Sunday , December 17 2017
Latest News
Home / Tag Archives: women

Tag Archives: women

Feed Subscription

Bismah to lead Pakistani squad in New Zealand

Lahore : The Interim Women’s Cricket Selection Committee headed by Basit Ali has announced 14- member Women’s team squad along with 4 reserves to feature in the ICC Women’s Championship Round -1 against the New Zealand Women Team. The 3 ODI and 4 T20I series is scheduled to be held from October 31, 2017 ... Read More »

4 Railways Police cops punished for harassing women

Lahore : In response to a complaint received by Punjab Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW), AIG Pakistan Railways Police has held four women police officials guilty of misconduct on account of disgracing and harassing two young women at Lahore Railway Station. It may be mentioned that a complaint ... Read More »

Hameeda Waheed lauds Nepal for fixing one slot among president, PM,speaker for women

Lahore : Provincial Minister for Women Development Hameeda Waheed ud Din has said that women of South Asia are coming forward in all sectors of life and their representation in elected houses has substantially improved. She is representing Pakistan in South Asian Women Development Forum in Kathmandu, Nepal. Hameeda Waheed ... Read More »

Kasur, Muzaffargarh and Rawalpindi will be made violence-free districts for women

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Women Development, Hameeda Waheed ud Din has said that after Kasur, Muzaffargarh and Rawalpindi will also be made violence-free districts for women. She was talking to Resident Director Aurat Foundation Mumtaz Mughal and Zohra Bano of OXFAM, here today. Provincial Secretary Bushra Aman was also present ... Read More »

Nadeem Nusrat slams abuse of women in PTI’s rally

Lahore: The Convener of Muttahida Quami Movement Nadeem Nusrat strongly condemned the maltreatment with a woman at PTI’s rally in Peshawar. In a statement issued from London Secretariat, Nadeem Nusrat said it seemed quite usual to abuse women in PTI’s gatherings and no action yet to be taken by party leaderships. He said that it ... Read More »

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif notice molesting women in PTI’s Lahore jalsa

Lahore: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has taken serious notice of molesting women in PTI’s Lahore jalsa held on 1st May at Charing Cross. The prime minister order that the accused involved in molesting women should be apprehended and dealt with law strictly. Read More »

Anusha Rehman condemns disgracing events of women in PTI public gatherings

Lahore: State Minister for Information Technology Ms Anusha Rehman Monday strongly condemned persistent disgracing events of women in Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) public gatherings of Islamabad and Lahore. Addressing a press conference, here she asked PTI leadership for sharing action taken against the culprits after Islamabad incident. Flanked with Ms Mariyum Aurangzeb ... Read More »

Lucky women will get scooties in August

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Women Development Hameeda Waheed-ud-Din has said that the project of provision of scooties to women has been given a final shape. She was addressing a meeting presided over by Provincial Minister for Finance Dr. Ayesha Ghaus Pasha in the committee room of Civil Secretariat, here today. ... Read More »

Awareness is needed about harassment law on workplace of women:Zakia Shahnawaz

Lahore: Provincial Minister for Population Welfare and Environment Protection Begum Zakia Shahnawaz has said that there is a need of creating awareness among society about law for checking harassment on workplace of women. She said that Punjab government had passed this bill in 2012 but there is a need of ... Read More »

Women’s exclusion from top governance slots alarming: HRCP

Lahore: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has called for addressing the ‘near-complete exclusion’ of women from top governance positions in the country. A press statement issued by HRCP on Saturday, as part of its media campaign ahead of International Women’s Day (March 8), said that even though women ... Read More »

Scroll To Top