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  • Pakistan paid millions in lawsuits during PML-N rule: Firdous

    ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet was informed on Tuesday that the country had paid over $100 million in international litigation during the last three years of the government led by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)...

    Cabinet approves appointment of Zulfi Bukhari as tourism chief, drug prices reductionThe cabinet approved the appointment of Minister of State for Overseas Pakistanis Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari as chairman of the...

  • ThinkFest Lahore delves into what, why and where is the 'rule of law' in Pakistan

    What remained front and centre in the discussions this year was a special focus on finding Pakistan's internal bearings in the current political climate...

    In the session Jiss ki Lathi uss ki Bhains? The Rule of Law in Pakistan, moderated by legal advisor Reema Omer and featuring lawyers Babar Sattar, Amber Darr and Salman Akram, the panel delved into the concept of 'rule of law', how it pans out in domestic politics and its crucial...

  • United crush City to rule Manchester again

    MANCHESTER: Manchester United put the boot into Manchester City and restored red ascendancy in the city thanks to a crushing 4-2 derby victory at Old Trafford on Sunday that moved them four points clear of their ailing rivals...

    Chelsea look too far ahead for third-placed United's late charge and took another step towards the title by moving seven points clear at the top after Cesc Fabregas's 88th minute winner snatched a 1-0 win at...
  • SHC seeks govt comments on governor rule, invoking Article 245 in Sindh

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court on Wednesday directed the federal and provincial governments to file their respective replies on a constitutional petition seeking governor rule or powers to the armed forces for continuation of the Karachi operation launched by the Pakistan Rangers (Sindh)...

    Petitioner Advocate Maulvi Iqbal Haider, a practising lawyer and chairman of his little-known party Awami Himayat Tehreek Pakistan, impleaded the...

  • Violation of air safety rule: CAA yet to take action against PIA pilot

    KARACHI: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has so far taken no serious action against a senior pilot of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) who had allegedly invited a passenger to the cockpit during an international flight in May, it is learnt here reliably...

    According to highly placed sources, CAA has let off the highly influential pilot, Capt Shehzad Aziz, who had violated an air safety rule and risked the lives of hundreds of...

  • Lawsuit targets Trump's rollback of birth-control rule

    Two national advocacy groups filed a federal lawsuit in Indiana on Tuesday challenging a rule change by President Donald Trump's administration allowing more employers to opt out of no-cost birth control for workers...

    Under new rules issued October 7 by the US Department of Health and Human Services, employers and universities are allowed to cite religious or moral objections in order to end birth control coverage that was available...

  • If civilians rule

    THE idea may seem heretical and even scary to some: how would Pakistan do if civilians had full control? Civilians rule today but the ‘ministries’ of foreign/security policies reside in Pindi...

    But an odd logic rules Pakistan...

  • Praetorian rule of law

    They are supposed to be deployed by the chief commissioner, or his deputy, of the capital administration and work with the police in counterterrorism, patrolling and maintaining law and order when called upon to do so...

    However, he knows that the military and civil armed forces under the command of serving army officers follow the praetorian rule of law under their own chain of command...

  • ‘Daska killings mock the rule of law’

    LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) central leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Friday the Sharif brothers should keep in mind that their rule was a blessing of lawyers’ movement aimed at restoration of democracy and independent judiciary in the country...

    PTI Punjab organiser Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar said those were regarded powerful people in Pakistan, who mocked the law...

  • Zimbabwe rule out cancellation of third ODI

    A press release issued by Lovemore Banda, the Zimbabwe board’s media manager, said that following assurances given by police, the team had decided to go ahead with the one-day international slated for Sunday — the last fixture of their Pakistan visit...

    “Following a blast which occurred during the second ODI between Pakistan and Zimbabwe in Lahore on Friday night, the city police chief met the Zimbabwe touring party...

  • Bears continue to rule at PSX; benchmark index down 266 points

    The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) experienced another bearish session on Thursday with the benchmark KSE-100 Index plunging 266 points, or 0...

    Senior analyst Ahsan Mehanti said stocks closed lower amid investor concerns over economic uncertainty after the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics reported a $9bn record trade deficit for Jul-Sep 2017...

  • Army chief lays stress on upholding of rule of law

    ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday again emphasised upholding the rule of law and supremacy of the Consti­tution and underscored that the army was committed to its job of national defence and security...

    “COAS directed that efforts must continue, in concert with other elements of national power to defeat terrorism/militancy in order to establish rule of Law and uphold supremacy of Constitution,” the...

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