Quashes FIR registered against a citizen from Mianwali.
We are seeing in real time the mainstreaming of religious extremism in our politics.
Local court sends suspect to jail on judicial remand.
Inquiry committee formed under Saddar SP, Samsung Pakistan says it has "immediately" started internal investigation.
Court also imposes fine of Rs1 million.
Suspects tell police they found out about alleged blasphemy committed by the victim through a dream seen by a relative.
Suggests the formation of a national commission that will make recommendations to curb such incidents.
The rulers have been open to engaging with all. What more can strengthen the sense of impunity in the dark forces?
102 people have been detained so far, while more are being identified through footage and evidence, says IGP.
Suspect seems to be mentally deranged, however, the police are waiting for a medical report, says SHO Ghulam Mujtaba.
Judge observes it appeared that there were material contradictions in the testimonies of the prosecution witnesses.
Blasphemy allegations were made against 107 women and 1,308 men.
The 26-year-old woman has also been given a 20-year jail sentence.
Administration convinces mob to end sit-in with the help of local religious elders; situation in the area still tense.
The latest case underscores police’s tendency to register a case without investigation in order to keep situation under control.
Police also arrested at least six protesters for damaging a police mobile, motorcycles and other vehicles.
The convict had been posted as a security guard at a bank branch in Punjab's Khushab district and had shot dead the manager.
There are several individuals convicted of blasphemy by the lower courts, and awaiting justice from the higher courts.
Shafqat Emmanuel and Shagufta were sentenced to death in 2014 for sending "blasphemous texts" about the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
Muslim countries can’t agree on any big issue, including iftar timings and moon sightings
While it is right, the EU parliament’s message to penalise Pakistan hardly addresses the problem.
Pakistan rejects criticism of judicial system as regrettable, urges dialogue on issues.
Imran Khan stresses severing ties with France will incur a loss to Pakistan, not the other way round.
Suspect arrested, confesses to have killed the victim over blasphemy allegations, say police.
He was a juvenile when he was arrested in 2016; lawyer argues blasphemous post on WhatsApp had not been generated by the boy.
Mashal's father says he will challenge the PHC verdict in the Supreme Court after consulting his lawyers.
Police say premature to comment on motive behind the murder; deceased manager and suspect had argument a few days ago.
Resolution calls upon govt to recall Pakistan's envoy from Paris, ask OIC countries to boycott French goods.
Policeofficials hold talks with ulama, agree to hold an open enquiry with the help of community leaders and ulama.
Asif Pervaiz had been accused by his supervisor of sending derogatory remarks about Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) via text message.