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The Sindh Human Rights Defenders Network (SHRDN) has concluded in fact-finding reports that Hyderabad police shot dead a man accused in case of a minor girl's murder while it illegally detained and tortured an ailing man, the brother of an alleged pocket thief, who died shortly after his release.
Hindu woman's cremated remains desecrated The remains of a Hindu woman’s burnt body were desecrated in Shamshan Ghat in Balochistan. The incident led to widespread...
Police on Monday clamped down on teachers protesting for regularization in Karachi, with women protesters also being beaten and dragged into police wagons.
IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah on Thursday ordered the constitution of a commission, headed by Chairman of the Senate Sadiq Sanjrani, to inquire into and address the grievances of Baloch students.
A 14-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy were sexually assaulted in separate incidents in Chak Jhumra on Sunday. In both incidents, locals were able to apprehend the suspects before surrendering them to the police
An Okara man shot dead his mother and injured his sister for not preparing a suitable bed for him to sleep in.
In the charge-sheet submitted to a judicial magistrate, Dadu police confirmed Asmat Rajput, a fourth-year MBBS student, took her life because she was being blackmailed by Shaman Solangi and his family with a fake marriage certificate.
Improper disposal of COVID medical waste like masks, face shields, gloves, protective gear, and nasal swabs is posing a grave threat to Pakistan’s environment
The Sindh High Court on Wednesday directed DIG and SSP of Mirpurkhas to submit a detailed report to the Chief Justice of the investigation into the alleged gang-rape of two girls in Naukot. For more stories, keep reading.
A man was killed during a routine police check within the limits of Tehkal police station in Peshawar on Friday. Officials claim the victim was carrying a loaded pistol which he accidentally fired, killing him on the spot. For more stories on human rights abuses, keep reading.