3 mn read In 2009, Human Rights Watch(HRW) reported that Chinese Secret Services Agencies detains Chinese citizens for days and months in Secret unlawful detention facilities known as “black jails.”
4 mn read Elections for 45 seats in the 11th general elections were held in Pakistan-administered Kashmir on Sunday, July 25, The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, winning the most seats, followed by the Pakistan People’s Party, and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz came third.
5 mn read In a democratic country, as part of the separation of powers, the Judiciary’s functioning is kept independent of the Legislature and the Executive’s ambit in order to avoid any undue influence of the ruling dispensation in the quest for justice. Essentially, if the judiciary is subverted, the ethos of democracy is in peril. In the Indian Subcontinent, if there is one country that has repeatedly witnessed the undermining of its judiciary, it’s none other than Pakistan. Let’s examine this in detail.
3 mn read It was 2020 when Pakistani law enforcement Authorities disclosed horrifying news about organ Transplantation from Pakistan to China.
3 mn read Eat News interviewed Taha Siddiqui, a winner of the prestigious Albert Londres Prize. Taha Siddiqui is currently Chief-Editor of South Asia Press; he also writes for the New York Times, The Guardian, France News24, Al-Jazeera, and other well-known media.
3 mn read “Let’s go for walk” is a common sentence among friends, couples, and colleagues, but how you react when someone asks you, let’s go for 360 miles long walk.
4 mn read Might you constantly think and have logic that United Nations always protect and promote human rights, civil society activists, human rights defenders, and other peace promoters worldwide? Defiantly, you thought with a firm belief that it is not possible how an un-democratic country China could control and use United Nations to counter human rights defenders.
3 mn read His Highness, Mir Ahmed Suleman Dawood Jan Ahmedzai is current Kalat of Kalat of Balochistan. Khan of Kalat living a life in Exiled in United Kingdom from 2007.
6 mn read Karima Baloch a prominent Baloch human rights defender found dead in Canada, she went missing on Sunday but then after this week Toronto Police found her death body in Lake Ontario, Toronto, Canada.
4 mn read American based Think-Tank, Centre for Global Policy(CGP) revealed in its newly 14th December investigative reports that Chinese government forced half millions Uyghurs Muslims in Chinese Province Xinjiang for cotton industry in China.