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Peshawar High Court Chief Justice Dost Mohammad Khan inaugurated Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Judicial Academy here on Thursday, saying that the academy was first of its kind in the country which would impart training to all stakeholders related to judicial
The Peshawar High Court was informed on Tuesday that around 1,035 detainees had been freed by security forces over a couple of months on the court orders, while another 895 had been shifted to notified internment centres in Malakand region .
The ravaging of religious structures is but one way that minorities suffer rampant socioeconomic discrimination in Pakistan in silence. Thus, while the chief justice of the high court took a courageous step in requiring protection for minorities,
Unidentified men on Sunday vandalised a historic Hindu temple in Peshawar city of northwest Pakistan that was reopened on the orders of a court last year, police officials and local residents said. The attackers burnt pictures and damaged a shivling
The Peshawar High Court on Thursday directed the federal and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa governments to respond in writing to a writ petition, which sought registration of a treason case against former Kohat MNA Javed Ibrahim Paracha, provincial prisons
Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani is still the legal and constitutional chief executive of Pakistan, although he has lost all moral or political legitimacy to hold the office, Pakistan Bar Council (PBC) vice-chairman Akhtar Hussain said on
Thousands of workers from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would take part in the rally of Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf on May 6 in Islamabad to show solidarity with the judiciary, said party leader Iftikhar Khan Jhagra. Addressing a press conference here on Wednesday,
This was a public interest case moved by the legal heirs of the Airblue crash victims and former MNA Marvi Memon. The court has also issued a show cause notice to the Bhoja management and the CAA asking why the airline operations should not be
Peshawar High Court (PHC) Chief Justice Dost Mohammad Khan has said that polio eradication was a legal and constitutional responsibility of the government and the court will take notice of every polio case in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and fix responsibility.
In a first, the Peshawar High Court has appointed three women civil judges as Aala Ilaqa Qazi to the once militancy-infested Malakand division. The appointments were part of the transfers and postings of 122 judicial officers, including 11 district