April 14th, 2021; By Rehan Piracha; LAHORE; There are close to a million street children in cities across Punjab, says Sarah Ahmad, chairperson of the Punjab Child Protection and Welfare Bureau, announcing a renewed push against child beggary during Ramzan.
Former judge of the Lahore High Court Malik Mohammad Qayyum, who passed away on Friday in Lahore, authored many significant judgments relating to women's rights in the country.
"Fighting Back from The Digital Fringes" uncovers the devastating impact of online harassment, cyberstalking, and other forms of digital abuse through the powerful stories of four women. Don't miss the opportunity to join the conversation and be a part of the change.
August 17th, 2020 By Shaukat Korai Karachi: Activist Sarang Joyo who has been working for the...
Jun 23, 2020: The gash that liberal society received of educationist Junaid Hafeez’s arrest over alleged blasphemy, is still as fresh as it was on the first day. Hafeez, a 34 year old Fulbright scholar, who was teaching at the Bahauddin Zakariya University ...
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.
The Federal Government appears to be making moves to initiate talks with disgruntled Baloch nationalists to end a decades-long insurgency in the country’s largest province Balochistan. This development comes after Prime Minister Imran Khan alluded to talks during a visit to Gwadar on Monday, July 5.
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.
More than 15,000 Dalits are dwelling in Karachi’s dilapidated, ramshackle houses in the Hindu Para locality of Chaneser Goth.
August 15th 2020 By: Hamid Riaz Lahore, Julie Khan, a trans rights activist was arrested by...