November 29, 2022
International

India names a replacement for the retiring Supreme Court Chief Justice

The Supreme Court of India’s Chief Justice, Uday Umesh Lalit, was sworn in on Saturday, but he will only serve in that capacity for 74 days before he must retire in November.Justices of the Supreme Court must retire at age 65 in accordance with the Indian Constitution. According to seniority, the president appoints the chief […]

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PAKISTAN Politics

Hamza appeals the SC’s decision to remove him as CM

Hamza Shehbaz, a PML-N politician and former chief minister of Punjab, filed a lawsuit on Friday against the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Punjab Assembly deputy speaker’s decision to invalidate 10 votes cast for the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q), which gave Hamza the election victory. Through Mansoor Awan, Hamza petitioned the Supreme Court for […]

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PAKISTAN

ECP releases a list of the delineated voting districts for the next general elections

The delineation of constituencies has been finished, and the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is prepared to hold the upcoming general elections at any time. All national and provincial seats have had their constituencies properly defined. Additionally, the ECP has dropped all criticisms of the constituency delineation. It had promised the Supreme Court that the […]

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PAKISTAN

Hamza Shahbaz arrives in London for a personal visit

LONDON: Hamza Shahbaz, the former chief minister of Punjab, is in London for a private visit. Hamza will remain in London for a few days, according to PML-N officials. The former chief minister will have a meeting with party leader Nawaz Sharif while he is in London. Sharif has been living there since 2019. Hamza […]

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PAKISTAN

Fawad Chaudhry to the government: “Banning Imran Khan, PTI is not up to you.”

Fawad Chaudhry, the leader of the PTI, said on Wednesday that “it is not up to you” to ban Imran Khan or the party in response to the government’s statement that it may file a declaration against the party in the Supreme Court. His comments came after Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah stated that the government […]

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PAKISTAN

JCP’s authority to appoint judges is to be limited by a measure introduced by a PPP senator

ISLAMABAD: On Monday, PPP Senator Farooq H Naek introduced a constitutional amendment bill in the Senate with the goal of limiting the Judicial Commission of Pakistan’s (JCP) authority over the selection of judges for the higher courts and granting the parliamentary committee a significant voice in the decision-making process. The bill was referred to the […]

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PAKISTAN

CJP Bandial: During the Punjab by-elections, the SC didn’t interfere with any institution’s activities

ISLAMABAD: On Monday, Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial stated regarding the most recent by-elections in Punjab that the Supreme Court did not interfere with any institution’s work but rather supported it, which resulted in free and fair elections. When he was in charge of a two-member bench hearing a case involving the […]

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