Priyantha Kumara, a Sri Lankan national has been beaten to death by a mob on allegations of blasphemy in Sialkot on Friday. He had been living & working in Pakistan since 2010 and was currently working as GM in a sportswear manufacturing company
Priyantha Kumara, a Sri Lankan national has been beaten to death by a mob on allegations of blasphemy in Sialkot on Friday. He had been living & working in Pakistan since 2010 and was currently working as GM in a sportswear manufacturing company
The European Union in Brussels backs Asma Jahangir Conference in Lahore after federal ministers accused the organizers for furthering a partisan agenda, reports Geo TV.
The Human Rights Council has decided to appoint a Special Rapporteur in March to monitor the situation of human rights in Afghanistan following adoption of an EU-sponsored resolution.

Silencing a People’s Assembly

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“Everything is a risk in Pakistan: If you defend women, it's a risk. If you defend non-Muslims, it's a risk. If you discuss religion, it's a risk. But you can't really sit there like a vegetable in your own society. And I'm committed to that society... and I feel I need to turn around and speak as I should.”
Combating climate change cannot happen in a day. But the time to start is now. Otherwise, it will just be too late.
As the UN's COP26 conference is set to begin in Glasgow, Scotland, journalists are putting forth appeals for the right to cover environmental issues
At least three journalists were attacked by Taliban fighters for covering a women's protest in Kabul.
Journalists in IOK are facing increasing harassment and threats from the Indian forces
As Pakistan marks Mental Health Day, mental health experts say society must prioritise help for children who are scarred from emotional strain.