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‘Men treat lonely woman like a commodity’

Life is full of challenges. Some people surrender to their fate, while there are others who remain steadfast and keep on fighting and never accept defeat.

Shahi Gul Centre providing free training to women for making traditional...

The beautiful traditional women garments at Shahi Gul Centre in Anesh Killi area of Chital wore by the local girls and women add to the beauty of the tall and green mountains of the valley. Shahi Gul, who is known for his social activities in his village and surrounding areas, aims to provide training to the local women in embroidery and stitching on women clothes to enable them to earn their livelihood with dignity.
Efforts needed to create awarness about RTI law in Tribal districts

Experts ask for effective enforcement of RTI law in tribal districts

The legal expert said that tribal peoples should be informed what the law is and how it serves to protect their rights in an efficient manner?  

Composition of reconciliatory Jirgas in merged districts raises eyebrows

The establishment of reconciliatory Jirgas in merged tribal districts by the KP government has triggered a new debate on its legal status and viability.

Delay in construction of Buner Marble City causes environmental pollution

The KP government has finally showed positive intent for establishment of marble city in Buner as it says land purchase will commence within two months.

Renowned singer Nazia Iqbal accuses brother of raping her daughters

PESHAWAR: Noted Pushto folk singer Nazia Iqbal on Tuesday registered a case against her brother for raping her two daughters. The huge fan following singer...

Terrorism-affected family living miserable life in Swat

By Mr Rafiullah MINGORA, October 29: The year 2007 unfolded ordeals to Ms Siraj and her children because life changed in a flash: her husband...

Rape victim seeks justice

A female teacher of a private school in Nowshera has accused the principal of the school of sexually harassing her and demanded action against him.

Construction of security wall around Hayatabad hinders children’s education

A dweller of Tajabad, Muhammad Riaz had no other option but to drop his two children from the primary school in Phase-III. “My sons were enrolled in the government primary school but after the construction of the boundary wall, it is almost difficult for them to reach school in time. Being a poor person, I cannot afford to arrange private transport for their pick and drop. I am totally clueless what to do,” a worried Riaz says

Renowned Pashtu singer Nazia Iqbal hopes court will punish her daughters’...

She claimed she saw him raping her daughters herself and registered an FIR against her after which the suspect was arrested.

Govt to revive Khyber Safari Train

The British-era train was a major tourist attraction in the region. It was closed down in 2008 due to militancy and the flash floods, which washed away railway tracks

Eunuchs living miserable life in Swat

Like other parts of the country, the eunuchs in Swat are living a difficult life due to countless problems. They said everyone tease them and police also do not allow them to live peacefully in one place. About 120 eunuchs are living in Swat and most of them live in Mulla Baba area of Mingora. The local eunuchs said whenever a new police officer is deputed to the area, he ask them to leave the area citing public complaints.