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Pakistan Vs India At The ICJ

Pakistan Vs India at the ICJ Apart from adding a fresh dimension to the ceaseless conflict between Pakistan and India that was hitherto waged through media, military and diplomatic means, the Yadhav

Update On The Jhadav Case

Update on the Jhadav case Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria recently reported that India’s Foreign Ministry had earlier confirmed submitting its pleadings to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) with regard to

The Mirage of Binding ICJ Judgments

The Mirage of Binding ICJ Judgments A few days ago, Harish Salve, India’s lead counsel on Commander Kulbushan Jadhav’s case at the International Court of Justice, said that the ICJ’s interim order

India’s Naïvety On Kulbhushan’s Case

India’s Naïvety On Kulbhushan’s Case Article 36 of the Statute of  ICJ clearly specifies that the Court has jurisdiction only on the basis of ‘consent’. India in an all-out effort to rescue

India Claims Return Of The £100m Diamond Koh-i-Noor

India Claims Return Of The £100m Diamond Koh-i-Noor The Kohi-i-Noor which was once the world’s largest-known diamond, worth a reported £100m and weighing 105 carats, is currently part of Britain’s crown jewels, in the Queen

Pakistan’s Nuclear Assets On ICJ’s Radar

Pakistan’s Nuclear Assets On ICJ’s Radar The issue of weapons of mass destruction has always been a controversial one in the comity of nations. This has recently been brought to the limelight