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Seventh man becomes victim to Anti ahmadi violence since August 2020

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An Ahmadi man Kamran Ahmad has been shot and killed by unknown assailants in Peshawar on Nov 9

Rights Watch | 9th November 2021

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A group of women hailing from Balochistan’s Zhob district staged a sit-in outside the Chief Minister House on Monday to protest police highhandedness against a woman.
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Rights Watch | 14th October 2021

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Civil Lines Police on Tuesday busted a gang of pedophiles and rescued a captive minor boy.

Minority Stakeholders demand, the Government to Protect Minorities’ Communal Properties and Places of Worships

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In March 2021, in the backdrop of complaints, the Supreme Court of Pakistan directed a forensic audit of the communal properties managed by the Evacuee Trust Property Board that originally belonged to Hindus and Sikh communities.

Augustine Jacob becomes first KP activist to receive SP Singha Award

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Christian activist and SP Singha Award recipient Augustine Jacob talks to Voicepk.net about his work and how he hopes rights activism in Pakistan can evolve.

The never-ending plight of Dalits

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More than 15,000 Dalits are dwelling in Karachi’s dilapidated, ramshackle houses in the Hindu Para locality of Chaneser Goth.

Proposed amendment in Communal Properties’ Ordinance will complicate situation

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Chairperson of PCMR, Peter Jacob, and its members Justice (R) Kalash Nath Kohli, and Fatima Atif, in a joint statement on behalf of PCMR, have emphatically rejected the idea of passing an amendment to the ordinance that gives absolute power to an entity or person.

Christian couple narrates how their 13-year-old daughter fell prey to forced conversion and marriage

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A Christian couple in Gujranwala narrates the trauma of their 13-year-old daughter’s alleged forced conversion and marriage with a middle-aged married man already a father of five.

Rights Watch | 29th May 2021

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The Punjab Child Protection and Welfare Bureau urged children's shelter homes and NGOs to register with the bureau if they have yet to or face jail-time of up to five years and a fine of Rs. 100,000. For more human rights news, keep reading.

Shafqat & Shagufta: Rotting away in prison

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For one to be a Christian accused of blasphemy is sufficient grounds for the police, for judges, lawyers and society as a whole to abhor that individual, says senior advocate Saif ul-Malook of the seven-years-long blasphemy case of Shafqat Emmanuel and his wife Shagufta Kausar.