‘Tribal people to resist Kurram Tangi Dam Phase II construction’

Mohsin Dawar has asked the Federal Minister for water and power to provide details of Kurram Tangi Dam Phase 1 and status of Phase 2.

Larkana police arrest four accused in Bajaur labourers murders case

Police revealed that the accused in Pakhtun labourers murders were controlled from Afghanistan with the motive to creative ethnic rifts in the country.

Jirga sees conspiracy in possible delay of polls in merged districts

The Tribal Youth Jirga has vowed to foil all conspiracies to delay the elections in provincial constituencies of the tribal districts.

Transgender person Niazbeena says can’t go to school amid taunts

There are many transgender persons in the Pakhtun society who want to live a normal life like getting education, finding job and living with peace.

Lady health workers in Landikotal protest over non-payment of salaries

The lady health workers of Landikotal sub-division of Khyber tribal district have said that they have not received their salaries for the last four months.

‘Govt must focus on rehabilitation, treatment of mine blast victims’

A function was arranged at Bhai Dag Complex in Baizai sub-division of Mohmand district in connection with International Mines Awareness Day on Friday.

Miners in Darra Adamkhel in risky business to earn livelihood

Darra Adamkhel possesses rich coal resources and there are hundreds of coalmines in the area in which mostly the miners from Shangla and Swat are employed.

Mastan Khan can’t live without his jeep, big moustaches

Mastan Khan, a lively tribesman from North Waziristan, passionately loves his jeep and moustaches and he is keeping his passion alive for the last 45 years.

Journalists continue protest outside DI Khan Press Club

The action committee of working journalists in DI Khan Friday continued protest in front of the press club building against non-acceptance of their demands.
‘Teachers force us to do their household work during school timings’

‘Teachers force us to do their household work during school timings’

Parents asked the KP education department to visit the school and take action against the teachers so that the precious time of their children can be protected.

School misplaces exam paper in Bajaur

The 8th class students have to attempt 80 marks paper instead of 100 as the invigilators have lost a portion of the question paper.

Struggling for Equal rights: Tribal People still deprived of Internet Service

As there is no internet service in tribal districts, youth have to make a long journey to cities in KP to submit application for jobs of scholarships.