ISLAMABAD: A petition seeking action against organizers of the Aurat March held on March 8 to mark the International Women's Day has been rejected by the Islamabad High Court. Justice Athar Minallah dismissed the petition after hearing…
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has ordered an inquiry into numerous death, rape and violent threats received by women marchers who participated in the event, said Nighat Dad, on Tuesday.
Orya Maqbool Jan wants Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa to take suo motu notice of a placard from the Aurat March that read 'Dick Pics Apne Paas Rakho'.
The Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) have strongly reacted to the Aurat Azadi march, claiming that the rally aimed at destroying 'healthy family life'.
Well-known poet Kishwar Zehra has criticized the slogans that were being used during the event of Aurat March recently held throughout Pakistan.
The very known Pakistani celebrity Veena Malik who usually remains the focus of public attention on account of controversies is now of the view that the event of Aurat March has brought about a massive disrespect to the women in Pakistan.
The Aurat March has evoked anger and criticism from some men. The latest is actor Shaan, who criticized some placards. In turn, Pakistani women called him out for his remarks.
The Aurat March has come under a lot of fire over the past few days with some people taking offence to the language used in the placards.
Stop using feminism as an excuse to hate on men, said comedian Ahmad Ali Butt, in a lengthy Facebook message on Tuesday in which he slammed certain women for spreading hate.
In response to the Aurat March, Pakistani men have come forward with an initiative of their own--Mard March. Plus, they have placards to go with it as well.
There was a lot of hate and rage on social media after the recent Aurat March concluded. The placards raised by participants evoked outrage on social media for being blunt and bold. Here are some of the best tweets in response to all the…
PTI MNA and television personality Dr Aamir Liaquat has criticized the 'Aurat March' and asked the prime minister to investigate where the funds for the rally came from.
KARACHI: Thousands of women took to the streets on a nationwide call to voice their concerns over women's rights and their right to empowerment in the prevailing patriarchal society.
The #AuratMarch2019 is in full swing and we can't help but notice all the colourful and witty posters doing the rounds on social media. So, we decided to select the 10 best...