Pak court orders probe into hand chopping of thieves by police

A Pakistani court has finally taken notice of a gruesome incident in which police allegedly chopped off the left hand of two thieves in Punjab province and asked a lower court to investigate the incident.

Pakistan court allows Musharraf to go abroad

Beleaguered Pervez Musharraf may be able to fly abroad after a fortnight with a Pakistani court today ordering the government to lift a travel ban slapped on the former military ruler last year.

Pakistani court summons Musharraf in Baloch leader Akbar Bugti murder case

A Pakistani anti-terrorist court has ordered former military dictator Pervez Musharraf to personally appear at the next hearing in the murder case of Baloch tribal leader Akbar Bugti, an official said today.

Pakistani Court investigating Meera`s `sex tape`

A Pakistan court has ordered an investigation to be conducted in a sex tape that purportedly features Meera and her husband Naveed Pervaiz.

Pak court adjourns Mumbai attacks case till Jan 29

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court hearing the case of seven men, including LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, charged with involvement in the Mumbai attacks has adjourned the hearing till January 29.

Pak court reserves judgement on Musharraf travel ban

A Pakistani court on Monday reserved judgement on a request by former military ruler Pervez Musharraf for permission to travel abroad to see his sick mother.

Pakistani court stops airing of Indian, foreign films on TV

A Pakistani court has stopped the screening of foreign films, serials and television shows, especially Indian content, on the country`s TV channels, triggering panic and outrage among exhibitors and viewers.

Pak court dismisses Rashid Latif`s petition seeking new PCB board, constitution

A Pakistani court has reportedly dismissed the petition of former captain Rashid Latif seeking court directions for the formation of a new cricket board and a fresh constitution.

Lankan team attack: Pak court cancels bail of prime suspect

The bail of the prime suspect, involved in the attack on Sri Lankan cricket team here in 2009, has been cancelled by a Pakistani court, overturning a provincial review board`s decision to free him.

Pakistani court orders retrial in Benazir Bhutto murder case

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court today ordered a retrial in the case related to former premier Benazir Bhutto`s assassination following the naming of Pervez Musharraf as the main accused.

Pakistani court orders retrial in Benazir Bhutto murder case

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court today ordered a retrial in the case related to former premier Benazir Bhutto`s assassination following the naming of Pervez Musharraf as the main accused.

Court orders removal of road blocks near Zardari`s home

A Pakistani court on Wednesday ordered the removal of road blocks around President Asif Ali Zardari`s private residence and several government buildings here despite pleas from officials that such a step could lead to security risks.

Musharraf to be tried at his farmhouse in judges case

A Pakistani court on Thursday allowed the trial of former Pak Prez Pervez Musharraf for sacking and detaining judges in 2007 to be conducted at his farmhouse.

Pak court observes Zardari should have quit as PPP head

The Chief Justice further observed that it had asked the President not to conduct political activities in the presidency.

Pak court stays Bhagat Singh renaming

The Tehrik-e-Hurmat-e-Rasool, a movement launched by the Jamaat-ud-Dawah, had filed the petition against a move by authorities to rename the roundabout.

Pak minister indicted for possessing fake degree

A Pakistani court indicted a provincial minister for possessing a fake degree and adjourned the case against him till November 15.

Block access to blasphemous material on internet: Pak court

A Pakistani court has directed the federal government to immediately block access to "blasphemous material" on Google and YouTube.

`Bar airing of malicious content against judiciary`

A Pakistani court has directed the country`s media regulator to bar all TV channels from airing programmes or talk shows that contain "malicious" content against judges and the judiciary.

Pak court bars cable operators from airing anti-Islam films

A Pakistani court ordered the country`s media regulator to bar cable operators from airing films and dramas based on the life of prophets.

Pak court disposes of petition filed by terror suspects

A Pakistani court disposed of a petition filed by three men seeking protection from possible arrest by security agencies after they were described by the Indian media as terrorists.