Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, particularly the newly merged tribal districts, have high rate of gender discrimination in the country.
At a time when everyone else in Waziristan was busy in leaving the area due to security concerns, Bilal Mehsud was obsessed with becoming a prominent boxer.
Manmeet Kaur, the first woman journalist from Sikh community from Peshawar, has been nominated for an award in United Kingdom.
The family of Hayatullah, a journalist from North Waziristan who was murdered 14 years ago, is still fighting a court battle to obtain the probe report.
In KP, some cases have been seen where people are hiding their disease to avoid the social stigma or show irresponsible behaviour regarding the disease.
The first ever women police reporting centre in the tribal districts has been opened in Kurram which has brought a hope to women fighting for their rights.
At a time of lockdown in different parts of the country, most of the businesses have come to a halt and several cities are under Section 144.
The demand of facemasks and sanitizers increased manifold after outbreak of coronavirus pandemic after which some people misused the situation.
A tribal lashkar on Friday set on fire and demolished three houses of the accused allegedly involved in kidnapping and murder to two young brothers.
Women journalists are fighting against the virus by creating awareness despite being in constant stress after coming to know about worrisome developments.
Baseerat Khan has served with international institutions as a monitoring officer and also worked in health and education sector before joining politics.
Sumera Latif is the first woman journalist from DI Khan who has adopted the profession of journalism as a mission to be the voice of women.