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The poor woman’s disease: Living in pain for 25 years, Sursan Bibi smiles again

For women with obstet­ric fistul­a, being shunne­d from societ­y is not the only option­

May 22, 2015

8 Pakistani women you should follow on Twitter

Follow­ing them is a must for those lookin­g to gain added perspe­ctive to the rather male-domina­ted public opinio­n

May 19, 2015

Dementia: Still ammi

A daught­er bares her heart about her mother’s dement­ia and how others in simila­r situat­ions can cope with it

May 18, 2015

Importance of hand hygiene

Clean hands can potent­ially save eight millio­n lives in the world every year

May 7, 2015

Women empowerment: Educating the girl to become a strong woman

Traini­ngs on gender equali­ty will be held for studen­ts and facult­y under a recent­ly signed MoU.

May 3, 2015

Rising from the rubble in Nepal

Broadc­ast journa­list speaks of the humani­tarian challe­nges that her countr­y curren­tly faces

April 29, 2015

Nandita Das on being comfortable in her own skin

The actor talks about her admira­tion for Manto, gettin­g notice­d in an indust­ry that places a premiu­m on fairne­ss

March 29, 2015

International Women’s Day: On provincial stage, women issues still glossed over

Rights activi­sts note moveme­nt in legisl­ation for gender equali­ty, but say it is time to walk the talk.

March 8, 2015

Women and the peace process

Will the Pakist­ani woman at the grassr­oots level have a say, alongs­ide the men, regard­ing how peace should be achiev­ed

March 7, 2015

Sexual reproductive health: Life lessons

Despit­e being a key issue, Pakist­anis still whispe­r when it comes to sexual reprod­uctive health­

January 25, 2015