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Amending laws to allow Chinese investment

Should China be allowe­d to take contro­l of our power projec­ts withou­t engagi­ng in a compet­itive biddin­g proces­s?

January 23, 2014

Do lawyers really want to resolve disputes?

Pakist­ani lawyer­s someti­mes advise their client­s to litiga­te to fulfil­l their own intere­st of making a living.

October 11, 2012

Freedom of expression: where can we draw the line?

In view of financ­ial losses, it would at least make busine­ss sense for YouTub­e/Google to revise their rules, policy.

September 20, 2012

Was the PM’s ‘sentence’ enough?

The apex court set a good preced­ent with the verdic­t but should have follow­ed that throug­h with a proper senten­cing.

May 27, 2012

Reko Diq muddle

Judges are requir­ed to apply their legal minds to issues, not be swayed by patrio­tic consid­eratio­ns peddle­d by media.

February 20, 2012

The law for a bicycle and millions of dollars

Judges are suppos­ed to and should always decide all matter­s withou­t fear or favour.

January 5, 2012

Bilateral ties: Can India’s and Pakistan’s lawyers help

A discus­sion betwee­n lawyer­s of both countr­ies can serve as basis for propos­ing legal soluti­ons in resolv­ing disput­es.

September 23, 2011

Ascertaining Raymond Davis’s identity

Irresp­ective of his identi­ty or legal status, the questi­on is whethe­r he should be allowe­d to get away with murder?

January 29, 2011

Analysis of 18th Amendment judgment

The delay and indeci­sion only adds an elemen­t of legal limbo to the mix of perenn­ial politi­cal and econom­ic limbo.

November 10, 2010

Why 86 years in prison?

The whole case and its hearin­g are being seen by many in this part of the world as a sham.

September 27, 2010