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An ‘Education Lock-Down’

- Story by Haider Kaleem. The Federal Minister for Education, Shafqat Mahmood justified why the Government must continue its plan to make students attend classes...


COVID Watch (3rd April 2020)

0 UN Support Sought by KP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa health department requested support from UN agencies in establishing an emergency operation center for a response to the COVID-19 outbreak in the region. Personal protective equipment (PPEs), masks, gloves, ventilators, and other medical and protective equipment was also requested to treat coronavirus patients...

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0 Relief for Refugees amidst Pandemic Prime Minister Imran Khan issued orders to government authorities to allocate funds for the relief of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) during the coronavirus pandemic. The funds will be drawn from the approved Rs. 200 billion relief package for poor farmers. According to the...

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On The Frontlines: Sanitary Workers

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

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Against My Will, In The Land Of Pure

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Three women killed for honour in 24 hours in Khairpur By Xari Jalil Four year old Sohnan seems to have retracted into her shell as she...


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An ‘Education Lock-Down’

- Story by Haider Kaleem. The Federal Minister for Education, Shafqat Mahmood justified why the Government must continue its plan to make students attend classes despite the non-availability of the Internet in most of the...
Online Classes: A Shot in the Dark

Online Classes: A Shot In The Dark

0 - Story by Ahmed Saeed. Like much of the world, Pakistan too has also shut down all educational institutions to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the country. At first, the federal government announced that all...
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12 doctors test positive for COVID-19 in Quetta

0 - Story by Haider Kaleem 12 doctors and 2 paramedics in Balochistan have tested positive for the COVID 19 virus, as the provincial government has not been able to arrange the required safety gear for...

زیر حراست قیدیوں کو رہا کرنے پر سپریم کورٹ سندھ ہائی کورٹ پر برہم:...

آج سپریم کورٹ آف پاکستان میں کورونا وائرس کے پھیلاو کے خطرے کے پیش نظر زیر سماعت قیدیوں کی ضمانت پر رہائی کے لئے درخواست کی سماعت ہی.   چیف جسٹس گلزار احمد کی سربراہی میں...
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Pakistanis Stranded in Turkey Yearn to Return Home

0   - Story by Asra Haque. Mohammad Rashid Memon and his family were expecting to return by March 21, 2020. They had all flown to Turkey on March 15 of March for a vacation. Little did...

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Rights Watch (3rd April 2020)

Policeman Kills Women in Sindh Officer Ali Raza Yousufzai gunned down sisters Maria and Ashi Sheikh, and injured their aunt Parveen Sheikh, over a dispute in Tando Adam in Sindh. Yousafzai, who often visited the victims’ home, had become incensed over a yet to be determined matter and drew his gun on the 3 women. The sisters were killed on the spot while their aunt was wounded. Police arrested the suspect and confiscated his weapon, and are investigating Yousafzai’s motive for the double-murder. Parveen Sheikh is currently undergoing treatment at a Hyderabad hospital, while the bodies of the two deceased were sent to Tando Adam Taluka Hospital for post-mortem before being handed over to the sisters’ relatives.
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