Azam Khan

  • TLAHORE  -    Master Paints Black and Diamond Paints/Newage registered triumphs in the International Steels National Open Polo Championship for Quaid-e-Azam Gold Cup 2019 opening matches here at Lahore Polo Club ground on Wednesday. Master Paints Black outclassed BBJ Pipes by ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Supreme Court Friday warned the environmental agencies both federal and Punjab that it would not allow a single drop of sewerage water to flow into Rawal Lake from where water is supplied to the residents of Rawalpindi. Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry heading a three-member ...

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  • TISLAMABAD After a debate over much objectionable Article 175-A, Supreme Court, Thursday, expressed concerns over reserved seats and the powers of parties heads under Article 63-A. The court observed that instead of giving power to one person, it should be vested with the party. The court told the ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Contrary to the prevailing rumours and misconceptions, the report of the inquiry commission, which was headed by Justice (R) Kazim Malik, unearthed that Mughees and Munib, two brothers who were brutally beaten to death and later lynched with the water tank, were not robbers. Not even a ...

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  • TISLAMABAD- A three-member bench of the Supreme Court, Wednesday, expressed its displeasure over Capital polices report regarding alleged abduction of Hassan Sharjeel, 17, by spy agencies. According to details, Hassan Sharjeel, a college student, son of Editor-in-Chief of a news agency, (SANA) ...

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  • TISLAMABAD The Prime Ministers role in the appointment of judges remained the main focus during the discussion in the Supreme Court as the 17-member larger bench resumed hearing in the 18th Amendment case on Tuesday. Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday asked the Attorney General Maulvi Anwar-ul-Haq ...

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  • TISLAMABAD A full court bench of the Supreme Court on Monday ordered the 32 additional judges of the four high courts to continue working until the final decision in 18th Amendment case is announced. The apex courts order came as high courts chief justices had earlier written to the Chief Justice ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Communist Party of Pakistan on Monday filed an application in the Supreme Court seeking trial of MQM Quaid Altaf Hussain on the charge of high treason under Article 6 of 1973 Constitution. CCP in its petition said that on August 22, Altaf while addressing his workers urged the patriotic ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Supreme Court has rejected the minutes of a meeting chaired by Secretary Cabinet Division in which DG Pak-EPA, MD Wasa, Commissioner ICT and DG EPA participated to act upon the apex courts orders regarding supply of contaminated water to the residents of the twin cities from Rawal ...

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  • TISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Friday directed the Attorney General for Pakistan to inform the court what measures the Government had taken for the appointment of new Chairman of Central Zakat Council. The court also asked for the regularisation of employees working in the Zakat and Usher Ministry ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Thursday, submitted its detailed report in Supreme Court regarding present status of Indian fishermen in Pakistani custody as well as that of Pakistani prisoners languishing in the Indian jails. A two-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Justice Saqib Nisar, a member of the 17-member bench hearing various petitions against the 18th Amendment, Wednesday raised a question that whether or not the court could examine any provision of 1973 Constitution under which the judges had taken oath. Justice Shakirullah Jan said that ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Justice Saqib Nisar, one of the judges of the 17-member larger bench, Tuesday observed that the Constitution conferred legislative powers to the Parliament while the Supreme Court was created under Article 175 of the Constitution and it could not deny this constitutional power of the ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued a show cause notice to Chairman Pakistan Electronic Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) for making false statements before the apex court regarding illegal closure of private TV channels. The court also directed the PEMRA Chairman to submit a report ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Monday observed that no constitutional provision had been struck down so far by the court. The court always tries to save the provision instead of spoiling it, he further remarked while heading the 17-member larger bench hearing various petitions ...

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  • TISLAMABAD While taking strict action against the negligence of Police Department, the Supreme Court Friday directed a former judge of Lahore High Court Kazim Malik - who is presently working as Director General Anti-Corruption Department - to conduct inquiry into the incident, where two young ...

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  • TISLAMABAD The Supreme Court Thursday observed that under the Article 267-A of the Constitution, a difficulty such as formulation of Judicial Commission for the appointment of judges in Balochistan High Court could be resolved through joint sitting of the Parliament. In its written order, the court ...

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  • TISLAMABAD The Supreme Court Wednesday observed that there was no uniformity in the judicial commissions of other countries as they were formed according to their needs and circumstances. Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday, one of the judges of the 17-member larger bench hearing various petitions ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - After observing irregularities and misconduct on the part of Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) in the issuance of licences to cable operators, Supreme Court Tuesday called comprehensive reply from Chairman PEMRA, Secretary Information and Chief Secretaries and ...

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  • TISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Tuesday, while questioning the constitutional status of the Parliamentary Committee, said: We want to strengthen the parliamentary democratic system as the country cannot afford any more institutional confrontation, and added there was a need to look into the ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Attorney General Maulvi Anwarul Haq has apprised the Supreme Court that he had taken up the matter of appointment of judges of Balochistan High Court with the government and it would be resolved in due course of time. He submitted this before the apex court during the hearing of the ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court has sought concise statement from Interior Ministry, Foreign Ministry and the Government of Sindh regarding the detention of Indian fishermen in Pakistani jails. A three-member bench of the apex court headed by Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani was hearing the petition ...

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  • TISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Friday ordered Chairman Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) and Secretary Information to ensure revival of the suspended transmission of the two private television channels. The two-member bench of the apex court took exception to the irresponsible ...

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  • TISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Thursday directed Attorney General Maulvi Anwar-ul-Haq to inform the apex court about the government stance on the judges appointment in the Balochistan High Court as there is going to be a judicial crisis as all the judges would be retiring on September 5. The ...

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  • TISLAMABAD - Dr Shahid Masood, a journalist, Thursday filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the closure of transmission of some private TV channels. The petition has been filed under the Article 184 (3) of the Constitution with respect to the enforcement of fundamental rights as guaranteed ...

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  • TISLAMABAD The Supreme Court Wednesday rebuked the Federations lawyer for criticising parliamentary democratic system, parliamentarians and heads of the political parties. A 17-member larger bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry is hearing identical petitions ...

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  • TISLAMABAD The Supreme Court directed Additional Attorney General KK Agha on Tuesday to seek instructions from Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani regarding the appointment of judges in the Balochistan High Court through Judicial Commission under newly inserted Article 175-A of the 18th ...

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  • TISLAMABAD The axe of judicial reforms has only been fallen on superior courts while there is nothing in the 18th Amendment regarding the uplift of subordinate judiciary which is much related to dispensation of justice. Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday, one of the judges of the 17-member larger ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Besides putting the Supreme Court in a difficult situation through controversial statements, Law Minister Babar Awans selected legal squad in the 18th Amendment case has also created problems for Senator Raza Rabbani who is scheduled to appear before the Court soon to defend the 18th ...

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  • TISLAMABAD Supreme Court, Friday, directed the Chairman Wapda and the Secretary Irrigation Department, Sindh, to visit the Manchar Lake in order to get first hand knowledge of its inhabitants miseries. A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry, Justice Sair Ali and Justice ...

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