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Thousands of residents in villages in Kacha area of Rajanpur remained stranded amid floods while some of them are evacuating on their own on locally built boats which are at risk of collapse due to the overloading of belongings and people fleeing the flood-hit region.
Stranded inhabitants of Kacha areas along the borders of Rahim Yar Khan and Rajanpur districts await government relief as floodwater begins surrounding them.
PDMA Balochistan reports that 31 out of the province's 34 districts have been badly affected by monsoon-related disasters.
By Xari Jalil: Youth is the biggest stakeholder in climate action because of the intergenerational nature of climate challenges and deserves to be at the forefront of all planned policies and action.
The death toll from Balochistan floods and rains has reached a worrying 136, while at least 13,000 homes have been destroyed leaving thousands displaced and without shelter.
While Sindh has remained water scarce since the past 20 years, a combination of severe climatic conditions and unequal distribution is destroying lands and livelihoods.
Combating climate change cannot happen in a day. But the time to start is now. Otherwise, it will just be too late.
A group of 100 people begins discussions as part of the world’s first global citizens’ assembly on climate and ecological crises. The Global Citizens’ Assembly will present their findings at the UN COP26 climate summit in November
Family and friends of the slain Noor Mukadam held a peaceful demonstration outside the IHC against the pre-arrest bail of prime accused Zahir Jaffer's abettors.
Police booked a case against a seminary teacher under section 372 (selling a minor for purposes for prostitution) and section 18 of the Motion Pictures Ordinance 1979 after coming across a video of the suspect raping a minor boy. For more news on human rights concerns, keep reading.
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