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  • Pro-Kurdish party may tip balance in Turkey polls

    MARDIN: The result is, admits Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) leader Selahattin Demirtas, balanced on a “knife-edge”...

    But the rise of his pro-Kurdish party means it could play the decisive role in determining the outcome of Turkey’s legislative elections
  • Interpol tip helps FIA ‘save’ boy

    LAHORE: A risky adventure of three Grade IX friends of Lahore alerted the International Police Organisation (Interpol) in Washington that sent an alert to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) here on Tuesday to save the life of a “kidnapped” boy...

    Suleman, 14, uploaded a video on social media application Snapchat of his friend Hasnain being bundled into the trunk of a car with his hands tied at the back and mouth taped
  • British agency's tip-off helped uncover Pakistan Super League scandal: ICC

    Britain's National Crime Agency provided the initial intelligence that helped uncover a major spot-fixing scandal in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), a leading official from world cricket's governing body said on Thursday...

    Sir Ronnie Flanagan, head of the International Cricket Council's anti-corruption and safety unit (ACSU) was speaking to reporters in Lahore after testifying in a case against opening batsman Sharjeel Khan, who has...
  • Tip-top England rout New Zealand to cruise into semis

    CARDIFF: Hosts England became the first team to qualify for the ICC Champions Trophy semi-finals after hammering New Zealand by 87 runs here at Sophia Gardens on Tuesday to stay top of Group ‘A’...

    Eoin Morgan’s side mastered tricky conditions to reinforce their credentials as tournament favourites with an excellent team performance in which everyone contributed
  • TIP asks premier to put on hold proposed ‘tax amnesty scheme’

    ISLAMABAD: The Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) has urged Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif not to allow the proposed tax amnesty scheme announced by Finance Minister Ishaq recently because “the move will amount to a ‘Financial NRO (National Reconciliation Ordinance)’ for tax evaders and big tax dodgers”...

    In a letter to the prime minister on Saturday, the TIP feared that “the scheme will discourage the honest, loyal and fully...

  • India kills three of 10 ‘terrorists’ after Pakistan tip-off

    NEW DELHI: Indian security forces have killed three of 10 alleged terrorists that were tipped off by Pakistan, reports said on Wednesday...

    The Hindu quoted a top home ministry official as saying that National Security Adviser of Pakistan Naseer Khan Janjua’s inputs over alleged infiltration of terrorists were correct
  • TIP asks CJ to take suo motu action on ‘financial NRO’

    ISLAMABAD: The Tran­sparency International Pakistan (TIP) has appealed to the chief justice of the Supreme Court to take suo motu action on what it called the ‘financial NRO’ introduced by the government in the form of two blanket tax amnesty schemes — voluntary tax registration and voluntary declaration of assets...

    TIP Adviser Syed Adil Gilani urged Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali to order appropriate action to ban such tax...

  • TIP calls for revenue regulatory authority

    ISLAMABAD: Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) on Friday called for setting up an independent Pakistan Revenue Regulatory Authority (PRRA) – which reports directly to the prime minister – for making laws for revenue generation...

    In its proposals for 2017-18 budget sent to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, TIP claimed that if its suggestions are followed, revenue collection would cross Rs10,000 billion in 2017-18 against Rs3,600bn...

  • TIP dropped from list of potential e-voting machine suppliers

    HARIPUR: The ministry of information technology has dropped the Telephone Industries of Pakistan (TIP), claiming to be the pioneer in developing the electronic voting machines (EVMs) in the country, from the list of potential suppliers, sources told Dawn...

    The TIP Haripur, a state-owned enterprise, had introduced the EVM in the country about a decade ago, but surprisingly the the IT ministry is ignoring it and is on the lookout for...

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