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Sajid Hussain Baloch

“Sajid Baloch: In Terra Incognita?”

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March 29, 2020 By Xari Jalil LAHORE When Taj Baloch said goodbye to his friend, he did not know it would be the last time that he...
Doctors have been putting their own health at risk

On The Frontlines: Heathcare Providers

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  With the lockdown, people have been pushed back inside their homes. No one wants to risk being outdoors, for fear of contracting the Coronavirus....
HRCP calls for immediate release of Idris Khattak

HRCP calls for immediate release of Idris Khattak

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LAHORE: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) held a protest in front of the Lahore Press Club on Friday against the enforced disappearance...

قبر میں بھی ماں نے شیر خوار بچے کو سینے سے لگا کے رکھا

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ایمن کے شوہر مختیار حسین اس اندوہناک سانحے کے بعد سے شدید غم اور کرب کی کیفیت میں مبتلا ہیں مگر وہ اپنی دنیا اجاڑنے والوں کو سزا دلوانے کے لئے کسی بھی حد تک جانے کا ارادہ رکھتے ہیں
Rights Watch

Rights Watch (5th March 2020)

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A girl has died, and no one cares

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The case filed by Hina Jillani will be heard on March 9. Till then, the narratives are vague and at certain points appear like internal fights. But if what Afshan Latif says has even a ring of truth in it, the Pujab Ministers nominated in these cases will be in deep trouble. Voicepk.net could not reach Ajmal Cheema for his version till the filing of this report.
Rights Watch

Rights Watch (27th February 2020)

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Rights Watch

Rights Watch (26th February 2020)

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Smog – A human rights issue

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Though air pollution is a year-round phenomenon, it is smog that Lahore is most concerned with – sometimes referred to as the city’s fifth season. Multiple theories about the causes as well as possible solutions of smog in Lahore have come forward throughout the years, but the Punjab Government has no other answer than trans-boundary pollution. Therefore it cannot be controlled. And therefore, it is not a concern of the Punjab Government.

When brute force attacks

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According to Section 354 of the Pakistan Penal Code whoever intends to assault or use criminal force against a woman intending to or of the knowledge to outrage her modesty in public, shall be punished with imprisonment for upto 2 years or more, and/or with fine.