Pakistan
PTM leader bail Pakistan PTM leader Ali Wazir granted bail in hate speech case

The Sindh High Court finally granted bail to prominent leader of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement from South Waziristan, Ali Wazir, who was accused of insulting state institutions in a speech in December 2020

Baloch students protest Baloch students protest repeated enforced disappearances

Several student groups gave the call for protests after Bebagr Imdad, a Baloch student, was picked up in broad daylight from the premises of Punjab university (PU) in national capital Islamabad

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan ousted by parliament

Khan had previously dissolved the parliament in the face a no-confidence motion but it was reinstated following a Supreme Court ruling on Thursday April 7

Pakistan in the midst of a full-blown constitutional crisis

Pakistan’s Supreme Court is hearing arguments on the constitutionality of Sunday’s incidents at the National Assembly. A no-trust vote against the Imran Khan government was dismissed on account of it being part of a ‘foreign conspiracy’

No confidence motion Pakistan Pakistan’s parliament to take up no-confidence motion against PM Imran Khan on Thursday

The future of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government is in doubt due to defections and the vacillating position of allies. The country is also facing a major economic crisis

Enforced disappearance Pakistan Baloch students boycott classes to protest enforced disappearances in Pakistan

For over a month, civil society groups, students unions and activists have been seeking information on the whereabouts of researcher Hafeez Baloch who was abducted from the city of Khuzdar in February

Pakistani students intensify protest seeking safe return of missing research scholar

Baloch student groups have been calling for the safe release of Hafeez Baloch by organizing protests, hunger strikes and peaceful demonstrations.

Pakistan political crisis Pakistan’s Imran Khan govt. struggles with political crisis and IMF negotiations amid mass discontent

The Pakistani government’s discussions with the IMF have hit a roadblock after it reduced fuel prices and announced a tax amnesty. Meanwhile, opposition parties have called for a no-confidence motion

Aurat March Pakistan Aurat March in Pakistan completes five years, opposition launches “Modesty March”

The annual Aurat Azadi Jalsa or Women’s Freedom March held in Pakistan on International Women’s Day has successfully gathered massive global attention in the last five years, and an equal amount of opposition from conservative groups at home.

Student unions Pakistan Pakistani students continue struggle against student union ban and score a major victory in Sindh province

After nearly 38 years since the military dictatorship of Zia ul Haq imposed a blanket ban on student unions in Pakistan, Sindh will become the first province to lift the ban if governor Imran Ismail gives his assent to the Sindh Student Unions Bill 2019

Enforced disappearances in Balochistan Pakistan Student bodies demand release of abducted research scholar in Balochistan

Following the abduction of Hafeez Baloch, a physics scholar at Quaid-e-Azam University in Balochistan, a series of protests have been witnessed across Balochistan demanding his safe release

Pakistan farmers protest Farmers protest in Pakistan over fertilizer shortage and other issues, rally announced for February 14 

The Pakistan Kissan Ittehad, which has been spearheading the farmers’ protests since November, has announced a Punjab State-wide strike action by farmers if the government fails to act upon their demands till February 20

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