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Fatal downpour: Four killed, three injured as province buckles...

PMD region­al direct­or says weathe­r system entere­d Khyber-Pakhtu­nkhwa from Afghan­istan Policeman navigates traffic in Saddar Bazaar in the city. PHOTO: MUHAMMAD IQBAL/EXPRESS PESHAWAR/CHITRAL / SHANGLA / MARDAN: At least four ... The Express Tribune, 1 day ago

Mumtaz Qadri and Blasphemy law

Dunya News Report (Shahzad Badar) Islamabad Maulana ruling the Council of Islamic Ideology(CII), Mohammad Khan Sheerani has agreed to review the controversial blasphemy law but categorically stated that it would not be changed to suite any ...
 Dunya News6 days ago

Pakistan's blasphemy law under the light of Sunni jurisprudence

Blasphemy is the act of insulting, showing contempt or lack of reverence for God or that which is considered sacred.In 1987, General Zia-ul-Haq Islamised the blasphemy laws as part of a widespread policy of Islamisation. The blasphemy laws are now ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago
Daily Times

SC disposed of 11,000 cases last year

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan has disposed of more than 11,000 cases whereas 14,000 new cases have been instituted during the last year and the backlog remains about 27,000. The apex court in the year 2015 also took 1,010 suo moto ...
 Daily Times3 weeks ago SC disposed of 11,000 cases during last year  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago

Landmark verdict

Sir: As we commemorated the death anniversary of Salman Taseer on January 4, 2016, it looked a bit different from previous years. The Supreme Court (SC) has finally closed the Mumtaz Qadri chapter by declaring him a murderer, not a hero or champion ...
 Daily Times1 month ago Waiting for more Qadris  Pakistan Today1 month ago
DAWN Group

Taseer paid tribute amid high security

LAHORE: Salmaan Taseer is the hero of minorities in Pakistan read one of the placards at the Liberty roundabout where a good number of PPP leaders and workers and civil society activists had gathered on Monday to mark the fifth anniversary of his ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Five years on: We still await a verdict on Salman Taseer's battle against blasphemy laws

A woman lights a candle next to an image of the governor of Punjab, Salman Taseer. Photo: Reuters Any discourse on slain Punjab governor Salman Taseer's assassination begins and ends with a trenchant critique of the country's blasphemy law.
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

PML-N, PPP will have to investigate Taseer's murder, unearth conspiracy

LAHORE Columnist, policy analyst and journalist Raza Rumi has said that both Pakistan Muslim League-N and the Pakistan People's Party will have to get former Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer's brutal murder investigated, unearth the conspiracy if the ...
 Daily Times1 month ago

66 tweets that sum up the legacy of Salmaan Taseer

On his death annive­rsary, we would like to pay tribut­e to the man by giving you him at his uncens­ored best Salmaan Taseer in London c.1991-92. PHOTO: AMIN MUGHAL Salmaan Taseer's legacy will forever be etched in the history of ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

The day Salmaan Taseer fell silent

FROM THE NEWSPAPER ARCHIVE — JAN 4, 2011 LAHORE: I remember Bhutto saying the history is written in the blood of martyrs, Salman Taseer said while giving an interview to monthly Herald in 2008, two years before he was gunned down by his security ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago
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