Chief justice says interpretation of life imprisonment law is flawed as it is meant to last a lifetime, not 25 years.
PIA counsel argues the ban on recruitment refrains the airline from executing another SC order to regularise employees.
The main entrance of the apex court was blocked by the lawyers.
Court observes that points raised in application could not be considered for hearing in a review petition.
SC, while hearing Amal Umer case, questions feasibility of stopping police from using weapons "in a city like Karachi".
Despite Pakistan granting India permission for Modi's plane to fly through its airspace, India decides against it.
Court says if cheques are not submitted by Friday the Advocate General's office should file an application in court.
A three-judge bench also cancelled Musharraf's right of defence.
Top court withdraws order to decrease current tuition fee by 20 per cent, other interim orders.
The SJC will take up the references against Justice Isa and a Sindh High Court judge on June 14.
Three-judge bench headed by CJP Asif Saeed Khosa approves murder suspect's bail plea.
"What does the NAB do after all?" asks the chief justice while hearing an appeal against the acquittal of a suspect.
Justice Ahmed laments about state of roads in Islamabad, says 'not possible' for him to drive in the city
"The streets of Islamabad shouldn't appear to be blocked under any circumstance."
Bench directs Rao Anwar to resubmit plea for removal of name from ECL.
SC orders parties to file replies on JIT report; Justice Bandial says government land should be protected.
Top court restrains Shafi and Zafar from registering unnecessary petitions; tells LHC to complete the trial soon.
Judge says no precedent of witnesses' testimonies being recorded together and cross-examination done separately.
Islamabad advocate general informs SC bench the child maid had suffered all of her bruises at convicted judge's house.
The list contains 26 questions, including a query if he had taken the measures in individual capacity.
Lawyer argues 10-year-old Tayyaba admitted she wasn't abused, had memorised her testimony "like a parrot".