Lower Dir people block highway over non arrest of murder accused

The people of Lower Dir Wednesday blocked Dir-Bajaur-Peshawar Highway to protest against failure of police to arrest accused behind murder of four persons.

Five more polio cases surface in KP

According to the Emergency Operation Centre, three cases have been reported from Bannu and one each from Charsadda and North Waziristan tribal district.

Pashto artistes welcome re-opening of Nishtar Hall

Actors and singers of Pashto showbiz industry have welcomed the decision of the government about opening of Nishtar Hall for cultural activities during Eid.

‘Police is responsible for killing passerby in...

The victims' family seeks justice. The family said they will protest if justice was not provided and responsible officials were not punished by the government.

Transgenders to get separate wards in KPs’...

Five beds will be separate for transgender in MTI Hospitals, 4 in Category A & B hospitals while 3 beds will be allocated for them in category C hospitals in KP.

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‘Polio is never less than terrorism’

KP Information Minister Shaukat Yousafzai has expressed grave concern over boycott of polio vaccination by traders in Bannu.

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Girl secretly attending a school aspires to become a doctor

19-year-old Fatima says she wants to become a doctor but she couldn’t go to school for four years as her father was not willing to send her to school.

8 main gains after Fata-KP merger

People of tribal districts endured lack of basic facilities and lived under a rigid British-era law FCR until the last PML-N government abolished this law.

Archaeological site of Chinglai in search of proper recognition

In the remote part of Buner, there is small village known as Chinglai which has historic significance due to his 3,000-year-old archaeological relics.

Electioneering gains momentum in tribal districts

Electioneering has got momentum for first ever provincial elections in tribal districts and candidates are using different strategies to woo voters.



Shahzad receives one-year ban for doping code violation

Shahzad receives one-year ban for doping code violation

Shahzad admitted the violation and a twelve-month suspension has been imposed, backdated to 17 January 2017, the date of his sample collection.
80 % of tribal districts schools without boundary walls: IMU report

Missing facilities affecting education standards in tribal schools

Independent Monitoring Unit the (IMU) released its report last month after completing survey of schools in merged districts.

High performance camp for women cricketers begins

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has started a 16-day high performance condition camp for women players for the upcoming cricketing season in Abbottabad.