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Posts Tagged ‘Judiciary’

A Trap is set for Musharraf…!

By A Khokar • Apr 19th, 2013 • Category: Features

We did saw a big hype since created in the media that how very swiftly Musharraf may be arrested on his arrival….but this did not happen. The stooges of PPP and PML (N) who were once assisted in their reincarnation in Pakistan through NRO; how come they may show their cheeks to come up with [...]



Why the USA and Establishment are Afraid of 2013 Elections?

By captainjohann • Jan 24th, 2013 • Category: Lead Story, Politics, Worth A Second Look

The Zardari rule of Mr. 10% is coming to end.According to most of observers this rule was full of in efficiency, corruption, mismanagement etc.The Supreme court was against the regime from the beginning and an able PM in the form of Gillani was removed on its diktat.
Then there was the Memo gate and Osama raid, [...]



It is personal…

By Rai Azlan • Mar 27th, 2010 • Category: Features

It has always believed that the biggest problem with the government we have in all those years since 1960 have been the confusion in and by the person in power i.e. every dictator wanted and even tried to be democrat and a publically elected and chosen one turned into dictator. There is a saying that [...]



Are you Satisfied or Confused????

By Rai Azlan • Mar 18th, 2010 • Category: Politics

It was Sunday last year and date was 15th March 16, a strange day in our history. At one end Besant was being celebrated and on the other hand Long March to restore the judiciary was on. I have been in favor of free judiciary since I came across to the Quote of Hazrat Ali [...]



The Healthy Signs

By Farid Masood • Feb 16th, 2010 • Category: Features

Chief Justice of Pakistan recommended Justice Saqib Nisar (a judge of Lahore High Court) for appointment in Supreme Court and Chief Justice Lahore High Court Justice Khawaja Sharif to remain at his seat. Government had turn down his proposal and did it vice versa exposing the intensions to politicize senior Judiciary.
This act of government created [...]



What People expected from judiciary?

By Asad Ghauri • Aug 1st, 2009 • Category: Politics

Good going free judiciary of Pakistan,
Drone attacks rising
Sugar price on new hype
Milk price rising
Wheat price rising
Petrol price ,,,,,,,,,,
Well people in Pakistan that judiciary will take suo moto notices against those who do black market for these stuf but wow all is same judiciary is more interested in sorting his own problems and saving people in [...]



Back in the Saddle

By Talal Hussain Malik • Apr 22nd, 2009 • Category: Politics

CHIEF Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary showing his concern over the huge pendency of cases has directed the judiciary for their quick disposal, in which connection the High Courts are also conducting a meeting with the District and Sessions judges in the next week. It is said that justice delayed is justice denied, so the justice [...]



Whipping; the Ideology of Talibanic Shariah

By Dr RazaHaider • Apr 4th, 2009 • Category: Politics

“An act as criminal offence at any time in history is a criminal act and under no means can be put as chapter of verses.”



Shadows of Conspiracy

By Dr RazaHaider • Mar 19th, 2009 • Category: Politics

It’s a generation of goons and gamblers who been playing constitution and laws since decades. Here’s one more, all time man behind; Sharif uddin pirzada, who always escapes attention.



Long March: Another Historic Decision?

By Mudassar Jawad • Mar 19th, 2009 • Category: Politics

Hearing the news that Zardari government has decided to restore judges, I was relieved; I was relieved because country was saved from going into turmoil and uproar by Zardari deciding to retreat from his stance. Watching live coverage of jubilations and celebrations; people dancing on the streets, distributing sweets, excitement was everywhere, I was thinking [...]