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Pakistan is a Muslim-majority South Asian country carved out of the erstwhile British India empire in 1947. The country's capital is Islamabad.
Pakistan is a federal republic comprising of four provinces and several territories. It is the second most populous Muslim nation in the world. Post independence, the country has seen several military coups overthrow democratic governments and fought three major wars with neighboring India. This page collates recent DW content on Pakistan.
A new all-women show on YouTube in Pakistan challenges patriarchal attitudes in the country. The hosts tells us the time is right for women to claim their space in a national discourse that often excludes them. And in India too, a struggle for equality. The country's marginalised Dalit women want justice, but these demands often come at a terrible cost.
Pakistani feminist activist and author Attiya Dawood calls out Imran Khan and the government over a culture of gender violence and victim blaming. She explains to DW why she is confident that this won't stop Pakistan's women fighting back.