Eight-member bench issues order suspending bill before it becomes law to ‘prevent imminent danger’ of alleged limits to judicial independence
Law minister says he hopes eight-member bench will be dissolved today and case taken up again, if necessary, once bill becomes law
Upper House also sees acrimony between government, opposition over ECP ruling in PTI’s prohibited funding case
Minority lawmakers protest decision, stressing this move risks making life a ‘living hell’ for non-Muslims in Pakistan
Adviser to the P.M. on Climate Change says introducing electric vehicles will also reduce country’s oil import bill and prove economical
Pennsylvania education board threatens to place in foster care children with pending school meal debts
Majority in parliament’s justice commission voted to remove proposed legislation from agenda.
Exodus of aid and foreign investment threatens to collapse war-torn nation’s economy.
PESCO targets religious consciences in fresh bid to reduce power theft.