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#RIP- Iqbal Haider was a voice of voiceless people # Obituary

  Agencies and Jatin Desai Former Law Minister, and co-chairman of Human Rights Commission of Pakistan Iqbal Haider passed away on Sunday in a local hospital here in Karachi. He was suffering from lungs ailment. His funeral prayer will be… Continue Reading →

Hindu teen girl kidnapped in Pakistan #VAW #Minorityrights

    Agencies : Islamabad , Thu Aug 09 2012 A 14-year-old Hindu girl has been kidnapped from Pakistan‘s Sindh province, triggering widespread concern among the minority community members and reports of their apparent exodus. The teenage girl, Manisha Kumari, was… Continue Reading →

Pakistan: Investigate Plot to Kill Leading Rights Activist Asma Jahangir

Human rights watch, June 6, 2012- Pakistani authorities should urgently and thoroughly investigate the alleged plot against Asma Jahangir and hold all those responsible to account, regardless of position or rank. A threat against Jahangir is a threat to all… Continue Reading →

Death sentence for Singing and Dancing in Pakistan #WTFnews

Residents of a remote tribal village sentence two men, four women to death for allegedly violating segregation at wedding. By Nazar Ul Islam / AFP Four women and two men have been sentenced to death in northern Pakistan for allegedly… Continue Reading →

Nearly 1,000 Pakistan women “killed for honour” in 2011

At least 943 Pakistani women and girls were murdered last year for allegedly defaming their family’s honor, the country’s leading human rights group said Thursday. The statistics highlight the growing scale of violence suffered by many women in conservative Pakistan,… Continue Reading →

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