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Shafqat Hussain's execution halted after massive social media ...

Pakistan's Shafqat Hussain was to be put to death on March 19 for a crime he allegedly committed when he was 14. But an aggressive social media campaign saved his life barely hours before the execution. Rights activists in ... Deutsche Welle, 1 week ago
The Express Tribune

How Twitter reacted to the Nine-Zero raid

Politi­cians, journa­lists, and activi­sts took to Twitte­r to voice their opinio­ns on the bigges­t news story of the day A Rangers soldier displays weapons recovered during a raid on MQM headquarters in Karachi on March 11, 2015.
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

National women's day: Struggle for rights continues

Rights activi­sts honour the works of women writer­s. Baighairat Brigade artist perform at an event at Nomad. PHOTO: HUMA CHAUDHRY ISLAMABAD: Rights activists and writers gathered at the Nomad Gallery on Thursday to reiterate their ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
International Business Times India

Pak Outraged at Saudi Prince's Arrival for Hunting Rare Birds

Saudi Prince's arrival in Chagai district of Balochistan for hunting rare birds, despite a ban issued by the court, has irked many citizens of Pakistan. A Saudi man release his falcon during a hunt in a desert in Saudi Arabia. (Representation ...
 International Business Times India1 month ago

Civil society protests Shikarpur attack

ISLAMABAD: A number of people gathered in F-6 Markaz on Saturday to protest the deadly bomb blast on an Imambargah in Shikarpur on Friday. Addressing the participants, human rights activist Marvi Sirmed commented that the day of the blast, Prime ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Shikarpur massacre: Condemnation crosses sectarian divide

Reside­nts protes­t, vow to fight sectar­ian, ethnic violen­ce . Protesters chant slogans demanding action against the group that claimed responsibility for the attack. PHOTO: HUMA CHOUDHARY ISLAMABAD: Sectarian and ethnic violence ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Two Pakistani think-tanks ranked in global top 20

ISLAMABAD: Among 211 South Asian think-tanks included in the 2014 Global Go-to Think-Tank Index, only two — the Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) and Pakistan Institute of International Affairs, have made it to the top 20. The ...
 DAWN Group2 months ago

SDPI stands 19th in South Asia in global TTs ranking

January 23, 2015 Think Tanks (TTs) play a prime role for the promotion of socio-economic development in a country besides serving as a platform for various stakeholders, guarding the larger interest of public on specific issues, and producing ...
 Business Recorder2 months ago

We are clearly not fighting extremism

ISLAMABAD: Notwithstanding the much publicised National Action Plan (NAP) for countering terrorism and extremism framed in the aftermath of the Peshawar school tragedy, it appears that the state still lacks both; clarity on extremism and the ...
 DAWN Group2 months ago

Remembering APS victims: Call to never forget resonates in capital

Protes­ters in Aabpar­a and D-Chowk reiter­ate their resolv­e to fight extrem­ism and terror­ism Protesters in Aabpara and D-Chowk reiterated their resolve to fight extremism and terrorism. PHOTO: MUHAMMAD ...
 The Express Tribune2 months ago
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