As the rest of the world observed the International Women’s Day this month, our nation was once again reminded of how far it still needs to travel before it begins to consider women and children, humans. For 18-year-old Amna of Muzafargarh, the world is not her oyster…it shattered the day she was raped by six . . . → Read More: No country for the beardless
From an upper class wife who seems to manage her husband and her high heels simultaneously to two village girls gossiping on someone’s rooftop under the moonlight – the joys and sorrows of women from all walks of life were explored at an art exhibition on Thursday.
On Thursday, Alliance Francaisé hosted an International Women’s . . . → Read More: Expressions though art
A woman in Pakistan exemplifies the hardworking spirit of women around the world ahead of International Women’s Day.
No society can succeed unless its womenfolk are at the forefront of its social limits and its struggle for progress
International Women’s Day is celebrated every 8th of March to recognize the importance of women in our lives and in society in general. Issues such as Women’s Rights and Women Empowerment receive a lot of . . . → Read More: The Women of Pakistan