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Pakistan: Uncertain Gains In Karachi  Analysis
Eurasia Review

Pakistan: Uncertain Gains In Karachi Analysis

By SATP Monday, August 24th, 2015 By Tushar Ranjan Mohanty* On August 10, 2015, Pakistan Rangers in Sindh stated that the first stage of the ongoing targeted action in Karachi, the provincial capital, had been completed. On September 4, ... Eurasia Review, 6 days ago
DAWN Group

REVIEW: Imran Mir Edited by Nighat Mir and Nafisa Rizvi

Reviewed by Saamia Ahmed AS a practitioner and educator swimming in the realm of the creative arts, I see Imran Mir's biographical publication as a rather large and well-thought-out splash in the metaphorical ocean of artists autobiographies. One ...
 DAWN Group4 weeks ago

Man killed for honour

LAHORE - A 28-year-old man was shot dead while his wife wounded critically by his brother-in-law in the name of honour in Nishtar Colony on Thursday. The body was shifted to the morgue while the condition of the injured woman was said to be ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
The Express Tribune

The right to criticise: HRCP calls for greater transparency in Karachi operation

The organi­sation has demand­ed that freedo­m of speech and expres­sion should be ensure­d The organisation has demanded that freedom of speech and expression should be ensured. PHOTO: EXPRESS/FILE KARACHI: The Human Rights Commission ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
DAWN Group

Should the military fight crime and dispense justice?

In the middle of April 2015, the head of the Sindh Rangers whizzed through those areas in Karachi which have been under the spotlight for all the wrong reasons — Azizabad, Kati Pahari, Lyari. It was yet another manifestation of an already known ...
 DAWN Group2 months ago
The Nation Pakistan

OMCT, HRCP ask govt to adopt anti-torture legislation

LAHORE: The World Organization against Torture (OMCT) andthe Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) have asked the Pakistani government to adopt an anti-torture legislation. On the UN Day for Victims of Torture, HRCP Chairperson Zohra Yusuf ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago HRCP wants an effective anti-torture law  Pakistan Today2 months ago Government urged to enact anti-torture laws  HT Syndication2 months 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 ...
 IRIN2 months ago
Dalje.com

Capital punishment is new normal in terrorism-weary Pakistan

Pakistan has become one of the world's most prolific executioners since resuming hangings last year. The move has drawn condemnation abroad, but is mostly seen as a necessary evil by Pakistanis weary of militant attacks.Pakistan has become one of ...
 Dalje.com2 months ago
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