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In a momentous achievement for Pakistan's tribal regions, Samreen Amir has made history by becoming the first woman to be appointed as a Station House Officer in a tribal district. Her new role places her at the Parachinar Police Station in Kurram District.
سپریم کورٹ نے قرار دیا ہے کہ حق مہر کے تنازعات میں عدالتیں نکاح نامے کی عبارت کی بجاۓ فریقین کی جانب سے لکھوائی گی شرائط کی اصل نیت کو مدنظر رکھ کر کریں
Two sisters of former Special Assistant to the Sindh Government, Ismail Dahiri, told reporters on Wednesday that their brother was planning to kill them in order to gain possession of their share of inherited property.
A-Division police on Sunday arrested a motorcyclist who made sexually explicit gestures at a woman traveling via rickshaw after the victim uploaded a video of the incident to social media.
One Aslam on Monday shot dead his 16-year-old daughter Aiman and wounded her 17-year-old friend for ‘honour’ in Orangi Town's, Qasba Colony. The suspect managed to flee after the murder.
In an interview with Voicepk, national women's footballer Karishma Ali reveals how the struggle for female athletes does not end at just making it to the big leagues
Despite efforts to persuade women to vote in KP's local body elections, complaints have emerged of women being barred from doing so, resulting in a low female voter turnout.
Service providers on Thursday attended a workshop organized by AGHS Legal Aid Cell regarding their role in providing support to rape survivors under the Anti-Rape Act 2021
Pakistan's first National Women's Moot Court competition concluded on Sunday with students from PULC bagging the top two prizes.
Women representatives of the merged tribal districts on Thursday urged the Federal Government to inculcate a conducive environment for women’s political participation through uplift work and maintaining peace in their region.