LAHORE - Pakistan Muslim League-N chief Nawaz Sharif today demanded immediate release of the lawyers, representatives of civil society and politicians arrested by police for participating in the lawyers’ long march.
NEW DELHI - A city court Thursday extended by five days the police custody of two alleged members of the Indian Mujahideen outfit who are accused of sending terror e-mails to the media before the serial bombings in the country last year.
ISLAMABAD - Thousands of Pakistani lawyers Thursday began a Long March to demand restoration of Supreme Court judges sacked two years ago, ignoring both a police crackdown and the government plea on maintaining order during the stir.
NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court on Thursday absolved two men accused of murdering a man thirty years ago.
ISLAMABAD - Fascism of the worst kind was in evidence as the Pakistani government moved to counter the lawyers’ Long March that began Thursday, taking the country ‘downwards in the direction of totalitarianism’, a leading English daily said as another warned of the inevitability of violence during the protest.
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ISLAMABAD - Pakistani lawyers Thursday began their long march from Karachi to demand restoration of Supreme Court judges sacked two years back, as over 400 opposition activists across Punjab were rounded up in a major crackdown by the police on the eve of the march and the sit-in planned here next Monday.
IPOH - A high court has told an ethnic Indian presiding officer that he is ‘part of the government’ and hence cannot engage private lawyers to defend himself.
LAHORE - Over 400 opposition activists across Punjab have been rounded up in a major crackdown by the police ahead of the lawyers’ long march scheduled to start Thursday and sit-in planned in Islamabad next Monday.