The two investigations were headed by the same policeman and there was also a delay in acting on the complaints.
In a session under AdAsia 2019, Dr Zeelaf Munir shares how diversity becomes a catalyst for business innovation.
Pakistan has lost 9,989 lives and has suffered economic losses worth $3.8 billion from 1998 to 2018.
There are plenty of characteristics of successful startups —but only a few success stories.
While Twitter trends may be artificial, hashtag merchants are real people.
As of November 2019, 895 confirmed cases of HIV have been found in Ratodero. Of these, 754 are children
The 85-year-old retired industrialist says he isn't sure how long he'll live but knows he has found his calling.
The salon is inside a crowded market, surrounded by grocery and milk shops.
Following the SC's cliffhanger verdict today, Gen Bajwa will retain the top military position for another six months.
Dawn.com retraces the major events from that fateful point in history and Musharraf's political descent since then.
An homage to Pakistan's under-represented Kabaddi players and a coach's journey to keep the sport alive in the country.
Follow the American vlogger who is journeying across Pakistan on a rikshaw.
The incident is largely being viewed in the city as an act aimed at provoking the local Muslim community.
Meet Iqbal Bai, a widow who drives a rikshaw in Lahore everyday to provide for her family.
Meet Rustam Ali, a farmer from Chorbat Valley who sends his daughter to school everyday passing several social hurdles.
Shehzad Qaiser shares updates on his life after Ainak Wala Djinn ended.
Mubarak Ali Mallah shares his collection and love for gramophone records in this beautifully shot film.
Aliya Soomro from Lyari boxes like a champion and dreams of winning an Olympic gold for Pakistan one day.
Shareef Maseeh has been cleaning waste off Lahore's streets for 35 years but is still awaiting the respect he deserves.
For Balochistan's coal miners from the Hazara community, life is equally hard both above and below the ground.
These documentary films put the spotlight on Pakistan’s undiscovered heroes and won prizes worth over Rs2 million.
Maulana Fazl is in his mid-60s but his ambition can yet take him to ever newer landscapes on an already eventful journey
Pro-democracy protesters holding this brick "fortress" are almost invisible as they hide in rooms and corridors.
The city-wide championship was an opportunity for women and girls of all ages to showcase their talents in gymnastics.
Party headquarters are as good as homes for their partisans. Is anyone looking after these emblems of political history?