Tag Archives: Jurisdiction


Zafar Zulqarnain Sahi

Expected Verdict and the Doctrine of Necessity

Expected Verdict and the Doctrine of Necessity The three member special bench has concluded its proceedings and reserved its judgment in the Panama Papers case. The entire country is now engaged in

Why I Disagree With The Analysis Of Ex-Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry Regarding The Jadhav Case (India V. Pakistan)

Why I Disagree With The Analysis Of Ex-Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry Regarding The Jadhav Case (India V. Pakistan) This past week, after the order on the indication of provisional measures delivered by


Taimur Malik

‘Pakistan Didn’t Fail': 5 Things You Should Know About ICJ’s Decision On Jadhav

‘Pakistan Didn’t Fail': 5 Things You Should Know About ICJ’s Decision On Jadhav The International Court of Justice (ICJ) announced its decision in relation to India’s Request for the Indication of Provisional


Oves Anwar

Understanding the Jadhav Case at the International Court of Justice (India v. Pakistan)

Understanding the Jadhav Case at the International Court of Justice (India v. Pakistan) Both India and Pakistan recently presented oral arguments on provisional measures before the ICJ in the Jadhav Case (India


Daud Aziz Khokhar

Legal Propositions In Jadhav’s Case In ICJ

Legal Propositions In Jadhav’s Case In ICJ The government has been rendering clarifications for last few days with respect to the legal strategy adopted in Jadhav’s case before the International Court of


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ICJ’s (Lack of) Jurisdiction in Jadhav’s Case

ICJ’s (Lack of) Jurisdiction in Jadhav’s Case The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has initiated proceedings to determine whether ICJ has jurisdiction to adjudicate a matter referred to it by India relating


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International Court of Justice’s Limited Jurisdiction

International Court of Justice’s Limited Jurisdiction India has approached the International Court of Justice (ICJ) seeking to stay the execution of Kulbhushan Jadhav. India has raised its claims before the court under

International Criminal Court: An Effective Guarantee For Justice

International Criminal Court: An Effective Guarantee For Justice Is there any order and justice in this world? While this might be an expression of prosaism, it’s still justifiable. When we read the

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Ayesha Klair

Imperial Black Law Which Continues To Plague The Tribal Areas Of Pakistan

Imperial Black Law Which Continues To Plague The Tribal Areas Of Pakistan Introduction and Historical Background Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) is a law governing the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan. Tribal

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Daniyal Hassan

Has Article 2(4) Of The UN Charter Become Redundant In The 21st Century?

Has Article 2(4) Of The UN Charter Become Redundant In The 21st Century? The principle of non-intervention in international relations is indeed deep-rooted. It would be difficult, if not impossible for there to be