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Rights Watch | 21st February 2022

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Police have registered a case against a man for gunning down his sister-in-law and her alleged paramour for 'honour' on Sunday. For more stories on human rights, keep reading.

Rights Watch | 10th February 2022

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The Sindh High Court on Wednesday directed DIG and SSP of Mirpurkhas to submit a detailed report to the Chief Justice of the investigation into the alleged gang-rape of two girls in Naukot. For more stories, keep reading.

Rights Watch | 3rd February 2022

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An Islamabad trial court on Wednesday adjourned the hearing into the Noor Mukadam case till February 7 after the cross examination of prosecution witnesses finally concluded. For more stories regarding human rights issues, keep reading

Rights Watch | 31st January 2022

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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.

Rights Watch | 28th October 2021

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A survey conducted in GB with the aid of UNICEF found that 1 in 7 children were engaged in labour.

Rights Watch | 27th October 2021

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Police in Srinagar have booked students & staff of 2 Govt medical colleges under an anti-terrorism law for celebrating Pakistan's win against India in a T20 World Cup match.

Rights Watch | 26th October 2021

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The Federal Shariat Court has declared the custom of swara un-Islamic, observing that it violates a number of basic rights of women and girls.
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Rights Watch | October 21st 2021

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A university student in Rawalpindi allegedly tortured and sexually assaulted a woman in the underpass of a metro bus station.

Rights Watch | 13th October 2021

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A doctor from Lahore’s Jinnah Hospital was arrested by the FIA for drugging and filming inappropriate videos of female doctors and nurses.
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Rights Watch | 6th October 2021

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A trial court once again acquitted three accused in the retrial of the 2008 Mazar-e-Quaid rape case. In May, the SHC had overturned their initial acquittal. In 2013, a judge held that DNA was not considered evidence under the Hudood laws.