No discussion held in Parliament over merger: Fazl

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has demanded annulment of merger of erstwhile Fata with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

‘Merger was the best option, but govt failed to deliver’

The Jamaat-e-Islami ameer for KP Senator Mushtaq Ahmed Khan has said the merger of erstwhile Fata with KP was the best option.

10 handicraft centres for women to be set up in Bara

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Local Government and Rural Development Akbar Ayub Khan on Tuesday conducted a visit to Bara.

Youth Movement says govt not implementing pledges in merged districts

The Tribal Youth Movement says the government has not fulfilled pomises which has left the people of merged districts disappointed.

First ever police station building inaugurated in Bajaur

The first ever police station building has been inaugurated in Bajaur, while service cards have also been provided to local policemen.

Kurram Khassadars give Oct 15 deadline for acceptance of demands

The Khassadar personnel of Kurram have given a deadline of October 15 for acceptance of their demands and transfer of DPO.

‘Best opportunity for Levies, Khassadars to enhance professional capabilities’

KP IGP Sanaullah Abbasi on Saturday visited the training centre for former Levies and Khassadar personnel in Parachinar.

Second rescue station starts functioning in Bajaur

A second station has been established under the Rescue 1122 Bajaur in Nawagai which has initiated its services.

Police station inaugurated in Tirah Maidan

A police station building was inaugurated in the remote Tirah Maidan area of Khyber tribal district on Thursday.

Tribesmen protest against establishment of police station in Landikotal

Tribal elders in Khyber tribal district on Tuesday held a jirga and staged a sit-in against establishment of a police station in Landikotal.

Police training in Khyber district begins

After Kurram, the training of former Levies and Khassadar personnel is starting in Khyber tribal district from today (Sunday).

4,000 policemen in merged districts to get training under Pak Army

As many as 4,000 Levies and Khassadar personnel, who have been integrated into KP Police, will get training under the Pakistan Army.