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Rights Watch | 15th July 2022

Mobina Town police on Thursday registered a case under Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act against a man accused of murdering his wife and boiling her body in a pot in Karachi's Gulshan-e-Iqbal on Wednesday.

Rights Watch | 14th July 2022

A married woman and three unmarried teenagers were kidnapped in three separate incidents in Taxila's Wah area on Wednesday. Police have yet to trace the missing women and no suspects have been arrested so far.

Rights Watch | 5th July 2022

One Allah Ditta, a resident of Basti Bahadurka in Bahawalnagar, strangled his 17-year-old college-going daughter dead for objecting to his bringing strange women over to their home.

Rights Watch | 4th July 2022

Concerned neighbours on Sunday rescued three children from their abusive father in Usman Town, Faisalabad. Rescue 1122 shifted the minors to Allied Hospital for therapy while the father has been arrested.

Rights Watch | 2nd July 2022

A young man and his friends murdered his mother, a local political leader, and her alleged paramour for 'honour' in Jacobabad on Friday. Police believe the suspects have escaped to Balochistan.

Rights Watch | 1st July 2022

The Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz (JSQM), along with the Hindu community and civil society organizations held a protest against the June 28 abduction of an eight-year-old son of a Hindu trader and non-cooperation of police in registering a case.

Rights Watch | 28th June 2022

A polio worker and two police officers were killed when unidentified gunmen opened fire on them in North Waziristan's Datta Khel tehsil on Tuesday. A polio eradication campaign was launched in teh area on June 9 after 11 positive cases emerged this year.

Rights Watch | 27th June 2022

In an interview with a private news channel, Federal Minister for Human Rights Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada claimed that some missing persons were in contact with Kulbhushan Jadhav, and suggested that the issue of missing persons be handled by security agencies rather than a commission

Rights Watch | 11th June 2022

The parents of a 25-year-old woman have accused her husband and in-laws in Jati Pind village of burning her alive on Friday. The father of the victim claims she was being abused for the past few years.

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CJP terms allegations against Teesta Setalvad “preposterous”

Trustees of the Indian human rights organization Citizens for Justice and Peace on Tuesday issued a statement condemning the arrest of Indian activist and journalist Teesta Setalvad by Gujrat Police, which the organization held is an attempt to target her work with victims of the post-Godhra riots of 2002.

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22 years behind bars – A Pakistani jailed in India awaits repatriation

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