Pakistan’s parliament passes bill to save top leaders from contempt of court
The upper house of Pakistan’s Parliament has passed a bill to protect top leaders from contempt of court and thwart the Supreme Court’s efforts to push the Prime Minister into reopening graft cases against President Asif Ali Zardari.
The government has decided to delay the submission of response to the Supreme Court attributing to the NRO implementation case.
Supreme Court’s Suggestion on saving Great Indian Bustard
The Supreme Court of India has given its suggestion in the behalf of the critically endangered Great...
Pakistan to remain on Grey List of FATF
The Global anti-terrorism watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) decided to maintain Pakistan i...
Global Firepower Index, 2021
The Global Firepower Index ranks the countries based on their potential military strength. India was...
Pakistan permits Dubai Royals to hunt “Houbara Bustard”
Pakistan recently issued special permits to Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum and fi...
Pakistan to create National Sex Offenders Register
President Arif Alvi of Pakistan recently passed the Anti-Rape Ordinance 2020. The ordinance was pass...
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2012
Topics: Asif Ali • Asif Ali Zardari • Bhutto family • In Pakistan • Pakistan • Pakistani people • Prime Ministers of Pakistan • Punjabi people • Supreme Court of India • Supreme Court of Pakistan • Zardari
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