Bench headed by CJP holds suo motu hearing on security blockades in different parts of city; seeks report from IGP.
SC wraps up hearing as trial of suspected serial rapist and murderer begins in an Anti-Terrorism Court in Lahore.
Considering the current situation, [we] are laying aside the strategy of protestation, says the PAT chief.
Students damaged two cars, five motorcycles during the clash that left dozens injured, police tell court.
Police ask students to vacate hostels, leave rooms and and cupboards unlocked.
Cases would be filed against the members of Islami Jamiat Taleba (IJT) and Pakhtun students.
We need to produce good lawyers rather than clerks, CJP says, observing existing standard of education 'won't cut it'.
SC advises police to go beyond DNA testing in order to track down culprits.
Stresses the need for competent lawyers instead of those who "sell paan during the day and practice law in the evening".
Court asks media not to cover protest after midnight, says Punjab govt can take action if protests turn violent.
"Such protests cause hindrance in lives of the citizens," says petition; preparations for protest on Mall Road continue.
The PFA scientific panel finds the salt contains MSG which negatively affects the heart, brain and nervous system.
Justice Nisar orders companies producing tea whiteners to state on packaging that product is not a substitute for milk.
Chief justice bars young doctors in Lahore from holding protests, asks them to turn to courts instead
"If state of education, health does not improve [...] will stop development projects such as Orange Line Train project."
Hasnain Javed was arrested by Indian Border Security Force for illegally entering India on May 17.
Hospital denies woman in labour entry as she did not possess the required hospital card, says family.
A total of 74 MPAs belonging to the ruling PML-N were barred from entering the House and attending Tuesday's session.
Hospital, provincial health ministry conducting inquiry into the matter; PTI criticises Punjab government.
Saeed, in the notice, claims he "had never been near the White House, let alone been wined and dined there."
Sources within the PML-N confirm Punjab chief minister as the next head of the ruling party.