Crime Editorial Pakistan

These horrific stats show that Pakistan is doing nothing to protect its women

What happened: On October 19, representatives of the Ministry of Human Rights informed the National Assembly that during the previous three years, 63,367 cases of

Crime Editorial Pakistan

Swat protests: what a revolution looks like

What happened: The attack on October 10, which resulted in the death of a van driver and the injuries of two students, was the most

Editorial Pakistan

Areas of Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan experience major power breakdown

Details: The national grid’s southern transmission system experienced a breakdown on October 13 (today), primarily cutting out electricity from Sindh, Punjab, and Balochistan. What happened:

Editorial Social Media World

BBC investigation claims that TikTok is stealing 70% of donations meant for Syrians

What happened: According to a BBC investigation, displaced families in Syrian camps are pleading for donations on TikTok while the corporation keeps up to 70%

Editorial Pakistan

ISPR announces promotion of 12 major generals to the rank of lieutenant

Details: On October 11, in a significant shake-up of the top brass ahead of the change in command at the end of next month, the


Did you know? The highest building in Islamabad was operating without a certified fire safety system

What happened: Dawn quoted their sources in CDA which claim that except a few, all high-rise buildings in Islamabad, including Centaurus Mall are operating without

Climate Change Editorial Entertainment

Here’s how Pakistanis reacted after HUM TV said the award show will raise funds for victims

What happened: As Pakistani celebrities landed in Toronto, Canada to attend Hum Style Awards, the community called out the organisers and artists for prioritising a

Culture Editorial Police Politics

This Makkah Imam wasn’t a fan of Saudi ‘modernisation’ so he was sentenced to 10 years of prison

What happened: The Specialised Criminal Appeals Court in Riyadh condemned Sheikh Saleh al Talib to prison on Aug 24, reversing a prior acquittal, according to

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How this Pakistani cleric sparked a debate over #AmmarKaQatilKon

What happened: An online battle is currently trending on Twitter with hashtag #AmmarKaQatilKon between two factions, with one demanding punishments ranging from jail to beheading

Crime Editorial Police Videos

How this journalist (with 1.3m subscribers) misguided viewers by calling Arabela Arpi’s case ‘a drama’

Details: A YouTuber named Syed Ali Haider, who has around 1.23 million subscribers, posted a video on his channel where he dismissed foreign blogger’s rape