Islamabad court concludes there is no evidence against him in the police diary.
Warns of imposing an "exemplary fine" if such a plea is filed again, says such matters should be taken to parliament.
Court grants Shahnawaz's mother Sameena Shah three-day bail against surety bonds worth Rs50,000.
"Shahnawaz (son) is a suspect and I have no sympathies for him," Ayaz tells court.
Justice Minallah rules petition non-maintainable; the application was filed by Shireen Mazari.
Suspect to be produced before the court on September 26; court accepts police request to issue to arrest warrants for journalist Ayaz Amir, his wife.
Bars NAB from arresting PML-N leader; Judge Bashir says Dar will be given a chance to surrender.
“I am ready to apologise to the female judge,” Imran says; court directs PTI chief to submit affidavit.
Justice Athar Minallah criticises NAB's conduct; PM Shehbaz says Iqbal's integrity proven with acquittal.
IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah says applying terror clauses over mere arguments would "open up floodgates".
IHC CJ observes that charge of inciting mutiny has no ground unless involvement of any officer or soldier is proved.
Justice Minallah summons report from Islamabad IG by September 22, disposes of petition.
"The circumstances suggest that the detenu is a victim of state-enforced disappearance," petition says.
PTI chief has not joined investigation, prosecutor tells court; Awan says Imran's statement not made part of investigation.
IHC CJ terms practice of "making people go missing biggest form of torture".
Court says former prime minister will be indicted on September 22; Justice Sattar observes words used by Imran were "threatening".
Says he "never meant to hurt" the judge's feelings and would not shy away from expressing his remorse to her; reply sent to IHC a day before case resumes.
Babar Awan says PTI chief unable to appear in court due to preparations for by-elections on nine vacant NA seats.
In a written order issued today, Justice Minallah says Pemra failed to satisfy that a blanket ban order could be passed under Section 27 of its ordinance.
IHC says Suri's acceptance of PTI MNAs' resignations was against the law; also rejects plea for larger bench to hear the matter.