Tag Archives: provincial autonomy

18th Amendment: Shift Of Power From Center Or Mirage For Provincial Autonomy?

Is 18th Amendment A Manifestation Of Shift Of Power From Center To Provinces Or Just A Mirage For Those Who Yearn Provincial Autonomy? 2010 marked structural reform of the Pakistani state as the


Rina Saeed Khan

Pakistan Passes Climate Change Act, Reviving Hopes – And Skepticism

Pakistan Passes Climate Change Act, Reviving Hopes – And Skepticism Pakistan’s Parliament has passed a Climate Change Bill that officials promise “will fast-track measures needed to implement actions on the ground” in


Dr Shahbaz Ahmad Cheema

Appointment Of Vice Chancellors In Public Sector Universities

Appointment Of Vice Chancellors In Public Sector Universities The significance of visionary leadership as vice chancellors in higher education institutions can never be overstated. Such leadership shapes the future and destiny of

Our Environment: The Elephant In The Room

Our Environment: The Elephant In The Room In Pakistan, you will often find a lot of discussion and interest for topics such as crime, corruption scandals of various politicians, or even why

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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Muhammad Ali Jafri

Quo Warranto? Deployment Of Paramilitary Forces

Quo Warranto? Deployment Of Paramilitary Forces Pakistan Rangers got its modern name in 1971, dating back to pre-partition time in 1943 this unit was called Sindh Rifles; after partition the force was

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Democracy: Fact Or Fiction

Democracy: Fact Or Fiction So we are back to “saving democracy”. You may once have thought that accountability was a significant component of democracy, but apparently you were wrong, it is actually