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Khairpur police fail to recover Hindu boy abducted 5 days ago

Police have failed to recover a Hindu boy kidnapped five days ago in Ranipur town of Khairpur district. Surprisingly, no case has been registered regarding the incident as of yet.

Juveniles get right to bail if trials exceed 6 months

The SC has declared a juvenile accused of a heinous crime has the right to be released on bail if the trial does not conclude in six months, clarifying that said period begins from the date of arrest.

Rights Watch | 1st July 2022

The Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz (JSQM), along with the Hindu community and civil society organizations held a protest against the June 28 abduction of an eight-year-old son of a Hindu trader and non-cooperation of police in registering a case.

“The LHC verdict today is a mischievous generosity”: PTI leader

Legal and political experts are of the view that the LHC’s verdict regarding Punjab CM elections could lead to another constitutional crisis in the province.

Citizens queue in scorching heat for ghee pouches but return empty-handed

Soaring prices of ghee and edible oil in the market have forced people to queue for long hours in hot weather at state-managed Utility Stores but many of them return empty-handed as the daily stock of the commodity runs out in a couple of hours.

Baloch women speak out in aftermath of Sindh police brutality

BY XARI JALIL: The return of Karachi University students Doda Elahi and Gamshad Baloch on Tuesday, June 14, has spread a wave of relief across the protesting Baloch community.

SUICIDAL SINDH: Why are so many from Scheduled Castes killing themselves?

BY XARI JALIL: The suicide rates in Sindh especially among the Scheduled Castes are at an alarmingly high rate. Our investigative report finds out the reasons why so many people in this community resort to killing themselves. The answers are grim.

Less than 10% women in STEM in Pakistan: gender stereotypes or choice?

In a country where only 13% of the girls are still in school by the time they reach the ninth grade, it is not surprising that families do not focus on their education and career.

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Karishma Ali: Goal driven & Unstoppable

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

‘نا پسندیدہ’ داوڑ کا سیویلین حکومت کو کڑا پیغام: اب یا کبھی نہیں

منیزے جہانگیر سے بات کرتے ہوئے محسن داوڑ نے شکوہ کیا کہ نئی حکومت نےاب تک علی وزیر خلاف مقدمے واپس لینے کا کوئی اشارہ نہیں دیا- ساتھ ہی ساتھ انہوں نے یہ انکشاف بھی کیا کہ فوجی اسٹیبلشمنٹ وزارت کے لئے ان کا نام دیے جانے پر نا خوش تھی-

20 years on Mukhtar Bibi revisits her ordeal with Munizae Jahangir

20 years on Mukhtar Bibi talks to Munizae Jahangir about the gaps in Pakistan's judicial system which enabled her tormentors to walk free Free to threaten her life even today

“I still get threats,” says Mukhtar Mai

“The men who raped me 20 yrs ago give me death threats to this day. The local police refuse to take action. I had to flee my village & go into hiding to protect my children,” says Mukhtar Mai, in conversation with Munizae Jahangir.

Murder convict pens escape

The story of Nauman Shah, an inmate of the Karachi central jail, being awarded a Million Rupee scholarship by ICAP recently went viral on social media. And while the young man is rightly being portrayed as a beacon of success his life behind bars is far from ideal.

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SUICIDAL SINDH: Why are so many from Scheduled Castes killing themselves?

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BY XARI JALIL: The suicide rates in Sindh especially among the Scheduled Castes are at an alarmingly high rate. Our investigative report finds out the reasons why so many people in this community resort to killing themselves. The answers are grim.

Rights Watch | 5th July 2022

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One Allah Ditta, a resident of Basti Bahadurka in Bahawalnagar, strangled his 17-year-old college-going daughter dead for objecting to his bringing strange women over to their home.
Rights Watch | 4th July 2022

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COVID Watch | 31st March 2021

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28 million AstraZeneca vaccine doses manufactured by India under the WHO's COVAX programme have yet to leave the country due to India’s new export restrictions owing to a surge in national cases. For more stories on the pandemic situation, keep reading.
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