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Parents Committee holds protest against fee hike

Lahore : A Protest was demonstrated against an illegal fee hike and declining quality of education by private schools of Punjab in front of Lahore Press Club Lahore with a joint effort of Parents action committee and Civil Society Network, where a large number of parents and civil society participated. ... Read More »

Civil Society lodges complaint to PEMRA against” Aisay Nahi Chalay Ga “

Lahore : The civil society condemn the hatred and defamatory  words used by so called anchor person Amir liaqat hussain in his programme Aisay Nahi Chalay Ga which was,   broadcasted on 21st Jan. 2017 and 23rd Jan 2017 at BOl TV at 10.30pm, in the said programme he has ... Read More »

The civil society and PPP stage a protest outside Lahore press club

Lahore : The civil society and Pakistan people’s party stage a protest today outside Lahore press club Lahore to condemn the disappearance of civil rights activists salman Haider and other three members of the civil society. The participants said that this state of affairs is not tolerable as it’s clearly ... Read More »

Government of Punjab should implement Child Rights Convention : Abdullah Malik

Lahore : The civil society organizations including Civil Society Network and Centre for Human Rights Education have expressed deep concerns over the negligence of the Government of Punjab in resolving the issues related to child abduction and their exploitation. They have strongly condemned the attitude of the concerned elected representatives, and the departments ... Read More »

CSNP condemns the Model Town massacre on its second anniversary

Lahore: The Civil Society Network Pakistan (CSNP) has condemned the massacre of the fellows and students of the Minhaj ul Quran, Model Town Lahore that was merely a result of state terrorism. In a statement issued on Friday after the completion of 2 years of the massacre of Model Town, ... Read More »

Civil Society demands to Declare 16th December as a “National Day Against Extremism “

Lahore: Students of schools, colleges, universities and people from different walks of life gathered at Lahore’s Mall Road in front of the Punjab Assembly for a Protest Rally in the memory of all those who lost their lives at the Army Public School – Peshawar on 16 December 2014 and victims ... Read More »

Civil society condemns the statement of MQM chief Altaf Hussain

Lahore: The civil society condemn the highly objectionable statement given by the MQM chief Altaf Hussain on Sunday, the said statement is against the sovereignty and integrity of the country. He also blamed Pakistan armed forces and its institution the words he used in his speech are not just objectionable ... Read More »

Justice Ali Baqar directs CM Punjab to submit his affidavit

Lahore: Justice Ali Baqar Najafi, one man inquiry Tribunal has adjourned the proceedings for 26.07.2014 at 11:30 a.m. Nadeem Hassan Asif, Secretary Establishment Government of Pakistan has sent a report narrating the facts and circumstances which prompted the Federal Government to transfer I.G.P. Punjab. The same has been made part of ... Read More »

Civil Society pay tributes to the great freedom fighter Shaheed Bhagat Singh

Lahore: 83rd anniversary of the great revolutionary leader Bhagat Singh was observed with traditional zeal and zest in the provincial capital of the Punjab.The Bhagat Singh Foundation & other Civil society organizations held a vigil to pay tributes to the great freedom fighter  Shaheed Bhagat Singh at Shadman Bhagat singh chowk.At ... Read More »

Terrorists are enemy of islam: Abdullah Malik

Lahore: The member of Civil Society Network Abdullah Malik, Sadaf Afzal, Dr. Rabia and Amna Malik condemn the recent statement of Syed Munawar Hassan Ameer of Jamaat-i-Islami in which he is stated that Hakim Ullah Mahsood is a shaheed and those who are providing intelligence information to the american are ... Read More »

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