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Gilgit:  Specially-abled persons in Gilgit-Baltistan area of Pakistan are facing troubles in getting  education and job quota due to bureaucratic hurdles, media reports said. more
#AttacksWontSilenceUs trends as Pakistani women journalists unite, release statement on online trolling by ruling party goons

Islamabad: Several women journalists and commentators in Pakistan have united and issued a joint statement against online abuse and trolling that they face daily, making it "incredib ...

Imran Khan's communal harmony agenda tanks as Pakistan forces Ahmadiyyas to remove religious signs from graveyard

Lahore: The Imran Khan-led Pakistan government's communal harmony charade was blown away yet again, revealing the true nature of the regime and its abhorrence towards other religion, ...

Baloch poet rejects literary award from Pakistan govt due to state’s oppressive policies

Islamabad/IBNS: A Baloch poet has rejected an academic award from Pakistan citing the Imran Khan government’s policies ‘inflicted’ on Balochistan that have ‘subjug ...

Human rights experts discuss plights of minorities in Pakistan

Washington: Human rights experts recently discussed the condition of minorities in Pakistan and expressed their hardships and sufferings in the south Asian nation at a time when the world ...

Kashmir and 1947 Genocides: Who is handling hate-spewing Twitter handle of Imran Khan?

A careful examination of only two of a long list of atrocities committed by Pakistan during the events that unfolded on and after October 22, 1947 will help  establish who is the act ...

Pakistan govt allegedly imposes ban on Balochistan Human Rights Commission's website

Quetta: In yet another attempt by the Pakistani authority to curb down the Baloch voices, PM Imran Khan-led administration has imposed an indefinite ban on the official website of Human R ...

Pakistani intellectuals fear Imran Khan's call for educational reform is reaction to Aurat March

Islamabad: Pakistan PM Imran Khan's announcement on bringing education reform in his nation specially reacting to the 'Aurat March', which began annually since 2018, has raise ...

Pakistan Religious Affairs Minister opposes inclusion of Ahmadis in minority commission

Islamabad: Pakistan's Religious Affairs Ministry has decided to approach the federal cabinet seeking a review of a decision that pertained to the inclusion of a member of the Ahmadiyy ...

COVID-19: Pakistani people struggling in Dubai to return home, accuse embassy of selling tickets at premium

Dubai: The Imran Khan government in Pakistan is under attack by Pakistanis stuck in Dubai and desperate to return home amid COVID-19 outbreak.