Azmat Hussain covers the story of the courageous Misal Khan who had lost his leg in an accident in 2006 but was able to get a prosthetic leg that saved him from living a life of dependency. Click here to read the full story.
Haider Naseeb, a speech and hearing impaired child from a village in Buner, is eager to attain formal education and wants to become a successful person when he grows up. His intentions to achieve all of this are firm despite the unavailability of facilities to help persons with disabilities. Click here to read the full story.
Fazal-ur-Rehman narrates the heart-wrenching story of a journalist, Ansar Abbas, who lost his both arms as well as 21 members of his family in one of the many devastating bomb blasts of 2008 in Dera Ismail Khan. However, losing both his arms does not deter him, and he continues to set an example by following his passion for journalism. Click here to read the full story.
Aneesa Kanwal explores modern practices of slavery of transgender persons where they are bought and sold from one guru to another for forced prostitution, beggary, etc. Click here to watch the full story.
Aneesa Kanwal investigates the reasons for a mother killing her four children and herself in Head Rajkan, Bahawalpur. While the family members refrain from commenting on the situation, the local police classify it as a suicide due to poverty. Click here to read the full story.
13-year-old Kamla was beaten to death by her husband and discarded in a garbage dump in a bazaar in Kharotabad, a suburban area of Quetta. According to Aurat Foundation, 30 women were killed in the name of honor last year alone. Click here to watch the full story by Iqbal Kakar.
Balochistan is suffering from a severe water shortage. Groundwater is drying up. If there is no rain, Balochistan will suffer from a severe water crisis. Click here to watch the full story by Iqbal Kakar.
Noorul Ain investigates the claims of religious minorities regarding their undercounting in Pakistan’s census. While the overall population has increased, the number of minorities has appeared to decrease. To watch the full story, click here.
Rukhshanda Taj reports on the merciless murder of a woman journalist, Shaheena, by her husband in Turbat, Balochistan. The police have not been able to catch the perpetrator while her family awaits justice. Click here to read the full story.
When will killing in the name of honor stop? Rakhskhanda Taj questions the gruesome killing of a teenage girl by her father to prove his honor to society. This is not the first case of honor killing in Balochistan. In 2021, there were 118 reported killings in the name of honor. To read the full story, click here.
Who are these people living in slums? What do they do for a living? How do they end up this way? Saira Panhwar from Hyderabad takes a sneak peek at the lives of slum-dwellers. Click here to watch the full story.
When the local body elections were announced in Mardan, Harinder Devi decided to contest the elections because she wanted to work for women like her. She asked many people for help and guidance to explain the procedure, but there was no one to explain it, making her miss the deadline. Click here to read the full story.
The four-day sports event was wrapped up in a day due to the out-of-context and non-factual social media coverage of the girls’ athletes’ celebration of the victory at the Mardan Sports Complex. An FIR has been lodged against the local journalist and his accomplices under the anti-riot provisions, but government officials are determined and hopeful to resume the girls’ games. Click here to read the full story.
Gender equality and human rights are frequently discussed around the world. However, the incidents of atrocities and violence against women continue to grow. One such practice is honor killing. Not only innocent young girls and women but old-aged women are also brutally murdered with shameful accusations. Wali Muhammad Zehri explores the realities of these killings in his report. Click here to read the full story.
Ziaullah investigates the growing numbers of drug addicts in Peshawar as they are seen camping on the main roads, continuing to use drugs during the day. Attempts to cut off their supply are insufficient in contrast to the growing number. Drug addicts who have sought treatment are often denied due to the lack of space in rehabilitation centers. Click here to read the full story.
Ziaullah explores various reasons for women not reporting the incidences of sexual harassment. According to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial Ombudsperson, since 2010, a total of 110 sexual harassment cases are reported. Click here to read the full story.