Tax Corruption in Pakistan

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By

Zeeshan A. Shah

 

Never believe what you publish – Never Publish what you believe Unknown

 

In the case of Pakistan, we would have to disagree. It is one of the more corrupt countries in the world today, not because of the corruption index in place but because of the chronic diseased mindset of the people who thrive through pain, hunger, lack of shelter, lack of governance and lack of the will to take action against corruption. Continue reading “Tax Corruption in Pakistan”

To The Honorable Chief Justice Of Pakistan

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By

Imad Zafar

I am an ordinary citizen of this country. Like my million countrymen I am living to meet the needs of daily life for myself and my kids. My life is being spent in this country by watching different kinds of power circuses.

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Accountability: We Need To Get Rid Of Double Standards

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Imad Zafar

The Prime Minister’s family presented in front of a Joint Investigation Team and Imran Khan appearing before the Supreme Court; this is the news trending everywhere in Pakistan.

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GSP Plus for Sri Lanka: Testing EU’s commitments

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Thambu Kanagasabai

Under this scheme the European Union grants additional tariff reductions to developing countries for imports eligible to qualify for these duty concessions. This scheme, enjoyed by Sri Lanka until 2010, was suspended due to the ‘failure of Mahinda’s government to address reported human rights violations in the country”.

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