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Slain youth’s family calls for arrest of absconders

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Protesters on Tuesday rallied outside the Karachi Press Club, calling for the arrest of the remaining suspects in Jazlan Faisal's murder.

Baloch student reportedly picked up by security forces from Punjab University

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Following the terrorist attack at Karachi University, Bebgar Imdad, a Baloch student, was picked up from the Punjab Univeristy hostels by security forces. Baloch students claim they are racially profiled in wake of such incidents.

PULC dominates all-women moot court, bags first prize

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Pakistan's first National Women's Moot Court competition concluded on Sunday with students from PULC bagging the top two prizes.

Pakistan’s first all-women moot court competition begins

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The YGA, with the support of the Business & Law School, kicked off Pakistan's first women's moot court competition, boasting all-women participants and judges.

IHC issues notice to govt over missing student

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The IHC on Friday issued notices to the secretaries of defence and interior, the COIED, and the QAU over a petition for recovery of missing student Hafeez Baloch.

IHC stops ICT police from arrest of Baloch protestors, Imaan Mazari

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Withholding of the copy of an FIR is against the basic fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution. In the context of all this, Imaan Mazari said that with the attitude of the district administration, the FIR was not shocking at all.

OBITUARY: Dr Mehdi Hasan breathes his last

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Dr Mehdi Hasan's legacy in Pakistan will always remain that of a staunchly principled professional, a progressive journalist, and a deep critic of those who clamped down upon freedom of expression and freedom of press

Back on campus after 4 decades

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The Sindh Government has passed a law reviving students’ unions after almost 4 decades. VoicePk.net talks to students and university administration on how they think these unions will change life on campus.

Has The Punjab School’s disciplinary approach perpetuated a culture of violence?

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After 16-year-old Abdullah tried to commit suicide following unnecessarily severe punishment, more of such incidents have resurfaced from the same school raising questions regarding a culture of violence.

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کیا شہری ہوا بازی کے وفاقی وزیر غلام سرور خان نے پی آئی اے پر خود کش حملہ کیا؟

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International Stories

CJP terms allegations against Teesta Setalvad “preposterous”

Trustees of the Indian human rights organization Citizens for Justice and Peace on Tuesday issued a statement condemning the arrest of Indian activist and journalist Teesta Setalvad by Gujrat Police, which the organization held is an attempt to target her work with victims of the post-Godhra riots of 2002.

مودی کے خلاف بیس سال تک جد و جہد کرنے والی انسانی حقوق کی کارکن تیستا ستلواد گرفتار

گجرات فسادات میں موجودہ انڈین وزیر اعظم نریندر مودی کے کردار خلاف بیس سال تک جد و جہد کرنے والی صحافی اور انسانی حقوق کی کارکن کو سپریم کورٹ کے فیصلے کے بعد جعل سازی اور مجرمانہ سازش کے الزام میں گرفتار کر لیا گیا ہے.

22 years behind bars – A Pakistani jailed in India awaits repatriation

By Xari Jalil: Muhammad Waris who has been in an Indian prison for 19 years but and even after being ‘technically released’ continues to languish for three years in a UP police station waiting to be repatriated.

STATE OF LIMBO: The Forgotten Mentally Challenged Prisoners of India & Pakistan

17 prisoners, believed to be of Indian origin, have been languishing in Pakistan's prisons for over a decade. Due to their mental state, the Interior Ministry and the Indian High Commission have so far been unable to identify their nationality