Jinnah’s Fourteen points were rejected by Congress ultimately push Jinna to ask for Pakistan.

All India Muslim League on 9 March 1929  at Delhi Jinnah's Fourteen points WERE 1. The form of the future constitution should be federal with the residuary powers vested in the provinces. 2. A uniform measure of autonomy shall be granted to all provinces. 3. All legislatures in the country and other elected bodies shall be constituted on … Continue reading Jinnah’s Fourteen points were rejected by Congress ultimately push Jinna to ask for Pakistan.

Judgment in General (R) Parvez Musharraf’s Case [30.01.2014]

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF PAKISTAN (REVIEW JURISDICTION) PRESENT: MR. JUSTICE TASSADUQ HUSSAIN JILLANI, HCJ , MR. JUSTICE NASIR-UL-MULK ,MR. JUSTICE JAWWAD S. KHAWAJA ,MR. JUSTICE ANWAR ZAHEER JAMALI ,MR. JUSTICE KHILJI ARIF HUSSAIN ,MR. JUSTICE MIAN SAQIB NISAR ,MR. JUSTICE ASIF SAEED KHAN KHOSA ,MR. JUSTICE SARMAD JALAL OSMANY ,MR. JUSTICE AMIR HANI MUSLIM … Continue reading Judgment in General (R) Parvez Musharraf’s Case [30.01.2014]

THE PUNJAB CRIMINAL PROSECUTION SERVICE (CONSTITUTION, FUNCTIONS AND POWERS) ACT 2006

LAW OF PAKISTAN (Act III of 2006) C O N T E N T S Chapter-I Preliminary Short title, extent and commencement. Definitions. Chapter-II Establishment, Constitution and Administration of the Service Establishment of the Service. Constitution. Superintendence and administration. Prosecutor General. Qualifications for the appointment of Prosecutor General. Appointments. Chapter-III Powers and Functions of the … Continue reading THE PUNJAB CRIMINAL PROSECUTION SERVICE (CONSTITUTION, FUNCTIONS AND POWERS) ACT 2006

Fundamental rights under Constitution of Pakistan 1973

Article 7. Definition of the State In this Part, unless the context otherwise requires, "the State" means the Federal Government,  Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament), a Provincial Government, a Provincial Assembly, and such local or other authorities in Pakistan as are by law empowered to impose any tax or cess. Chapter 1: Fundamental Rights 8. Laws inconsistent with … Continue reading Fundamental rights under Constitution of Pakistan 1973

Supreme Judicial Council Pakistan

Keywords: Appointment of Judges- Investigation Supreme Judicial Council (Investigating Body) The Supreme Judicial Council is comprised of the Chief Justice of Pakistan as Chairman, two most senior Judges of the Supreme Court and two most senior Chief Justices of High Courts as members. The Registrar, Supreme Court of Pakistan acts as its Secretary. On a … Continue reading Supreme Judicial Council Pakistan

Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

The first session of the first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan was held on 10th August 1947 at Sindh Assembly Building Karachi. On 11th August 1947 Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was elected unanimously as the President of the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan and the National Flag was formally approved by the Assembly. On 12th August 1947, … Continue reading Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Mr. Jinnah’s presidential address to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan[1947]

Keywords:-Corruption, Nepotism, Hindu- Muslim- Division of India August 11, 1947   Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen! I cordially thank you, with the utmost sincerity, for the honour you have conferred upon me - the greatest honour that is possible to confer - by electing me as your first President. I also thank those leaders who … Continue reading Mr. Jinnah’s presidential address to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan[1947]

Media Law in Pakistan

 Ordinances PEMRA Rules 2009 PEMRA Ordinance 2002 Freedom of Information Ordinance 2002 Defamation Ordinance 2002 Press Council of Pakistan Ordinance, 2002 Press, Newspapers, News Agencies & Book Registration Ordinance, 2002        Regulations Television Broadcast Station Operations Regulations 2012 Radio Broadcast Station Operations Regulation 2012 Distribution Service Operations Regulations 2011 PEMRA (Appeal and Review) Regulations 2008 … Continue reading Media Law in Pakistan