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Nawaz claims that July deadline in NAB cases can hamper party’s...

News Analysis | The ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday claimed that Supreme Court’s decision to extend the deadline for one month to wrap up the...

Nawaz Sharif finally submits a reply to SC in Asghar Khan...

News Desk | The former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif and the Jamaat- e- Islami Chief Siraj ul Haq have submitted their – long due -...

Mysterious silence of PTI on nomination papers

Junaid Ali Malik | People have high hopes from Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI). Most of the people who never thought of taking part in Pakistani politics...

SC directs Nawaz and others to file written replies in Asghar...

News Analysis | The Supreme Court (SC) has directed all the respondents in the Asghar Khan Case to file their written replies before 9th June,...

Sheikh thinks it’s too hot for Elections, wants a delay!

News Analysis | The Chief of the Awami Muslim League (AML) Sheikh Rasheed has expressed his desire to delay the general elections due to the...

Hold on, Honourable Chief Justice!

Farah Adeed | Interesting to see that a second consecutive democratic government has managed to complete its tenure in Pakistan. The whole country is happy...

Forget it, general election will be delayed: CJP

News Desk | Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar has remarked election will not be allowed to be delayed at any cost. CJP further...

Pakistan hands over power to caretaker government as polls loom

AFP | Pakistan's civilian government completed its term Friday for only the second time in the country's history, with a caretaker administration to take over...

PM Abbasi asks for a national dialogue on civil-military relations

News Analysis | The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has successfully completed its tenure of five years despite all political and economic challenges the party had...

Israel’s Supreme Court upholds open-fire rules on Gaza border

AFP | Israel's Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the military's use of lethal force against Palestinians during protests and clashes on the Gaza border. In the...

Jury tells Samsung to pay big for copying iPhone design

AFP | A federal court jury on Thursday ordered Samsung to pay Apple $533 million for copying iPhone design features in a patent case dating...

Who is behind Nawaz Sharif’s Disqualification?

News Analysis | The ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has once again blamed the Pakistan Army as the sole reason behind all of his political...

Abortion bans around the world

AFP | The focus this week of a referendum in Ireland and a supreme court challenge in South Korea, abortion is still banned in some...

Rise of Judiciary in Pakistan: No more Lions under the throne

Asim Imdad Ali | ‘Let judges also remember, that Solomon’s throne was supported by lions on both sides: let them be lions, but yet lions...

Insanity is to expect different results from the same behaviors (Alcoholics...

Syed Haider Raza Mehdi | Our core issue, now nearly a cliché, is good governance. Good governance comes through people with competence and integrity and...

A journey back into Pakistan’s convoluted history

Asif Haroon Raja | Pakistan’s years of infancy The establishment of Pakistan, on August 14, 1947, was the result of the democratic struggle of Indian Muslims...

Nawaz: “Patriot” in power but “Proud traitor” in opposition..!

Nasir Azeem | For a few days, I had eagerly been willing to write and announce an article on the 11 points agenda presented by...

Katas Raj at ease: SC orders Cement factories to find water...

News Analysis | The Supreme Court of Pakistan ruled that Bestway Cement and DG Khan Cement will find an alternate source of water. The two...

Iqama holders fit to rule under Election Act 2017

News Analysis | In response to the ousting of former Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif and the Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif, the Election Commission of...

Extension of deadline to wrap up corruption references might hurt sharifs

News Analysis | The Supreme Court has extended the deadline to complete corruption references against the former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif and his family members...

Eight-year-old girl murder trial moved out of IOK

News Analysis | India’s Supreme Court on Monday ordered the trial of eight men accused of the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl to...

Dar draws medical reasons to skip hearing in Senate candidacy petition

News Analysis | Former Finance Minister, Ishaq Dar, has once again tried to hide behind his rumored medical ailments, to avoid a physical appearance in...

Bollywood’s Khan stays out of limelight for jail appeal hearing

AFP | Indian movie star Salman Khan managed to avoid the spotlight when he returned to court on Monday over his five-year jail sentence for...

Second India teen raped, set on fire: police

News Analysis | A 17-year-old battled for her life Monday after being raped, doused in kerosene and set on fire, the second such case to...

Chief Justice embarks on mission of self-accountability, summons ‘Judicial Bigwigs’ in...

News Analysis | The Supreme Court of Pakistan has embarked on a difficult journey by issuing notices to the top guns of the judicial fraternity,...

Khawaja Asif’s files ‘Fruitless’ review petition in Supreme Court

News Analysis | Khawaja Asif, the former Foreign Minister, has filed a review petition in the Supreme Court of Pakistan. He is challenging his disqualification...

Taj Mahal in decay: Paying the price of India’s pollution

News Analysis | India's top court on Tuesday sharply criticized the government for failing to protect the Taj Mahal, the centuries-old monument to love which...

Shehbaz Sharif’s anger against NAB, SC is justified amid Punjab’s scrutiny

News Analysis | Shebaz Sharif, the Chief Minister of Punjab, seems to have been roiled by the activism of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and the...

Chief Justice vows to recover written off loans

News Analysis | After having sacked couple of Vice Chancellors, putting educational institutes under gag orders, chiding the administration for deplorable state of affairs in...

Not so fast: SC stops government from selling off PIA

News Analysis | The Supreme Court on 12th April barred the government from its bid towards privatizing Pakistan International Airlines and ordered to construe a commission...

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