Qandeel Baloch murder case hearing adjourned till June 26
The court of Additional District and Sessions Judge on Wednesday adjourned testimony of more witnesses in Qandeel Baloch murder case, till June 26.
In today’s hearing statement of Kashif, a witness of the complainant in the case, while cross-examination of an important accused in the case Aslam Shaheen was completed.
The court later adjourned the hearing of the case till June 26. The statements of the more witnesses will be recorded in the case in the next hearing.
On July 15, 2016, model Qandeel Baloch was murdered by her brother Waseem in Multan. The suspect stated he killed his sister as she “brought disgrace on the family”.
Lately, a court in Multan rejected a plea of the accused seeking release on bail on the basis of his settlement with the complainant.
The deceased’s father, who is the complainant in the case, filed an affidavit in the court, informing it that he has ...
Heer Maan Ja to send a message about honour killing: Imran Kazmi
Upcoming rom-com Heer Maan Ja, starring Hareem Farooq and Ali Rehman Khan, will be more than just a laugh riot.
Producer Imran Kazmi says like all the films made by his usual team, this one will come with "some subliinal messages".
"Like all our films, we will delicately touch on a social message. In Siyaah, we touched on black magic, in Janaan we talked about pedophilia, in Parchi we pushed for a female protagonist. In Heer Maan Ja, we will lightly discuss honour killing... and how in our society women are still suppressed in some households."
Heer Maan Ja will follow how the life of Heer, a young woman from a slightly conservative household, intersects with Kabir's, a passionate architect who only has skyscrappers on his mind. However, when the two characters meet, their lives take an unexpected turn. We'll have to watch the film to find out what that ...
Defamation case: Never saw Ali Zafar harass anyone in eight years, says latest witness
A witness presented by singer Ali Zafar's legal team during a hearing on Tuesday claimed he had worked with the alleged harasser for eight years but did not see him harass anyone ever.
The hearing was the latest in a defamation case filed by Zafar in response to singer-actress Meesha Shafi's allegation of sexual harassment against him. It was presided by Justice Amjad Ali Shah, the additional session judge in Lahore, in the Session Court.
Sarfaraz was one of the two witnesses alongside Taha presented in the court to record their statements. The former is a former manager of Zafar while the latter the current one.
Sarfaraz asserted that he did not ever see Zafar harass anyone during the entire eight-year period he had worked with him.
Meesha Shafi, he said, had made baseless allegations against Zafar and those accusations have caused tremendous loss to Zafar.
No such incident of ...