Failure on terror front

The 110 pages damning report by Justice Qazi Faez Isa-led Inquiry Commission on Quetta terror attack of August 8 has categorically exposed the hypocrisy and double-dealings of the state institutions in their policy and action on terrorism. The report has been submitted to a three members Supreme Court bench led…

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Issues in judicial reform

THE celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Lahore High Court offered a good opportunity for discussions on ways to strengthen the judicial system so that it could better guarantee justice to all citizens regardless of their belief, gender or social status. But serious efforts are needed before reform ideas…

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SAHR Bureau Member Jatin Desai writes on his experiences in Kabul and the outcome of the meetings held by the Peace Mission and Dialogue organised by SAHR and AWEC

WOMEN FACING PROBLEMS, BUT ARE RISING IN AFGHANISTAN Afghanistan is changing and changing for good. This is the impression I got during my recent visit to Afghanistan’s capital Kabul to attend a seminar on Dialogue among the Civil Society Representatives of Afghanistan, India and Pakistan, organised by South Asians for…

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