Chief justice says "no room for mercy", rejects unconditional apology by cleric.
SC dismisses Sindh govt's request to suspend SHC order in Daniel Pearl murder case till appeal hearing
The appeal against the SHC's verdict will be taken up by the SC in September.
The top court will hear the case tomorrow (Friday).
Three of the 10 judges oppose decision to send case to FBR; top court withdraws show cause notice against Justice Isa by SJC.
Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth says he has been "ignored and superseded thrice" without an opportunity of being heard.
'Supreme Court not concerned about money being spent on Covid-19 but the quality of services being provided'
Chief justice says quarantine centres lack basic facilities, regrets the wasting of money.
SC finds 'no valid reason' for keeping malls closed, says no need to keep markets closed on weekends
"Govt should not put all its resources on this one disease nor the country should be made dysfunctional."
SC says govt matters cannot be run by 'ego'; directs Centre, provinces to devise joint policy on virus
"A week's time is being granted to formulate a joint policy with regards to corona."
Justice Bandial suggests "monitoring" by federal government of money given to provinces to tackle the virus crisis.
PMDC employees' contempt of court petition against govt discarded.
Tests were conducted after an employee of the Supreme Court tested positive for the coronavirus.
"I cannot understand what kind of a team is working on the coronavirus outbreak," remarks CJP.
A five-member bench will hold the next hearing of the case on April 13.
Order spares prisoners suffering from physical, mental illnesses, those above 55, females and juveniles among others.
Report submitted with SC emphasises necessity of training religious leaders on protocols for burial of virus patients.
The release of prisoners involved in serious crimes cannot be allowed because of a coronavirus scare
PHC had ruled that the convictions of over 70 people by military courts on terrorism charges were based on ill will.
Top court says "even military officials cannot be court-martialled in crimes pertaining to civil cases".
New attorney general says "autonomy of [his] office" is his foremost concern.
Says Additional Attorney General Amir Rehman has been preparing this case.