Towards the Establishment of Family Dispute Resolution Center in Pakistan
The researchers have articulated the developments of family dispute resolution in Pakistan and
highlighted issues pertaining to its legal framework and customary practices existing in the social and legal
system. The library used as a tool for data collection, and internet sources consulted in this research. Doctrinal
and qualitative methodologies used for this study and data analysis carried o ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Zeeshan Ashraf Qureshi Ph.D. Scholar, College of Law, Government and International Studies, Universiti Utara Malaysia.2-Hafiz Muhammad Usman Nawaz Assistant Professor, Department of Law, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan.3-Mirza Shahid Rizwan Baig Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Government College University, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan.
Family Dispute Resolution, Family Mediation, Local Government, Panchayat, Amicable Settlement, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Customary Practices
The Nexus between Fundamental Rights and Necessities of Life: A Case Study of Pakistan
The Constitution of Pakistan 1973 protects its citizens by guaranteeing some fundamental rights. It
is, however, a matter of great concern that these rights do not cover the "right to access the necessities of life like
access to clean water, food, clothing, shelter, and medicine etc". It, thus, leads imperfection of the constitutional
rights. Therefore, this study aims to highlight this gap by ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Naseem Razi Associate Professor, Faculty of Shari’ah and Law, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Rashida Zahoor Assistant Professor, Department of Law, University of Sahiwal, Sahiwal, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Ghulam Abbas Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Necessities of Life, Pakistan, Constitutional Rights, Conclusions and Recommendations
New Delhi's Pakistan Dilemma and the Indo-Pakistan Peace Process
Although many argue that since Modi took over, Indo-Pak peace became a mirage yet, this paired
minority conflict started in 1947. At present, any discussion in the west on India-Pakistan relations implicates
Pakistan for all the wrongs with the relationship. What is missing from this narrative is the lack of a clear
Indian position and policy towards Pakistan. What is New Delhi's Pakistan polic ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Rizwan Zeb Associate Professor and DS Research, Department of War Wing, Air War College Institute (AWCI), Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.2-Shahbaz Ahmed Shahzad Independent Security Analyst with Expertise in South Asian Strategic Stability Affairs.3-Muhammad Alam Demonstrator, Department of Political Science, University of Buner, KP, Pakistan.
India, Pakistan, Peace Process, South Asian Security, India-Pakistan Relations