The roots of the Supreme Court’s current polarization can be traced back to the tenure of Iftikhar Chaudhry
In an address, PPP chairman claims neither Shehbaz Sharif, nor Imran Khan will be prime minister if crises continue
The general public can hardly be blamed for holding institutions at fault if prominent individuals’ actions bring them into disrepute
Two-member bench seeks government stance in light of 2013 ruling that found allocation at sole discretion of P.M./C.M. ‘unconstitutional’
Prime minister says Pakistan no longer has to pay the $1.2 billion penalty imposed on it for breach of contract
The Iftikhar Chaudhry-led Supreme Court’s ruling against JJVL isn’t in the realm of controversy; it is in the realm of absurdity
Rifts within Pakistan’s Supreme Court over the appropriate application of its suo motu powers
The judiciary would do well to avoid tackling any political cases
After the judgment against Nawaz Sharif
In conversation with Asma Jahangir
The Panama Papers case is far from over
Mashal Khan, another nail in the state’s coffin
Are Pakistan’s lawyers completely out of order?
Arbitration ruling says Islamabad ‘unlawfully’ denied mining license to Tethyan Copper Company.
Musharraf is not the bogeyman.
How effective was Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali’s tenure in the Supreme Court of Pakistan?
Both the PMLN and the PTI have lessons to learn from the dharna that wasn’t.
Parliament should address the genuine concerns of the courts.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should be lauded for letting go of his personal animosity toward Pervez Musharraf.
The state remains beholden to the Army despite two successive civilian governments.