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Muhammad Imran

Judicial Accountability Begins At Home

Judicial Accountability Begins At Home  Ch. Muhammad Akram v Registrar Islamabad High Court (IHC) The Honorable Supreme Court of Pakistan, in a recent judgment titled Ch. Muhammad Akram v Registrar Islamabad High

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Collective Bargaining Agent And Donovan Commission Report – Part II

Collective Bargaining Agent And Donovan Commission Report – Part II Collective Bargaining and United States of America In American, Collective Bargaining Agent has a long history and it was not recognized until

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Collective Bargaining Agent And Donovan Commission Report – Part I

Collective Bargaining Agent And Donovan Commission Report – Part I The Dublin observed that CBA as “the great social invention that has institutionalized industrial conflict” and by Donovan Commission as “a right which

Pakistani Democracy Is Not Meant For The People

Pakistani Democracy Is Not Meant For The People Pakistani democracy, though it is ‘by’ the people, it is not meant ‘for’ the people. Actually, Pakistani democracy is exclusively for the ruling/elite class. When


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The Concept Of Good Governance In Modern World And Governance By Caliphs Of Islam – Part II

 The Concept Of Good Governance In Modern World And Governance By Caliphs Of Islam – Part II Good Governance and Human Rights Only good governance can ensure protection of Human Rights, otherwise


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The Concept of Good Governance in Modern World and Governance by Caliphs of Islam – Part I

The Concept of Good Governance in Modern World and Governance by Caliphs of Islam – Part I Abstract: The west through good governance has provided basic facilities to its peoples and thus improved the life


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Is The Doctrine Of “Separation Of Powers” Necessary For Smooth Functioning Of The State’s Affairs In This Modern Day Democracy? – Part II

Is The Doctrine Of “Separation Of Powers” Necessary For Smooth Functioning Of The State’s Affairs In This Modern Day Democracy? – Part II   Some Articles of US Constitution in support of


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Is the Doctrine of “Separation of Powers” Necessary For Smooth Functioning Of The State’s Affairs In This Modern Day Democracy? – Part I

Is the Doctrine of “Separation of Powers” Necessary For Smooth Functioning Of The State’s Affairs In This Modern Day Democracy?  – Part I Introduction: Lord Acton had rightly said that, “Power tends


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Basic Structure Theory – Part III

Difference between Constitutional Amendment and Ordinary Legislation The procedure and requirements of amending the Constitution and making an ordinary law is different. Therefore, an ordinary law if in violation of some of


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Basic Structure Theory – Part II

 Basic Structure Theory – Part II The Basic Structure Theory has long been debated in the judicial history of Pakistan from the famous case of Asma Jillani [1] to Wukla Mahaz Barai


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Basic structure Theory – Part I

 Basic structure Theory – Part I Abstract: There is no such academic theory of Basic Structure in the constitutional jurisprudence of Pakistan, unlike India. Supreme Court of Pakistan from the very beginning