The prison authorities in KP have declined to send appeals of five death-row prisoners convicted by military courts to the Supreme Court and their execution is likely to go ahead without them exercising their right of appeal, lawyer-activist Shabbir Hussain Gigyani has told
The KP Bar Council called on CJP Umar Ata Bandial to put the issue of elevation of high court judges to SC, on the supplementary agenda of the Judicial Commission's meeting which is to consider the appointment of nine judges to the Sindh High Court on March 16.
In a rare move, the Pakistan Bar Council has submitted a complaint of misconduct against Justice Mazahar Ali Naqvi to the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC), seeking a thorough probe into the alleged audio leaks attributed to the Supreme Court judge.
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In a convention held in the city on Thursday, women home-based workers celebrated the approval of the long awaited Punjab Home Based Workers' Act 2023 coinciding with the celebration of International Women's Day.

Rights Watch | 7 March 2023

Hindu Students Attacked During Holi Celebration at Punjab University; 15 Injured 15 Hindu students were injured in an alleged attack by IJT activists during a Holi celebration at Punjab University. The attackers used violence against the students despite receiving permission...
PTI chief Imran Khan on Monday challenged the PEMRA's ban on broadcasting his speeches in the LHC while media and human rights organisations opposed the restriction on free speech in the country.
The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday issued notice to the Lahore deputy commissioner (DC) and city police for March 7 (tomorrow) on a petition challenging the denial of permission to hold the Aurat March on International Women’s Day.

Rights Watch | 4 March 2023

Two Men Acquitted of Rape and Murder of Five-Year-Old Girl by Sindh High Court   Two men convicted of raping and murdering a five-year-old girl have been acquitted by the Sindh High Court. The appellants, Ghulam Haider and Muhammad Salah, had...
KP Bar Council has demanded early convening of the Judicial Commission to consider the elevation of PHC senior-most judges to the Supreme Court ahead of their retirement as it mounts a protest campaign against the non-elevation of judges from the province.