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  1. Court directed all parties to take their case to the relevant platform after police added anti-terrorism provisions to the case
  2. From 1986-2019, the LDA was silent. Thirty-four years later, it filed a case [against Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman], argues MSR's lawyer, Amjad Pervez Advocate
  3. Petition argues court should declare act of controlling media 'illegal', Geo News should be returned to orignal placement
  4. Photo provided by: PIA spokespersonThe Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected Air Marshal Arshad Malik’s plea seeking the court’s intervention in allowing him to continue as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). The PIA chief had approached the apex court against the Sindh High Court's order which had stopped him from performing his functions as the airliner's CEO. In today’s hearing, Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed remarked that PIA was not someone’s private property, and reminded the petitioner that the airline was a national asset. “We will not allow anyone to play with PIA’s fortune,” remarked Justice Ahmed, and questioned how the national flag carrier was being run. The chief justice also remarked that a case regarding the appointments in the PIA was already filed as a human rights case. The apex court while disposing off the petition said that all cases related to the PIA will be merged into a single case. The bench also summoned the record of the pending case in the SHC. The apex court directed the PIA's board of governors to run the the affairs of the airline. Case against Arshad Malik's qualificationOn December 31, the SHC had barred Malik from discharging his duties as CEO on a petition filed by Safdar Anjum, the general secretary of the airline's Senior Staff Association (SASA). The petition stated Malik did not fulfill the educational requirements of the post neither did he have any relevant experience for the job. The court also stopped the airline from transferring, hiring or firing employees. The high court also stopped the PIA from buying or selling assets. The bench said the national flag bearer could not sell assets worth over rupees one crore or make policies. Before joining the PIA, Malik was serving as the Vice Chief of the Air Staff. He is a graduate of the National Defence University (NDU) and qualified in Air Command and Staff Course from the US. Malik has served for more than 40 years in the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) before he was appointed as the airline's chief executive officer. He was appointed as PIA chairman on October 11, 2018, by the federal government. On April 2, 2019, he was appointed the national flag carrier’s CEO.
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  6. Former president Asif Ali Zardari. Photo: FileISLAMABAD: An accountability court on Tuesday dismissed a plea seeking permission to move former president Asif Ali Zardari to Karachi for medical treatment.Zardari's counsel Farooq H Naik had filed an...
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  8. Days after he lit up the Adelaide Oval with his action-packed innings against the visiting Sri Lankan side during the first of three T20I matches, Glenn Maxwell requested to be granted an indefinite break from playing international cricket due to mental health struggles. Even though the cricketer was performing against Lasith Malinga's men like he used to in his early 20s, Maxwell came out and let Cricket Australia know about the things that were bothering him and was “proactive in identifying these issues and engaging with the support staff,” according to Michael Lloyd, the team's psychologist. Not taking this situation lightly and understanding where the 31-year-old was coming from, the team showed their utmost support for the cricketer and granted him the leave without making a big fuss about it. © Reuters "The well-being of our players and staff is paramount. Glenn has our full support," said Ben Oliver, CA's general manager of national teams. "Cricket Australia will work collaboratively with Cricket Victoria's support staff to ensure Glenn's well-being and his reintegration into the game. "We ask that everyone gives Glenn and his family and friends space; and respects their privacy at this time. He's a special player and an important part of the Australian cricket family. We hope to see him back in the team during the summer. It's important we look after Glenn and all our players." The Head Coach of the Australian side, Justin Langer commended Maxwell for his ability to come forward and let the world know that “he wasn't OK”. © Reuters "It took great courage for him to tell us he wasn't OK," Langer told the reporters in Melbourne. "In one way, it's really good for him to do that. Behind the mask of the great entertainer and the great talent and the great team man and everything we see publicly, a lot of these guys are human and they're hurting a bit. Hopefully, he's going to be fine." This is where the Australian cricket team managed to win hearts of not only their fans but of their own players as well. Ever since the sandpaper gate that led to the suspension of Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameroon Bancroft, the “win at all cost” atmosphere of the dressing room was heavily slammed. © Twitter This transition to becoming such a player-friendly side is worth the praise. The Indian cricket team, better yet the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) must learn a thing or two about the necessity to give importance to the athletes' mental health. The Indian women's cricket team have been requesting the Indian cricket board for months to have a psychologist added to the Indian support staff who can travel with them but the BCCI have been constantly ignoring them. © Reuters Mental health and its impact is real as well as serious. If you expect your athletes to perform at the highest level, the focus on mental fitness should be equal to physical fitness. View the full article
  9. ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Friday announced that it had chosen not to challenge former prime minister Nawaz Sharif?s bail in the Chaudhry Sugar Mills case, on humanitarian grounds. Nawaz Sharif granted bail in Chaudhry...
  10. "The very basis of sport is the concept of fair play and the need to keep proving oneself each and every time," the premise of Nikhat Zareen's heartfelt plea to Indian Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju couldn't have been more accurate. Earlier this August, Zareen had her sights set on making the cut for the Indian contingent for the World Boxing Championships in Ulan-Ude, Russia. But, her dreams of securing a spot in the Indian contingent were handed a severe blow by the Boxing Federation of India (BFI) after it handed an automatic selection to Mary Kom on the basis of her current form and consistency. The six-time world champion from Manipur needs no introduction to boxing and there is no doubt over his skills or achievements. But, the BFI's decision to select Mary purely on the basis of her current form and not without a selection trial, robbed young Zareen of a key opportunity to proving her mettle for the country on the international stage. Hardwork breaks new ground! Ready to take the new challenges!ðªð#TuesdayMotivation #breakingnewgrounds #thestruggleisreal pic.twitter.com/RKdMO6yDQO — Nikhat Zareen (@nikhat_zareen) October 15, 2019 Undone by the free pass to Mary, the 23-year-old voiced her displeasure and sought answers from concerned officials but to no avail. Mary, against the popular perception, went on to represent India and even secured a bronze medal after losing in the semifinals of the 51kg category. It was her first medal in the new weight category of 51kg and the bronze-medal finish earlier this month etched her name in the history books as she became the first-ever boxer (both male or female) to win eight medals the prestigious World Boxing Championships. But, while Mary's performance garnered plaudits, Zareen's misfortunes continued. Last day of multi- nation training camp in Assisi, Italy. where team China, India, France, Korea, Italy, Greece, Finland, Switzerland trained together. I gained a lot of experience in this training camp. Now time to get back home and start preparation for the new season!ððð»ðªð» pic.twitter.com/RrkImQpbao — Nikhat Zareen (@nikhat_zareen) September 21, 2019 After her plea seeking a trial against Mary fell on deaf ears, Zareen was handed another blow by the BFI. Owing to her recent performance, the BFI has now decided to send the veteran Indian boxer for the Olympic qualifiers which will be held in China in February next year. Interestingly, the BFI, not until recently, was only giving direct selection to the gold and silver medal winners. But, it seems that the Indian boxing federation has moved away from the old criteria to accommodate Mary. The latest decision by the BFI has emerged as another tough and unfavourable call to Zareen who, left with no choice, penned a heartfelt plea to the Sports Minister. All I want is a fair chance.If I'm not given the opporunity to compete what am I training for. Sports is about FairPlay & I dont want to loose faith in my country.Jai Hind @KirenRijiju @RijijuOffice #AjaySingh @Media_SAI @DGSAI @BFI_official @kishanreddybjp @PMOIndia #TopsAthlete pic.twitter.com/t1ie62tMJy — Nikhat Zareen (@nikhat_zareen) October 17, 2019 In her open letter, Zareen, giving due respect to the decorated Indian boxer, highlighted her plight following the BFI's latest decision. "I have been inspired by Mary Kom since I was a teenager. The best way I can do justice to this inspiration was to strive to be as great a boxer as her. And Mary Kom is too big a legend in sport to need to hide from competition and not actually defend her Olympic qualification,” she wrote in the letter. © Instagram/@zareennikhat "I look for no favours, just fairplay. And whether Mary Kom or any other boxer qualifies after the trial, we can at least sleep at night knowing that every one of the candidate for the best possible opportunity to make India proud at Olympics,” she added. And, she's got a point there. If Mary, early in her career, was ignored like Zareen to favour a more prominent boxer, India surely wouldn't have seen her true potential, let alone celebrate the six-time world champion. A trial for selection is a process which allows young and veteran stars to be treated at par, while it provides a much-needed platform for the governing body to select the best-suited candidates purely on the basis of merit and not by their past achievements. While I have all the respect for Marykom , Fact is ,an athletes life is an offering of proof. Proof that we can be as good as yesterday. Better than yesterday. Better than tomorrows man /woman. In sport, yesterday NEVER counts. https://t.co/B0MBT3HFU0 — Abhinav Bindra OLY (@Abhinav_Bindra) October 17, 2019 While India's only individual Olympic gold medallist shooter Abhinav Bindra supported Zareen's plea seeking a trial bout against Mary, Sports Minister Rijiju, in his response to the young boxer, reiterated that the Ministry of Youth and Sports Affairs is not entitled to intervene in selection matters of any national federation, as it is deemed a violation of the Olympic Charter, before claiming that he will convey her message to the BFI. I'll surely convey to Boxing Federation to take the best decision keeping in mind the best interest of the NATION, SPORTS & ATHLETES. Although, Minister should not be involved in the selection of the players by the Sports Federations which are autonomous as per OLYMPIC CHARTER https://t.co/GqIBdtWRMp — Kiren Rijiju (@KirenRijiju) October 18, 2019 Imagine, if 23-time Olympic gold medallist Michael Phelps can abide by the fair process of undergoing selection trials, we believe Mary shouldn't have any problem either. And, in all fairness, she doesn't. #ChampionSpeak ð£ 23 yr-old @nikhat_zareen is one of India's best contemporary young boxers.ð¥ ðð»She won a silverð¥medal at the recently concluded #ThailandOpen. ðð»She speaks on her win & her preparation for #Tokyo2020 #Olympics.@RijijuOffice @BFI_official #KheloIndia ð®ï¿½ï¿½ pic.twitter.com/WeEGAiszNe — SAIMedia (@Media_SAI) August 3, 2019 Mary, who defeated Zareen in the India Open semifinal earlier this year, has maintained that she would follow the BFI guidelines on selection trials and will compete if asked by the federation. On the other hand, Zareen has made it pretty clear that if she were to lose the trial bout, should she get one, she would feel content about at least getting a chance. So, what's really stopping the BFI from giving a nod to the Mary-Zareen trial bout to pick the right candidate for Olympic qualifiers? That's a question the BFI must answer.
  11. Ever since the deadly Pulwama terror attack by JeM that took the lives of over 40 CRPF soldiers on Valentine's Day last month, the cricketing fraternity in India has had varying opinions about the Board of Cricket Control in India's (BCCI) decision to plea to the other member nations of the International Cricket Council or the ICC to “sever ties with the nation from which terrorism emanates”. In other words, the BCCI wanted to boycott the Pakistan cricket team during the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 in London and Wales as a means to show their protest against terrorism. I'm boycotting today's #IndvAus ODI to protest the BCCI pestering the ICC to ban Pakistan from the World Cup — Dennis Universe Boss (@DennisCricket_) March 2, 2019 A number of cricketing legends such as Sourav Ganguly and Harbhajan Singh were openly advocating this move while there were others such as Sunil Gavaskar and Indian master blaster Sachin Tendulkar who instead thought that competing and beating Pakistan on the biggest platform of the game would be the most impactful response. However, during the quarterly ICC meet in Dubai, when BCCI CEO Rahul Johri raised the issue to be discussed formally, ICC chairman Shashank Manohar refused to pay heed to the topic saying that the council did not enjoy the authority to 'isolate' Pakistan because it continues to be one of the permanent members of the Council. Amid India-Pak World Cup clash uncertainty, BCCI to discuss ICC's stand on terrorism pic.twitter.com/Gex2n2PS0v — Mukesh Rajpoot (@MukeshR43127690) March 4, 2019 So, the most pertinent question here is, now what?. The decision of forfeiting from the contest against Pakistan now rests completely in the hands of the BCCI. The two cricketing titans are scheduled to go head to head during the point round on 16th June 2019 and even if India decides to not show up for the match and Pakistan wins by default, it will have little to no harm on India's chances at qualifying for the knockout rounds. However, the real issue arises if and when the two rivals meet again during the semis or worse yet, the World Cup final. Is India ready to give up on all those players who only want to lift the trophy and have been dreaming about this day ever since they were kids? Alternatively, will they just look over the agenda and face them? The kind of heat the BCCI will face from those who share Ganguly and Singh's vision, will then be extremely difficult to deal with the Indian Cricket Board. Yes, India has been wronged, time and again, as terrorism has been inflicted on our sovereign land and the perpetrators are all around us, but when politics get involved with sports, the outcome, more often than not, is ugly.
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  13. Former Malir SSP Rao Anwar is accused of killing Naqeebullah Mehsud in a fake encounter. Photo: FileKARACHI: An anti-terrorism court (ATC) approved on Friday former SSP Malir Rao Anwar's bail plea in a case involving possession of explosives and...
  14. Former SSP Malir Rao Anwar. Photo: FileKARACHI: An anti-terrorism court (ATC) reserved its decision on Tuesday regarding granting bail to former SSP Malir Rao Anwar in a case involving possession of explosives and illegal weapons.The ATC will give...
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  16. Last month the Lahore High Court had accepted Chaudhry?s plea and allowed him to contest the upcoming general election from NA-67. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court dismissed a plea on Tuesday challenging Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)...
  17. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court will hear today a plea by Accountability Court-I Judge Mohammad Bashir who has asked the apex court for an extension in the deadline to conclude the corruption references against deposed prime minister...
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  19. Rao Anwar talking to the media. Photo: File KARACHI: The anti-terrorism court (ATC) hearing the Naqeebullah Mehsud murder case is expected to announce its decision today on the bail plea of former SSP Malir Rao Anwar.Anwar, along with 11 of his...
  20. Former Malir SSP Rao Anwar. Photo: FileKARACHI: An anti-terrorism court in Karachi on Wednesday resumed hearing of the bail plea of former SSP Malir Rao Anwar in the Naqeebullah murder case.The former SSP Malir along with 11 of his subordinates has...
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  22. NBP President Saeed Ahmed. Photo: FileISLAMABAD: An accountability court in Islamabad on Wednesday reserved its decision on a plea from National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) President Saeed Ahmed seeking his acquittal in a reference related to the...
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  24. The accountability court will resume hearing the Avenfield reference against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his family today (Wednesday). Photo: fileISLAMABAD: The accountability court resumed the hearing of the Avenfield reference against...
  25. More than 70 women have accused Weinstein, the co-founder of the Miramax film studio and The Weinstein Co, of sexual misconduct, including rape, with some allegations dating back decades, all of which he has denied-Photo: FileNEW YORK: Movie mogul...
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