Fear of sexual abuse bars children from playing outdoor games

Sadia Qamer No doubt childhood is a beautiful period of everybody's life. Kids spend most of their time having fun and do whatever pleases them...

Post-merger scenario not very encouraging for erstwhile Fata students

The students of erstwhile Fata and Balochistan have been compelled by the government policies to stage a sit-in in Islamabad.

Hating yourself is okay but loving yourself is selfish?

Mamarha Afridi  I sat under the open sky, look at the moon, a full bright yellowish moon. Which hugged the entire panoramic view with its...

COVID-19 limits transgender community access to healthcare system in KP

Sana Ahmad The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted people’s lives around the world, including those of many marginalized people, who suddenly face additional burdens and vulnerabilities....

The role of women journalists deserves respect, appreciation in patriarchal societies

Sana Gul An obvious goal as a student is, of course, to earn a university degree. My overall goal is no different than any other...

 Sheen Khal / blue tattoo are the Beauty Marks for Pakhtun females

Mamarha Afridi Sheen Khaal or the blue or green dots, tattooed between the eyebrows or on the chin of young Pakhtun girls are traditional beauty...

Girls education is key to end child marriages

Sana Ahmad Ending child marriage is critical for girls ‘rights, health, wellbeing, and ability to survive into violence-free adulthood. Global good practices suggest that ending...

Socio-economic impact of COVID-19 on the transgender community

Ms. Sana The outbreak of global pandemic COVID-19 has disrupted our lives in multiple ways and continues to expose challenges beyond healthcare. It has created...

Capable teachers needed to turn around education system in Tank

Tank is considered among the least developed areas of KP. The main reason behind backwardness is lack of basic facilities for people.

Why I became journalist

The entire world knows what Waziristan has been through and how people migrated from there during military operations and faced huge problems.

Hopefully my first journey on BRT bus won’t be the last

After a long wait, Peshawar Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project was finally inaugurated on August 13, 2020 by Prime Minister Imran Khan.

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