Tag Archives: CrPC

Countering Terrorism: Legal Challenges

Countering Terrorism: Legal Challenges Although Pakistan’s military operations against terrorism have been remarkable from a military standpoint, overlapping laws, poorly drafted legislation and troubled court system has proved to diminish their success. The

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Federal Legislation In 2016

Federal Legislation In 2016 In the year 2016, the National Assembly passed 51 Acts but the Majlis-e-Shura (Parliament) altogether passed just seven, out of which two were new laws and five were amendments


Syed Junaid Arshad

Criminal Justice System In Pakistan: A Critical Analysis

Criminal Justice System In Pakistan: A Critical Analysis Executive Summary The Criminal Justice System in Pakistan comprises of five components i.e. the police, judiciary, prisons, prosecution, probation and parole. This study discusses


Mian Nairab Khurshid

Dilemma Of The Pakistani Legal System

Dilemma Of The Pakistani Legal System “All existing laws shall be brought in conformity with the injunctions of Islam as laid down in the Holy Quran and Sunnah, in this Part referred


Amnah Mohasin

Pakistan’s Grim Tales Of Custodial Torture And Coerced Confessions

Pakistan’s Grim Tales Of Custodial Torture And Coerced Confessions Did Aftab Ahmed’s death bring custodial torture into the limelight or did a can of worms just open up in Pakistan? What puzzles

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Asfandyar Khan Tareen

Constitutional Mandate Of The Federal Shariat Court

Constitutional Mandate Of The Federal Shariat Court The Federal Shariat Court (FSC) was established under the Presidential Order No.1 of 1980, incorporated as Chapter 3A of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic

Domestic Violence In Pakistan: Is Legislation Available?

Domestic Violence In Pakistan: Is Legislation Available? One out of every five women, experiences some sort of domestic violence in her life time around the globe. Domestic violence can be described as