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Justice Mohammad Farrukh Irfan Khan passed the orders while hearing a petition filed by Advocate Abdullah Malik challenging appointment, facilities and premature retirement of the LHC registrar.
He said according to the latest census, there was just one LHC judge for 1.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Jahangir Tareen, a South Punjab-based businessman, had taken the Sharifs to LHC over the illegal shifting of their sugar mills to South Punjab despite a ban.
Justice Khosa's 192-page note had directed the NAB to proceed against Dar in connection with the Hudaibiya Paper Mills reference wherein he was not an accused when the said reference was quashed by the LHC that had also barred reinvestigation and set aside Dar's confessional statement.
Lahore [Pakistan], August 21 ( ANI ): Clashes erupted at the Lahore High Court (LHC) after enraged lawyers attempted to break a security cordon and enter LHC Chief Justice Mansoor Ali Shah's courtroom where he was heading a full bench hearing against Sher Zaman Qureshi, the head of the bar association of the LHC Multan bench.
The beams in the LHC are made up of these proton bunches that are separated by seven meters (23 feet) each, which is only 25 nanoseconds for the speed at which these particles are traveling.
Those who have taken oath as regular judges of LHC include Justice Shahid, Justice Raja Shahid Mehmood Abbasi, Justice Shehram Sarwar, Justice Sajid Sethi and Justice Sarfaraz Dogar.
The licensed hospice service area reportedly covers eight counties in Alabama and 29 counties in Georgia, including 19 counties in which LHC is licensed for home health.
On May 12, 2011 the LHC had ruled that President Zardari should give up the position of PPP co-chairman and that the presidency should not be used for political activities.
LHC, offering services through home nursing agencies, hospices and long-term acute care hospitals, announced in February a strategic review of options, saying it had hired JPMorgan Securities LLC to help with the process.
courts to prevent the LHC from being turned on at all, asserting that the experiments posed a small risk of creating low-velocity micro black holes and theoretical particles such as strangelets, magnetic monopoles and vacuum bubbles.
The world will not come to an end when the LHC turns on.
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