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Statistics reveal a distressing interplay between economic hardships, child labour, and various forms of abuse experienced by vulnerable children in Pakistan.
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Pakistani author Fatima Bhutto, panellists from across Middle East highlight failure of UN’s "neutral approach".
‘Pinktober’ is devoted to raising awareness about breast cancer, but little attention is paid to the mental health implications.
Women relate stories of sexual assault, harassment at hands of ‘predators’ using matrimonial apps.
Gazans are said to be experiencing symptoms of continued trauma rather than PTSD; Unicef notes 82pc children living with 'fear of death'.
UK Defence Secretary confronts BBC presenter about the network’s refusal to label Hamas as a “terrorist” group.
2050 crisis threshold may be ‘brought forward by a decade’; new study estimates cost of extreme weather events around $16 million
If accepted, World Bank's recommendations could place additional financial burdens on the already heavily taxed income group.
Embassy decries "harassment" of its nationals; UN official says refugees’ return must be "voluntary".
PPP, PML-N welcome announcement; ANP calls for "specific date"; PTI says it exceeds constitutional timeframe.
Erica Robin will now participate in Miss Universe competition, to be held in El Salvador later this year.
Caretaker foreign minister says MBS visit expected soon, dates not confirmed yet.
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi calls for a transition to intelligent strategies to fix Pakistan’s endemic power problems.
AQLI report classifies Bangladesh as top polluted country; New Delhi emerges as "most polluted megacity".
Celebratory gunfire ruins scores of lives every year; victims call on authorities to rein in the menace.
Hafiz Naseer Ahmed says he has been associated with this work since 40 years.
From children to women, a large number of residents set up sabeels from their own resources.