Looking back at the time when social media usage was curbed due to "blasphemous content".
"Facebook agreeing to our demands is a big achievement," says PTA chairman.
ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested 17 people in connection with a blasphemy case, the...
Disagreement on policy issues or even in personal disputes should be no reason to level false allegations.
No law permits showing disrespect or distortion of any religion, says interior minister.
The laptops of those arrested have been seized for forensic analyses; arrested individuals remanded in FIA custody.
ISLAMABAD: The interior ministry on Wednesday informed the Islamabad High Court (IHC) that it had placed the names ...
Interior minister hopes social media platforms will cooperate, says strict measures will be taken if they don't.
Ministry instructed to submit a detailed report in next hearing, scheduled for March 27.
ISLAMABAD: Expanding the scope of investigation into the blasphemous content on the social media, the Islamabad High...
Social media site aware of the government's reservations, ministry says.
"We will take any steps necessary to make sure our position on such content is communicated," says Nisar
ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) is in touch with Interpol to identify social media pages that...
Completes agenda with ‘rare’ smooth proceedings
PM orders crackdown on such material being circulated on social media.
"Love and affection to the Holy Prophet (PBUH) is the most precious asset for every Muslim," says the premier.
Justice Siddiqui says he has requested the SJC to examine all the allegations levelled against him in public.
"To put the blame on an innocent [person] is in itself a grave sin," cautions Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui.
DG FIA will brief the Senate Standing Committee on Interior on number of cases of cyber crime detected so far.
Resolution asks govt to act against those uploading the objectionable material on social media.
Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui threatens to summon PM; Ramna police lodge FIR against unidentified bloggers
No country can allow religious sentiments to be hurt under the pretext of freedom of expression, says interior minister.
IHC judge says he has not been able to sleep at night since he saw the materials available with the court.
Judge says if govt does not restrict such content, more Mumtaz Qadris would take the law into their own hands.
IHC suspends the ban imposed on Dr Amir Liaquat's programme by Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority.
IHC ordered PTA to block blasphemous content found online and submit a reply within a week.
Neither were the allegations proved nor any evidence was truly appreciated, says the three member bench.
The accused is a Pir or spiritual leader who amassed a large following.
MANSEHRA: Religious affairs minister Sardar Mohammad Yousuf has said the federal government is not amending the...
Blasphemy case registered against man for allegedly uttering derogatory remarks about a companion of the prophet.