Tag Archives: Jurisdiction

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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

Let Justice Be Done Though The Heavens Fall

Let Justice Be Done Though The Heavens Fall Justice is a notion so pure that it is autonomous to the idiosyncrasies of emotions, affections and aspirations. The only objective of a court

Reforming The Justice System

Reforming The Justice System We have come a long way in the past two weeks, have we not? There were murmurs of chaos with financial analysts painting a bleak picture of the

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

The Supreme Court; Not A Trial Court

The Supreme Court; Not A Trial Court The Constitution of Pakistan grants three kinds of jurisdiction to the Supreme Court, namely, original jurisdiction under Article 184, appellate jurisdiction under Article 185 and