‘Pakhtun Tribal, Native Americans deprived of their rights’ (last part)

In America, everyone respects others. All staff members are treated equally. The Staffer can work better in the environment where he enjoys respect.

A dream which came true in America (Part-1)

It was on 19 February when I landed in the United States for the first time. We were welcomed by the cold winds of Washington DC outside the Dallas Airport.

Side effects of working from home

Globalization has rotated towards de-globalization and localization since the outbreak of coronavirus in December 2019 in China and then rest of the world.
The inauguration of Insaf Rozgar Scheme has provided an opportunity to you to avail soft loans for business development.

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.
Pakistan, India Conflict

#SayNoToWar Was The Strongest Response To India, Pakistan Conflict

India and Pakistan are on the brink of huge confrontation after Pakistan shot down two Indian jets who violated the pakistani airspace

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.

‘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.
religious minorities enjoy complete freedom in Pakistan

‘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.

If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere

Here I am going to share with you, all my experiences, observations, adventures and different explorations that I took planned in order to explore nature.

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.

Pakhtun women lack facilities in patriarchal set up

In the patriarchal Pakhtun society, girls often did not get proper attention and education, due to which they lag behind in the race of life.

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.