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Rights Watch | 17th May 2022

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One Aslam on Monday shot dead his 16-year-old daughter Aiman and wounded her 17-year-old friend for ‘honour’ in Orangi Town's, Qasba Colony. The suspect managed to flee after the murder.
Karishma Ali

Karishma Ali: Goal driven & Unstoppable

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In an interview with Voicepk, national women's footballer Karishma Ali reveals how the struggle for female athletes does not end at just making it to the big leagues

Dismally low female voter turnout at various KP polling stations

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Despite efforts to persuade women to vote in KP's local body elections, complaints have emerged of women being barred from doing so, resulting in a low female voter turnout.

“Key provisions under anti-rape law yet to be activated”

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Service providers on Thursday attended a workshop organized by AGHS Legal Aid Cell regarding their role in providing support to rape survivors under the Anti-Rape Act 2021

PULC dominates all-women moot court, bags first prize

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Pakistan's first National Women's Moot Court competition concluded on Sunday with students from PULC bagging the top two prizes.
Rights Watch | 25th February 2022

Rights Watch | 25th February 2022

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Women representatives of the merged tribal districts on Thursday urged the Federal Government to inculcate a conducive environment for women’s political participation through uplift work and maintaining peace in their region.
Rights Watch - 9th February 2022

Rights Watch | 9th February 2022

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Three of the 20 suspects involved in the alleged abduction and gang rape of two girls, one of them a minor, were produced before a local court on Tuesday and remanded into police custody for three days. For more, keep reading.
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Rights Watch | 10th January 2022

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Khalida Shahid became the first-ever female President of the Hafizabad District Bar Association, bagging 504 votes against Rae Waqar's 501. For more stories on human rights issues, keep reading.
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Rights Watch | 5th January 2022

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Scores of Khaisur residents continued their sit-in for the third day against the killing of 12-year-old Jansada during a confrontation between security forces and TTP fighters last Friday. Protesters demand an official inquiry into the incident and compensation to the victim's family
Meesha Shafi’s cross adjourned due to non-availability of lawyers

Meesha Shafi’s cross adjourned due to non-availability of lawyers

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Following today’s adjournment of Meesha Shafi’s cross examination due to non-availability of either parties’ counsels, the singer criticized media for claiming she was not showing up in court