Student Javed Baloch was abducted on May 4 from Khuzdar city and remains missing since. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has brought the matter of Enforced Disappearances in the NSC.
The suspension of mobile broadband in Pakistan following Imran Khan's arrest has caused huge financial losses to the IT sector and left thousands unemployed. Lack of consultation and ineffective solutions harm both the industry and Pakistan's reputation.
Veteran playwright and educator Shoaib Hashmi passed away today after a prolonged illness, with an outpouring of grief from thinkers and writers across Pakistan.
Mobile data services restored, but social media platforms like Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook remain blocked in Pakistan. Users resort to VPNs, facing slow speeds and downtime. Suspension initiated to curb misinformation, but human rights concerns raised. Losses in telecom and e-commerce sectors estimated at Rs. 2.49 billion.
The family of journalist and YouTuber Imran Riaz Khan claims that he has been missing since his release from jail on May 11. They fear that he has been picked up by intelligence agencies and is being tortured.
LHC has ordered Police to free two arrested media persons Aftab Iqbal and Imran Riaz. Both were taken into custody under section 3 of the Maintenance of Public Order (MPO) Ordinance. 
Pakistan in turmoil as protests against PTI Chairman Imran Khan's arrest lead to a clampdown on mobile internet and social media. Rights organizations condemn the move, calling it a violation of freedom of expression and access to information.
In 2022 alone, 6 journalists were killed in Pakistan while several faced various forms of violence. In 2023, 17 instances of violence against journalists were recorded, which included attempted murder and 16 cases of physical assault.

Rights Watch | 13 April 2023

Buner man kills wife and three others in Swat A man from Buner district entered his in-laws' home in Sarbab village of Marghuzar and shot dead four people, including his wife and mother-in-law, before fleeing the scene. The incident occurred...
The SC held that PEMRA is bound to consider the opinion of the Council of Complaint before passing any prohibition order. The court also noted that any work of art and literature should not be labeled as “obscene” or “vulgar” without apprising its intended message.