. Aasia Bibi. LAHORE: An appeal against her blasphemy conviction by Aasia Bibi was fixed for hearing on February 14, three years after it was filed, but not taken up by the court, The Express Tribune learnt on Monday. Bibi's criminal ... The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago
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by Haroon Khalid seeks to disaggregate the generalized narratives of victimhood surrounding the country's minorities and replace them with a narrative derived from meaningful engagement with them. Taking up an ethnographic approach with a focus on ...The Friday Times, 4 days ago
SAHIWAL/BAHAWALPUR/TOBA TEK SINGH/ SARGODHA/HAFIZABAD/SHEIKHUPURA At least 10 persons including four women were killed and eight others injured in different incidents of violence, enmity and road mishaps over the past 48 hours. According to ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago
If the fear of death deterred terrorists from carrying out terrorist activities and criminals from committing crimes, would the few, mostly developing countries which practice death penalty still have the highest crime rates? Around 140 ...The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago
When 69-year-old British Pakistani, Mohammad Asghar came to Rawalpindi in 2010, he was shocked to find that one of the two properties he owned there was occupied by a notorious land grabber. He filed a complaint against him before leaving for the ...The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
Two eye-witnesses to the murder of former federal minister for minority affairs, Shahbaz Bhatti in 2011 have filed a police complaint saying they received death threats from banned terror groups after they appeared in court last month. Mr. Bhatti ...The Hindu, 1 month ago Eyewitnesses in Shahbaz Bhatti murder get death threats The Hindu, 1 month ago
I testified before the Congressional Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission (TLHRC)'s hearing on the Defending Freedoms Project on January 16. The TLHRC, co-chaired by Reps. Frank R. Wolf (R-Va.) and Jim McGovern (D-Mass.), launched this initiative to ...The Hill, 1 month ago
The New Year in Pakistan is fated to begin with cold dismay. Three years ago, just as the year began, Governor Salmaan Taseer was martyred . It was not one of the many murders that we suffer every day; it was in many ways, the murder. It defined and ...The Express Tribune, 2 months ago
LAHORE: Salmaan Taseer was a brave man who never shied away from raising his voice for the voiceless, the marginalised, the poor, and for women and minority rights. His martyrdom shook us all but it also made us realise that a brave man never ...The Express Tribune, 2 months ago Why should we remember Salman Taseer? The Express Tribune, 2 months ago
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