Silencing a People’s Assembly

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“Everything is a risk in Pakistan: If you defend women, it's a risk. If you defend non-Muslims, it's a risk. If you discuss religion, it's a risk. But you can't really sit there like a vegetable in your own society. And I'm committed to that society... and I feel I need to turn around and speak as I should.”
گزشتہ سال کی بات ہے کہ جب میں شمالی وزیرستان  کے علاقےمیرعلی میران شاہ کے بازاروں میں عوام کی امن سے متعلق رائے لے رہی تھی تو کچھ لوگ  میرے سادہ سے ... سوالوں کو ہنسی میں اڑا دیتےاورمیں حیران ہوتی کہ ایک خاتون صحافیات
Education is a fundamental right under the constitution of Pakistan and now the internet has become a ‘ key means’ by which individuals can exercise their right to freedom of opinion and expression, as stated in Art. 19 of the Universal ...
May 2, 2021; By Munizae Jahangir; LAHORE; Pakistan’s top officials recently indicated that the state would like to ‘mainstream’ the religio-political party Tehreek-e-Labbaik, Pakistan (TLP). But it is still unclear if the ban will remain.
What has happened at the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) yesterday (Wednesday), raises many serious questions and calls for introspection, without any question. However, what must not be lost sight of is that the legal community has been at...
Noor Ejaz

The Prisoners Left Behind

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“over 77,275 prisoners were held in 114 jails across the country. These 114 jails cumulatively have the capacity to house only 57,742 people” In the wake of the COVID -19 virus, although there has been a notification of releasing under...
Rashed Rahman

Students’ March

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Students throughout Pakistan (around 60 cities and towns) came out in a march on November 29, 2019 to demand the restoration of student unions, higher allocations for education, lowering fees to provide access to education to poor students, and...

From Russia (with love?)

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The Russian capital bears little proof of the recent invasion by a Khan into its territory. Imran Khan came, he saw and he left everybody confused.
Representatives of PTI’s government have been at the forefront of advocating for the world to recognize the Taliban’s invasion and have tried very hard to get them some sort of legitimacy, attempts that have failed so far.
  "If there is the expected response from colleges and universities from Karachi to Peshawar, it could be one of the most exciting moments in the country's history as student activism, previously destroyed by military rulers and autocrats, comes to...