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‘Meesha maligned in FIA challan’: lawyers

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Meesha's legal team has reacted to the reporting by FIA that she was held ‘guilty’ saying it is for the court to decide whether she is guilty or not.

‘46% of victims of forced conversions are under 18’

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In a national conference, eminent speakers from Pakistan’s minority community came together to discuss the issue of forced conversions, and how they could be prevented. The conference was organized by the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) and the People’s Commission for Minority Rights (PCMR) with Voicepk.net as an official media partner. The session was moderated by Munizae Jahangir, Editor-in-Chief of Voicepk.net.

46% of victims of forced conversions are under 18

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December 9, 2020; BUREAU REPORT; LAHORE; In a national conference, eminent speakers from Pakistan’s minority community came together to discuss the issue of forced conversions, and how they could be prevented. The conference was organized by the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) and the People’s Commission for Minority Rights (PCMR) with Voicepk.net as an official media partner. The session was moderated by Munizae Jahangir, Editor-in-Chief of Voicepk.net.

NEHA & AKASH: Transgender marriage issue still in murky waters

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Aug. 11, 2020: On the morning of Friday, August 7, Justice Chaudhry Abdul Aziz’s courtroom at the Rawalpindi Branch of the Lahore High Court, brimmed with curious spectators who had gathered to hear what would happen in the proceedings. It was the case of the “same-sex marriage”, and in the last few days it had received a lot of media coverage ...

Blasphemy accused shot dead in Peshawar court

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Jul 29, 2020: An elderly man accused of blasphemy was shot dead inside a court room in Peshawar during the hearing of a case, police confirmed. The incident happened on July 29, at around 12 o clock pm Peshawar’s judicial complex ...
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Rights Watch | 13th May 2020

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Hearing On Military Court Cases: The Peshawar High Court (PHC) adjourned on Tuesday, May 12, 300 petitions against military court convictions of suspected militants till June 16 to allow the government time enough to ...