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judiciary

1. the branch of the central authority in a state concerned with the administration of justice
2. the system of courts in a country
3. the judges collectively; bench
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Nawaz, on the other hand, rebels against the judiciary and provokes the public, the petition further read.
Essentially therefore, the function of the Judiciary is to decide the disputes between various parties.
Makhdoom Niaz submitted that the former premier has been heaping scorn on the judiciary since his disqualification at the hands of the Supreme Court, which constituted contempt of court.
The Public Information department at the Judiciary observes that the local daily claims that 'the recent pronouncement made by the President of Liberia .
In what appears to be a scheme to build a case against the Judiciary, Tuju cited several occasions in which the Judiciary has ruled in favour of NASA.
We know they are targeting Maraga so that they have friendly people in the Judiciary," Mr Mbadi, who led a group of 10 MPs in a press conference at Parliament Buildings, said.
In another strong tirade against the judiciary, Nawaz Sharif told the participants of a seminar, titled Future of democracy in Pakistan, that the SC judges were 'PCO' judges and that the infamous doctrine of necessity, because of the judiciary, had caused an irreparable loss to the country and democracy.
KARACHI -- Undeterred by the jail term handed down to PML-N's Senator Nehal Hashmi for committing contempt of court and the apex court's suo motu notice of 'anti-judiciary speeches' by two federal ministers, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif continued to slam the judiciary as he said that the PCO judges and the infamous doctrine of necessity had caused an irreparable loss to the country and democracy.
ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar said on Saturday that judiciary is the most important pillar of the state adding that judiciary is not only independent outward but inward as well.
RAWALPINDI -- Letter of Exchange for Cooperation signing ceremony Saturday held between Judiciary of England and Wales and Judiciary of Punjab.
Lahore/Rawalpindi -- Letter of Exchange for Cooperation between the Judiciary of England and Wales and the Judiciary of Punjab Province was signed in the presence of Chief Justice Lahore High Court Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah and Senior Judge Lahore High Court Rawalpindi Bench Justice Mamoon Rasheed.
The ceremony was attended by Mirza Abdul Hafeez Additional Registrar LHC Rawalpindi Bench Director District Judiciary Akmal Khan, ShahidShafi and other high officials of Judiciary present on the occasion.