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Violation of law will not be tolerated: SC

ISLAMABAD (Online): Supreme Court judge Sheikh Azmat Saeed has said that violation of law will not be tolerated and it will be fully implemented to achieve the objectives. He gave the remarks while hearing a case about the commercial use of ... Frontier Post, 3 weeks ago
Violation of law intolerable: SC judge Pakistan Today, 3 weeks ago

SC judge lauds Pakistan women cricket team's victory against India

Justic­e Azmat Saeed says women are not second-grade citize­ns and should not face discri­minati­on in any sphere of life Justice Azmat Saeed says women were not second-grade citizens and should not face discrimination in any sphere of ...
 The Express Tribune2 months ago SC judge heaps praise on Pakistan's women cricket team  ARY News.tv2 months ago

Seven SC benches to take up different cases this week

ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali has formed seven benches of the Supreme Court to take up different cases in the week starting from Monday. The bench one, headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali and comprising ...
 DAWN Group43 minutes ago SC forms seven benches, a larger bench for next week  Daily Times1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

SC disappointed by Pemra's inaction over anti-democracy content of TV programmes

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court expressed its disappointment with Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority's (Pemra) pursuit of vulgarity and obscenity in television programmes, when attempts to undermine the democratic set-up and whipping up of ...
 DAWN Group5 days ago SC seeks Pemra, PTA replies over airing of obscene content on TV channels  Pakistan Observer5 days ago SC seeks reply from Pemra, PTA  The Nation Pakistan5 days ago

Chief Justice blasts TV channels for airing paid content

ISLAMABAD: Programmes are at times aired on private TV channels by taking bribe to malign others, Supreme Court Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali remarked on Tuesday. A three-judge panel headed by the chief justice was hearing a case relating to ...
 The Gulf Today5 days ago SC asks TV channels to act responsibly  Business Recorder5 days ago FBR's plea: SC reserves verdict  Business Recorder1 month ago
Daily Times

CDA chairman goes on leave amid allegations against his performance

Home » Business & Economy » Pakistan May 25, 2016 Capital Development Authority (CDA) Chairman Maroof Afzal has taken leave for one month at the most crucial time when his appointment, due to his performance, is being questioned not only in the ...
 Business Recorder5 days ago SC give two weeks to govt, CDA to remove blockades  Frontier Post1 month ago SC grants two weeks to govt, CDA to remove commercial activities in capital  Daily Times1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Bad governance, favouritism rule the roost: CJP

Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali has remarked that bad governance and culture of favouritism have become deeply entrenched in the country. Im not sure if we will witness in our lifetime this country being run through good governance and rule of ...
 Pakistan Today6 days ago Favouritism rule the roost: CJ  Frontier Post5 days ago

Nepotism, bad governance damaged country: CJP

Islamabad - The Supreme Court yesterday directed ministry of religious affairs to implement court's orders regarding distribution of quota to the Haj tour operators. A three-member bench, headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali, heard the ...
 The Nation Pakistan6 days ago CJP presides over SC's full court meeting  Pakistan Press International1 month ago

Banning films only sparks more curiosity: Sajid Hasan

Sajid Hasan flays govt for Maalik contro­versy, sugges­ts cuttin­g down on Indian conten­t to promot­e Pakist­ani talent­ Hasan plays Major Asad's father, General sahab, in Maalik. PHOTOs: FILE KARACHI: Actor Sajid Hasan has long ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

SC accepts pardon in honour killing case

ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Thursday accepting compromise in the honour killing acquitted the main accused. A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali heard an appeal against the Balochistan High Court verdict. The ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago
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