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Zain murder case: Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali takes suo moto

Advertisements Anwar Zaheer Jamali, the chief justice of Pakistan took suo moto action on Thursday in dealing with Zain murder case. Advertisements Justice asked for complete report of the incident and ordered Inspector General Punjab to brief. The development comes couple of days after when Anti-terrorism Court (ATC) exonerated Mustafa …

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Political parties invited to submit proposals to investigate General Elections 2013

The General Election Inquiry Commission has encouraged proposals from the political parties, who partook in the General Elections 2013, to submit supporting material or proof for its deliberation to find out whether elections were planned and carried out with detachment, candidly, honestly, impartially and in accordance with law. The verdict …

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Justice (r) Rana Bhagwandas passes away

KARACHI: Former acting chief justice (CJ) Justice (r) Rana Bhagwandas, 72 , passed away in a local hospital of Karachi on Monday (today). He was suffering from heart problem and had been admitted in hospital for treatment.He passed away early morning as a result of cardiac arrest. According to his family, thrice in a …

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A full bench to hear petitions against Azadi March is formed in LHC

LAHORE: In order to hear petitions against the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s ‘Azadi-March’ a larger bench has been constituted by Chief Justice Lahore High Court Khwaja Imtiaz Ahmad. The bench comprises of Justice Khalid Mehmood Khan, Justice Shahid Hameed and Justice Anwarul Haq. The bench, supervised by Justice Mehmood, was constituted after …

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Public’s trust should be maintained over judiciary, Chief Justice

Lahore: The Chief Justice of Paksitan Saeed Tasaduq Hussian Jilani said that lack of tolerance is a hazard for Pakistan. He expressed that impatience is the real threat for democracy as well as for the law. “The Judiciary could not be considered independent only by having written in the constitution, …

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