LHC on Tuesday gave another extension of 15 days to the Punjab govt for submitting an action plan for the implementation of Supreme Court March 25 verdict on restoration of local governments in the province.

Rights Watch | 9 March 2023

Hindu Girl Who Converted to Islam Allowed to Go with Father, Karachi Court Rules A Karachi court has given custody of a Hindu girl who converted to Islam and married. The girl, Rameela alias Saira Bibi, had been placed in...
Two separate letters were signed by civil society regarding the developing situation in the aftermath of the 'dismissed' no-confidence motion. 
December 9, 2020; BUREAU REPORT; LAHORE; In a national conference, eminent speakers from Pakistan’s minority community came together to discuss the issue of forced conversions, and how they could be prevented. The conference was organized by the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) and the People’s Commission for Minority Rights (PCMR) with Voicepk.net as an official media partner. The session was moderated by Munizae Jahangir, Editor-in-Chief of Voicepk.net.
BY XARI JALIL: The return of Karachi University students Doda Elahi and Gamshad Baloch on Tuesday, June 14, has spread a wave of relief across the protesting Baloch community.

Rights Watch | 23 May 2023

Girls' Schools Targeted and Destroyed in Militant Attack in North Waziristan Two girls' schools were destroyed in North Waziristan, Pakistan. No casualties were reported. The targeted schools were Government Girls Middle School, Noor Jannat, and Government Girls Middle School, Yunus...
According to the draft bill, the Alternate Dispute Resolution System in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ‘will facilitate the settlement of disputes without resorting to formal litigations and to ensure inexpensive and expeditious justice’. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Alternate Dispute Resolution 2020 Act will extend to the whole province but the government can appoint different dates for different areas in the province for enforcement.
Independent observer groups PILDAT and FAFEN on Monday said the session of the Punjab Assembly met the requirements for the election of the Punjab Chief Minister despite the grave disorder and violence on the floor on April 16.
March 6th, 2021; By Rehan Piracha; LAHORE; Shireen Mazari, Federal Minister for Human Rights, Saturday defended her party workers accused of assaulting PML-N leaders outside Parliament House as Maryam Nawaz warned that her party workers won’t forgo the attack.
November 7th, 2020; By Ahmad Saeed; LAHORE; The family of the two sisters allegedly gang-raped in Faisalabad has accused the police of siding with the suspects as a court extended interim bail of five accused in the case.