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    David Hicks an Australian formerly detained in Guantanamo Bay as a terrorist recently said he was pleased the authorities seemed to have concluded that his conviction at Guantanamo was ‘unfair’ and ‘obtained through duress’. He said ‘I feel like this acknowledges Guantanamo Bay and everyth...
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  • Crime and Law and Application
    -Crime and law------------------------ oals In the United States, criminal justice policy has been guided by the 1967 President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, which issued a ground-breaking report "The Challenge of Crime in a Free Society". This report made more tha...
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    By Chaudhry Faisal Hussain | 12/26/2012 12:00:00 AM THE registrar of the Supreme Court of Pakistan has flatly refused to appear before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and also to provide details of the expenditures charged on the public fund by the Supreme Court of Pakistan. To counter the...
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  • Madrasa System in Pakistan
    Zahid Shahab Ahmed: Madarsa Peace Prints: South Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, Vol. 2, No. 1: Autumn 2009 MADRASA EDUCATION IN THE PAKISTANI CONTEXT: CHALLENGES, REFORMS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS Zahid Shahab Ahmed Abstract Educational institutions in Pakistan function under three separate syste...
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  • Why Democracy Fail in Pakistan
    “Why democratic system is weak in Pakistan: Causes and Solutions” . Executive Summary – Pakistan has been in quest for stable democratic system from its very inception.The process of its democratization has been slow and passive. Its nature has remained fragile. It has been showing high vuln...
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  • Authoritarianism in Pakistan
    Authoritarianism in Pakistan | Bilal Ahmed3/2/2013 | Authoritarianism in Pakistan Taimur-ul-Hassan1 Abstract Pakistan has remained under both de facto and de jure authoritarian rule for the most part of its existence. It has led to a weakening of institutions, including the media, w...
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  • Good Governance Is Key to Solving Pakistan’s Energy Crisis
    Good Governance is Key to Solving Pakistan’s Energy Crisis By Majyd Aziz In Pakistan’s energy scenario, the chickens have, literally, come home to roost. Years of indecisiveness coupled with the hackneyed assertions that Pakistan has more electricity than required has manifested into a situa...
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  • Pakistan Ordinance, Freedom of Information Ordinance and the Registeration Ordiance 2002
    MEMORANDUM on Press Council of Pakistan Ordinance, 2002 and Press, Newspapers, News Agencies and Books Registration Ordinance, 2002 1. Introduction This Memorandum analyses the Press Council of Pakistan Ordinance, 2002 (Press Council Ordinance), the Pakistan Press, Newspapers, News Agencies and...
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  • Baseline Research on Executive Education in Pakistan
    PROJECT REPORT BASELINE RESEARCH ON EXECUTIVE EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN By Dr Pervez Tahir Dr Nadia Saleem Ms Saima Bashir December, 2009 GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS NETWORK INTERNATIONAL House 21, Street 56, Sector F-6/4, Islamabad-44000, Tel: +92 51 2876511-12 Fax: +92 51 2876514 mail@gi...
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  • Law Commission Report
    GOVERNMENT OF INDIA LAW COMMISSION OF INDIA Humanization and Decriminalization of Attempt to Suicide Report No. 210 OCTOBER 2008 LAW COMMISSION OF INDIA (REPORT NO. 210) Humanization and Decriminalization of Attempt to Suicide Forwarded to Dr. H. R. Bhardwaj, Union Minister for La...
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  • Religeous Extrmism in Pakistan
    Religious extremism in Pakistan Religious extremism tends to a state of mind of a person about his religion in which he has such firm belief on his concepts such that any negotiation from it is unbearable for him. He becomes aggressive towards the society. As not only he considers himself to follo...
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  • Problems of Pakistan
    PROBLEMS OF PAKISTAN AND THEIR SOLUTIONS OUTLINE: 1.INTRODUCTION 2.PROBLEMS OF PAKISTANS A. INNER PROBLEMS a.TERRORISM b.SECTERIAN VIOLANCE c.ENERGY CRISIS d.POOR RULE OF LAW e.ECONOMIC MELTDOWN f.CORRUPTION g.POLITICAL DESTABILITY h.FLOODS i.INJUSTICE j.LACK OF NATIONAL INTEGRITY k.POVERTY l.UNEMPL...
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  • International Humanitarian Law
    International humanitarian law International humanitarian law (IHL), or the law of armed conflict, is the law that regulates the conduct of armed conflicts (jus in bello). It is that branch of international law which seeks to limit the effects of armed conflict by protecting persons who are not or...
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  • Administrative Law
    Dear Reader, Please note that I have not written down notes for 3.4 (Administrative Appeal), 4.4.2 (Constitutional imperatives and use of discretionary authority), 4.4.4 (Non-exercise of discretionary power), 5.3 (Exclusion of judicial review), 5.4 (Suits against administration), 6.2.6 (Doctrine of...
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  • Coruption in Pakistan
    CORRUPTION ABSTRACT:- Corruption is a ‘poison’ which squanders the government resources, deters investment and is detrimental to economic growth and political development. It flourishes, if people in authority are dishonest and corrupt, the state institutes...
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  • Entrepreneurship in Pakistan
    Critique on entrepreneurship in Pakistan The topic on which am going to write a critique is “entrepreneurship in Pakistan” and been written by “Nadeem Ul Haque”. The purpose of this research topic is to explain the flaws in our Economic system the basic issue was the establishment of opport...
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  • Intl Business Law
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  • Common Law
    Common law 1 Common law Common law, also known as case law or precedent, is law developed by judges through decisions of courts and similar tribunals rather than through legislative statutes or executive branch action. A "common law system" is a legal system that gives great precedential weig...
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  • Discrimination in International Law
    Non-Discrimination in International Law A HANDBOOK FOR P R AC T I T I O N E R S With the generous support of The Sigrid Rausing Trust STAFF Helen Duffy Legal Director John Musgrave Finance and Administration Director Iain Byrne Commonwealth Law Officer Andrea Coomber Legal Officer for E...
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  • Bangladesh Law
    Judicial Development in Bangladesh Mr. Chairman of the Session, Distinguished Delegates, Ladies & Gentlemen It is a matter of great pleasure for me to be amidst this seminar and session of legal professionals, academicians and Judges. My roots and, therefore, my heart lie in the legal profession. O...
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