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Jaishankar Sheds Diplomatic Restraint, Takes Tough Stand Against Pakistan

Jul 20, 2021 Seema Guha

FATF President Dr. Marcus Pleyer had said, 'Pakistan has made significant progress and it has largely addressed 26 out of 27 items on the action plan it first committed to in June 2018'

Pak Remains On FATF's 'Grey List' Amid Deficiency In Checking Terror-Financing

Feb 26, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

'Serious deficiency on the part of Pakistan in checking terror-financing and it is yet to demonstrate taking action against the UN-designated terrorists and their associates', says FATF


Pakistan Admits To Sheltering Dawood Ibrahim As It Imposes Financial Sanctions To Avoid FATF Blacklisting

Pakistan admitted that Dawood Ibrahim was present on its soil after it imposed financial sanctions on 88 banned terror groups and their leaders. Underworld don Ibrahim's name also figured in the list.

Pakistan Stays In FATF 'Grey List'; Warned Of Action If It Fails To Check Terror Funding

Feb 21, 2020 PTI

The decision has been taken at the Financial Action Task Force's plenary in Paris.


Pakistan Unlikely To Be Put On FATF 'Blacklist' Despite Failing To Implement Agreed Action Plan

The hype notwithstanding, Pakistan is unlikely to be put in the “blacklist” of the Financial Action Task Force in the foreseeable future, writes Pranay Sharma.

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18 February, 2020

FATF To Review Pakistan's Efforts To Fight Terror Financing Today

ANI

More than 800 representatives from 205 countries and jurisdictions around the world will take part in the meeting.


13 February, 2020

As Pakistan Jails Hafiz Saeed Ahead Of FATF Meet, India Questions 'Efficacy'

Outlook Web Bureau

Saeed was sentenced to 11 years in prison by an Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) in Lahore on Wednesday.


17 November, 2019

EU Offers Technical Assistance To Pakistan For FATF Action Plan Implementation

PTI

Global terror financing watchdog FATF last month retained Pakistan on its 'Grey List' till February next year for its failure to take adequate action against terror financing.


02 November, 2019

Pak Govt 'Failed To Significantly Limit' Terror Outfits From Fundraising, Recruiting: US

Outlook Web Bureau

The major terrorist groups that focused on conducting attacks in Pakistan included Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Jamaat-ul Abrar (JuA), Islamic State’s Khorasan Province (ISIS-K), and the sectarian group Lashkar-eJhangvi al-Alami (LJA).


25 October, 2019

FATF May Give Pakistan Chance To Save Itself From Brink

There is a lot of misunderstanding in India about FATF. It is not a legally empowered international body to impose sanctions like the UN Security Council or the European Union.


21 October, 2019

Why Pakistan Continues To Struggle To Get Its Name Off Grey List

Aakar Patel

The FATF had wanted Pakistan to continue 'demonstrating that authorities are identifying cash couriers and enforcing controls on illicit movement of currency and understanding the risk of cash couriers being used for terror financing.'


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19 October, 2019

'To Be On Grey List A Setback': Bipin Rawat Says Pakistan Needs To Deliver On FATF Action Plan

Outlook Web Bureau

The pressure is on Pakistan to deliver and they have to take action, Army chief Bipin Rawat said.


18 October, 2019

Pakistan Gets 4 Months To Act Against Terror Funding, Escapes FATF 'Black List'

Outlook Web Bureau

The FATF has asked Pakistan to swiftly complete its full action plan by February 2020 or face action.


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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