“The notorious land mafia is using clerics to implicate innocent people under the blasphemy laws”
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“We are playing our role in that larger struggle through our music”
Parween Rehman’s shocking murder has left the entire country in mourning for a woman who dedicated her life to helping the downtrodden.
“I do believe in the power of art. It is a form of knowledge and it does bring change in its own indirect way.”
“I don’t expect the urbanised class to understand the level of slavery the rural women experience”
“The book served as a window every woman could peek through to look at herself”
Human rights activist Saleem Javed recounts the story of Ali Raza – a Hazara Shia engineer who was hounded out of Pakistan.