We are used to watching news on honour killings and I have also worked on several such news items in which innocnet women are killed.
Most of us are familiar with the old saying that sometimes we ‘can’t see the forest for the trees.’
We all know that there are tools that can be used to identify which story was well received and which wasn’t. But beyond that, can we say more with certainty?
Electioneering has got momentum for first ever provincial elections in tribal districts and candidates are using different strategies to woo voters.
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.
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.
The purpose of the US visit was to attend a training sponsored by the State Department. I was among the 10 participants selected by Internews.
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.
In America, everyone respects others. All staff members are treated equally. The Staffer can work better in the environment where he enjoys respect.
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.
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.
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.