Thursday, August 17, 2017

Sindh Human Rights Commission demands information about alleged kidnappings by LEAs

M. M. ALAM KARACHI: Sindh Human Rights Commission (SHRC) expressing serious concerns on reported enforced disappearances of rights activists in Sindh has written a letter to the Home Secretary, DG Rangers,

Sindh government decided to shift 270 ‘notorious criminals’ to ‘high-security jails’ in other cities

KARACHI: Two hundred and seventy high-profile criminals will be shifted from the Central Jail Karachi to other prisons in the province within the next 10 days, Sindh Apex Committee decided in a meeting

Petitions against NAO repealing law: SHC asked Sindh and Fed. Govts to submit replies by 16th August

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI: Federal & Sindh governments have been asked by SHC to submit their replies by 16th August on the petitions (filed separately  by PML-F's Nusrat Sehar Abbasi & MQM's Farooq

Banned custom of jirga used to settle Shikarpur feud in which 27 people were killed

SANA MAHMOOD SHIKARPUR: Trio of a local elder, a former provincial minister and an ex-MNA mediated a jirga ( - custom banned by SHC - ) to settle a dispute between two warring Jatoi factions near here

Evading Karachi-Op. are militants re-emerging in upper Sindh with Afghan/IS support?

M. M. ALAM KARACHI: Sources privy to the have insinuated that dodging the ongoing operation in the Metropolis, where their maneuvering capability had been wiped out, militants are endeavoring

Sindh excise minister expresses ‘inability’ to control student drug users

KARACHI: Excise and Taxation Minister Mukesh Kumar Chawla has expressed his inability to take action against the use of drugs at educational institutions across the province saying that it was ‘outside

Civil society issues contempt notice to Sindh govt. for intervention in police department

M. M. ALAM KARACHI: In a joint Press Conference held here today a number of civil society activists such as PILER’s Executive Director Karamat Ali, Citizens Trust against Crimes’ Nazim F. Haji, Aurat

IG Sindh tells CM how police is being paralyzed as an organization

M. M. ALAM KARACHI: Sindh's Inspector General Police  A. D. Khowaja has written a two-page letter to the CM informing him of ways the institution is being paralyzed rendering him powerless. Referring to

Karachi’s Benazir Bhutto Park to get Wi-Fi free

KARACHI: Karachi’s Benazir Bhutto Park is likely to get filled with hundreds of thousands of people as the Sindh government is planning to make it a ‘free Wi-Fi’ zone for visitors. The provincial


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