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No country for musicians

Mirwais Nabi always dreamt of becoming Afghanistan’s pop sensation but his dreams were shattered after the Taliban took over. His office was attacked and all his musical instruments were vandalised leaving him no choice but to flee his homeland.

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No country for musicians

Mirwais Nabi always dreamt of becoming Afghanistan’s pop sensation but his dreams were shattered after the Taliban took over. His office was attacked and all his musical instruments were vandalised leaving him no choice but to flee his homeland.

Enact protection bill for minorities, demands civil society from PM

The Joint Action Committee for People’s Rights (JAC) - around 37 human rights groups - have also drafted an open letter urging the Prime Minister to take legal as well as administrative measures to protect minorities 

WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY: When a home becomes a prison

As Pakistan marks Mental Health Day, mental health experts say society must prioritise help for children who are scarred from emotional strain.

Leftover Landmines: A Nightmare Reborn

The entire belt of the merged trial districts, formerly known as FATA has been trying to move on from conflicts from the past, but the leftover land mines still buried in unknown areas, continue to take lives, and limbs both. 

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Torkham to Kabul: In conversation with senior journalist Farzana Ali

Aaj TV's Peshawar bureau chief and senior journalist Farzana Ali talks to voicepk.net about exploring human stories in Pakistan's tribal belt, and how it led up to her visit to Taliban-led Afghanistan

Incensed journalists march to Parliament House against Black Law

Media workers from across the country on Sunday marched to Parliament against the govt’s proposed PMDA. Journalists set up an overnight sit-in camp for Monday's protest during President Alvi's address to the parliament.

Unpacking the National Democratic Movement: A conversation with Muzamil Shah

A candid conversation with Muzamil Shah Central General Secretary of the newly formed National Democratic Party, announced by MNA Mohsin Dawar earlier this month.

Augustine Jacob becomes first KP activist to receive SP Singha Award

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.

“Attempted takeover of Pakistani tribal areas a possibility with the rise of Afghan Taliban”

“The TTP has set up alternative administrative structures, very similar to those being set-up by the Afghan Taliban in territories they control, in at least 7 districts of ex-FATA"

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