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NAB Law and the Bones of Contention


Umar Riaz

NAB Law and the Bones of Contention

NAB Law and the Bones of Contention Background The word anti-corruption predates the making of the country. The first law to address it, known as the Prevention of Corruption of Act 1947,


Abdullah Mohammad

Flaws in the National Accountability Ordinance (Xviii of 1999)

Flaws in the National Accountability Ordinance (Ordinance Number Xviii of 1999) – Scrutiny and Analysis Before we dive into the intricacies of the dreaded Ordinance, we must understand its historical inception. This


Kamran Adil

Police Reforms Through The Law and Justice Commission Of Pakistan

Police Reforms Through The Law and Justice Commission Of Pakistan The talk about the justice sector’s reform in Pakistan is often apocryphal and the reason for it is clear: it does not


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The #MeToo Movement Sets Precedent In Combating Sexual Harassment

The #MeToo Movement Sets Precedent In Combating Sexual Harassment “In a society in which equality is a fact, not merely a word, words of racial or sexual assault and humiliation will be

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Kamran Adil

Making Punjab Safe City Authority Smarter

Making Punjab Safe City Authority Smarter As a general observation, technological innovation in the public sector in Pakistan does not sustain well. The reason is that at the time of the inception


Shahid Bhatti

Preferred Accounting Approach To Ascertain Accrued Salary Not Considered In Panama Case

Preferred Accounting Approach To Ascertain Accrued Salary Not Considered In Panama Case A lot can be said by many, for and against the judgment passed by Supreme Court, on the Review Petitions


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Legal Trail of Hudabiya Case

Legal Trail of Hudabiya Case The members of ‘House of Sharifs’, facing inquiries by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and trials before the Accountability Court for alleged corruption, abuse of public funds,

A Good Police Service Is The State’s Best Bet Against Crime

A Good Police Service Is The State’s Best Bet Against Crime An effective, well-functioning and self-disciplined police service is mandatory for the countering insurgency and terrorism in any country. Unfortunately, for many

Law

Duty Of The Advocates To Rule Of Law

Duty Of The Advocates To Rule Of Law “… The rule of law depends upon public confidence and public acceptance of the judicial system; therefore, anything which tends to undermine that confidence