Shah discusses situation post cyclone landfall with Mah, Guj, Raj CMs
TN to produce COVID vaccines, set up oxygen making plants : Stalin
Patients suffer a lot in Hamidia
5.9k new cases in MP, lowest in 46 days
Joe Biden & Kamala Harris release tax returns
Deaths related to long working hours rising : WHO
India reports 2,63,533 new nCoV cases, 4,329 deaths
Starting COVID-19 vaccination program with front line warriors paid rich dividends in 2nd wave: PM
CM Shri Chouhan has telephonic discussion with PM Shri Narendra Modi
Cyclone Tauktae: Indian Navy dispatches INS Kochi for SAR Ops in Bombay High area
Rajnath & Harsh Vardhan launch DRDO anti-Covid drug 2-DG
Cyclone Tauktae: Indian Navy rescues 4 crews from ship off Mangalore coast
Mamata demands her arrest by CBI after Subrata Mukherjee & Firhad Hakim arrested
India-s case count falls below 3 lakh-mark with 2.81 lakh infections
IAF airlifts 167 personnel, 16.5 tonnes of NDRF load from Kolkata to Ahmedabad
Both Modi, PM-Cares ventilators, have failed: Rahul
Miss Mexico wins Miss Universe pageant 2021
Nothing more amazing than experiences gained from journalism: M Poornima
Positivity rate declines to 10 pc, 79 more succumb in state
Cyclone Tauktae: Ensure uninterrupted functioning of hospitals, Covid centres:Gauba to officials
Islamabad, Apr 22(UNI) The Lahore High Court (LHC) granted post-arrest bail to Pakistan's Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif on Thursday in a money laundering case.
As per Dawn, the court asked the PML-N leader to furnish two bail bonds, both being Rs five million each.
Shehbaz's counsel said the leader would be released from jail on Friday, after payment of the bail bonds.
PML-N vice-president Maryam Nawaz welcomed the court's decision and Twitted that Shehbaz has finally been given justice.
She wrote that services rendered by Shehbaz to the nation cannot be erased through false cases.
Shehbaz was arrested on September 28, 2020, in a money laundering case after the LHC refused to further extend his pre-arrest bail.
Prior to this he was granted interim pre-arrest bail on June 3, 2020.
Post his arrest, he remained in the bureau’s custody for 23 days till the court sent him on judicial remand on October 20, 2020.