PIA passengers to be scanned in Beijing; NDMA chairman "vigilant" about the spread of coronavirus across Asia.
Attorney general says Rahim will be released if he surrenders his passport, shares laptop password with the ministry.
Three-member bench hands over reins of PIA to board of governors.
The special court had handed the former military dictator the death sentence in a split verdict.
LHC's decision last month to grant Sanaullah bail is contrary to the law, says Anti-Narcotics Force in petition.
Attorney general says Inamur Rahim is a spy.
Inamur Rahim, who has filed several petitions for recovery of missing persons, was picked up by authorities last month.
The apex court maintains earlier one-year prison sentence against the couple for torturing a minor maid.
Petition asks for the constitution of a larger bench, comprising five judges, to hear the review petition.
Govt files review petition after finding 'glaring omissions, mistakes' in SC verdict on army chief's extension
"Court had no role to upset the age-long accepted conventions and the considered policy of government," says petition.
Earlier this month, the FIA had begun investigating the project following a Peshawar High Court order
"I lay down my robes today with a conscience which is clear as crystal."
Special court also holds accountable "other uniformed officers [...] guarding Musharraf each and every time".
A three-member bench of the special court announced the verdict in the long-drawn high treason case.
"The fall of Dhaka reflected that the social contract between the state and its citizens was weak."
Ball in parliament's court to provide certainty to army chief's post with new law: SC detailed verdict
SC points to deficiencies in laws governing COAS's term, stresses that nations prosper by "strengthening institutions".
Supreme Court Bar Association of Pakistan rejects all "unlawful allegations" on the legal fraternity.
"All Pakistanis should be able to donate towards the dam fund," says court.
Chief Justice Khosa says the high court is independent in making its decisions.
LHC did not consider the "cardinal principle of criminal law", says NAB in its appeal.