Pakistan has made significant progress towards gender equity: Report

Over the last seven years, the number of Pakistani men who think women should have equal rights increased by 15 percent, says a survey report

Afghan govt summons Pak diplomat on Imran Khan’s remarks

The Afghan government Saturday summoned a Pakistani diplomat on remarks by Prime Minister Imran Khan about possibility of formation of a new government.

‘Uplift of tribal districts will take time due to decades rule of outdated laws’

The premier announced Rs 2 billion in loans for the youth of tribal districts to start their business on easy instalment and zero markups.

‘Judiciary, LEAs’ role crucial to end violence against women’

Despite several international commitments on gender equality and women’s human rights, Pakistan’s ranking on gender equality remains one of the lowest in the world.

US, Taliban talks end without breakthrough

The fifth round of talks between the Afghan Taliban and the United States on Tuesday ended without any breakthrough in Doha, Qatar.

Pakistan condemns killing of 8 Waziristan tribesmen in Afghanistan

Pakistan on Tuesday condemned the killing of eight Pakistani tribesmen from North Waziristan tribal district in Afghanistan’s Paktika province.

Australia marks Women’s Day with discussion on women changemakers

Australia’s High Commission Saturday hosted a panel discussion on ‘Women who are shattering glass ceilings,’ in collaboration with LadiesFund.

Forest dept registers FIR against IAF pilots for bombing trees in Balakot

The federal government has also announced to register a complaint against India of ‘Eco-terrorism’ at the United Nations.

Punjab establishes first ever authority to regulate private women hostels

This year’s International Women’s Day came with a breakthrough for working women across Punjab as the government announced the establishment of the provincial Women Hostel Authority

Court Acquits Maulana Samiul Haq’s Personal Secretary

He was arrested after the police investigating team examined Syed Ahmed Shah’s first and last statements, which were conflicting.

Pakistan Navy foils Indian submarine’s bid to enter Pakistani waters

After thwarting Indian air and land aggression, now the Pakistan Navy has also foiled an attempt of Indian Navy to enter Pakistani waters.

Dialogue only way to resolve issues between India, Pakistan: Qaiser

Speaker National Assembly said that Pakistan wants third-party mediation for talks with India.

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