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Man who hears colour

Artist Neil Harbisson is completely colour-blind but he says a camera attached to his head allows him to hear colour. “Until I was 11, I didn’t know I could only see in

D&SJ to hear Moonis’ case

Lahore District and Sessions Judge (D&SJ) Mujahid Mustaqeem shall commence the hearing of National Insurance Corporation Limited (NICL) scam against Moonis Elahi and others today (Tuesday). Earlier, presiding officer Malik Abdul Rasheed,

SC to hear ZAB case reopening reference on 13th

ISLAMABAD – Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on Monday fixed April 13 the date to start hearing the presidential reference seeking the reopening of the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto “judicial murder” case.
The reference was filed in the Supreme Court by President Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday under its advisory jurisdiction seeking an opinion on revisiting the death sentence awarded to the former prime minister. The Supreme Court, under its constitutional

SC to hear NRO, 18th Amend cases from 11th

ISLAMABAD – Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary on Thursday constituted a 17-member larger bench to hear NRO review petitions and the 18th Amendment cases.
The larger bench will hear Civil Review Petitions No 129 of 2010 (Federation of Pakistan through Secretary Ministry of Law and Justice and Parliamentary Affairs versus Dr Mobashir Hassan, etc “challenging the NRO”) from April 11, 2011 and will commence hearing on the 18th Amendment case from April 18, 2011.

CJ constitutes bench to hear Civil Review Petition

ISLAMABAD – Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary has constituted a four member larger bench to hear the Civil Review Petition.
According to a press release issued here on Tuesday, the bench would hear Civil Review Petition Nos 46 & 47 of 2011 in Constitution Petition Nos. 11 & 18 of 2011 regarding non acceptance of recommendation of Judicial Commission by Parliamentary Committee with respect to the Judges of Lahore High Court and High Court of Sindh on Friday.

LHC CJ refuses to hear petition

LAHORE: Lahore High Court (LHC) Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry on Friday refused to hear a petition challenging the acquittal and release of Raymond Davis by trial court, and sent the petition to the bench of Justice Iftikhar Hussein Chaudhry to determine if it was maintainable or not. Barrister Iqbal Jafferi, disputing Davis’ release, filed the petition. Iqbal argued that the trial court had violated Sharia Law because Fahim’s widow was not ready to pardon Davis. The widow

LHC to hear petition challenging NAB Punjab DG’s appointment

LAHORE – A Lahore High Court (LHC) division bench on Tuesday will hear a petition challenging appointment of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Punjab Director General (DG) Rana Zahid Mehmood. On Monday, the LHC chief justice (CJ) directed the petitioner’s counsel Azhar Siddique to file a new petition along with Zahid’s appointment notification and other necessary documents.
The bench consisting of Justice Chaudhry Iftikhar and Justice Sheikh Ahmed Farooq heard the petition.

SC to hear Malik’s eligibility case after verdict on NRO review plea

ISLAMABAD – The Supreme Court Friday adjourned for indefinite period the hearing on a plea against eligibility of Interior Minister Rehman Malik. The court decided to adjudicate on the plea after decision on pending review petition against the judgment on the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO).
A two-member bench comprising Justice Jawwad S. Khawaja and Justice Tariq Parvez, was hearing a petition challenging eligibility of Interior minister Rehman Malik. Advocate-on-record

A voice for those who cannot hear

KARACHI – The Family Educational Services Foundation (FESF) has started constructing a school in Rashidabad and a hostel for the deaf; and the projects are scheduled to be completed by 2012.
The FESF is also opening a school in Punjab and completing the second stage of building the Pakistani Sign Language Lexicon. The foundation plans to increase the number of trained teachers for the deaf by 50 percent, expand the youth volunteer training programme and involve youth in social

Supreme Court to hear high profile cases today

ISLAMABAD – The Supreme Court will resume hearing today (Monday) on various high profile constitutional cases including privatization of Habib Bank, missing persons, contempt proceedings against PCO judges and NAB Amendment Ordinance.
A three-member bench comprising Justice Javed Iqbal, Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani and Justice Raja Fayyaz Ahmed will hear the petitions against privatization of Habib Bank, NAB Amendment Ordinance and missing persons. Another three-member bench

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