A full bench of the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday dismissed several petitions of the elected parliamentarians and members of provincial assembly (MPAs) challenging the court’s jurisdiction to hear “quo warranto…
The Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) has dismissed the plea of suspects in the Sarfraz killing case in which they requested the court to transfer the case from ATC to session court. On…
Lahore High Court (LHC) Justice Mahmood Maqbool Bajwa on Saturday dismissed Doctors Hospital General Manager (GM) Ziaul Hassan Bokhari’s application seeking exemption from personal appearance in the Aimane Malik murder case. The…
Additional District and Sessions Judge Shahida Saeed on Wednesday dismissed the pre-arrest bail application filed by national cricketer Imran Nazir involved in a kidnap attempt case following a patch-up between the parties…
A lady teacher who served the education department for 14 years on a fake appointment letter was dismissed by the district education officer Chiniot on the orders of the Lahore High Court.…
ISLAMABAD – The Supreme Court (SC) has dismissed the federation’s review petition against the order setting aside the Parliamentary Committee’s recommendations for rejecting judges’ appointment.
According to a private TV, the bench, comprising Justice Mahmood Akhtar Shahid Siddiqui, Justice Jawwad S Khawaja, Justice Tariq Parvez and Justice Khilji Arif Hussain, was hearing the review petition, filed by the government, against the March 4 decision of the apex court setting aside
LAHORE – DIG Operations Lahore Rao Sardar Ali Khan has dismissed seven Lahore Police officials including three inspectors after the charges of corruption, patronising land mafia and releasing a murder accused were provem in separate departmental inquiries on Tuesday. Lahore Police Spokesman Nayab Haider said DIG Operations has dismissed inspectors Tahir Zain ul Abidin and Muzammil Hussain and a sub-inspector Saeed Anwar from service after the charges of misuse of power, corruption and
LAHORE – Mobiles Superintendent Muntazir Mehdi dismissed four constables of the Mujahid Squad from services and ordered one step reversion in the ranks of a sub-inspector (SI) and three assistant sub-inspectors (ASI) on charges of gross misconduct, absence, negligence in the duties and misguiding control room about their positions on Tuesday.
According to a press release issued by Mobiles Squad spokesman constables Imran, Irfan, Haneef and Usman were dismissed from services while
LAHORE – A Camp Jail Lahore warder was dismissed from service on Monday by the jail superintendent for supplying liquor to prisoners. Camp Jail Superintendent Gulzar Butt said that he received information that Warder Humayun Maqsood supplied liquor to prisoners in guise of water. Butt said that he observed that Maqsood cleared a prisoner’s luggage carrying liquor in a cold drink bottle.
The jail superintendent said that he issued show cause notice to Maqsood to explain his
ISLAMABAD – The lawyer requests the court to replace Latif Khosa with Khalid Ranjha in NRO review petition.
Refusing the request of the lawyer, Kamal Azfar, the Supreme Court on Monday directed him to represent the government in the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) review petition.
According to a private TV, a 17-member Supreme Court bench, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, heard the NRO review petition. Azfar sought court’s
LAHORE – Railways scored 273 runs on the opening day of the Patron’s Trophy Grade-II match here at the LCCA ground on Wednesday. By the close of play, KESC were playing at 27 without loss in 11 overs.
The star of the day was Misbah Khan who took seven wickets to leave Railways reeling. Railways 273 in 81.2 overs (Mohammad Ahmed 46, Mohammad Jalil 48, Rizwan Naz 49*, Misbah Khan 7-87) v KESC 27-0 in 11 overs. Toss: KESC; Umpires: Saifullah Sr.& Adnan Rasheed; Referee: Sohail
LAHORE – An accountability court on Tuesday dismissed an application by a man seeking acquittal from a reference pending against him in court.
The petition was filed by former Punjab University College of Information Technology (PUCIT) principal Dr Majid Naeem under Section 265 K of the Pakistan Penal Code. He was charged with involvement in a financial scam and misuse of authority.
According to the National Accountability Bureau, the accused, while being posted as
KARACHI – The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Wednesday dismissed a petition moved by applicants seeking issuance of appointment letters in the Port Qasim Authority (PQA).
The division bench comprising Justice Maqbool Baqar and Justice Shahid Anwar Bajwa had earlier reserved the judgment on the petition moved by 42 applicants after hearing final arguments from both sides.
The petition was filed by Saleh Muhammad and others through their counsel Abdul Salam Memon pleading the court
LAHORE – The Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry Monday dismissed a petition filed earlier by as many as 15 Inspectors of the Punjab Police to question their suspension and transfer to the Lines. On the petition of Saifullah and others, the court said, it cannot interfere in the service matters, the like in hand, which are regulated by the Inspector General of Police, Punjab.
The petitioner inter alia, had contended that they have been penalized for unfounded