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26/11 plotter Lakhvi to remain in jail: Pakistan SC

The Supreme Court of Pakistan, Wednesday, set aside Islamabad High Court's (IHC) decision to suspend the detention of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi.

The apex court declared the IHC's order releasing Lakhvi from jail as void. He will remain in jail.

Pak SC adjourns Sharif disqualification hearing till Oct 2

Pakistan's Supreme Court on Monday adjourned till October 2 the hearing of a plea to disqualify Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for allegedly lying to the parliament over asking the army to mediate a truce with anti- government protesters.

Pak SC criticizes govt for failing to take action against Musharraf

The SC of Pakistan said that the federal government has failed to take action against ex-president Pervez Musharraf for violating the Constitution.

Pak SC bans land deals around minority shrines

Pakistan`s SC imposed a complete ban on the transfer and development of land around shrines of minority communities.

Dual nationality case: Malik asked to appear before court

The apex court recently disqualified 11 federal and provincial lawmakers and said Malik stands to lose his membership of the Senate or upper house of parliament.

Pak SC takes up petitions against new contempt law

Pakistan`s Supreme Court began hearing a bunch of petitions against a new contempt of court law aimed at protecting top government functionaries.

Gilani could be disqualified for 5 years: Pak SC

Earlier, Pakistan SC convicted Gilani of contempt and gave him a symbolic sentence of less than a minute on April 26.

No more hearing opportunity to Musharraf: Pak SC

The FIA has accused Musharraf of failing to
cooperate with investigators probing the assassination.

Pak: Abducted Hindu females sent to women`s house

A three-judge bench ordered police officers to escort Rinkle Kumari and
Lata Kumai to the Panah women`s

Gilani in for more trouble?

Gilani faces the possibility of another case being
filed against him for alleged misuse of authority.

PM Gilani not an honest man: Pakistan SC

The Prime Minister had shown loyalty to his political party rather than the Constitution, the Supreme Court said.

Pak SC rejects govt petition seeking review of NRO ruling

The government sought a review of SC`s December 2009 ruling declaring as unconstitutional the National Reconciliation Ordinance.

Pak SC presses govt to reopen graft cases against Zardari

Pakistan`s Supreme Court on Friday
directed the Law Ministry to prepare a fresh proposal for the
Prime Minister regarding the implementation of its verdict
annulling a graft amnesty that benefited President Asif Ali

Pak SC would deliver verdict on unconstitutional actions: Chaudhry

Pak SC Chief
Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry on Wednesday said a larger bench hearing
challenges to a constitutional reforms package would deliver a
verdict that will scuttle the possibility of unconstitutional
actions in future.

Pak SC to take up Zardari graft amnesty case on May 25

A 17-member bench of Pakistan`s Supreme Court will take up on May 25 a petition filed by the government seeking a review of the court`s verdict annulling a graft amnesty that benefited President Zardari and thousands of others.

Pak SC adjourns Lakhvi`s hearing in a 26/11case

Pakistan`s Supreme Court on Tuesday
adjourned for two weeks the hearing of LeT commander Zakiur
Rehman Lakhvi`s petition seeking his acquittal in a case
related to the Mumbai attacks.

Mush ‘equal beneficiary’ of NRO, must be held accountable: Pak SC

Holding former president General Pervez Musharraf an ‘equal beneficiary’ of NRO, the Supreme Court has called Musharraf to be held accountable for giving shape to the controversial law.

Petition for trial of Musharraf for treason filed in SC

In what could spell fresh trouble for the ex-Pak President, a petition was filed in Supreme Court on Saturday seeking the trial of former military ruler Pervez Musharraf for high treason, a news
report said.