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CM disqualification case: SHC reserves judgment on chief minister's petition
The Express Tribune

CM disqualification case: SHC reserves judgment on chief minis...

Qaim had won the election from PS-29, defeating Ghous. PHOTO: EXPRESS KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) reserved on Friday its judgement on the petition of Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah, who sought transfer of proceedings from Karachi's ... The Express Tribune, 2 days ago
The Express Tribune

On the anvil: Senate panel approves changes in anti-rape laws

Suppor­ts DNA profil­ing as crucia­l eviden­ce in invest­igatio­n proces­s Supports DNA profiling as crucial evidence in investigation process. PHOTO: AFP ISLAMABAD: A parliamentary panel on Tuesday approved ...
 The Express Tribune4 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

Senate elections on March 3

January 20, 2015 The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Monday announced that the polling for 52 seats of Senate will be held on March 3, 2015. According to the election schedule, the candidates will submit their nomination papers on ...
 Business Recorder6 days ago Schedule for elections on 52 Senate seats next month  DAWN Group2 weeks ago SC gives provinces, ECP a month to complete delimitations  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago PTI likely to keep NA seats for Senate election  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Senate Forum defines tenure for its chairman, decides to amend rules

ISLAMABAD (INP): Senate Forum for Policy Research (SFPR), a think tank formed by the Upper House for assistance in research, in its first meeting has determined a time of one year tenure for the Chairman of the forum. The meeting was held under the ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago SFPR chief to have one-year tenure  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

National interest reigns supreme

Parliamentary parties moot endorses amendments in constitution, Army Act for constitutional cover to special military courts PM says there's no room for further debate in parliament on NAP, establishment of military courts Army chief says ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago
DAWN Group

Sindh govt submits documents in court in APCs purchase case

KARACHI: The Sindh government on Wednesday submitted to the Supreme Court a summary approved by the chief minister for the purchase of armoured personnel carriers (APCs) for the police from Serbia and other documents as the apex court put off the ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago Sindh govt gets two days to file comments in APCs purchase case  DAWN Group3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

APC procurement deal: SC orders Sindh law officer to submit complete records again

Bench disple­ased with provin­cial author­ities failur­e to submit offici­al corres­ponden­ce. the government was also directed to provide specifications and details of the APCs and other vehicles required for the police force for ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago

House to have say in picking judges

ISLAMABAD The parliamentary committee on judges appointment approved on Monday a report that gave it decisive role in the selection of judges for superior judiciary. A member of the committee told Dawn that after being vetted by the Ministry of ...
 Oman Tribune1 month ago Move to strengthen parliament role in judges appointment  DAWN Group1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Zardari's acquittal plea rejected

ISLAMABAD: An accountability court of Islamabad on Monday rejected acquittal petitions of former President Asif Ali Zarfari in SGS and Cotenca references. Mr Zardari had filed the application under section 265-K of Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago Legal setback: Court rejects application of Zardari in two graft references  The Express Tribune1 month ago Zardari gets clean chit in Ursus, ARY cases  DAWN Group1 month ago Asif Ali Zardari is acquitted in two cases  Asian Age1 month ago

CEC dismisses Sindh CM's plea against tribunal

ISLAMABAD: Chief Elec­tion Commissioner retired Justice Sardar Muhammad Raza dismissed on Thursday a plea of Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah questioning credentials of an election tribunal hearing a petition filed against him and seeking ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago
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