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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, 4 weeks ago
PHC allows family visits for Afridi The Gulf Today, 4 weeks ago

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Fata tribunal seeks Shakil Afridi case record

PESHAWAR: The recently constituted Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) Tribunal on Thursday sought record from the Khyber Agency political agent in a petition filed by Dr Shakil Afridi challenging the upholding of his conviction by an ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago Lack of funds: Fata Tribunal remains non-functional  Frontier Post1 month ago

Shakil Afridi: A Traitor's Tale OpEd

By Muhammad Umar* It has been four years since the American raid in Abbottabad in which Osama bin Laden was killed. The purpose of this article is not to argue the legality of the raid, but the use of medical charity for espionage. More ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago Abbottabad raid: A new story  Financial Daily1 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 Welle1 day 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 Doctor4 days ago The 'Bin Laden hunt doctor' case and its impact on polio vaccinations  Deutsche Welle1 week ago The NSA Plan to Find Bin Laden by Hiding Tracking Devices in Medical Supplies  Intercept1 month ago Man who helped track down bin Laden is in prison  MSN News US2 months 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 week ago

Deutsche Welle Examines Impact Of U.S.-Led Efforts To Identify Osama Bin Laden On Pakistani Polio Vaccination Campaigns

Facebook Twitter Email Print Home Global Health Policy Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report June 25, 2015 Deutsche Welle Examines Impact Of U.S.-Led Efforts To Identify Osama Bin Laden On Pakistani Polio VaccinationCampaigns Jun 25, ...
 Kaiser Network.org1 week 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 week ago Pak Allows 'Save the Children' to Resume Operations  Outlook India1 week ago Pakistan's 'paranoia' over Save the Children  BBC1 week ago Pakistan allows 'Save the Children' to resume operations  Economic Times1 week ago

Parallel funding channels

THE government's typical style of dealing with issues of national importance in a haphazard manner and on an ad-hoc basis invited embarrassment on the diplomatic front last week, despite it being on the right track and exercising its sovereign ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago

Pakistan turns up the heat on NGOs

By Kamila Hyat and Umar Farooq Bye bye? Save the Children's position in Pakistan seems to be precarious ISLAMABAD, 19 June 2015 (IRIN) - The recent closure of Save the Children* in Pakistan has further soured relations between NGOs and the ...
 IRIN1 week ago
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