Judiciary’s independence failed to produce desired results: PM Khan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has assured to extend every possible cooperation to the judiciary in dispensing speedy and inexpensive justice to the common man. Addressing a ceremony in connection with the ground-breaking of Islamabad District Courts’ building, the prime

Impartiality of judiciary

The recent decision of the Supreme Court against senior Justice Qazi Faez Isa has set a new precedent which has created a rift with the judiciary. Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed restrained the judge from hearing any cases involving

Will YouTube be banned in ‘Digital Pakistan’?

The Supreme Court has taken note of ‘objectionable material’ on social media and has once against hinted at banning the video-sharing platform YouTube in Pakistan. The top court objected to unregulated content on social media, particularly comments regarding the judiciary,

SC indicts cleric on contempt charges for insulting judiciary

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Wednesday indicted cleric Mirza Iftikharuddin on contempt charges for using derogatory video against the judiciary and senior judges in a viral video. A two-member bench of the apex court, comprising Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed and

Maryam Nawaz’s case

The federal cabinet has outrightly rejected a request by Maryam Nawaz to remove her name from the Exit Control List and thus enable her to travel abroad. The fiasco that occurred when her father and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif

PM vs. CJP

The aftermath of the controversial decision to allow former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to travel abroad for medical treatment is creating a rift between two key pillars of the state. After NAB distanced itself from the misadventure, a blame game