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Peshawar High Court allows family visits for Dr Shakil Afridi
The Express Tribune

Peshawar High Court allows family visits for Dr Shakil Afridi

Decisi­on came during the hearin­g of a petiti­on filed by Jamil Afridi, Afridi's brothe­r PHOTO: AFP PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court directed on Wednesday the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government to allow Dr Shakil Afridi's relatives to ... The Express Tribune, 1 month ago

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The Express Tribune

Dr Shakil case adjourned again

PESHAWAR: The Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) Tribunal on Thursday once again sought record of the Dr Shakil Afridi conviction case from the Khyber Agency political agent. The tribunal comprising chairman Sange Marjan Khan and member ...
 DAWN Group3 hours ago Dr Shakil Afridi case: Khyber PA fails to provide FATA Tribunal record  The Express Tribune7 hours ago Fata tribunal seeks Shakil Afridi case record  DAWN Group1 month ago Lack of funds: Fata Tribunal remains non-functional  Frontier Post2 months ago
Christian Today

Boycott polio vaccine, say Kenya's Catholic bishops

Kenya's Catholic bishops have opposed a new polio vaccination campaign. Kenya's Catholic bishops have urged a boycott of a polio vaccination programme over fears regarding its safety. The mass oral vaccination programme, run by the World ...
 Christian Today14 hours ago

The silence of Aafia Siddiqui

It has been almost a year since anyone has heard from Aafia Siddiqui, the Pakistani neuroscientist, dubbed by some as "Lady al-Qaeda", who is incarcerated at a prison medical centre in the US state of Texas. Siddiqui was arrested in Afghanistan in ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News2 weeks ago
DAWN Group

Ministry's credibility

Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar's answer to a call attention notice in the Senate to explain the case of the International Non-Government Organisation (INGO) Save the Children has left us no wiser. The minister earlier had laid allegations against ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago Nisar vows to resist foreign pressure over INGO issue  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Pakistan interior minister vows to resist foreign pressure over INGO issue  Asia News Network3 weeks ago Regulating NGOs' affairs  Business Recorder1 month ago
Deutsche Welle

Why Pakistan wants to rein in its civil society

If you think that civil society flourishes and grows under civilian rules, you might be mistaken. Pakistan's example tells an entirely different story. Whereas non-governmental organizations and human rights groups worked mostly freely during former ...
 Deutsche Welle4 weeks ago

Using 'medical intelligence' to track Osama bin Laden

Australian Doctor investigates the use of 'medical intelligence' to track down the al-Qaeda leader. On the night of 2 May 2011, the Pakistani city of Abbottabad was disturbed by the sound of helicopters, gunfire and explosions. US special ...
 Australian Doctor1 month ago

Case of heirs of 16 martyred FC personnel PHC orders center to pay Rs2.5m each to hiers of victims

Sabih Ul Hussnain PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court has ordered the federal government to pay the due rupees 2.5 million each to the heirs of martyred as Shuhda package. A divisional bench of PHC comprising of Chief Justice Mazhar Alam Miankhel ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago

Pakistan's paranoia over Save the Children

By M Ilyas Khan BBC News, Islamabad 25 June 2015 From the section Asia Save the Children's office in Islamabad was shuttered after an order from Pakistan's finance ministry Save the Children is now operating again in Islamabad but the ...
 BBC1 month ago Pakistan's 'paranoia' over Save the Children  BBC1 month ago Pakistan Halts Plan to Ban Save the Children  Care21 month ago Pakistan Briefly Bans Save the Children: The politics of NGOs  OpEdNews.com1 month ago

The 'Bin Laden hunt doctor' case and its impact on polio vaccinations

Initially sentenced to 33 years in prison for being a member of Lashkar-e-Islam, a militant group based in Pakistan's Khyber Agency tribal area, Shakil Afridi is better known for his alleged involvement in a fake hepatitis vaccination campaign in ...
 Deutsche Welle1 month ago
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