Former SECP chairman's lawyer argues that his client cannot stay in custody for a long period of time.
The FIA had requested a 10-day physical remand for the accused, but judicial magistrate allowed a shorter term.
The FIA accused Hijazi of allegedly altering records related to the Sharif family's Chaudhry Sugar Mills.
Special judge Tariq Mehmood grants pre-arrest bail to Zafarul Haq Hijazi until July 21.
Islamabad ATC issues notices to police stations and revenue boards to implement the orders.
Court also refuses to issue stay order in foreign funding case, says it has been lingering on since 2014.
Justice Kiyani advises Zafar Hijazi to approach the FIA's special court for pre-arrest bail.
Former top communications official says acquiring a copy of the report is his due right.
The accused have pleaded not guilty to the charges; the trial will be conducted at the IHC.
Justice Kiyani recuses himself because he found the accused, a former judge himself, guilty in a departmental inquiry.
Court tells Uzma she is free to return to India at any point and would be escorted to Wagah with security.
Uzma claims she was threatened with death, harassed and humiliated into marrying Pakistani man Tahir Ali.
Court will indict Additional District and Sessions Judge Raja Khurram Ali Khan, and his wife Maheen Zafar soon.
Woman says she was forced to marry her husband at gun-point; accused strongly denies the charge.
Pemra had earlier barred Geo News from airing the interview of ex-TTP spokesperson Ehsanullah Ehsan.
Requests court to restrain Pakistani husband Tahir Ali from harassing her.
Sikander famously held his family members hostage with a semi-automatic gun in Islamabad's Blue Area in 2013.
Uzma says husband Ali forced her into Nikkah, subjected her to physical and sexual abuse, and confiscated her documents.
Court issues notice seeking response from police by May 5.
Case revolves around procurement of ephedrine feared to have been used to make billions of dollars worth of meth.