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After a historical protest for the rights of the people of Gwadar late last year, the Haq Do Movement continues to make waves by clinching the most seats in Gwadar local polls
At least eight more people have been reportedly injured after FC personnel resorted to aerial firing to disperse a protest against the killing of a truck driver in Chaghai
An Okara man shot dead his mother and injured his sister for not preparing a suitable bed for him to sleep in.
Sadly his struggle against dictators and undemocratic forces was not well documented. Still, perhaps he is among very few names in Pakistan who stood against everything that undermined democracy and civilian supremacy.
Justice Amir Farooq of the IHC has directed the Federal Govt to enact legislature setting the minimum marriageable age for girls. For more human rights news, keep reading.
17 people including two traffic police constables were injured when two unidentified motorcyclists hurled a live grenade near Subatpur Chowk in Dera Allahyar, Jaffarabad district, on Sunday. For more stories on human rights violations, keep reading.
A sit-in protest is going on outside CM house in Quetta against the killing of a 10-year-old boy Ramiz Khalil in a police raid. The protesters are demanding the release of the boy's father who is in police custody since the incident.
The Federal Government appears to be making moves to initiate talks with disgruntled Baloch nationalists to end a decades-long insurgency in the country’s largest province Balochistan. This development comes after Prime Minister Imran Khan alluded to talks during a visit to Gwadar on Monday, July 5.
June 24th, 2021; By Hamid Riaz & Hassan Raza; LAHORE; "I am proud that my father is a martyr for democracy. A Judicial Commission should investigate his death & present its finding to the people of this country," says Khushal Kakar, son of late senator.
June 9th, 2021; By Asim Ahmed Khan; QUETTA; A series of targeted killings have marred the peaceful lives of Hindu traders in Balochistan pushing them towards migration. Now, Hindu traders in Khuzdar received threatening letters from a local outfit forbidding them from serving female Muslim customers.