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Pakistan Ranked Second Worst Country for Women

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3 mn read The World Economic Forum has declared Pakistan as the second-worst country in terms of gender equality in the world; ranked 145 out of 146 countries. According to the report of the Global Gender Gap Index, the gender gap in Pakistan will become 56.4% by 2022, which is the highest in the last 16 years. The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Gender Gap Index report claimed that Pakistan’s performance in terms of gender equality is very disappointing; in this list, the only country that falls below Pakistan is war-torn Afghanistan; ranked at 146.

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Women in Afghanistan: How the return of Taliban control erased 20 years of progress

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4 mn read Afghan women are still fearing for their freedom after the Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan. Old restrictions were imposed rapidly and shifted the country backwards to its oppressive past. The US withdrew all troops from the country last month which had been there since the 911 attacks in 2001. The Taliban takeover is causing a set back in gender equality, women’s rights, violence and poverty.

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Why am I judged for my appearance? asks an Indian bride

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3 mn read Saloni is 28 years old and is financially an independent woman. Since she turned 23, her family started looking for a groom so that she can settle with him as soon as possible. During the process, she faced lot of rejections. ‘After I completed my graduation, my parents started looking for a decent marriage proposal for me. And simultaneously I completed my masters and joined a firm. I was fine with the fact that I have to get married once they will bump into a fine man.’

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