Thousands join Nawaz Sharif-led Long March

ISLAMABAD - Thousands of people comprising lawyers, political supporters and members of the civil society joined Sharif-left ‘Long March’, which has already gained wide media attention and publicity across the world, for being taken out against the Pakistan establishment.

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Pakistan’s deputy attorney general quits

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan’s Deputy Attorney General Abdul Hai Gilani resigned Sunday to protest the ‘torturing of lawyers, locking up of High Court and tear-gas shelling in Lahore’.

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Lawyer’s ‘Long March’ would further deteriorate law and order: Stratfor

LAHORE - A US-based geopolitical security and intelligence service has forecasted that the lawyer’s ‘Long March’, which is being stage to establish the rule of law, would end up being an unruly affair due to clashes between the PPP and the PML-N.

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Male officers not allowed to frisk women: Supreme Court

NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court has held that male officers cannot frisk women for the purpose of confiscating contraband materials like narcotics, as it is illegal.

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Defiant Sharif exhorts Pakistanis to commence ‘Long March’

LAHORE - A defiant former Pakistan Prime Minister and chief of the opposition Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Nawaz Sharif, on Sunday exhorted all Pakistanis to come out onto the streets and make the ‘Long March’ of politicians and lawyers a grand success.

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Rape victim’s statement is sufficient to nail accused: court

NEW DELHI - The statement of a rape victim is sufficient evidence to nail the accused, a city court has said in its order.

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