Tag Archives: accountability

Where Is My Right To Health?

Where Is My Right To Health? As members of the human society, we are conscious about our health and the health of those we care about. We consider health to be an

Transparency In Judicial Appointments

Transparency In Judicial Appointments “Quis custodiet ipsos custodies?”  This is a satirical query posed by poet-philosopher Juvenal in Ancient Rome which literally means, “Who will guard the guards? ” In our jurisprudence,

The Writ is Up For Grabs

The Writ is Up For Grabs When state gets into the habit of surrendering its writ, several claimants begin to emerge from within itself. Chunk by chunk the writ is torn apart

The Problem With Pakistani Police

The Problem With Pakistani Police The idea behind writing this article is to highlight the problems prevailing in the police system of Pakistan, the root causes of these problems and the measures

Qandeel Baloch – Awaiting Justice

Qandeel Baloch – Awaiting Justice Murderers of Qandeel Baloch were recently pardoned by her parents again for the second time since the case had opened. Pardoning and forgiving criminals is so common

A Judge – To Be Or Not To Be

A Judge – To Be Or Not To Be In a recent article titled “Silencing The Judiciary?” published on CourtingTheLaw.com[1], a very robust view had been offered by a fellow author in

Silencing The Judiciary?

Silencing The Judiciary? “All the rights secured to the citizen under the Constitution are worth nothing, and a mere bubble, except guaranteed to them by an independent and virtuous judiciary.” – Sir

Transparency in Judicial Appointment

Transparency in Judicial Appointment The Chief Justice of Pakistan, Asif Saeed Khan Khosa, convened a meeting of the Judicial Commission of Pakistan on April 4, 2019. The Commission, among other things, nominated

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,