201112.30
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Contours of Supreme Court’s Suo-moto/original Jurisdiction – I

Mohammad Akram Sheikh Friday, December 30, 2011 PART-I The Supreme Court of Pakistan has commenced regular hearing of nine Constitution Petitions seeking its indulgence to Constitute a commission to investigate into the Memo allegedly communicated to Admiral Mike Mullen on behalf of a Senior Washington—based Pakistani diplomat who was acting on behalf of his “Boss”….

201112.18
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Negotiated settlement in the memo controversy?

Mohammad Akram Sheikh Sunday, December 18, 2011 Islamabad On the evening of 16th of December, 2011, which marks the 40th year of bifurcation of the state of Pakistan and emergence of Bangladesh as an independent country comprising Pakistan’s territories of East Pakistan, a three hours long meeting is announced by the PM House which has…

201112.09
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SALALA INCURSION: HELPLESSNESS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW?

Mohammad Akram Sheikh Friday, December, 9, 2011 U.S. lead NATO strikes on Salala Check-Post on 26th November, 2011 was an act of naked aggression against the sovereignty and integrity of Pakistan, who is an ally against war on terror. The invading forces presence in Afghanistan was mandated by United Nations Security Council (U.N.S.C) Resolution No.1974…

201112.02
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NRO Judgment: Shall it be implemented?

Mohammad Akram Sheikh Friday, December 2, 2011 “The executive arm of the State is elected to represent the will of the people and if such institution starts taking pride in avoiding the court verdicts, as an act of heroism, then why would a common man abide by law, respect the court’s judgments or command of…