ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court has asked Imran Khan and Dr Tahirul Qadri to appear before it to reply to a number of...
Apex court adjourns hearing in case over unlawful trespassing; issues notices to Imran, Qadri to appear tomorrow.
Sit-ins in the capital has prompted a litany of petitions in the Supreme Court.
SC made it clear that it would preserve the Constitution at all cost and never permit any deviation from the green book.
“It is for the government to handle," a five-member bench led by CJP Nasir-ul-Mulk said.
The most famous marches were spearheaded by the late Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif when both were in opposition.
SCBA president’s petition divides the country’s top legal body.
Chief Justice Nasirul Mulk constituted a five-judge larger bench which will commence hearing the petition from Friday.
PM said that his government was willing to request the Supreme Court to appoint a three-judge inquiry commission.
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Judgement said any perception of impartiality, even if it was far from reality, would prejudice to a free trial.
Petitioner also requested the court to order the government to restrain PTI workers from assembling in Islamabad.
The paper submitted by his counsel Advocate Sheikh Ahsanuddin under Order 9 of Rule 2 of the Supreme Court Rules 1980.
SC asked Iftikhar Chaudhry’s counsel to explain why they needed the official record of contempt case against Imran.
Justice Chaudhry advised to wait for the expiry of two years’ bar after his retirement.
The appeal was moved by the federal government as well as some members of the Pemra.
SC denies retired CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry access to record of contempt case which he initiated against Imran Khan.
Apex court printing branch says only an aggrieved party may be allowed to obtain case records
ISLAMABAD: Four days after serving a defamation notice on the PTI chairman, former chief justice Iftikhar Chaudhry...
The institution has been in doldrums and hiccups since the time of commencement of this litigation: Justice Nisar.