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Terrorism is unacceptable in all its forms, manifestations:Judge of SC

Terrorism is unacceptable in all its forms, manifestations:Judge of SC

  By Court Reporter Islamabad: Judge, Supreme Court of Pakistan,  Justice Dost Muhammad Khan says that the curse of terrorism is a global issue but Pakistan bears the brunt of it. Terrorism is unacceptable in all its forms and manifestations ...

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Plea moves in IHC, seeking legislation for rights of electronic media workers

Plea moves in IHC, seeking legislation for rights of electronic media workers

Islamabad: A single bench of IHC comprising Justice Athar Minallah will take up the petition on Wednesday seeking direction to the Federal Government for initiating legislative measures for the enforcement of fundamental rights of a journalist working in the electronic ...

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IHC orders NACTA’s placement under PM again

IHC orders NACTA’s placement under PM again

By Furqan Rao ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court on Wednesday ordered the placement National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) under the purview of Prime Minister Secretariat as mentioned in NACTA Act 2013. The court also declared the appointment of National Coordinator ...

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Nasir- ul- Mulk sworn in as Pakistan’s new chief justice

Nasir- ul- Mulk sworn in as Pakistan’s new chief justice

ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain on Sunday administered oath of office to Justice Nasir- ul- Mulk as Chief Justice of Pakistan at a ceremony held here at the Aiwan-e-Sadr. Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, Chairman Senate Syed Nayyar Hussain Bokhari, members ...

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Chief Justice Jillani retires; oath-taking of new CJ on Sunday

Chief Justice Jillani retires; oath-taking of new CJ on Sunday

  ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani retired here on Saturday at the age of 65 years after serving more than ten years as judge and Chief Justice of the apex court. Justice Nasir ul Mulk, the ...

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IHC orders govt to provide security to Ex chairman Senate Waseem Sajjad

IHC orders govt to provide security to Ex chairman Senate Waseem Sajjad

By Court Reporter Islamabad: The Islamabad High Court on Thursday directed the Interior Ministry to provide security to the former Chairman Senate Waseem Sajjad as per approval of the summary given by the former Prime Minister. A single member bench ...

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IHC suspends order declaring regularization of employees void

IHC suspends order declaring regularization of employees void

  By Furqan Rao The Islamabad High Court on Monday suspended the order of a single bench, which had declared recommendations of the pervious government’s cabinet subcommittee, for the regularization of daily wages and contract employees of the federal government, ...

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IHC orders termination of employees regularized by PPP govt

IHC orders termination of employees regularized by PPP govt

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court Thursday declared the sub-committee of previous cabinet on regularization of government employees headed by Syed Khursheed Shah as unconstitutional, also ordering the termination of such employees regularized pursuant to its recommendations. In its ruling on a petition ...

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Hide and seek of Najam Sethi, Zaka ashraf continues

Hide and seek of Najam Sethi, Zaka ashraf continues

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan reinstated Najam Sethi as chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board on Wednesday just four days after a lower court replaced him with Zaka Ashraf. The Islamabad High Court on Saturday invalidated prime minister Nawaz ...

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Zaka Ashraf restored again as Pakistan Cricket Board head

Zaka Ashraf restored again as Pakistan Cricket Board head

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court Saturday restored Zaka Ashraf as Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board nullifying the government’s Statutory Regulatory Order appointing Najam Sethi as Chairman of ad hoc management committee of the Board. A single member bench comprising Justice Nurul ...

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