Pakistani court gives 55-year jail term to 86 members of radical party for participating in violent rallies against acquittal of Aasia Bibi
A Pakistani court has sentenced 86 members of Tehreek-e-Labbaik party to 55-year prison terms each for taking part in violent rallies in 2018 over the acquittal of Aasia Bibi, a Christian woman, in a blasphemy case
Polling is finally over, and counting of votes has begun in what is likely to be one of the most controversial general elections in Pakistan. What remains to be seen is who’ll have the last laugh — the voter or the "agriculture department"
The Pakistan Army, assisted by a partisan judiciary is "blatantly meddling" in the 25 July elections, the country's former top envoy to the US has alleged
Pakistan polls: HC judge's revolt is sad but unremarkable; judiciary has never been free of army's interference
Islamabad High Court's Justice Shaukat Siddiqui has alleged that Pakistan's ISI is pressuring judges to fix verdicts and remove from the election candidates the army dislikes.
The judiciary in Pakistan has always been afflicted with flawed and discriminatory judgments, more than often denying justice to the lot seeking redressal for justice
ICJ intervention in Kulbhushan Jadhav's case may pave way for his liberty, says Sarabjit' lawyer Awais Sheikh
Sheikh now resides in Sweden after being offered permanent refuge by the Swedish government in 2013. He had to leave Pakistan owing to the multiple life-threatening attacks on him for representing Sarabjit.
A Pakistani judge threw out charges of attempted murder against a nine-month-old baby on Saturday.