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Call a Spade a Spade – Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), NRC and NPR

Call a Spade a Spade – Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), NRC and NPR

Call a Spade a Spade – Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), NRC and NPR The controversy surrounding India’s Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is not ready to quench just yet. With the passage of

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Salman Ahmad Maan

Anticipatory Bail – An Extraordinary Judicial Intervention?

Anticipatory Bail – An Extraordinary Judicial Intervention? On 14th March 2020, an order of the Supreme Court of Pakistan was widely reported with a claim that there was no room for pre-arrest


Myra Khan

Force Majeure: Effect of Coronavirus on Performance of Contracts

Force Majeure: Effect of Coronavirus on Performance of Contracts The coronavirus has taken the demand-and-supply balance of the world by storm and continues to cripple businesses and economies that are struggling to

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Definition of “Evidence” Under Article 2 of Qanun-e-Shahadat Order 1984

Scope of Definition of “Evidence” Under Article 2 of Qanun-e-Shahadat Order, 1984 Article 2(1)(c) of the Qanun-e-Shahadat Order (QSO) 1984 defines “evidence” in the following words: “All statements which the court permits or requires to


Ramsha Shahid

Life Imprisonment: A Way Forward

Life Imprisonment: A Way Forward Liberty is the lifeline of every human being. Life without liberty is ‘lasting’ but not ‘living’. Freedom of all kinds is considered as one of the most


Syed Vijdan Tahir

The Case For Kashmir

The Case For Kashmir Amidst radio silence and increased military mobilisation by Indian troops within Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), the fears of many across the subcontinent were confirmed when news broke about

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Nothing More Than “Review and Reconsideration”

Nothing More Than “Review and Reconsideration” The International Court of Justice (ICJ), hours ago, pronounced an eagerly awaited verdict in the Jadhav Case (India versus Pakistan) dated 17.06.2019 and while the executive and certain factions

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The Case That Shook India: Indira Gandhi vs Raj Narain

The Case That Shook India: Indira Gandhi vs Raj Narain There is no denying the fact that Indian courts have contributed more towards the development of law, doctrines and jurisprudence as compared

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Riffat Butt

Kulbhushan, ICJ and Pakistan – Jurisdiction and Jurisprudence

Kulbhushan, ICJ and Pakistan – Jurisdiction and Jurisprudence The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in Hague has begun oral proceedings in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case between India and Pakistan. The ICJ had already

The Brett Kavanaugh Saga – Victory of One, Defeat of Many

The Brett Kavanaugh Saga – Victory of One, Defeat of Many On the 6th of October, 2018, US President Donald Trump’s “great” judicial nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his supporters celebrated a victory,

Public Transportation Safety – Should Taxis Have Panic Buttons?

Public Transportation Safety – Should Taxis Have Panic Buttons? The backseat of a taxi has long been a haven for the weary or hurried, offering a moment of peace before climbing back

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  “Digital freedom stops where that of users begins… Nowadays, digital evolution must no longer be a customer trade-off between privacy and security.” ― Stephane Nappo Whether you are in a coffee


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The Need To Develop Constitutional Torts In Pakistan

The Need To Develop Constitutional Torts In Pakistan Abstract: Tortious claims are private law civil remedies availed by those who suffer harm and seek compensation. Over time and across the world, public law


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Law of Liquidated Damages in Contracts: Under Contract Act 1872 and Case Law

Law of Liquidated Damages in Contracts: Under Contract Act 1872 and Case Law The history of contracts and promises dates back to the ancient Greek and Roman era when people used to