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Child rights experts expressed their belief that legislation alone cannot end child marriages. Awareness-building, advocacy, education and collaboration at the federal, provincial, local and grassroots level are also key.
Student Threatens Suicide Unless Rapists Arrested for Sharing Explicit Videos Online A university student in Muzaffargarh has threatened suicide unless the police arrest four suspects...
A 14-year-old Hindu girl, allegedly abducted by her tutor at gunpoint, was presented in court today. The accused claims she is 18 and converted to Islam to marry him of her free will, however her father's has evidence which proves otherwise.
The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) urges accountability & transparency in state institutions to address human rights challenges in Sindh. Rise in police encounters and crime, impacting marginalized communities. Women/girls face infrastructure hurdles. Education & healthcare gaps persist. Positive steps, but more needed.
Sindh Assembly has unanimously passed an amendment bill to allow the Sindh Human Rights Commission to visit business premises to check any abuse of the rights of employees.
Around 30 displaced families with sick children and women from flood-hit Jacobabad in Sindh have relocated to Balochistan’s Kalat city, only to find no support.
Balach Nowsherwani tragically drowned while attempting to save a minor who fell into a karez inundated with rainwater. The two are yet more casualties of an ongoing natural disaster.
BY XARI JALIL: The suicide rates in Sindh especially among the Scheduled Castes are at an alarmingly high rate. Our investigative report finds out the reasons why so many people in this community resort to killing themselves. The answers are grim.
While Sindh has remained water scarce since the past 20 years, a combination of severe climatic conditions and unequal distribution is destroying lands and livelihoods.
By Rehan Piracha: scores of people including women were arrested by the Jamshoro police and slapped with Sedition and terrorism charges. Writer Taj Joyo and his family were some of them.