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HRCP presents dismal rights picture

LAHORE: The state of human rights in the year 2014 overall has been bad, said I.A. Rehman. The HRCP general secretary was speaking at launch of the annual report on the State of Human Rights (for 2014) at the HRCP auditorium on Friday. The ... DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

LUMS forced to cancel moot on Balochistan

LUMS faculty member Dr Taimur Rehman calls it violation of academic freedom The Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) on Wednesday was reportedly forced to cancel a scheduled talk on Thursday evening featuring Baloch human rights ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago Campus freedoms: LUMS students, faculty protest cancellation of Balochistan discussion event  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago Mama Qadeer talk cancelled on govt's order: LUMS  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago Outcry on social media as LUMS cancels talk featuring Mama Qadeer  DAWN Group3 weeks ago

Lack of good governance in Pakistan

BY I.A. REHMAN WHAT is common to the assault on Lahore churches, the raid on the MQM headquarters, and the bungling in the convict exchange project? The establishment's lack of interest in the art of good governance. Churches and Christian ...
 World Tribune Pakistan1 month ago

PR No. 23 PRESS RELEASE FIRST 660 MW THAR COAL FIRED POWER PLANT IMPLEMENTATION AND POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENTS SIGNED, GENERATION EXPECTED BY END OF 2017 Islamabad: May 4, 2015

PR No. 14 PRESS RELEASE ECONOMIC TIES WITH SRI LANKA MUST BE STRENGTHENED: PM Islamabad: May 4, 2015 Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said that Pakistan's economic ties and trade linkages with Sri Lanka must be further strengthened for ...
 Press Information Department Pakistan1 day ago

The sin of speaking the truth in a world where silence becomes golden

Truths cannot be suppressed. Not by distortions, not by malicious propaganda and certainly not by intimidations and ruthless acts. Unfortunately, with a ferocious frequency, to the public memory are added incidents of brutality, designed and ...
 Kashmir Times2 days ago
The Express Tribune

Signal-free corridor project: Plan to challenge high court order in Supreme Court approved

Appeal will be filed after a carefu­l examin­ation of the detail­ed judgem­ent, says commit­tee chair Supreme Court of Pakistan. PHOTO: AFP LAHORE: A provincial government committee on Wednesday approved a Lahore Development Authority ...
 The Express Tribune5 days ago Public works: LDA stopped from starting new development schemes  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago LHC terms Signal Free Corridor project illegal  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago
Al Jazeera

Campaigning to reform Pakistan's deadly blasphemy law

Pakistani researcher takes an innovative - and dangerous - approach to change the controversial blasphemy law. The recent killing of prominent activist in Karachi is a chilling reminder of the rapidly shrinking space for open dialogue in Pakistan.
 Al Jazeera1 week ago
PardaPhash

LeT, Jaish-e-Mohammed planning aerial attacks on Delhi: Intelligence Agency

New Delhi: Sensing possibility of terror attacks in the national capital, Intelligence agencies (IA) have alerted the Delhi Police, saying that militant groups Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammed are planning terror attack over the city by ...
 PardaPhash1 week ago
DAWN Group

Balochistan CM cannot stand crime : April 27, 2015, 4:20 am

ISLAMABAD: Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik Baloch on Sunday said a good number of Baloch young people have started considering democratic struggle a better way to get rights which is great success of the National Party (NP) and all peace ...
 Daily Times1 week ago The other-isation of Balochistan  DAWN Group1 week ago Baloch youth preferring democratic struggle to militancy: Malik  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Baloch youth prefers democratic struggle over militancy: Malik  Frontier Post1 week ago
Indian Express

Funds lapsed, next instalment missed: IAS Study Centre for minorities remains on paper

Expressing concern over the dismal representation of the minority community in general and Muslims in particular in civil services, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav had in June last year asked the Urdu Academy to set up an IAS Study Centre. Seven ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
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