M Shoaib Saleem

  • TLAHORE Contrary to the Lahore High Court, there is huge noise and disturbance during proceedings in the lower courts owing to the presence of a large number of litigants and their relatives besides police officials who keep on talking unchecked to the extent of pathetically marring the decorum and ...

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  • TLAHORE - The recent incident that happened in the session courts was not without reason on the part of 'certain lawyers as for as their 'genuine demand was concerned. Appointing lower staff in the courts on merit was astonishing as it is a rare phenomenon especially in the history of Pakistan. The ...

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  • TLAHORE - The huge traffic mess outside the session courts main entrance has become a grave problem of the area keeping the litigants and the lawyers suffer and stuck up for hours on the road at the cost of their cases and precious time. The space provided for the entrance of vehicles in the Baba ...

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  • TLAHORE - In a situation of economic dwindle caused by incessant strikes and boycotts at the public level, masses are increasingly of the view that boycotts and strikes at courts are aggravating their problems in seeking prompt justice. During the last one-week, the court proceedings remained ...

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  • TLAHORE - The situation turned violent outside the Sessions Court on Friday when a man along with some hooligans started beating his ex-wife after a Family Court Judge Ch Imran Ali passed a decree in latters favour in a suit for dissolution of marriage. The defendant Qaiser Mehmood, husband of the ...

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  • TLAHORE - The courts at the subordinate level are burdened with work as each of the judges in session and civil courts has hundreds of cases pending before him, which he is bound to hear and decide on daily basis. On Wednesday, in the court of district and sessions judge the cause list comprised 64 ...

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  • TLAHORE - Lawyers appearing in the session and the civil courts are deprived of basic necessities for they get no proper system of shelter, availability of clean drinking water and electricity in the sweltering weather getting hotter day by day. Out of the around 17,000 enrolled lawyers with the ...

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