Unable to fight stigmas, mother had tried to kill her transgender child

Gul Bano family had to leave their native village for Karachi as they were unable to face society with a person, who is a transgender.

Experts ask for effective enforcement of RTI...

The legal expert said that tribal peoples should be informed what the law is and how it serves to protect their rights in an efficient manner?  

First woman police muharar appointed in Nowshera

The constable Muniza has been appointed as Muharar on merit in Nowshera cantonment police station.

First ever minority youth exposure program kicks...

Dr Qibla Ayaz said that Interfaith harmony is crucial for peace and development of society.

‘My aim is to bring smile on...

His poetry is just five months but he is much confident about it and asked haters to delete his videos from mobile phones if they do not like his poetry

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Several girls quit school in Landikotal village over lack of facilities

Dozens of students of the Girls Primary School in Okada in Khyber district have left school due to shortage of teaching staff and lack of other facilities.

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A reliable and convenient Pink Bus Service is a step forward towards women empowerment

Beside many other issues and barriers which have curbed the development and empowerment of women in society in different walks of life, the issue of transport is one of the concerns for women in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).

‘Minorities enjoy complete freedom in Pakistan’

According to Gilani Research Foundation Survey, 87 % Pakistanis including minorities believed that minorities in Pakistan have freedom of speech and equal rights.

Peshawar BRT: A major step in city’s public transport

The project is being implemented with the assistance of ADB and it is believed with its completion, the city dwellers will travel in a state of the art transport system.  

May Day reminds of widening gap between haves and have-nots

While coming from Nowshera to Peshawar for job on daily basis, I notice several things, particularly the widening gap between the haves and have-nots.


Tourists can now pay as low as Rs1200 to Rs3000 to stay in the rest houses

Ministry of Postal Services opens guest houses for public

Tourists can now pay as low as Rs1200 to Rs3000 to stay in the rest houses.

Panel discussion: Insaf Rozgar Scheme to reduce poverty ratio in merged districts

The purpose behind Insaf Rozgar Scheme is to bring the poverty ratio down in the tribal districts, which is currently at 73 percent.