The recent decision by the PHC to ban media interviews with suspects in custody has sparked discussions among legal experts and human rights activists, raising questions about the balance between freedom of speech and the integrity of legal proceedings
PHC strongly urges the government to immediately cease any harassment directed towards transgender refugees. Amidst the perilous conditions in Afghanistan, 17 transgender individuals have sought sanctuary in Pakistan.
Criticising the regressive decision of the Iddat case decision, participants of Aurat March demonstration in Islamabad unanimously asserted that women's testimony must be conclusive in family matters
Without a Sikh Marriage Act in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sikh couples face legal hurdles in registering their marriages and families. The absence of such legislation in this day and age casts a spotlight on administrative incompetency and the apathy of the government towards minorities’ concerns.
Peshawar police says there have been 53 cases of forced marriages have been reported in the year 2023, in which 35 women and 18 minor girls were identified. This is the story of 14-year-old Minahil.
As the Senate secretariat has announced that the missing persons bill has gone missing, Pakistan struggles to understand why for so many years enforced disappearances are still not criminalised.
The persecution of Ahmadis in Pakistan continues to persist with alarming incidents. In its monthly report, the Human Rights Section of Ahmadiyya Muslim Foreign Missions Office in the United Kingdom states that the demolition of minarets and the vandalism of a niche in an Ahmadiyya mosque in Kotli was the 35th such incident during the year.
Senators from different political parties raised objections as caretaker ministers sought to table a total of eight bills and ordinances on Tuesday. Following the uproar, the session was adjourned until Friday.
A day after Pakistan’s top lawyers’ bodies issued scathing statements against the Chief Election Commissioner, the PBC gave clarifications that softened its stance while the SCBA President, who is currently not in Pakistan, stated that the press release was issued without his knowledge.
Interview with Dr. Summaiya Syed Tariq, the Chief Police Surgeon Karachi, on the recently established Anti-Rape Crisis Cells.