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Pakistan: Why we can’t rid society of weapons

by Naeem Sadiq,  With each blast, massacre and killing, Pakistan as a state, fails one more time. How many citizens will be slaughtered or blown apart by militants before our delusion gives way to reality? Pakistan stubbornly continues to live in… Continue Reading →

#Pakistangangrape – 9-year-old kidnapped and gang-raped #Vaw

 06 January, 2013, 08:17, http://rt.com/news TAGS: Children, Crime, Pakistan, Violence An archive photo of a Pakistani girl. (Reuters / Fayaz Aziz) A nine-year-old Pakistani girl has been taken to the hospital in critical condition after being kidnapped and brutally gang-raped. The girl’s mother has… Continue Reading →

A slice of Bihar in Karachi #indopak

Sameer Arshad and Tnn | November 10, 2012, Times Crest Few know that Pakistan has an impressive number of migrants from Bihar who have hung on to their cultural identity for decades. Punjabi folk singers lined the road, performed bhangra to dhol beats to… Continue Reading →

Pakistan–Dalits express concern over Hindus’ migration

  By: Our Staff Reporter | August 14, 2012 |The Nation KARACHI – The Pakistan Dalit Solidarity Network (PDSN) and the Pakistan Peace Coalition (PPC) have expressed serious concerns over growing insecurity among the Hindu population in Sindh, which is causing migration of… 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 →

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