Media Coverage

  • Times of India –...

      Published: Times of India - March 23, 2013 BARNALA: Despite real threats by religious groups of Pakistan not to demand renaming of a roundabout after martyr of yore, legendary martyr Bhagat Singh aficionados paid tributes on his 83rd martyrdom day. Institute for peace and secular studies (IPSS) convener Diep Saeeda in...

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  • Times of India –...

      Published: Times of India - March 9, 2013   Sensitizing the youth The department of life long learning and extension, Panjab University, in collaboration with Young Women\'s Christian Association (YWCA), Sector-11, celebrated International Women\'s Day by sensitizing the youth on violence against women. Joginder Mukerjee, chairperson of YWCA, said, \"Women...

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  • Daily Times- Vigil held...

      Published: Daily Times - March 3, 2012 Staff Report LAHORE: Civil society activists held a candlelight vigil to pay tribute to assassinated federal minister Shahbaz Bhatti on Saturday at Liberty Roundabout. The vigil was organised by the Institute of Peace and Secular Studies (IPSS). People belonging to different walks of...

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  • Daily Times – Protests...

      Published: Daily Times - February 18, 2013 * Protesters demand army control of Quetta for maintenance of peace Staff ReportLAHORE: Protests were held against the Quetta blast at the Liberty Roundabout, Governor’s House and Imamia Colony, GT Road, on Sunday.The protests were organised by the Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM), Imamia Students Organisation...

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  • DAWN – Peace activists...

    Published: DAWN - January 28, 2013 LAHORE, Jan 27: A candlelit vigil was held in front of the Press Club here on Sunday to condemn recent violations of ceasefire at the Line of Control (LoC) and condole the loss of lives on both sides. People from different walks of life participated...

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  • Express Tribune – Quetta...

      Published: Express Tribune - January 13, 2013   PESHAWAR / RAWALPINDI / ISLAMABAD / KARACHI:  Demonstrators poured onto the streets in all major towns and cities of the country on Saturday to protest against Thursday’s twin bombings in Quetta that left over 100 people dead and dozens injured. Hundreds of people rallied in...

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