KARACHI -- Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) has rejected the revised tax stamps proposal advertised by Federal Board of Revenue, terming it as biased towards a particular firm.
What does TI stand for?
TI stands for Transparency International
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- Training Instructor (US DoD)
- Training Integrator (various companies)
- Transaction Identifier (telecommunications)
- Transactional Interpretation
- Transfer Impedance
- Transfusion Independence (blood transfusions)
- Transistorized Ignition
- Transition Initialization
- Transmission Identification
- Transmission Identification/Identifier
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Transparency International has been invited to monitor and evaluate the efforts of the organization regarding induction of Human Resources purely on merit, says a statement issued by the CDNS here.
Transparency International has also questioned why so few details have emerged about the reasons for the lifetime ban imposed on former presidential candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam.
A growing outcry over corrupt governments forced several leaders from office last year, but as the dust has cleared it has become apparent that the levels of bribery, abuse of power and secret dealings are still very high in many countries," Transparency International said in a statement.
Transparency International creates its rankings by the collection of data from independent groups that monitor governance and are vetted for quality and consistency.
Islamabad, Apr 3( ANI ): Transparency International has sought the support of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for the inclusion of independent directors on the International Cricket Council (ICC) board.
According to, executive director of Transparency International in India.
The launch ceremony was attended by a number of international figures namely the UN Secretary- General Ban Ki-moon, President of the International Anti-Corruption Academy Martin Kreutner, Deputy Chairperson of Yemen Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption Dr Bilkis Abu Osba and Anti-Corruption Commissioner of the Amman Coalition and Representative of the Transparency International Chapters in Arab Countries Dr Azmi Shuaibi.