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IHC judge backs out from Shahbaz Bhatti case
Pakistan Today

Shahbaz Bhatti's murder

IHC judge excuses to hear case ISLAMABAD (Online): Learned judge of Islamabad High Court (IHC) has excused from hearing the case of Muhammad Abdullah Omar arrested in murder case of former minister for religious affairs Shahbaz Bhatti and has sent ... Frontier Post, 4 days ago
IHC judge backs out from Shahbaz Bhatti case Pakistan Today, 4 days ago
The Express Tribune

Moved To A Military Court

The murder case of former Federal Minister for Minorities Affairs, Shahbaz Bhatti, has been moved to a military court. Mr Bhatti was murdered in Islamabad in March 2011 for his stance on the country's blasphemy laws. Earlier, Punjab Governor Salman ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Bhatti's relatives hail decision about military court  DAWN Group1 week ago Police to move Shahbaz Bhatti's murder trial to military court  The Express Tribune1 week ago Shahbaz Bhatti murder case move to military court  DAWN Group1 week ago
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Pitts, Eshoo Introduce International Religious Freedom Act of 2014

Congressman Joe Pitts (R-Penn.) and Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo (D-Calif.) today introduced the Shahbaz Bhatti International Religious Freedom Act of 2014. The bill makes amendments to the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 to strengthen ...
 Noodls1 month ago Eshoo, Pitts Introduce International Religious Freedom Act of 2014  Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo1 month ago
Millennium Post

Pak lists cases for trial in spl military courts

Pakistan government has prepared a list of six terror-related cases, including former minorities affairs minister Shahbaz Bhatti's murder case, for speedy trial at newly set up special military courts. A four-member committee constituted by the ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago Pak govt lists six cases for trial in special military courts  Business Standard1 week ago Pak govt lists cases for trial in special military courts  Press Trust of India1 week ago Islamabad finalises six cases for trial by military courts  DAWN Group1 week ago
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Pakistan Today

Aamir Khan meets Shahbaz, condemns Peshawar incident

December 29, 2014 UK-based Pakistani boxer Aamir Khan met Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, here Sunday. Aamir Khan condemned the Peshawar tragedy and expressed deep sense of sorrow and grief over the martyrdom of innocent ...
 Business Recorder4 weeks ago Boxer Aamir Khan calls on CM, condemns Peshawar attack  Daily Times4 weeks ago Shahbaz to curb terrorism with promotion of sports  Pakistan Today4 weeks ago Boxer Aamir meets Punjab CM : December 28, 2014, 8:33 pm  Daily Times4 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

CM welcomes 21st amendment

LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has lauded the unanimous vote of the National Assembly for the 21st Constitutional amendment. The Assembly has performed greatly, the chief minister commented on the approval of the amendment which ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Commission: Overseas Pakistanis are national ambassadors  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago CM hails NA for approving 21st Amendment  Daily Times2 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Body formed on citizen feedback model programme

LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif constituted a committee on institutionalisation of citizen feedback model programme (CFMP) that would submit its recommendations within a week, sources said on Tuesday. The committee comprises ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Healthcare: Kidney, liver transplant centre on the cards  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago CM launches Khadim-e-Punjab Green Roads Programme  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago Shahbaz, Mamnoon discuss Pak-China agreements  Frontier Post2 months ago
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Punjab Overseas Commissioner appointed finally

LAHORE - Punjab government has finally appointed Muhammad Afzaal Bhatti as the first Overseas Pakistanis Commissioner Punjab. A notification has been issued in this regard. Earlier, the provincial government had appointed agreed to appoint Amjad ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago
Pakistan Today

Manufacturers of spurious medicines caught

LAHORE - Following the directives of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, Lahore police raided a pharmaceutical factory in Raiwind and arrested its top administration for supplying substandard, adulterated, and spurious medicines to the District ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago Factories sealed, officials held over substandard drugs  DAWN Group2 months ago Medicina Pharmaceuticals Release: Officials Of Two Pharmaceuticals Arrested For Supplying Adulterated Medicines  BioSpace2 months ago Officials of two Pharmaceuticals arrested for supplying adulterated medicines  Pakistan Today2 months ago
Pakistan Today

Eliminating the misuse of blasphemy laws

Is Pakistan willing? When the Governor of Punjab Salman Taseer and the Minister of Minorities Affairs Shahbaz Bhatti were assassinated in 2011 in connection with blasphemy laws, certain Pakistani religious circles gave the impression that ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago AFP - Pakistan-unrest-Christians-minority-blasphemy  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Pakistan: Christian Woman on Death Row for Blaspheming Muhammad Launches Appeal  International Business Times UK2 months ago Pakistan: Why Are Christians Being Persecuted? Analysis  Eurasia Review2 months ago
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