Ltd; has transformed legal research in Pakistan, and it is hoped that in years to come, we can continue serving the legal fraternity of Pakistan.
Pakistanlawsite was launched in the year 2002 with the aim to meet the specific requirements of legal and law practitioners, plus increasingly, those of the wider business and academic community.
” Twenty-one-year-old Rabia* agrees: “I want control over picking who I’m going to spend the rest of my life with.” This love connection (or lack thereof) among Muslims is more common than you might think.
Our aim is to facilitate the legal fraternity of Pakistan and make a contribution towards the cause of dispensation of justice and adhere to the principle of Rule of Law.
To this end, we strive to make legal research straightforward, time-effective and comprehensive. M (London) Editor-in-chief, Editor, PLD Group of Law Reports The website’s infrastructure allows users access the most comprehensive collection of Pakistani case-law and legal information, with the various search options enabling our users to arrive at precise results.
With a membership that numbers more than 35,000 lonely hearts, the app mimics traditional Muslim chaperone-accompanied matchmaking by allowing women to include guardians in their conversations with potential matches, and claims to be for single Muslims seeking marriage.
Launched by 31-year-old Shahzad Younas, a former investment banker this love connection problem is more common in Canada than you think.
Unlike his son, Dev’s dad had no choice but to select his wife from two arranged marriage presentations, so when Dev opens up about his ambivalence toward commitment, his immigrant father scolds him for his indecision.