January 28, 2023 16:17 (IST)
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Pakistan: Punjab region registers 15,750 complaints of harassment made by women

Pakistan'sPunjab region has recorded  15,750 complaints made by women  against harassment, violence, kidnapping and murder this year.

Pakistan: Minister says 600,000 pregnant women in flood-hit areas lack facilities

Pakistan's Minister of State for Finance and Revenue Dr Aisha Ghous Pasha has said  600,000 pregnant women in flood-hit areas lack maternal health services and have no safe place to deliver.

Pakistan: Women in Charsadda demonstrate against excessive gas prices, power cut

Charsadda: Women from Pakistan's Charsadda city recently demonstrated against excessive gas prices and electricity load shedding.

Pakistan is second worst country for women, says WEF report

Islamabad: A report released by the World Economic Forum has shown Pakistan is the  second-worst country in terms of gender parity.

Pakistan: Women protest against Mepco over power supply suspension

Multan, Pakistan: A large number of women residents of a Pakistani housing colony on Tuesday took to the street against Multan Electric Power Company (Mepco) for disconnecting their domestic electricity connections in the limits of Baghdadul Jadid city sub-division.

Women must enjoy their constitutional rights: Pakistan's CJP

Islamabad: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Gulzar Ahmed has said women in the country should enjoy all rights guaranteed to them by the constitution of the land.

Pakistan witnessing rise in violence against women: Report

Islamabad: The Board of Trustees of Transparency International Pakistan recently expressed concern over the increase in violence against women in the country, media reports said on Sunday.

Pakistan's culture wars: Liberal-conservative faceoff over PM Imran Khan's alleged sexist remarks

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, once known as a "ladies' man",  continues to draw flak over comments perceived as sexist, but party’s women leaders have sprung to his defense calling him a "symbol of women's empowerment".

Pakistan newspaper appreciates Election Commission's decision to mandate each province to have at least one woman district election commissioner

A major Pakistani newspaper has appreciated the country's Election Commission's decision to mandate each province to have at least one woman district election commissioner.