The petitioner also requested the court to ask the prime minister to seek permission from the Supreme Court for his future foreign trips.
While both sides claimed that “progress had been made”, there are “core issues” that needed to be resolved.
The military showed support for democracy but also expressed displeasure over Saturday night’s violence.
Police fired tear gas shells and rubber bullets to disperse the protesters outside the PM’s residence.
Qadri and Imran Khan have been leading separate protests for past one week to force Sharif’s resignation.
Shots were fired at Pakistan’s Imran Khan vehicle, he was not injured.
The paper said: “Modi has cleverly bought himself goodwill internationally by hosting Sharif, but did so in a way that really conceded nothing.”
Pakistan’s military remains deeply suspicious of both journalists and India.
Prime Minister Sharif has set an open mandate for the committee of negotiators to initiate talks with the TTP.
Official claimed that government wanted talks with militants but back-to-back attacks on civilians and military personnel had forced a re-think.
Shahidullah Shahid, spokesman for the banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, said in a statement his group carried out the attack to avenge the killing of its leaders.
Musharraf also ruled out making a request for clemency if he is convicted by the special court.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has cleared the appointment of career diplomat Aizaz Chaudhry.
Abdul Basit will take over in New Delhi from former Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir.
Nuclear experts question the safety of the Chinese nuclear reactors’ design.