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 - View Fulltext
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 - View Fulltext
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 - View Fulltext
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
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and ownership. This is unlawful Mon, that is, illegal Mon. If not, Mon will lose his one-of-a-kind character. The
importance of Interpol was gotten by UNO on General get together 1995. May convey a huge load of learning
results. Cheats, insider trades, pay off and different fakes will impact cou ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-M. Qadeer University of the Punjab, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Shabnam Gul Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, Lahore College for Women University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Muhammad Faizan Asghar MPhil, Peace & Counter Terrorism Studies, Minhaj University Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Money Laundering, Debasements, Drug Dealing, Carrying
The scientific knowledge and skills are the result of sophisticated methods where the liability of courts
and investigation process has been increased during the last couple of decades. The use of technology and
different other similar modern methods are helpful in the detection of offenders, and it is the revolutionary
evaluation of investigation techniques. Since the offenders are also using ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-Muhammad Usman PhD Scholar, Department of Law, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan. 2-Hafiz Aziz ur Rehman Assistant Professor, Department of Law, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Modern Technology, Scientific Knowledge, Courts, DNA Profiling, Criminality
Analytical Exposition of 'Right to Life' with Reference to Judicial Decisions in Pakistan and India
The right to life is an integral right which basically is a necessary requisite to enjoy other rights. This
paper begins with an overview of the basic and essential right in which the meaning of life is analyzed and then
focuses on how the right to life gains importance in every legislative document and world's perspective to enhance
its scope and also its application. On the one hand, this pap ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-Sunbal Islam Chaudhary Phd Scholar, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. 2-Bakhtawar Manzoor Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Central Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Gul Sher Butt Phd Scholar, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia.
Euthanasia and India, Fundamental Rights, Judicial Activism, Right to Quality of Life, Right to Die
Affirmative Action in the Forensic Arena: Pakistan's Perspective
Being a weaker stratum of society, special measures should be taken to protect women and
children. It is a basic obligation of all and sundry to safeguard and uplift women and children, but in the Courts
of Law, they are the least protected. When the stage of realization of the basic rights comes, the Courts treat
them like chattels on one pretext or other, especially on the ground of judicial ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-Mumtaz Ali PhD (Law) Scholar, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. 2-Aziz-ur-Rehman Associate Professor of Law, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Broadcast Media, Regulation and Freedom of Expression in Pakistan
Regulation is an important aspect of the freedom of expression of broadcast media. However, in
Pakistan, it is purported that broadcast media is heavily regulated, and there is very little space for freedom
of expression on broadcast media. This short article examines this contention of heavy regulation by analyzing
the regulatory system of broadcast media in Pakistan. The doctrinal legal resea ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-Yasir Aleem Lecturer, College of Law, University of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Muhammad Arif Saeed Lecturer, Department of Law, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Muhammad Umar Farooq Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Punjab, Pakistan.
Broadcast Media, Freedom of Expression, Regulation
Investigative Process as Check on the Corporate Mismanagement
A lot of changes have been made in all departments of Pakistan as well as at the worldwide level, and such changes were necessary to be made for the smooth growth of departments and development of countries which ensured not only a good and trustworthy atmosphere but also improved the financial status of many countries. All these changes and developments were possible only with the participation o ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-Usman Hameed Director, Department of Law, University of Management and Technology, Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.2-Abida Hassan Assistant Professor, Department of Law, University of South Asia, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Mahwish Mubeen Lecturer, National Law College, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Investigative Process, Regulate, Corporate, Mismanagement, Company
Implications of Reforms for Erstwhile FATA: A Critical Analysis
The FATA reform process is not a one-time exercise that could be completed through certain legal and administrative action but is a multi-dimensional process with short, medium and longer-term dimensions. The government has set up an 11-member task force to speed up the implementation process and pay special attention to the proposed legal reforms, FATA’s development and the security mainstreami ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-Muhammad Nasrullah PhD Scholar, Department of Political Science, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, KP, Pakistan.2-Manzoor Ahmad Associate Professor/Chairman, Department of Political Science, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, KP, Pakistan.
FATA Reforms, FCR, Political Implications, Social Implications, Governance Issues
Rights of Transgender Persons: An Analytical Study of Sharia
Transgender persons are found in almost every society; these people were present in Medina state and had been found in Arab cities and societies even before Islam. In Arab societies, they were treated as slaves, and it was their only status at that time in those societies. Comparative research has been done in this article on how different societies, civilizations and cultures of the world conside ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-Fozia Naseem Assistant Professor, College of Law, Government College University Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Muhammad Hamzah Lecturer, College of Law, University of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Syed Muhammad Najam Ameer Shah Lecturer, College of Law, Government College University Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan.
Transgender, Guardians of Harem, Curse of The God, Medical Disability
Child Protection in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: A Brief Review of the Child Protection and Welfare Act, 2010
Child protection is the prevention and response to child violence and abuse, including illegal child
engagement in labor, within and outside the country trafficking, sexual abuse of children and child rights
violation due to customary laws. The Pakistani state adopted and is the signatory to various international
documents and instruments. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government in the year 2010 pass ...Read More - Download PDF - View Fulltext
1-Hussain Ali Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, KP, Pakistan.2-Ashraf Ali Chairman/Associate Professor, Department of Law, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, KP, Pakistan.3-Muzammil Shah Superintendent, Department of Law, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, KP, Pakistan.
Child, Protection, Welfare, Sexual Abuse, Trafficking, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Assessing the Efficacy of the Concept of Judicial Accountability Through the Lens of the Constitution of Pakistan
Superior Courts judges are expected to have a higher standard of conduct. It is necessary for the judiciary as an institution, to maintain its probity and independence. The proposition that the Superior Court Judge is only responsible for his conduct and not that of his independent wife and children. This study makes clear that Judges are supposed to know the interests of members of their families ...Read More - Download PDF
1-Muhammad Hassan Zia Assistant Professor, Department of Law, University of the Punjab, Gujranwala Campus, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Salman Naseer Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology, University of the Punjab, Gujranwala Campus, Punjab, Pakistan3-Faizan Dar Advocate, Hight Court Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Judiciary, Independence, Constitution, President, and Accountability