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New Pakistan govt hell-bent on prosecuting Musharraf
Pervez Musharraf may become the first dictator in Pakistan's history to face trial for high treason as the new government has decided to go ahead with a case against him for abrogating the......
Pak govt refuses to put Musharraf on trial for treason
In a temporary relief to former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan's caretaker government informed the Supreme Court that it would not file treason charges against him, saying such a move......
Pak security agencies holding at least 700 without trial
Pakistani security agencies are holding at least 700 people indefinitely without trial in connection with the ‘war on terror’, the country's top law officer informed the supreme court......
26/11 case: Indian legal experts' team in Pakistan
A four-member team of Indian legal experts has arrived in Pakistan to finalise the terms of reference of a judicial commission that is expected to visit India next year to gather evidence on the......
There is no political cell within ISI: Pak govt tells SC
Pakistan's defence ministry on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that there is no political cell within the Inter Services Intelligence, adding another twist to a case regarding the powerful spy......
Pak beat India to enter Champions hockey final; Germany end Aus reign
India and Pakistan players in a goal-mouth melee during the second semi-final of the Champions Trophy hockey tournament, at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, on Saturday. Photograph: PTI ......
England demolish Pakistan 8-2; register best-ever win in Champions Trophy
England's players celebrate scoring a goal against Pakistan. An impressive England demolished Pakistan 8-2 in their second Pool A match to register their best-ever win in the history of the FIH......
Pak retain Misbah, Hafeez for SA Tests; omit openers Farhat, Umar
Pakistan retained under-fire skipper Misbah-ul Haq and out-of-form Muhammad Hafeez, but dropped tall left-arm pacer Muhammad Irfan from the 28-man probables’ list for the two-Test series......
Rana wants PCB to remove ban on players
Pakistani fast bowler Rana Naved-ul-Hasan demanded the cricket board (PCB) to remove bans and fines on all the affected players collectively who were penalised in March for indiscipline on the......
PCB arbitrator lifts Shoaib Malik ban
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) lifted Shaoib Malk's 12-month ban for ill-discipline on Saturday, making the former captain available for selection to the national team. "I have decided to uphold......
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