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No more hunting permits for Arab royals: SC
19th August 2015 No more hunting permits for Arab royals: SC
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan has declared licenses issued to Arab Sheikhs for hunting birds in the country null and void, Aaj News reported. A three-member bench presided by the new Chief Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk heard the case...
Emotional funeral for Shafqat Hussain
6th August 2015 Emotional funeral for Shafqat Hussain
MUZAFFARABAD: A man controversially hanged for a crime which his supporters say was committed when he was a juvenile was buried Wednesday amid emotional scenes. Shafqat Hussain was hanged on Tuesday for killing a seven-year-old boy in Karachi...
Shafqat Hussain’s execution postponed for the fourth time
9th June 2015 Shafqat Hussain’s execution postponed for the fourth time
KARACHI: The execution of death row convict Shafqat Hussain has been postponed once again, hours before he was due to be hanged, Aaj News reported. According to the reports, the orders were received from the Interior Minister after...
SC suspends re-election for NA-125 and PP-155
11th May 2015 SC suspends re-election for NA-125 and PP-155
ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court of Pakistan censured election tribunal decision for re-election in NA-125 and PP-155, Aaj News reported. Khawaja Saad Rafique and Mian Naseer were reinstated following the decision of Supreme Court. The decision was led by Justice...
Supreme Court stays six terror executions by military courts
16th April 2015 Supreme Court stays six terror executions by military courts
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Thursday stayed execution  of six militants convicted by the military courts on terror charges. The 17-judge full court bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice  of Pakistan Nasirul Mulk heard the...
Uzair Baloch submits bail appeal in UAE court
16th April 2015 Uzair Baloch submits bail appeal in UAE court
DUBAI: The chief of banned Peoples Aman Committee (PAC) Uzair Baloch, may soon get freed on bail, he departed from Pakistan in 2013 after the operations carried out by Rangers to eliminate the criminal elements in Karachi, Aaj...
Supreme Court seeks reasons for delay in declaring Urdu as official language
10th April 2015 Supreme Court seeks reasons for delay in declaring Urdu as official language
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Friday directed the government to submit reasons regarding delay in declaring Urdu as an official language. The three-member headed by justice Jawwad S. Khawaja comprising Justice Sh. Azmat Saeed and Justice Mushir Alam...
Islamabad: Work starts removing barriers in F-10
7th February 2015 Islamabad: Work starts removing barriers in F-10
Work to remove barriers around residential areas has been started according to the order of Supreme Court on Saturday in Islamabad. According to Aaj News, Initially, Islamabad Police and Traffic Police has started removing obstacles in F-10, an...
US Supreme Court mulls judicial campaign contributions
21st January 2015 US Supreme Court mulls judicial campaign contributions
WASHINGTON: The Supreme Court’s nine justices appeared divided Tuesday during arguments on whether elected US judges should be able to accept campaign contributions, a move that opponents say causes judicial bias. A total of 39 of 50 US...
Petitions seeking Prime Minister’s disqualification dismissed
10th December 2014 Petitions seeking Prime Minister’s disqualification dismissed
A larger bench of the apex court on Tuesday dismissed all petitions seeking the disqualification of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif under Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution. A seven-member bench headed by Chief Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk and comprising...
SC dismisses petitions against PM’s disqualification
9th December 2014 SC dismisses petitions against PM’s disqualification
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court Tuesday rejected all the three petitions seeking Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s disqualification on the basis of his statement in the Parliament regarding the role of Chief of the Army Staff in talks with the...
Liberia’s Supreme Court suspends election campaign over Ebola
29th November 2014 Liberia’s Supreme Court suspends election campaign over Ebola
MONROVIA: Liberia’s Supreme Court suspended campaigning for next month’s senate election on Friday while it considers a petition warning that electioneering risks spreading the Ebola outbreak, the information minister said. A group including some former government officials and...
CEC appointment’s deadline ends today
24th November 2014 CEC appointment’s deadline ends today
ISLAMABAD: As Supreme Court’s deadline to fill the constitutional posts expires today, the government is likely to seek more time for the appointment of the Chief Election Commission of Pakistan. The CEC is appointed after prime minister and...
PTI’s counsel hints at seeking to invoke Supreme Court’s review power
7th November 2014 PTI’s counsel hints at seeking to invoke Supreme Court’s review power
Irfan Qadir, the counsel for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Ishaq Khakwani, on Thursday hinted at seeking to invoke Supreme Court’s review power against its order to hear Prime Minister Sharif’s disqualification matter in Quetta Registry on November 10....
SCBA elections: legal eagles to battle it out on October 31
24th October 2014 SCBA elections: legal eagles to battle it out on October 31
ISLAMABAD, Oct 24 (APP): The stage is set for the annual elections of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) to be held on October 31 (Friday)  for 2014-15. The 22-member faculty is elected annually to manage the affairs...
PTI workers and police clash in front of Supreme Court
16th September 2014 PTI workers and police clash in front of Supreme Court
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers and police had clashed in front of Supreme Court at NADRA Chowk, Aaj News reported. According to the reports, two PTI activists sustained injuries when police resorted to baton-charge. The workers of protesting...
Bangladesh leaders seek powers to sack top judges
18th August 2014 Bangladesh leaders seek powers to sack top judges
DHAKA: Bangladesh’s cabinet said Monday it had voted to give parliament the power to sack Supreme Court judges, a move the opposition condemned as a prelude to one-party rule. Parliament will vote on the proposal to amend the...
SC seeks final report from EOBI for purchase of land
12th June 2014 SC seeks final report from EOBI for purchase of land
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Thursday sought final report from the Employees’ Old-age Benefit Institution (EOBI) comprising details of properties sold or purchased by the institution. The court also directed the EOBI to give details of the properties...
PC approves appointment of SC, HC Judges
10th June 2014 PC approves appointment of SC, HC Judges
ISLAMABAD: The Parliamentary Committee (PC) on Judges appointment in the Superior Courts on Tuesday unanimously confirmed the nominations of Judges in the Supreme Court and High Courts as recommended by the Judicial Commission. The meeting of the Parliamentary...
Chief Justice Tassadaq Jillani to retire on July 5
7th May 2014 Chief Justice Tassadaq Jillani to retire on July 5
ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani will retire on July 5 this year at the age of 65 years after serving about ten years as judge and Chief Justice of the apex court. Justice Nasir...
SC not defaulter of electricity bills
29th April 2014 SC not defaulter of electricity bills
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued clarification regarding news item aired by different news channels about non-payment of electricity bills to IESCO by Pak PWD. According to the news, the electricity connection of Supreme Court building, Islamabad,...
NAB Chief was not Govt employee at time of appointment; SC informed
17th April 2014 NAB Chief was not Govt employee at time of appointment; SC informed
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Thursday was informed that Major (R) Chaudhry Qamar Zaman, Chairman National Accountability Bureau was not a government officer when he was appointed as NAB Chairman. This was informed by Barrister Aitzaz Ahsan, counsel...
SC for uninterrupted 3-G licence bidding process
16th April 2014 SC for uninterrupted 3-G licence bidding process
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed that the process of auctioning 3G and 4G spectrum licences should continue uninterrupted. The three-member bench headed by Justice Jawwad S. Khawaja resumed the hearing of a petition filed by Khurram...
Detailed verdict issued regarding Musharraf’s review case petition
10th April 2014 Detailed verdict issued regarding Musharraf’s review case petition
ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court issued a detailed verdict regarding the decision that was made on July 31, in the review plea registered by Musharraf, Aaj News reported. According to the sources, Musharraf registered a review plea petition in the...
SC hears baclochistan law and order case
26th March 2014 SC hears baclochistan law and order case
ISLAMABAD: Justice Supreme Court Amer Hani Muslim criticised Chief Secretary Balochistan, saying that people are still dying in balochistan while the Secretary was roaming in America, Aaj News reports A two-member bench, headed by Justice Amer Hani, heard...
SC rejects Musharraf’s plea for transfer treason case to army court
25th March 2014 SC rejects Musharraf’s plea for transfer treason case to army court
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court has rejected the application lodged by former Preseident Gen (Retd) Pervez Musharaf, transfer of high treason case to army Court, against the verdicts of special court on Tuesday. The Registrar Supreme Court objecting that...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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