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Pakistan: A Permanent Building Or A Tent

Pakistan: A Permanent Building Or A Tent

Pakistan: A Permanent Building Or A Tent The last Viceroy of British India, Lord Mountbatten in a brutally blunt metaphor, stated: “administratively it was the difference between putting up a permanent building,


Shah Nawaz Mohal

Service Of Process: An Archaic, Obsolete System In Need Of Reform

Service Of Process: An Archaic, Obsolete System In Need Of Reform – Experts say 25 per cent delays in delivery of justice are caused because of corrupt process servers and inefficient system. In

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Dr Usman Hameed

Call For Developing Skills In ADR Techniques

Call For Developing Skills In ADR Techniques Borrowing from the quote of The Planet, ‘no serious accomplishment can be achieved unless a pattern is broken’, be it the pattern of living in

Local Government Secretary Summoned For Not Filing Reply Over Involvement Of Legislators In Public Companies

Local Government Secretary Summoned For Not Filing Reply Over Involvement Of Legislators In Public Companies The Lahore High Court has expressed displeasure on the Secretary of the Local Government for not filing


Sheraz Zaka

Reference Against MQM: Fear Of “Becoming Controversial” – Lahore High Court’s Verdict

Reference Against MQM: Fear Of “Becoming Controversial” – Lahore High Court’s Verdict On 10 March, 2016, the honourable Lahore High Court, on the basis of factual controversy, dismissed an intra-court appeal, filed

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Zafar Zulqarnain Sahi

Private Schools-Parents-State: The Hate Triangle

Private Schools-Parents-State: The Hate Triangle Recent events have changed the way a student looks at his/her educational institution. The parent-school tussle does not have a party that is entirely wrong. Strong emotions