13 October 2017, 04:05 | Taylor George
'Pained' that firecracker ban order communalised, says Supreme Court
The court said this as one of the petitioners said Diwali was not only celebrated by the Hindus but also by Jains and Sikhs. In the recent development, the Supreme Court has refused to relax on the ban of the sale of firecrackers in Delhi NCR.
Court defers Sharif's indictment after clash
His legal team nominated Zafir Khan as the "pleader" - the person who will stand for Sharif in court during his indictment. Sharif's wife Kulsoom, who is suffering from throat cancer, has undergone three surgeries in the United Kingdom so far.
State Can't Be Oblivious: What Supreme Court Said On Rohingya Refugees
Stressing that the State has a big role to play, the apex court said the issue of Rohingya Muslims was of "great magnitude". Since August 25, around 4 lakh Rohingyas have fled the country and majority are living in refugee camps in Bangladesh.
Pakistan 'frees' Taliban hostage family
The US official said there are some questions surrounding Boyle's past, but the Department of Justice said he did not face arrest. -Canadian couple and their children in a raid that led to the family's release, a Pakistani security official said on Friday.