Expressing its growing impatience with the Punjab Police, the Supreme Court warned it on Thursday that it absolutely must produce by Monday the original file containing the first information report (FIR) and…
LAHORE – Special Judge Banking Offence (central) on Tuesday adjourned the hearing
of the NICL scam against Moonis Elahi till May 3. Earlier, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) authorities produced Moonis in court seeking adjournment to file the complete challan of the case. The court on the request for adjournment from the prosecution, sought the opinion of defence counsel, Muhammad Iqbal Bhatti, who advised the court to give more time to prosecution for the completion of the
LAHORE – A division bench of the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday adjourned the hearing on a petition challenging the appointment of Rana Zahid Mehmood as NAB Punjab director general.Earlier, Naseem Kahsmiri, deputy attorney general, sought time for filing a reply on behalf of the federal government. At this, the bench comprising Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry and Justice Sheikh Ahmad Farooq deferred proceedings until April 28. Shah Faisal Qureshi, the petitioner, submitted that Zahid’s
LAHORE – The All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) will file a petition in the Lahore High Court (LHC) seeking to remove the name of former president Rafiq Tarar from all government records as president and Supreme Court judge due to his dubious character, APML Lawyers Wing President Siddique Mirza said on Friday.
Mirza said that Tarar’s character was so stigmatic and doubtful that he should not have been made president and SC judge. He said that the former president played a dual
LAHORE – President Asif Ali Zardari met Law Minister Babar Awan on Thursday and decided that the reference to reopen the Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto case would be filed on April 2 (tomorrow), a private TV channel reported. Awan had announced last week that the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) would file a reference in the Supreme Court (SC) to reopen the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto case and the federal cabinet had approved the decision.Awan had said that the PPP was expecting a response similar to the
LAHORE – Law Minister Babar Awan told a press conference at the residence of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) member Farrukh Sohail on Sunday that the PPP had decided to file a reference in the Supreme Court (SC) for “revisiting of judgement” of the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto case and the federal cabinet, expected to meet today (Monday), would also approve the decision and President Asif Ali Zardari would file the reference within next two days.
Awan said that the PPP was expecting a
ISLAMABAD – The Parliamentary Committee (PC) on judges’ appointment unanimously decided on Wednesday to request the prime minister that a review petition be filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of the federation, against the verdict of a four-member bench, which overturned the PC’s decision rejecting the Judicial Commission (JC)’s recommendation for one-year extension to six additional judges of the Lahore High Court (LHC) and Sindh High Court (SHC).
The PC decided that it would
ISLAMABAD – Former de-facto chief justice of Pakistan, Abdul Hameed Dogar, and dysfunctional PCO judge of Sindh High Court Yasmin Abbasey on Thursday filed intra-court appeals in the Supreme Court seeking setting aside of its earlier short order of initiating contempt proceedings against them from February 21.
Earlier on February 15, Justice (r) Iftikhar Hussain, former LHC chief justice had filed an intra-court appeal in the Supreme Court seeking setting aside of its earlier
LAHORE – Saima, 24, says that she is not one of those people who would opt to go to a police station to report a crime. “Muggings are increasing in Lahore it seems, because I keep hearing of near relatives and friends who have been affected in various areas by this. But if for instance it ever happened to me, I would probably not report it myself. I would send my brother,” she says.
This is not just one woman’s sentiment. It is reflected in many women of all ages and the general
NEW DELHI: A few days ago, a section of the media reported that Karisma and Sunjay Kapur’s marriage was on the rocks, again. The latest is that Karisma will be filing for divorce rather soon.
Randhir and Babita’s eldest daughter, Karisma, is contemplating divorce after irreconcilable differences with her hubby, something that has caused a quasi-separation between the couple already. A source says, “If she has not yet filed it yet, it would be any moment now.”