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The Dilemma Of Labour Laws In Sindh

The Dilemma Of Labour Laws In Sindh The 18th Constitutional Amendment was passed in April 2010 with the aim of providing more autonomy to the provincial governments of Pakistan. This change received confidence

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Javeria Younes

Labour Day: A Meaningless Day For The Majority In Pakistan

Labour Day: A Meaningless Day For The Majority In Pakistan Labour Day in Pakistan oxymoronic because the day is just another holiday for the better-offs in Pakistan while the labour class toils

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Syed Ali Naveed Arshad

Master & Servant

Master & Servant With a projected population of 191.71 million people, Pakistan is often ranked as the sixth most populous country in the world. According to official sources, 60% of the total

Lahore High Court’s Verdict: Domestic Workers’ Rights and International Law

Lahore High Court’s Verdict: Domestic Workers’ Rights and International Law Recently the honourable Lahore High Court gave its verdict that there  must be legislative measures adopted by the provincial government of Punjab

Govt Told To Legislate For Minimum Wages Enforcement

Govt Told To Legislate For Minimum Wages Enforcement The Lahore High Court has directed the Government of Punjab to make legislation to implement the Minimum Wages Act 1961 for domestic workers. Justice

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Nikhat S Khan

Favourable Limited Contract – Under New Labour Rules UAE (Effective From 2016)

Favourable Limited Contract – Under New Labour Rules UAE (Effective From 2016) Based on the article published by Emirates 24/7 on “New Labour Rules: How employee services can be terminated in UAE – Rules


Taha Abdus Samad

Can Forced Labour of Immigrant Workers in the Middle East be Regarded as Slavery?

Can Forced Labour of Immigrant Workers in the Middle East be Regarded as Slavery? When most people think of slavery, they instinctively think of colonialized Africa or the discrimination faced by the