It is not impossible for female (or male) leaders to fulfil promises if they have the will and drive to do so.
The elderly woman has received a ticket from AWP for PS-04 (Kashmore-I), where the PPP's Abdul Rauf Khosa is also contesting.
Sitara Ayaz and Meraj Humayun contesting in NA-19, Nazmia in PK-53, Azala Atta in PK-49 and Yasmin in PK-52.
District has one NA, three PA seats.
Sultanat Bibi says she wants to empower women economically.
Tournament held in memory of Robert Lathouwers breaks barriers.
Police station set up in Sibi after previous ones in Quetta, Gwadar, Turbat and Sohbatpur.
From risky summits to representing Pakistan in media to women and minorities making themselves heard locally, this year has been historic.
Approves $155.5m policy-based loan that supports legal and regulatory reforms to improve women better access to finance.
Hifza Zahid admits her upcycling business needs two to three years to enter bigger markets but is confident it has great potential.
Okays DEO posts for Lower South Waziristan district.
Aurat Foundation organises seminar to reduce violence, highlight women rights.
Shirkat Gah Women Political Forum members express concern about certain political parties opposing ban on child marriage.
Officials say all girls schools are also without their heads.
UNGA president echoes UN chief's remarks; Pakistan too has sent an all-male team, led by PM Kakar.
14.9pc of total women doctors without any job while 20.1pc out of the labour force, the survey shows.
Workshop discusses various issues women face in agriculture with a focus on pulse production.
It voted against the pay of Coca-Cola’s James Quincey, Apple’s Tim Cook and PepsiCo’s Ramon Laguarta.
High cost of travelling termed major factor that compels women to learn riding.
As each organisation is unique, the organisation should tailor the gender strategy to meet the specific needs and goals.
Pakistan scores 55.6 out of 100, which was lower than the regional average observed across South Asia.
Women in Afghanistan remain targets of violence and are underrepresented in peace talks despite promises of a place at the table.
Currently, there are women running finance ministries in 16 countries, and 14 of the world’s central banks.
Only Iraq, Yemen and Afghanistan fared worse when it came to gender parity, according to the report.
The promise is a part of the PTI's plan to reform police in Pakistan.