KP govt forms committee to oversee work on passive immunisation

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has formed a committee to oversee work on passive immunisation for coroanviurs patients.

Lockdown adds to woes of transgender persons; financial assistance sought

At a time of lockdown in different parts of the country, most of the businesses have come to a halt and several cities are under Section 144.

Tailors in Charsadda distributing free facemasks

The demand of facemasks and sanitizers increased manifold after outbreak of coronavirus pandemic after which some people misused the situation.

Angry mob demolish 3 houses of alleged kidnappers in Tirah

A tribal lashkar on Friday set on fire and demolished three houses of the accused allegedly involved in kidnapping and murder to two young brothers.

How journalists are coping with coronavirus threat?

Women journalists are fighting against the virus by creating awareness despite being in constant stress after coming to know about worrisome developments.

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Two brothers in Takht Bhai take a unique step to help needy tenants

Two market owners in Takht Bhai tehsil of Mardan have announced not to receive one-month rent of their shops, houses and other property.


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Working women fear losing income amid coronavirus lockdown

Coronavirus has impacted the lives of people world over and it has also caused closure of private schools and impacted the education of children.

Cinema business reduced to negligible size in Quetta

There were seven Pashto cinemas in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan, recently, but the number has decreased to just one now.

Woman a delicate commodity, but not so weak

After seeing the video of Professor Salahuddin, I am compelled to think that whether a girl is so weak than any stranger can come and act indecently?

Could the safeguards in the US Taliban accord ensure peace in Afghanistan?

But this challenge has also given an opportunity to avoid the fallout -- the kind of -- Afghanistan had already witnessed after the USSR withdrawal in 1979.

Legendary squash player Azam Khan dies of coronavirus in UK

Legendary squash player Azam Khan, four time British Open champion, and brother of Hashim Khan, another squash star, passed away in London due to COVID-19.


Balochistan minister slaps bureaucrat over not sharing coronavirus report

Balochistan Minister for Agriculture Zamrak Khan Achakzai on Wednesday slapped a senior bureaucrat over not providing him report about coronavirus.

Vaccination suspended in South Waziristan after tribesmen’s boycott

Polio vaccination campaign has been postponed in South Waziristan tribal district after which about 100,000 children will remain deprived of vaccination.

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