The ban led to plummeting trade volumes and exchanges shutting their businesses. A three-judge Supreme Court bench said in their ruling that while the central bank had the power to take pre-emptive action, the court questioned the "proportionality" of such measures.
The warrant against her was issued on a complaint lodged by Shambhu Kumar, an ex-serviceman. Kumar alleged series 'XXX' (Season-2) featured several offensive scenes concerning a soldier's wife.
Imran said he was disappointed but accepted the Supreme Court (SC) ruling that he had acted unconstitutionally in blocking the no-confidence vote when it was due to take place last Sunday, after which he dissolved parliament and called an election.
On Tuesday the court said it wouldn't "indulge in the matter of state policy or foreign policy" in making a decision. "Our concern is the legality of the ruling of the speaker," said Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial.
Former cricket star Khan lost his parliamentary majority last week and had been facing a no-confidence vote tabled by a united opposition that he was expected to lose on Sunday.
The opposition had expected to take power on Sunday after mustering enough votes to oust the cricketer-turned-politician, but the national assembly deputy speaker refused to allow the motion to proceed because of "foreign interference".
The apex court ruled that President Dr Arif Alvi's decision to dissolve the National Assembly was "illegal" and restored Imran Khan as well as his cabinet.
India’s Supreme Court cleared the path on Friday for steelmaker ArcelorMittal SA to take over bankrupt Essar Steel, following a legal tussle that has dragged through
The Supreme Court on Thursday delivered a split verdict on a clutch of petitions challenging the Karnataka government's Feb.5 order, prohibiting wearing of Hijab inside classrooms in pre-university colleges.
India’s Supreme Court, arguably the most powerful institution of its kind in the world, disclosed recently that the administration did not co-operate with the probe it had ordered into alleged use of highly intrusive Israeli spyware Pegasus to snoop on media persons, politicians and activists. It had earlier refused to give Parliament