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Status of Afghan Refugees and Asylum-Seekers in Pakistan

Pakistan has long been hosting one of the largest numbers of Afghan refugees in the world. However, following the Taliban’s arrival in Kabul, Islamabad has refrained from granting refugee visas…

Does Aurat March, Pakistani Feminism, Need a Religious Message? Articles Asia

Is Reconciliation Possible Between Pakistani Feminism and Religion?

The struggle for women’s rights under the banner of Aurat March started on 8 March 2018. Since then, it has remained persistent in taking up women’s issues and ridding them…

Aurat March: Bringing Forth the Change Articles Asia

Aurat March: Bringing Forth the Change

Change does not come by sitting idle. Societies evolve but not without contentious politics. Repertoires of contention might vary and could be questionable to many, but communities begin to decay…

India’s War Crimes In Kashmir Articles Asia

India’s War Crimes in Kashmir

Khalil Dewan, the Head of Investigations at Stoke White, London, an international law firm, recently published a report titled ‘India’s War Crimes in Kashmir: Violence, Dissent and the War on…

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