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Parthenium: Crops in KP face threat from toxic alien weedvideo

Parthenium: Crops in KP face threat from toxic alien weed

Syed Jameel demanded the government to provide medicines to end the plant so that their crops and humans could be protected from it.
Hopes fade for worker trapped in Kala Khel coal mine

Hopes fading for worker trapped in Kala Khel coal mine

At first, it was hoped that the Nek Mohammed would be brought back to life, but now his life expectancy has been dashed and the survivors are now waiting for the corpse.
North Waziristan Life

How to reduce traffic congestion in Mir Ali Bazaar

By CJ Sakinullah Mir Ali: Local people have demanded from the government to depute traffic police personnel in order to regulate and reduce traffic congestion...

North Waziristan TDPs announce to join Azadi March

The displaced persons of North Waziristan have announced to join the Azadi March of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) against the government.
Illegal hunting threatens wildlife in Regi Village

Illegal hunting threatens wildlife in Regi Village

The big habitat of wildlife is Regi graveyard where their prey is most common, and the Department of Wildlife should impose a ban and keep a check on illegal hunting.
Nadra office in Miranshah reopens after five years closure

Nadra office in Miranshah reopens after 5 years closure

Nadra official Syed Jamal said that the office was activated on October 14, which remains open from 8 am to 4 pm.

‘Youth becoming ice drug addicts at music functions’

Shabbir said one of the main reasons behind increase in the number of addicts is that the administration is not taking proper steps to stop this practice.

Pakhtuns keep alive centuries-old tradition of Ashar

Under the tradition of Ashar, Pakhtuns help each other in construction work, farming, gardening and other collective works.

‘Unrealistic to expect from one teacher to teach whole school’

There is only one teacher in the primary school in Babra Lakki in Chapar Mishti tehsil of Central Orakzai for the last one year.

‘Sister city’ of Korean city in Swabi has great tourism potential

Chota Lahor city of Swabi in KP has been declared a ‘sister city’ of a South Korean city due to Buddhist relics in the area.

Education, healthcare facilities required more than tourism in merged districts

Afridi tribes are residing in Hasankhel, Bora Jwaki, Ashukhel and Jenakor areas of sub-division Peshawar (former FR Peshawar).

Climate change taking its toll on farming in Swabi

Recent rains and hailstorms in Swabi have damaged the standing crops, particularly the maize crops, due to which the farmers suffered huge damages.