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Rights Watch | 22nd February 2022

Punjab Minister for Social Welfare Yawar Abbas Bukhari on Monday said that the department was set to launch a new project to provide education and boarding to special children in the province. For more news on human rights issues, keep reading.

Activist killed for speaking against drug mafia

M. Zada Agarwal from the Sakhakot area of Malakand was shot dead by unknown assailants on Nov 8.

Rights Watch | 2nd November 2021

An ASI severely injured in a violent clash with the TLP at Sadhoke died at the Lahore General Hospital on Monday, raising the number of confirmed deaths among the police to five.
TLP protestors storm into Gujranwala as govt maintains a 'no-talk stance'

TLP protestors storm into Gujranwala as govt maintains a ‘no-talk stance’  

The federal government on Thursday reiterated that it won’t hold negotiations with the banned Tehrik Labaik Pakistan as thousands of its activists marched into Gujranwala city.

Rights Watch | 27th October 2021

Police in Srinagar have booked students & staff of 2 Govt medical colleges under an anti-terrorism law for celebrating Pakistan's win against India in a T20 World Cup match.

Media bodies reject PMDA

PFUJ have rejected the misleading statements of federal minister of Information Fawad Chaudhry.
Dissidents being targeted by Pakistani institutions nothing new

“Being targeted by Pakistani institutions nothing new”

"We have been officially informed by these governments that we are under threat," says Waqass

Another exiled Pakistani activist’s life under threat

A UK court has set the plea hearing in the case of Muhammad Gohir Khan for conspiring to murder Pakistani social media activist Ahmad Waqass Goraya

رکن اسمبلی جاوید لطیف غداری کے الزام میں گرفتار، ن لیگ کی مذمت

تحریر: احمد سعید; لاہور; پاکستان مسلم لیگ کے رکن اسمبلی جاوید لطیف کو پولیس نے ضمانت قبل از گرفتاری خارج ہونے پر لاہور سے گرفتار کر لیا. جاوید لطیف پر الزام ہے کہ انہوں نے عوام کو اداروں کے خلاف اکسایا تھا.

Bill protecting the armed forces from ridicule termed un-necessary

April 8th, 2021; By Hamid Riaz & Hassan Raza; LAHORE; Legal expert have termed a proposed bill, which levies strict penalties for ridiculing the army, an attack on Freedom Of Speech. We talked to the members of the committee who proposed & opposed the bill.