Fifteen years after Mukhtaran’s ordeal, the jirga and panchayat systems still fail to provide justice to women
A cab service exclusively for ladies is altering women’s experiences with public transport
A personal history framed against tales of migration
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The thirst of Thar’s most-vulnerable is yet to be quenched. They struggle to access clean water despite govt projects.
Meet eight remarkable Pakistani women making a mark in the spheres of politics and governance.
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The HRCP report highlights the country's poor performance in development goals and women's and minorities' rights
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If you can’t soak up the sun, a fishy diet can restore Vitamin D levels
Doctors command a position of trust and respect, but what recourse do you have when those very healers cause hurt?
In the face of competing interests and the absence of a comprehensive law against medical malpractice, today’s doctors
We tend to ignore it or take it lightly but low blood pressure can be as dangerous as high blood pressure