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No blacklisting for Pakistan at FATF again: Implications and way forward [Video]

No blacklisting for Pakistan at FATF again: Implications and way forward

Pakistan is likely to escape FATF blacklisting and stay on the grey list yet again. FATF has asked Pakistan to firm up laws against terror financing.

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 09:26Published
FATF sub group wants Pak on grey list, what will be the final decision? | OneIndia News [Video]

FATF sub group wants Pak on grey list, what will be the final decision? | OneIndia News

FATF Sub group has recommended that Pakistan must stay in the FATF grey list as it has failed to comply with all the 27 points by the FATf. India has been pushing for Pakistan to be put on the FATF..

Credit: Oneindia     Duration: 06:52Published
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Donald Trump calls Modi 'friend', but 'not treated very well by India' | OneIndia News

Donald Trump dissatisfied with 'tariff king' India; Govt to give Election Commission power to link Aadhaar card with voter ID; Key group seeks to keep Pakistan on FATF grey list; First meeting of Ram..

Credit: Oneindia     Duration: 03:05Published
Sources: Pakistan to stay on FATF grey list, escapes new sanctions| OneIndia News [Video]

Sources: Pakistan to stay on FATF grey list, escapes new sanctions| OneIndia News

PAK STAYS ON FATF GREY LIST. GAUHATI HC SAYS THAT LAND, BANK PAPERS CAN'T BE USED AS CITIZENSHIP PROOF. RAKESH MARIA SAYS LET PLANNED TO PROJECT 26/11 ATTACK AS HINDU TERROR.

Credit: Oneindia     Duration: 03:23Published
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Kejriwal takes oath for 3rd time as Delhi Chief Minister| OneIndia News

Arvind Kejriwal takes oath as Delhi CM; PM Modi inaugurates projects in Varanasi; Shaheen Bagh protesters to meet Amit Shah soon?; Pakistan likely to remain on FATF grey list; New Jamia footage shows..

Credit: Oneindia     Duration: 03:26Published

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