Category: law

Sindh High Court Suggests an Interim Minimum Wage

Sindh High Court Suggests an Interim Minimum Wage

An interim minimum wage was suggested by the Sindh High Court (SHC) to be decided among parties for an interim period until a final decision regarding the setting of a minimum wage limit is announced.…

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‘Supremacy of law’ Above All: PM Imran Khan

‘Supremacy of law’ Above All: PM Imran Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan in an address on Monday said that the government of Pakistan is working towards ensuring the supremacy of law, encompassing all as, the country cannot move forward without it. Addressing an…

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Lawyers to boycott all courts on Sept 9

Lawyers to boycott all courts on Sept 9

Lawyers from around the country will boycott all courts on September 9 due to disagreements with the judiciary over the elevation of judges to the Supreme Court. In a letter to the Supreme Court registrar,…

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The PHA is considering imposing limitations on TikTokers.

The PHA is considering imposing limitations on TikTokers.

Following the harassing incident at Greater Iqbal Park, Vice-Chairperson Hafiz Zeeshan Rashid of the Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) has requested that videography by social media content providers be monitored in public parks across the…

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Senate panel rejects 3 bills

Senate panel rejects 3 bills

Despite clearance by the ministries of maritime affairs, law, the federal cabinet, and the National Assembly, the Senate Standing Committee on Maritime Affairs rejected three proposals on Monday, prompting Treasury lawmakers to organize a walkout.…

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Justice Bandial, as the New Acting CJP

Justice Bandial, as the New Acting CJP

In a small ceremony attended only by a few senior lawyers and officials, under the assistance of Justice Isa, Justice Ata Bandial was sworn in as the new acting Chief Justice. Justice Qazi Faez Isa…

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Prime Minister Imran Khan announces the first phase of the Single National Curriculum.

Prime Minister Imran Khan announces the first phase of the Single National Curriculum.

Pakistan’s prime minister, speaking at a ceremony, claimed that English-medium education subjects the population to “mental enslavement.” Prime Minister Imran Khan slammed the mindset of Pakistani students who become “slaves” to other cultures in their…

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PEMRA’s power to suspend TV networks is declared ‘illegal’ by the SHC.

PEMRA’s power to suspend TV networks is declared ‘illegal’ by the SHC.

The SHC decides that the Pemra chief’s powers are unconstitutional because they are not governed by any rules. According to the sources, the Sindh High Court has deemed the chairman of the Pakistan Electronic Media…

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A new industrial policy is being implemented.

A new industrial policy is being implemented.

The dispute over premature de-industrialization in developing economies is based on the assumption that unrestricted trade, the removal of protective tariffs, and the reduction of subsidies are harmful to local industry. Image source: dawn The…

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The Punjab government has set aside a quota for transgender individuals.

The Punjab government has set aside a quota for transgender individuals.

The Punjab government has permitted transgender people to work in the police and health sectors for the first time. According to a spokeswoman on Wednesday, regular inductions will be made in both departments in the…

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