If there is no law, there is nothing for the court to review.
Bakhtawar Bilal Soofi
Presidential rule can increase feelings of marginalisation.
Parties to civil litigation know they can get away with anything because no one is punished for perjury.
The government has become the arbiter of what people can hear, see and say.
The Punjab Bar Council has been tolerating professional misconduct.
Many laws will become subject to constitutional challenge too.
The idea may be lofty in theory, but does not work in practice.
Jingoism or an excess of patriotic pomp can be dangerous.
CJ Nisar’s retirement has left the judiciary in a strange conundrum.
A mechanism is needed to resolve the distribution of limited resources.
The judiciary is intended to protect minorities.
The law has been rarely invoked to de-normalise smoking.
Demand for parking spaces in Lahore often exceeds the supply.
Too much regulation can kill the gig economy.
When the rulers try to regulate speech, alarm bells should ring.
Article 63-A isn’t needed to address horse-trading.
Decision-making at the provincial level favours urban centres.
The Panama case has certain aspects that many don’t see.
Pemra should reassess its role as regulator.
Do Londoners value human life more than we do?