30 September, 2014 / Zilhaj 4, 1435

Basil Nabi Malik

Changing goalposts

The PTI seeks to define the manner in which the ‘rigged’ constituencies will be probed.

Medical negligence

The state relies on legal remedies to tackle faulty medical services.

Bias as a prop

Allegations shouldn’t automatically lead to recusal from a case.

An incomplete law

Child marriages prematurely end a person’s adolescence.

Protecting an ideal

Legitimacy of the democratic process must be emphasised.

Contrary provisions

NORMALLY, sizing up an employee is supposed to entail an objective assessment of the individual’s ability to...

Unequal in death

IN recent times, the ferociousness of terrorist attacks has increased to a worrying degree. As a consequence of such...

PTI’s indecisiveness

WHEN the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) wrested away power from the Awami National Party (ANP) in KP in general...

Independent judiciary

THE retirement of the former chief justice brings to close another milestone in the history of the judiciary.

The problem with codifying faith

IN 1947, Pakistan was an idea of a separate homeland for the Muslims of the subcontinent. It was arguably envisioned...

The law disconnect

AN associate justice of the US Supreme Court, Elena Kagan, once said, “The impetus for the changes [in legal...

Limiting information

IT is a testament to the rapid progress of information technology that lectures and courses by well-known...