Journalists distance themselves from case, say media freedom petition "can't be narrowly focused on just one issue".
Decisions made by national body should be trusted, says IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah.
Cellular services to be restored in twin cities as TLP chief expected to announce end of sit-in soon.
Ministers Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Pervez Khattak, Asad Umar and Shafqat Mehmood summoned at next hearing for indictment.
Justice Minallah says involving courts in political matters is not in public interest.
Assets include bank accounts, a house in Murree, agricultural land as well as luxury vehicles.
Court notes that Nawaz, whose arrest warrants were issued in September, has been delivering speeches while abroad.
"Political victimisation of the opposition continues during a global pandemic," says Bilawal.
Court says the former president cannot be acquitted in cases pertaining to fake bank accounts.
"Whoever wishes to discuss [political] issues should come to the parliament," she says.
Channel 24 reporter released after IHC chief justice took notice; denies allegations of carrying weapons.
"Tell the prime minister that the rights of a layman are being trampled upon," says Justice Minallah.
Foreign secretary has been told to approach Pakistan's High Commission in UK for Nawaz's production.
"Nawaz is in London and is not in any position to return, his doctor has advised him against travelling," his lawyer says.
Court observes that Nawaz Sharif has not been admitted to any hospital in the past seven months.
IHC had directed ex-PM to appear before court and "surrender" by Sept 10 or face legal proceedings for absconding.
"How would you have acted if such a thing happened with a federal minister's son?" Justice Minallah asks.
In her petition, Ritchie said interior ministry itself told the court she was not involved in "anti-state and illegal activity".
Justice Minallah says interior secy, chief commissioner will need to appear before court in case official not recovered in time.
"We are not declaring him an absconder, we are giving him once more chance to surrender," says Justice Amir Farooq.