Says both cases "not placed before or constituted" by three-member committee of senior-most judges.
Notices issued to AGP, advocate generals of all provinces, ECP; “How can lifetime disqualification continue if a person’s sentence comes to an end?” asks CJP.
Says the hearing of the case should be broadcast live so that the entire country can hear it.
6-member larger bench headed by Justice Sardar Tariq Masood will take up the ICAs on Wednesday.
Lawyer Mian Dawood urges court to replace Justice Ahsan with next most senior judge.
Plea by civil society says the official “deliberately and malafidely" disregarded order nullifying such trials.
Former PTI chairman had penned a letter to CJP and sought protection of his party’s fundamental rights.
Supreme Court issues notices to govt, apex committee, foreign ministry on petition challenging Afghans' expulsion.
Says the government's decision is "vague and arbitrary with no rational reasons"; petition fixed for hearing tomorrow.
Says directives do not bar the board from pursuing recovery proceedings against the national carrier.
CJP says what's already done in the past can't be undone; remarks came during appeal against LHC's overturning of Musharraf's death sentence.
Justice Minallah pens additional note in election date case, says delay in holding polls amounts to "suspension of the Constitution".
Three-member apex court bench declares PTI chief's plea as admissible, adjourns hearing indefinitely.
Plea says May 9 events were an “intentional attempt to undermine the country’s armed forces and inhibit the country’s internal security”.
Says the word “unnecessarily elevates the status of public servants”.
The appeal comes on the heels of a similar plea filed by the interim Sindh government.
"It is not surprising that violence continued to be perceived as a permissible means to attain one’s goals," written order says.
AGP Awan tells court new commission formed to probe Faizabad sit-in, to submit report within two months.
Says if proven true, claims would undermine the reputation of the federal government, the armed forces, ISI and Pakistan Rangers.
Says complaints against him are “frivolous” and based on conjecture and false allegations.