No govt policy or law for home-based women workers in KP

Many home-based women workers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa came from a humble background and spend their lives while trying to earn livelihood with dignity.

Why local journalists are silent over Waziristan video scandal?

The issue of murder of two girls in North Waziristan in the name of honour after a video leak is getting coverage in the national and international media.

Schools closure not a new phenomenon for Waziristan students

Assistant Education Officer Fida Wazir said arranging online classes for local students is impossible due to lack of internet facility.

Most people in KP unaware about Bahai community

After opening of Kartarpur Corridor for Sikh pilgrims, the Bahai community members were also hoping for easy access to their religious centre in New Delhi.

Merged districts have high rate of gender discrimination

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, particularly the newly merged tribal districts, have high rate of gender discrimination in the country.

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KP govt further eases lockdown over SC orders

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has further eased the lockdown in the province till Eidul Fitr under the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan.


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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.

‘Mera Jism Meri Marzi’ advocates adjunction or separation of society?

These few words are not as simple in meaning as they appear to be. It is a complete school of thought pertaining to a specific mindset.

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?

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.


Most vulnerable refugee families begin receiving Rs12,000 cash assistance

The first disbursements of emergency cash assistance to the most vulnerable refugee families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic have started.

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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