A cross-border peace group has urged the Indian and Pakistani govts to release this Ramzan and Eid some 750 fisherfolk prisoners languishing in jails on either side despite completing their sentences.
By Rehan Piracha & Xari Jalil LAHORE Outdated and discriminatory bail laws from the Colonial era, and rampant neglect by the state authorities in Pakistan have not only resulted in overcrowding in Pakistani jails and prisons, but have also deprived prisoners...
On March 25th Pakistan's military began its Operation Searchlight in its East wing - present day Bangladesh. Voicepk speaks to journalists to find out how the truth was buried beneath propaganda and disinformation.
The repatriation of Pakistani teenager Iqra Jeewani, who was detained in the Indian city of Bengalaru on January 23, in less than a month to her homeland is unprecedented and gives hope that scores of other prisoners will be similarly facilitated on humanitarian grounds despite the hostilities between the South Asian neighbours, according to peace activists.
As Turkey’s death toll increases drastically, and the body count rises, Pakistan has begun sending its humanitarian aid, despite still reeling from its own situation of dealing with the devastating floods across the country.
Accused Acid Attacker Given 4-Day Police Custody Man accused of acid attack on woman granted 4-day police custody. Kamran allegedly attacked 20-year-old Suneeta near a railway station after she rejected his advances. Police requested 14-day physical custody to complete the investigation....
The Foreign Office on Thursday said it is awaiting Indian response to a consular access request for Pakistani girl #IqraJeewani who was arrested there in Jan. Her father appealed to both governments to expedite her repatriation on compassionate grounds.
Meet Obaidullah Wardak, a professor from Kabul University who prompted a series of resignations in universities across Afghanistan in solidarity with female students.
A letter by the Ministry of Higher Education instructed universities to immediately suspend access to female students on 20 December 2022.
Female parliamentarians across the board rallied in support of Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar after a disgruntled MNA criticized the government for sending a woman to Taliban-ruled Afghanistan.