The reality is: minorities in Pakistan are not safe
Ground reality reveals deep rooted patriarchy that has taken hold of both formal state institutions and informal ones
Incidents of domestic violence are rising due to growing economic pressure and close proximity to an abusive partner
Aurat March has an unorthodox and bold twist that has unleashed an exciting era in the women’s movement
What every govt should realise is that strengthening democratic institutions will protect them
Figures on violence are difficult to come by, particularly intimate partner violence
Progress then is certainly a relative word for onlookers and laypersons
The problem for our prime minister, however, is that the underlying facts do not change
There is actually no comprehensive and consistent definition by the State of who a ‘girl-child’ is
Pakistan’s ruling elite have left little for people to pin their hopes on
Pakistan has decided it will not evacuate its citizens from China to counter the threat of the fast-spreading corona virus. Do you agree with the decision?
Polls are non-scientific, reflect only the online audience and can be manipulated.
Pakistan is home to millions of refugees from neighbouring countries
We as a nation have been very unlucky in terms of leadership
Officials and environmentalists in Pakistan are annoyed over exclusion from the summit despite Pakistan being ranked as the fifth most vulnerable country with regard to global warming
The Sindh government does not seem to be too eager to prevent the crisis
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