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95% refusing parents convinced for immunisation through awareness sessions

Officials said edict of over 12 Ulema of the world is available which states that polio vaccine is safe and it has no negative effects.

Businessmen seek opening of Gursal border for revival of Mohmand economy

Gursal border, which connects Mohmand tribal district with Nangarhar province of Afghanistan, is closed since 2011 which has impacted business activities and people-to-people contacts severely.

Joblessness should be seen as an opportunity, not a curse.

In order to encourage youth in the newly merged tribal districts, the government has launched an Insaf Rozgar Scheme to fight off poverty and joblessness.

Working women experience anxiety over lack of career development

I was staring at the ceiling fan of my room and did not realise how much time I spent like this due to anxiety over uncertainty surrounding my career.

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.

By 2050, what if we can’t see the forests or the trees? 

Most of us are familiar with the old saying that sometimes we ‘can’t see the forest for the trees.’

All sexual abuse victims deserve justice like Zenab

Little girl from Mohmand tribal district, Farishta did not know at the time of stepping outside her home for playing that she would be raped and killed.

‘Pashto films are destroying Pakhtun culture’

Sadly, the Pashto movies portray an ‘unrealistic’ image of Pashtun Society.

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