An ATC has already issued arrest warrants for Rizvi and others in six cases regarding last year's sit-in in the capital.
Warrants issued for attack on police check-post and violence against security personnel during Faizabad sit-in.
Amjad Pervaiz claims eight pages from the Panama Papers' JIT report are missing from his copy.
The Supreme Court rejects the ISI's report on the sit-in, calling it "unsatisfactory".
Declaration of faith compulsory before joining civil, armed services and judiciary: Islamabad High Court
IHC in verdict says faith of all citizens must be mentioned on all identification documents and voters' lists.
Petitioner tells court they suffer from depression, anxiety and insomnia due to the psychological condition.
Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui says over 1,000 changed religious status from Muslim to Ahmedi.
Govt, PTA exceed authority by suspending mobile networks on pretext of security, IHC rules.
According to NAB, the reference contains further details about bank accounts owned by the former finance minister.
Lahore teenager accuses seminary cleric of rape a year after alleged abuse, says had remained quiet earlier out of fear.
"First they paralysed the executive, then they snatched away the authority of the Parliament," says ex-PM.
Amendments to Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act 2016 shared with the Islamabad High Court by Interior Ministry.
References are against former premier and his sons Hasan and Hussain Nawaz.
Justice Siddiqui warns all concerned officials of contempt of court proceedings if the report is not handed in.
According to unofficial results, PML-N's Shah secures 113,452 votes, while PTI candidate Ali Tareen bagged 85,933 votes.
This act of abduction, and its justification in the name of Islam, is uncalled for and unacceptable: Justice Siddiqui.
"We will not allow this matter to be brushed under the carpet," remarks Justice Siddiqui.
Gives relief to the family by accepting their demand to be present when witnesses record their testimony.
PTI lawyer says allegations "very vague" in FIRs.
Two UK-based witnesses were allowed by the court to testify via video link in the Avenfield properties reference.