Posts tagged as: Supreme Court

Supreme Court bans cell phones in court rooms

Islamabad: The Supreme Court of Pakistan has banned the use of mobile phones in the court rooms. The decision about banning the mobile phones in court rooms have been made after the ministry of interior declared them as security risks in the court rooms. Sharing details of the decision, the Supreme Court Registrar informed the […]

We have always respected the judiciary: Minister for Interior

Islamabad: The Federal Minister for Interior, Rehman Malik said here today that they have always respected the judiciary and that unlike others, they never dared attacking the Supreme Court. Malik, who was talking to the journalists upon his arrival to the apex court building here today, said that the Supreme Court’s orders would be implemented […]

Why the judicial restraint?

Why the judicial restraint? Lately, there have been calls from legal fraternities demanding from judicial restraint from a court that is bent for rule of law and the constitution. While for some, the call for this restraint might be justified on grounds of the reason that a fragile democracy must be provided with the room […]

The obscenity talks

The obscenity talks Recently, the Supreme Court of Pakistan took notice of the content that is being shown on private television channels in Pakistan and directed Pakistan Media Regularity Authority (PEMRA) to look into it. The notice was taken on request of some concerned citizens. Instantly after the notice and the apex court’s direction, there […]

Supreme Court vows to dispense justice without fear

Islamabad: (Wednesday, August 15, 2012) Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said here today that the Supreme Court would continue to discharge its responsibilities without fear or favor. The Chief Justice, who was addressing at an Iftar-dinner hosted by the Supreme Court Bar Association, said that the court cannot be prevented from dispensing […]

PTI to support Supreme Court: Says Imran

Lahore: (Wednesday, August 15, 2012) Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI), Imran Khan said here today that he had nothing to do with the Charter of Democracy and that his party will stand with the Constitution and the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Imran, who was talking to the journalists, said that the opposition feared if cases were […]

PM denies clashes with any institution

Thraparkur: (Thursday, August 09, 2012) Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf said here today that the government does not have clashes with any institution. He said this while addressing a gathering after inspecting the Thar coal project. He further said that he would accept the decision of the people. Commenting on the upcoming general elections, the […]

Contempt of court law: Govt. files review petition in Supreme Court

Islamabad: (Wednesday, August 08, 2012) It seems that the government has not given up on its attempts and hopes to salvage its Prime Minister from a possible disqualification at the hands of the Supreme Court as just today, when a decision from a court was expected on future of the incumbent Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz […]

ANF files petition to place 14 accused on ECL

Islamabad: (Tuesday, August 07, 2012) The Anti Narcotics Force (ANF) has filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking placement of 14 accused in the ephedrine case on the Exit Control List (ECL). The petition was submitted by the ANF investigation officer in presence of the Brigadier Fahim. In yesterday’s hearing of the case, the […]

Ephedrine Case: Supreme Court adjourns hearing until Aug 8

Islamabad: (Monday, August 06, 2012) The Supreme Court of Pakistan, while hearing the ephedrine case here today, sought a written complaint from the Anti Narcotics Force that informed the court that the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) officials are not cooperating in the investigation and have failed to place known personalities under investigation on the Exit […]

MPs have conditional freedom of speech: Chief Justice

Islamabad: (Wednesday, August 01, 2012) The Supreme Court of Pakistan, on identical petitions against the contempt of court law, continued hearing today. Proceeding with the case hearing, the chief justice of Pakistan, Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said that if parliamentarians committed contempt of court, the Speaker National Assembly or Chairman Senate were bound to send […]

Woman stoning in Khanewal: samples taken from victim

Khanewal: (Friday, July 27, 2012) The grave of the woman who was stoned to death was exhumed and samples were taken from her body after Supreme Court took suo moto notice of the incident. The woman, mother of five, was killed when she was attacked and beaten by bricks. Taking notice of the incident, the […]


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