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Court forms commission to look into conversion of Hindu girls

Mufti Taqi Usmani will be part of the investigation

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Transgender person attacked

Adnan was shot in the back by two attackers

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‘This is the era of science, don’t kill our youth for asking questions’

What will happen to the Mashals in the other houses of Pakistan?

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Aurat March is about Mard too

The slogans are behenchara (sisterhood) and yakjehti (unity)

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Mashal Khan’s father takes the torch forward

Iqbal Lala appeals to the media to promote tolerance

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Two men arrested in Faisalabad in the rape and murder of a seven-year-old

The girl’s body was found at a nearby factory hours after she went missing

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Khairpur’s Hindus in shock after holy books set on fire at Kumb temple

The arsonists targeted sacred books and idols at the temple

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Two suspects arrested in the rape of a five-year-old in Bahawalpur

The girl’s parents say they saw a young man attack their daughter while the other stood guard

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Pakistan’s garment makers use the police to suppress unions

They also manipulate labor laws to deprive workers of social security, pension benefits

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In Pakistan’s sweatshops, workers are fired for asking for toilet breaks

Serious labor rights abuses in garment factories, says Human Rights Watch

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Supreme Court extends its powers to Gilgit-Baltistan

It has also ordered that residents of the area be granted fundamental rights

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SC to hear schizophrenic death row inmate’s appeal against his sentence a day before execution

Khizar Hayat has been on death row for 16 years and has been diagnosed with psychosis and schizophrenia

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First Pakistan execution of 2019 of schizophrenic man planned Jan 15

Khizar was first diagnosed as a schizophrenic in 2008

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Imran Khan asks UN chief to take note of human rights violations in Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir dispute is not a bilateral issue between Pakistan and India but an internationally recognised dispute, says PM

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Germany beat Turkey for right to host Euro 2024

Politics and respect for human rights in Turkey emerged as key themes in the campaign

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Facebook definition of ‘terrorism’ helps states mute dissent: UN expert

Use of broad definitions as the basis for the use of Facebook may lead to discriminatory implementation

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The status quo, multidimensional poverty, and child labor

Out of the 218 million children employed into the workforce worldwide, 62.1 million of the child labor takes place in Asia and Pacific, meaning that in prevalence, 1 in every 14 children is a victim of child labor in Asia and Pacific. The International Labor Organization coins the term “child labour” as work that deprives…

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