Pak court orders speedy trial in Benazir assassination case

A Pakistani court on Wednesday directed an anti-terrorism court to conduct daily hearings in the 2007 Benazir Bhutto assassination case and to conclude the trial within three months.

Pak court questions govt`s move to create new states

A Pakistani court has questioned the legal status of a parliamentary commission on forming new provinces, reflecting the tensions between the PPP and judiciary.

Pak Court bench hearing petition against Kayani dissolved

A bench of a Pakistani court that was to take up a petition challenging an extension granted to Army Chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani was dissolved.

Petition in Pak court seeking ban on anti-Islam film

A petition has been filed in a Pakistani court seeking an immediate ban on access to an anti-Islam film on the internet.

Pak court adjourns 26/11 trial till May 19

The trial of the suspects has stalled due to various technical issues for the past year.

Pak court asks police to reply in Veena Malik`s petition case

A Pakistani court has issued a notice to police after admitting a petition seeking the registration of a criminal case against actress Veena Malik for defaming the country and the ISI by allegedly doing a nude photo shoot for an Indian magazine.

Pak court rejects Lakhvi`s petition

A Pakistani court dismissed a
petition filed by LeT commander Zakiur Rehman
Lakhvi, seeking the
transfer of his trial from Rawalpindi to Lahore.

Pak court adjourns hearing on Sarabjit-linked peti

Sarabjit has been on death row since he was convicted
for alleged involvement in four bomb blasts in 1990 that
killed 14 people.

Pak court remands 4 cops in fake encounter case

A Pakistani court on Tuesday remanded
four policemen, including a senior officer, to police custody
for six days in connection with the killing of a youth in a
"fake encounter" in this eastern city.

File reply on JuD chief`s petition by May 5: Pak court to govt

A Pakistani court on Tuesday gave the
Defence Ministry time till May 5 to file a reply to
Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed`s petition.

Pak court issues summons to Attorney General in Musharraf case

Attorney General Maulvi Anwar-ul-Haq was summoned to present the federal
authorities` stance on a petition demanding the removal of
former President Pervez Musharraf`s name from all government
records.

Pak court adjourns hearing in Musharraf`s extradition case

A Pakistani court on Tuesday adjourned
till April 7 the hearing of petitions seeking the extradition
of former President Pervez Musharraf from Britain and
registration of a case of high treason against him.

Pak court seeks Def Ministry response on Saeed`s 26/11 plea

A Pakistani court on Tuesday asked the
Defence Ministry to respond by April 19 to a petition filed by
Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed.

Pak court adjourns Davis case till March 16

A Pakistani court adjourned till March 16 a case against suspected CIA contractor Raymond Davis, arrested for gunning down two men, after defence lawyers sought more time to study documents filed by the prosecution.

American national granted bail by a Pak court

A Pakistani court granted bail to suspected US security contractor Aaron Mark DeHaven, arrested for not possessing valid travel documents, hours after another court extended his judicial remand till March 18.

Judicial remand of American arrested in Pak extended

A Pakistani court extended till March 18 the judicial remand of a US national arrested on charges of not possessing valid travel documents.

Take action against US consulate driver: Pak court tells police

Pak court directed police to take action against US consulate driver.

Davis case: Pak court seeks reply from government

A Pakistani court on Monday sought
replies from the federal and Punjab governments on two
petitions seeking directives for obtaining the records of a US
official arrested for shooting and killing two men.

Pak court adjourns Saeed`s petition to defend him in US court

Saeed contended he had the right to seek aid from the
government as it had decided to defend Inter-Services
Intelligence officials named in the lawsuit.

Pak court frames charges against prominent pro-Taliban cleric

The trial of Sufi Muhammad, the father-in-law of
absconding Taliban commander Maulana Fazlullah, is being
conducted within the heavily guarded Central Prison in
Peshawar.