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The Concept Of Rule Of Law And Whether Pakistan Fulfills Its Requirements


Hashim Ali Gill

The Concept Of Rule Of Law And Whether Pakistan Fulfills Its Requirements

The Concept Of Rule Of Law And Whether Pakistan Fulfills Its Requirements The rule of law is a concept which is capable of different interpretations by different people. Of all constitutional concepts,

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Sara Gul Abbasi

Globalization And UN Human Rights System

Globalization and UN Human Rights System Globalization has indeed become a weighted word. It can mean many things, depending on the view you want to take of it. It is interesting to


Talha Rehman

Article 199 (Locus Standi) And Public Interest Litigation

Article 199 (Locus Standi) And Public Interest Litigation In today’s modernized world, where citizens already enjoy quite a few rights, there is a further increase in awareness among those citizens. The citizens,


Nain Tara

Corrective Measures For The Safeguard Of Transgenders

Corrective Measures For The Safeguard Of Transgenders “Equality not only implies preventing discrimination but goes beyond in remedying discrimination against groups suffering systematic discrimination in society. In concrete terms, it means embracing

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Waiza Rafique

Overprescription Of Antibiotics In Pakistan- A Legal Context

Overprescription Of Antibiotics In Pakistan- A Legal Context Antibiotics are kind of powerful anti-microbial[1] drugs which fight against bacterial infections. In Pakistan, the trend of prescribing antibiotics is rising day by day


Zafar Zulqarnain Sahi

Expected Verdict and the Doctrine of Necessity

Expected Verdict and the Doctrine of Necessity The three member special bench has concluded its proceedings and reserved its judgment in the Panama Papers case. The entire country is now engaged in


Usama Malik

International Criminal Court (ICC): The Impediments

International Criminal Court (ICC): The Impediments to ICC’s Efficient Working in Reprimanding Individuals for Crimes of Concern to the International Community Introduction At the time of the establishment of International Criminal Court there was


Ahmed Farooq

The Fallacy Of Mass Incarceration

The Fallacy Of Mass Incarceration The word ‘prison’ tends to paint a picture of the restraint of evil and wrongdoing within walls that represent the ultimate sanction of criminal justice in most