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Nation must protest Hazara killings: civil society

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January 7th, 2021; By Ahmad Saeed; LAHORE; The civil society on Thursday staged a demonstration at Liberty Roundabout to protest the heinous killings of Hazara Shias in Mach, calling upon the government to accept all demands of the victims’ families.

Civil society expresses outrage on Macch incident

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The brutal incident at Machh and the lack of the response shown by the government has given the civil society much to be angry about. They denounced the lack of government writ and demanded protection for marginalised citizens like the Hazaras.

Civil society not satisfied with Karachi incident report

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A statement issued by the ISPR said that there was intense public pressure on the ISI and the Rangers' officials to take immediate action on the incident of desecration of Mazar-e-Quaid and therefore, the officers acted overzealously, creating an unwarranted situation that led to a misunderstanding between the two state institutions.

Civil society expresses reservations on severe penalties in child sexual abuse cases

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October 22nd, 2020; Bureau report; PESHAWAR; The KP govt has proposed amendments to the Child Protection Act to include harsher penalties, such as public executions, which civil society activists say is unconstitutional

Mother of five battered to death

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Jun 18, 2020: In a tragic incident a 32 year old woman Hajra Bibi, who was a native of the northern Baluchistan district Qila Saifullah (Muslimbagh) was tortured to death by her husband Muhammad Sadiq and his brother Inamul Haq over a domestic ...

Civil Society Backs Dr. Arfana Mallah, Prof. Sajid Soomro

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June 11, 2020: The Asma Jahangir (AGHS) Legal Aid Cell condemns the dangerous and contentious misuse of the Blasphemy law of Pakistan for the purposes of threatening, suppressing, and eliminating the academic individuals of ...
The Students of Pakistan and India: Heroes of 2019

The brave heroes of 2019 – Pakistan and India’s students march for rights

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The students of India have found themselves to be at the forefront of these protests against the Modi government, calling it undemocratic and discriminatory against the Muslims. Young activist and former student of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Umar Khalid compares the student protests in both countries and how the demands are similar on both sides of the border because both nations' youth are going through the same perils.