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Pakistan’s UN Representative’s Statement on Pashtun Culture and Women’s Education Sparks...

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Controversy sparks as Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the UN, Ambassador Munir Akram, faces criticism over his statements regarding Pashtun culture and women's education. He clarifies his remarks, stating they were referring to a small minority's perspective and that there is no disrespect meant towards the progressive Pashtun culture.

Rights Watch | 4 February 2023

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Man commits suicide over poverty A 60-year-old man committed suicide by shooting himself in the Kahna, Lahore.  The victim identified as Saqlain Shah, a resident of...

Gharidah Farooqi’s Ongoing Struggle Against Online Harassment, Abuse, And Violence

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Gharidah Farooqi stands tall amidst years of cyber violence, refusing to be silenced in her fight for media freedom and women's rights.

Rights Watch | 3 February 2023

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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...

ICT schools to decide complaints of corporal punishment in 15 days:...

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Schools in Islamabad are to decide any complaint of corporal punishment within 15 days, according to rules notified for the law banning corporal punishment.

In a rare protest, KP cops hold demos in major cities

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In a rare protest, police personnel in KP took to the streets across major cities to call for an independent probe into the Peshawar bombing.

Pakistan awaiting Indian nod for consular access to girl arrested there

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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.

Rights Watch | 2 February 2023

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Teacher Accused of Brutally Assaulting Student, Resulting in Suspension of School's Registration A schoolteacher in Korangi hit a student with a stick, causing fractures in...

Shahid Khaqan resigns from the party post

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1 February 2023 By Ahmed Saeed LAHORE Former Prime Minister and senior leader of Muslim League (N) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Wednesday, February 1, resigned from the...

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Pakistan awaiting Indian nod for consular access to girl arrested there

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.

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Taliban ban women from universities in Afghanistan

A letter by the Ministry of Higher Education instructed universities to immediately suspend access to female students on 20 December 2022.