IF YOU read the June 19 short order in the Justice Faez Isa case with the worst possibilities in mind, a whole host...
Abdul Moiz Jaferii
It seems the most troublesome clients are judges themselves.
What is passed off as aid for farmers inevitably ends up lining the pockets of mill owners.
Former PM Abbasi has been constant in his line of attack; the PML-N, less so.
In a nation such as ours, it is always easier for governments to look morally upright than to do what is fair and just.
Some of the important things the previous AG did in the government’s service were by accident.
The scope of review of judicial decisions is like the DRS. It is limited to an ‘error floating on the face of the record
What ought to be preventative custody has, in effect, become punishment before conviction.
It is only the preventative aspect that is balanced against the accused’s right to liberty.
The world chooses to look beyond our championing the rights of humanity in India-held Kashmir.
History teaches us the consequences of short circuits.
All investigations must first begin with the most basic question: what are you trying to answer?
Thinly veiled is the horror of the shrinking federal pie; it means less money for federally funded institutions.
Why would a judge suddenly go against his own ethos?