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I will stand for justice for my dad: Daughter of US man killed at Pakistan blasphemy trial

Washington: Daughter of the US national, who was shot dead in a Pakistan court, has revealed she has received 'nasty threats' but was not deterred by them.

Islamabad: Court disposes three identical petitions filed against construction of Hindu temple

Islamabad:  The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday disposed of three identical petitions filed against the construction of a Hindu temple in Pakistan capital city Islamabad.

Mockery of justice: Daniel Pearl's father on Pakistan court order on releasing Omar Sheikh

Washington/IBNS: At a time when the world is fighting against the COVID-19 outbreak, Pakistan is busy letting terrorists go free. This is evident from the fact when a court in Sindh on Thursday commuted the death sentence of Ahmed Omer Saeed Sheikh- who was convicted 18 years ago for abducting and murdering the South Asia bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal Daniel Pearl- to seven years, prompting the slain scribe's father call the move a 'mockery of justice'.

Pakistan court commutes death sentence of main accused in Daniel Pearl murder case to 7 years

Islamabad/IBNS: A Pakistan court on Thursday commuted the death sentence of militant Ahmed Omer Saeed Sheikh, who was convicted 18 years ago for abducting and murdering the South Asia bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal, to seven years, media reports said.

Pakistani Christian girl's case: Court says marriage of abducted underage girl valid as per Sharia law

Islamabad/IBNS: In what came as a shock to many, a Pakistan court has ruled as legal the marriage of a minor Christian girl who was abducted, converted and then married to a Muslim man. The court said the marriage of Huma was legal under the Sharia law.

While PM Imran Khan attacks India over 'fascism', Pakistan court sentences scholar to death on blasphemy charges

Islamabad/IBNS: At a time when Pakistan PM Imran Khan shames 'secular' India on what he calls is now following a “Hindutva Supremacist fascist ideology”, the Islamic nation is pronouncing death sentences for blasphemy. The latest is a Multan court on Saturday sentencing Junaid Hafeez, a former university lecturer, to death on blasphemy charges.

Pakistani Sikh girl conversion: High Court directs officials to record her statement, let her go as per her wish

Islamabad/IBNS: The Pakistan High Court has directed officials to record the statement of Sikh girl Jagjit Kaur who was allegedly converted and married to a Muslim man in the country a few months ago, officials said. The incident had triggered an outrage of the Sikh community worldwide and clamour for safety of the minority communities in Pakistan riven by religious fundamentalism.

Pakistan court grants bail to former PM Nawaz Sharif on medical grounds in Chaudhry Sugar Mills case

Islamabad/IBNS: A Pakistani court on Friday granted bail to country's former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the Chaudhry Sugar Mills case, media reports said.  

PML-N announces replacement candidates for disqualified Maryam Nawaz Sharif

Islamabad, July 7 (IBNS): Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on Saturday named candidates they have selected as a replacement for Maryam Nawaz Sharif after she was disqualified from contesting in the upcoming polls following the verdict in the  Avenfield case.

Pakistan court frees JuD chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed

Islamabad, Nov 22 (IBNS): in a major development, a review board, comprising judges of the Lahore High Court, refused to extend the detention of  Jamaatud Dawa’s (JuD) chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, media reports said on Wednesday.

Pakistan court bans V-day celebrations in public places

Islamabad, Feb 13 (IBNS): A Pakistani court on Mondayprohibited celebration of Valentine’s Day in public places in the nation.