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Sports activities: A great source of entertainment for youth in Kohat,...

Sensational football contests in the ongoing All Pakistan Football Tournament in Thall town near Kurram Agency are drawing massive crowds as sports activities have resumed with return of peace to the region.

People hear my songs in hujras and homes: Wagma

For Pashto singer Wagma only thing better than singing is more singing which is she still want to sing had illness not taken away her energy.

‘Proper implementation of laws can take street-children back to homes, schools’

A non-government organization has conducted a survey in 2005 and estimated the number of street children in Peshawar from 0.5 to 0.8 million.

‘Forestation can check climate change impacts’

Global warming or climate change is the increase in the average temperature of the earth which is being observed during the past few years. Experts have largely been attributing this rise in temperature to deforestation and emission of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide gases from industrial units and motor vehicles. According to experts, climate change is not just rise in temperate. It has wide-ranging impacts, including rising sea levels, melting of glaciers, extreme heat events, fires, drought, rainfall and floods. Scientists predict that these trends will continue and in some instances, accelerate.

2nd PPL Blind Cricket Trophy begins in Peshawar

PESHAWAR: The 2nd edition of Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL) Blind Cricket Trophy commenced on Tuesday here at Arbab Niaz Cricket stadium at Peshawar. Kamran Khan...

A year after his death, Mashal Khan’s family awaits justice

A year has been gone after the death of 23-year-old Mashal Khan who was allegedly killed over blasphemy charges in Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan

“The Spirit of Budo: The History of Japan’s Martial Arts” Inaugurated...

ISLAMABAD" Featuring the history of Japan’s Martial Arts, the Embassy of Japan and the Japan Foundation, in collaboration with the Pakistan National Council of...

Caution needed in handling sacrificial animals to avoid Congo fever: Dr...

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has accelerated campaign to control the spread of Congo virus ahead of Eidul Azha. The Livestock Department Director Dr Masoom Shah in a special interview with TNN said the main symptoms of the disease include nosebleed, severe fever, black stools and vomiting.

20 girls community schools in Dir reopened on CM Adviser’s orders

Adviser to KP CM on Education Ziaullah Bangash has taken notice of closure of 20 community schools for girls in Upper and Lower Dir districts.

Dengue rears its ugly head in KP again

Dengue virus has raised its ugly head in KP again as one person has also been infected by the virus in Khyber tribal district.

Candidates running election campaign in Wana from tent offices

Election candidates in South Waziristan tribal district have set up their campaign offices in tents due to lack of proper buildings.

Pashto music’s darling Wali Dad Ustad is no more

Eminent pashto musician, Wali Dad Ustand who spread the message of peace and love through his music has died.