Woman Fed To Dogs: Taslim Solangi and an End to Civility
By GlobalComment Feature Writer Sanchita Scherezade
November 10, 2008 – 3:25 am
Couple who married for love seek protection
Murtaza case: Hearing put off
Source: OUR STAFF REPORTER October 29, 2008
Senate body discards statement on Balochistan 'honour killing'
ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN: The Senate's functional committee on human rights on Friday rejected an investigation report on the killing of five women in Balochistan for 'honour' as 'ambiguous and incomplete'
Controversy over 'honour killing'
Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari has asked for a report to be drawn up on the case of a 17-year-old woman said to have been killed by her in-laws.
38 honour killings in past three months in Balochistan
QUETTA, Oct 21: Thirty-eight women died at the hands of their relatives, who killed them on the pretext of protecting their honour during the past three months in Balochistan.
PAKISTAN: Three girls handed over to a man who killed his wife on the pretext of honour killing as compensation
ASIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION - URGENT APPEALS PROGRAMME -
21 October 2008