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A.B.A.HALEEM V.LT.COL AZIZ K.M. KHAN & ANOTHER
Page No.  798
Case Reference: PLD 1958 SC 179
Supreme Court exercises its appellate jurisdiction only in a concrete matter in actual controversy to be decided as a live issue and not for academic interest.
 
A.G. KHAN V. SHUJAUDDIN QURESHI
Page No.  933 & 934
Case Reference: PLD 1961 SC 1

Certain premises known as Murree Club Hotel were requisitioned by the Punjab Government under the Punjab requisitioning of Immovable Property (Temporary powers)

 
A.K. FAZALUL QUADER CHAUDHRY V. SHAH NAWAZ
Page No.  628
Case Reference: PLD 1966 SC 105

Shah Nawaz respondent was elected a member of the National Assembly. He, on 24 April 1964, addressed a letter to the President of Pakistan resigning from the

 
ABDUL AZIZ AND OTHERS V. PROVINCE OF WEST PAKISTAN
Page No.  184& 185
Case Reference: PLD 1958 SC 499

The appellants by filing writ petitions in the High Court challenged the validity of section 3 of the Act on the ground first, that it did not incorporate the provisions of  Article 7 (5)

 
ABDUL BAQI BALUCH V. THE GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN & 5 OTHERS
Page No.  214 & 215
Case Reference: PLD 1968 SC 313

Abdul Baqir Baluch was detained under rule 32(1) (b) of the Defence of Pakistan Rule, 1965 by Deputy commissioner Karachi on  11 August 1966 on the ground that

 
ABDUL HAMID & OTHER VS. MEMBER BOARD OF REVENUE
Page No.  862
Case Reference: 1986 SCMR 257

Three constitutional petitions were filed by the appellants in the High Court of Baluchistan which were heard together by the Chief Justice and the judgment was

 
ABDUL RAZIQUE KHAN VS. PROVINCE OF SINDH & 3 OTHERS
Page No.  637
Case Reference: PLD 1994 SC 79

The petitioner, a member and a speaker of the Sindh Assembly allegedly submitted in the months of June and July 1992 two letters resignations, one to the Deputy

 
ABDUL REHMAN VS. THE STATE
Page No.  239
Case Reference: 1978 SCMR 292

The petitioner was sentenced to death for the murder committed by him in 1964 by the Additional Sessions Judge vide judgment dated 6 June 1970. The sentence was

 
ABDUS SABOOR KHAN V. KARACHI UNIVERSITY
Page No.  953
Case Reference: PLD 1966 SC 536

The appellant, a student of engineering College appeared in examination held by the Karachi University in May 1964. His result was withheld. On enquiries, it revealed

 
ABDUS SABOOR KHAN V. KARACHI UNIVERSITY
Page No.  953
Case Reference: PLD 1966 SC 536

The appellant, a student of engineering College appeared in examination held by the Karachi University in May 1964. His result was withheld. On enquiries, it revealed