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Campaign for women’s rights announced

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KARACHI: On the eve of National Women’s Day, Uks Research Centre annou­nced a month-long campaign on ‘Women’s Rights and the Feminist Movement in Pakistan’ at its office here on Tuesday. February 12 is a reminder of the historical struggle initiated in the 1980s by women’s rights activists under the banner of the Women’s Action Forum […]


‘Women’s economic empowerment to end poverty in Pakistan’

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LAHORE -Queen Máxima of the Netherlands Wednesday laid stress on women’s economic empowerment to end poverty in Pakistan. “The digital financial services in Pakistan like FINJA should support housewives and other women in Pakistan to set up small home-based industries and businesses,” said Queen Maxima while talking to small merchants during her visit to Ghalib Market […]


Women’s economic empowerment must to end poverty: Maxima

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LAHORE: Queen Maxima of the Netherlands on Wednesday laid stress on women’s economic empowerment to end poverty in Pakistan. “The digital financial services in Pakistan should support housewives and other women in Pakistan to set up small home-based industries and businesses,” said Queen Maxima while talking to small merchants during her visit to Ghalib Market, […]


Alyani affirms commitment to women’s safety

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QUETTA: The government of Balochistan is committed to ensuring safe and secure environment to women in the province. It plans to set up anti-harassment cells at division and district levels. These views were expressed by Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani during a meeting with activist and social scientist Dr Fouzia Saeed on Wednesday. […]


IHC wants blasphemous content on social media blocked

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  ISLAMABAD: Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui of Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday urged religious scholars to jointly deal with the issue of blasphemous content on social media. The court observed that the bureaucracy had apparently failed to tackle such a sensitive issue which sometimes resulted in the murder of alleged blasphemers. The judge, who […]