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Pak-Turk Schools Case and Proposals for Regulating Supreme Court’s Powers Under A.184(3)

Pak-Turk Schools Case and Proposals for Regulating Supreme Court’s Powers Under A.184(3)

Pak-Turk Schools Case and Proposals for Regulating Supreme Court’s Powers Under A.184(3) [Download the Supreme Court’s judgment in the Pak-Turk Schools case here: SC Judgment – Pak Turk Schools] On the 13th of December,

Pakistan’s Case For Democracy

Pakistan’s Case For Democracy The American diplomat Richard Holbrooke pondered over a problem on an evening of September 1996 during the elections in Bosnia which were meant to restore civic life to

Turkish Coup Attempt And Pakistan

Turkish Coup Attempt And Pakistan Nations take time to achieve stability. The developed countries have taken centuries to reach where they are at the present moment. They are economically sound, political role

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Pakistan – Dependent or Independent?

Pakistan – Dependent or Independent? Over half a century ago, our forefathers gave their lives to the cause of a separate nation where the minorities of the subcontinent could live independently. Thus, eventually

Isolation And Isolationism

Isolation And Isolationism There is no denying the fact that the isolation of Pakistan internationally has significantly intensified in the last year and a half. The falling apart of the previous deal

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Iran, Saudi Arabia And ISIS

Iran, Saudi Arabia And ISIS The religion of Islam has been criticised for presenting a very autocratic power to the ruler under which a ruler of a Muslim state can rationalise extreme

Controversial Turkey Court Verdict on Religious Marriages

Turkey’s Constitutional Court’s verdict has allowed couples to be religiously married without legally binding civil formalities. This has been protested by human rights and women’s rights activists who fear that rights of