September 16th, 2020; By Hamid Riaz; LAHORE; “Rape is basically a crime based on the absence of consent,” says Sarah Zaman. “And in context of the Two Finger Test the courts cannot pre-suppose consent just because the victim was sexually active.”
January 24th, 2021; By Hamid Riaz; LAHORE; Sanghar resident Abdul Sattar Awan has been missing for over 2 months. In a petition filed before the Sindh High Court his brother claims that Sattar was abducted by the police. Police has failed to produce Sattar despite High Court's orders.
  By Our Correspondent Human rights activists in Shangla have strongly condemned an illegal act of the local police for frequently uploading suspects’ photos on social media, especially those suspects who have been arrested in minor issues. According to details, police in...
Jun 17, 2020: اکرم  باجوہ  بہاولپور کے چولستانی علاقے میں زمینداری کر کے اپنا گزر بسر کرتے ہیں. اکرم زندگی کی  بیالیس بہاریں دیکھ چکے ہیں اور درمیانی درجے کے ایک ... اکرم نے اپنے بزرگوں سے ورثے میں پایا ہے جنہوں نے  ریتلی زمینوں کو قابل کاشت بنانے کے لئے
It was not until after the second anniversary of Zainab Ansari's rape and murder that the National Assembly finally passed a child protection bill to ensure the basic rights of children. The Zainab Alert, Response and Recovery Bill (ZARRA) 2019...
April 22, By Xari Jalil: The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has been flexing its muscles for a long time in Balochistan now. Historically speaking the TTP has always operated in the tribal areas in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa (KP) especially along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border area.  But now, their presence in Balochistan has gained a strong foothold.
Police have registered a case against two reporters for armed assault and obstruction of justice in the Shangla district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
It was attended by senior leaders of the PPP, the PML-N, the JUI-F, JI, AWP, PK-MAP, the BNP, and PTM among others, as well as members of the judiciary and legal fraternity, reputed journalists and civil society activists.
September 26th, 2020; By Hamid Riaz; LAHORE; Students have set-up a protest camp outside the Bahauddin Zakriya University to demand the restoration of their scholarships. Calling it 'a systemic campaign to limit the number of Baloch & Pashtun students coming to universities in Punjab'
Half a century on - 50 years after West Pakistan lost its eastern counterpart - those who had taken the painstaking journey all the way to present-day Pakistan, travelling in a state of starvation and poverty, and hoping for better times to come – are living today in a country that has not even declared them its own. They live hopeless lives, scarred by frustration. Whatever little they earn is not enough to feed their families.