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Remembering Saurav Datta: From across the border, memories of a friendship cut short too early
We have lost a wonderful journalist, a brave voice and a tireless activist. I have lost a beloved friend, writes Ammara Ahmad from Lahore.
· Dec 30, 2019 · 06:30 pm
Pakistan could take lessons from Indian civil society in dealing with crimes against women
Indian voters have transformed the politics around rape. Pakistanis should follow.
· Oct 05, 2014 · 12:30 pm