Savior or Spy? Pak govt expels foreign employees of Save the Children

Pakistan has given foreigners working for Save the Children a week to leave the country after becoming convinced that the aid organisation was used as cover by US spies hunting Osama bin Laden.

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Indian Police search for an NGO that conducted illegal surgeries

Bihar Police were on Tuesday looking for the directors of a voluntary organisation that conducted a health camp where three unqualified volunteers allegedly performed tubectomies on 53 women without anaesthesia and proper medicines, officials said.

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PU arts students target famous brands in thesis work

LAHORE – The graduating class of the Punjab University Fine Arts Department displayed their theses in Graphics in the department’s auditorium.

Their works were presented on several topics and in three or four styles, where established brand names were used to present new ideas. For instance, Aisha Chughtai’s work was done keeping in mind the objectives of . . . → Read More: PU arts students target famous brands in thesis work

Child marriages: 10-year-old girls for Rs100,000

It might look like child’s play but little girls dressed up in bridal gowns and jewellery are too often married off to men much older than them in a terrifying aspect of reality.

Some parents may marry them off because they have no money or give their hands in marriage to settle disputes. Other motivating . . . → Read More: Child marriages: 10-year-old girls for Rs100,000