Tag Archives: Sindh

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

Jirga’s Antidote Is Fair For A Functional Justice System

Jirga’s Antidote Is Fair For A Functional Justice System In the absence of a fair and functional judicial system that can uphold the rule of law, Pakistani citizens are at the mercy

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Sindh Assembly Approves Hindu Marriage Bill

Sindh Assembly Approves Hindu Marriage Bill For the first time in the country’s history, marriage laws for millions of Hindus living in Sindh have been codified after the Sindh Assembly approved the

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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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Protection of Women’s Rights in Pakistan – A Practitioner’s Perspective

Protection of Women’s Rights in Pakistan – A Practitioner’s Perspective I was invited to speak briefly at a seminar organized by the Law and Politics Society, in collaboration with the recently launched

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Anoosha Shaigan

PILDAT Legislative Brief on the Right To Information Bill 2014

PILDAT Legislative Brief on the Right To Information Bill 2014 This brief has been originally published by the Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development And Transparency (PILDAT) and can be accessed at: http://www.pildat.org/Publications/publication/FOI/LB_TheRighttoInformationBill2014.pdf