Approaching World Contraception Day and International Safe Abortion Day, UN experts emphasize the urgent need to protect sexual and reproductive rights, especially in crises. They call for global commitment to access to contraceptives and safe abortion services.
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.
Two years post-Taliban rule in Afghanistan, migrant musician in Pakistan intensifies confront myriad challenges due to a lack of documentation. The call for a legal framework grows louder as these voices seek refuge, recognition, and a chance at a better future.
The caretaker Punjab govt is reconsidering an archaic 146-year-old law to exert control over Punjab's theatre houses. Through its rigid criteria, the act is paving way for yet another layer of repression in performing arts.
By Annam Lodhi: Excessive development around ancient sites from the Gandhara Civilization have worried visitors and cultural enthusiasts who believe the already neglected sites may be erased in this manner.
LGBTQ Afghans live in fear of death back home and persecution in Pakistan. Their only hope is sanctuary in countries that protect their queer community, but even that is a light that grows dim with each passing day.
Pakistan's blasphemy laws cast a dark shadow on religious minorities, fostering fear, discrimination, and violence. Recent amendments fuel concerns, as misuse and ambiguity persist, threatening justice and coexistence.
Is the Pakistan Army ready for renewed negotiations with Baloch separatists? Rather than a military solution, is there a political solution to the crisis in Balochistan? These questions and more are the focus of Voicepk.net's special webshow on the Balochistan question.
منیزے جہانگیر سے بات کرتے ہوئے محسن داوڑ نے شکوہ کیا کہ نئی حکومت نےاب تک علی وزیر خلاف مقدمے واپس لینے کا کوئی اشارہ نہیں دیا-
ساتھ ہی ساتھ انہوں نے یہ انکشاف بھی کیا کہ فوجی اسٹیبلشمنٹ وزارت کے لئے ان کا نام دیے جانے پر نا خوش تھی-
28 million AstraZeneca vaccine doses manufactured by India under the WHO's COVAX programme have yet to leave the country due to India’s new export restrictions owing to a surge in national cases. For more stories on the pandemic situation, keep reading.