There are thousands of children like Zainab who are abducted, abused, sold, sexually exploited and tortured every day.
Violence against women
Violence against women
Police have started an investigation into the allegations after lodging a case against the suspects.
New Delhi Judge Dharmesh Sharma also orders Kuldeep Sengar to pay a fine of 2.5 million rupees to the victim.
In India, gruesome reports of rape and retaliatory killing are hauntingly familiar
The march culminated in a demonstration outside the Quetta Press Club.
The National Human Rights Commission says it is concerned that the killings will "send a wrong message to society".
The attack, the second major case of violence against women in the past two weeks, has sparked public outrage in India.
The two investigations were headed by the same policeman and there was also a delay in acting on the complaints.
The men had been in police custody and were shot near the scene of last week's crime, says Shamshabad police official.
One suspect flees from court premises.
Official says suspect has been arrested and booked under Section 354 of the Pakistan Penal Code.
Dr Fouzia Saeed meets CM to particularly discuss the torture and harassment of women and child abuse in the province.
On International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women, UN calls for end to continued impunity for perpetrators.
Police register case against suspect, who is on the run.
Sajawal was charged in the case of stripping a girl and parading her naked in the street in October 2017.
"Report didn’t establish initial theory of suicide," says Police Surgeon Dr Abbasi.
DPO says a special team has arrested the suspect.
PHC displeased with long delay in arrest of prime accused.
Victim was drugged, raped by suspects, father tells police.
Students of different organisations gather in front of Balochistan University’s main gate carrying placards and banners.
Suspects offered tourist a ride to her accommodation before forcing her into the vehicle, police say.
That safety of students is being taken so lightly by administration raises concerns about other varsities as well.
Woman says in FIR that her brother-in-law hit her in the face with an axe, husband also beat her up.
One suspect arrested by police; raids being carried out to apprehend the other four men.
FIA officials say the suspect confessed to his crime, surrendered passwords of fake IDs he created of the woman.
He along with his accomplices had been committing street crimes since the last five months, says SSP Azfar Mahesar.
A case was registered against the couple at Sundar police station on Friday.
"Wartime atrocities and peacetime violence against women are mutually constituted — they are part of the same problems.”
The victim has claimed that her neighbours have been harassing her for the past six months; no arrest made so far.
Shafi had challenged the Punjab governor's decision to dismiss her sexual harassment complaint against Zafar.