Other than exposing the weakness of regulatory institutions, the recent spate of leaks seems to have failed to catch attention.
Sirajul Haq alleges government least interested in taking any action against the corrupt exposed by Pandora Papers.
The very composition of the cell under a federal minister raises questions about the credibility of the inquiry.
Minister criticises owners of media houses for “selective campaign” over Pandora Papers leaks.
Transparency advocates call on Britain to tighten the country’s defences against money laundering, tax avoidance.
NAB will handle cases of cabinet members, as opposition seeks their removal.
This is the first test case in this respect and it is hoped that the prime minister will do the right thing.
Formation of independent commission urged to probe Pandora Papers leaks.
Some 35 current and former leaders from across the world are featured in Pandora Papers.
The reports allege that King Abdullah II created a network of offshore companies to quietly purchase luxury residences.
Those named include top cabinet members, ministers, media moguls, relatives of army officers and powerful businessmen.
Others named are Peshawar Zalmi owner Javed Afridi, NBP president Arif Usmani, National Investment Trust Ltd's managing director.
The list also includes people currently in jail, former lawmakers, a former army officer of senior rank and a former law officer.
Party spokesperson condemns channel for wrongly mentioning Junaid Safdar’s name in its report on Pandora Papers.
ICIJ finds links between about 1,000 companies in offshore havens and 336 high-level politicians and public officials.
The documents contain no suggestion that Imran Khan himself owns offshore companies, says ICIJ.
More than a year was spent structuring, researching and analysing the more than 11.9 million records in the Pandora Papers leak.
Key members of PM Imran's "inner circle" and financial backers have secretly owned offshore firms holding hidden wealth: report.
"We expect this research will open new avenues of transparency and become another reason to discourage corruption," he says.
More than 600 reporters from around the world participated in the research for two years.