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Zainab: Daughter of Eve

Dr. S. Zulfiqar Gilani | The brutalisation and murder of Zainab focussed attention on some deep and serious problems of our society. There has been...

“Desi Jack the Ripper”? Knifeman still terrorizing Karachi’s women

News Analysis | The mysterious knife wielding woman stabber of Karachi is still at large. On 15th October, 2017, the Punjab police claimed to have...

Saudi Arabia Lifts Driving Ban on Women: Is Prince Salman’s Vision...

James M. Dorsey | Saudi Arabia’s long-awaited lifting of a ban on women’s driving, widely viewed as a symbol of Saudi misogyny, will likely serve...

Pakistan’s Honor-Killing Law Isn’t Enough

Bina Shah | Oct 28, 2016 KARACHI, Pakistan — In Pakistan today, it’s a sad reality that regressive societal attitudes toward women label us as...

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PadMan’s director upset that Pakistan not showing movie

PadMan director Balki says he is planning a special screening of a movie for Pakistani human rights activist Malala Yousafzai. He says that the...

Emma Watson welcomes new guidelines to tackle harassment

News Desk | On Wednesday, Feminist and Hollywood actress Emma Watson stood in support of the new guidelines developed to tackle harassment and bullying in...

Is PTI facing an existential crisis?

News Desk | Senior Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leader Fauzia Kasuri claims that her party, PTI, is facing an existential threat. She said this while addressing...

Government sets in motion PIA privatization process

News Desk | The government of Pakistan has decided to start the long-awaited privatization of the national flag carrier Pakistan International Airline (PIA). Prime Minister...

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