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Forced to survive on the bare minimum, Afghan refugee youths cannot pay for higher education in Pakistan. Their only hope is govt scholarships, but there have been no schemes in the past 40 years
This August 14, two members of the Christian community open up about issues they feel strongly about.
Minorities urge Government to raise standard of education, and avoid discrimination
The People’s Commission on Minority Rights (PCMR) has expressed dismay over the reported remarks of Chela Ram, the chief of the state-appointed National Commission on Minorities (NCM), expressing his disagreement with the content of the report presented by the one-man Shoaib Suddle commission to the Supreme Court.
Peshawar East Cantt police on the orders of a sessions court lodged an FIR under section 295-A and 295-C against Aurat Azadi March organizers participants in Islamabad for allegedly displaying blasphemous slogans. For more human rights news, keep reading.
Man guns down wife and her alleged paramour in the Mangoli area of Nasirabad district, Balochistan for 'honour' on Tuesday. Police have arrested the assailant and confiscated the murder weapon. For more stories on human rights abuses in Pakistan, keep reading.
Jazz launches 3G and 4G services in South Waziristan border areas a month after Prime Minister Imran Khan assured provision of quality internet in the region. Students express relief and joy over finally being able to attend online classes. For more human rights stories, keep reading.
February 2nd, 2021 By Rehan Piracha; LAHORE: Prominent educationists have expressed concerns over the passage of the bill in the Senate for compulsory teaching of Arabic language in schools across the federal capital territory.
CanSinoBIO has offered Pakistan special access and pricing options for 20 million single-shot COVID-19 vaccine doses, according to the firm's local partner AJM Pharma Pvt; Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani reiterates schools are obligated to call in half its enrolled student body for classes on alternating days; Fisherfolk community denounces discriminatory policies, calls for uplift schemes and an end to harassment of fisherfolk by security personnel
Sindh IG issues directives to set up minority desks and constitute special teams to receive complaints of minority communities in police stations at range, zonal and district levels by next week. The directives are part of the IG's initiative to reform law enforcement.