Everyone likes to spend time with women in showbiz, but when it comes to honouring them with marriage, then the perception changes.
Banning a technology or application is not a permanent solution to the problem of obscenity and indecent content.
Professor Farkhanda Liaquat from Charsadda is known as a shining star of Pashto literature who has rendered valuable services to the field.
The life of Shehla changed the day someone taunted her father not to work so hard ‘uselessly’ as he had five daughters and no son.
The government should also contemplate the suggestions of education and academic experts when the proper time of deciding the summer holidays duration arrives.
District Education Officer (Female) Samina Ghani says she can’t give proper time to her children due to her due to her job responsibilities.
The function in connection with International Women’s Day in Mardan had to be cancelled over propaganda on social media.
TNN arranged a special interview with women rights activist Shad Begum, to shed light on this important matter.
"Often when a group of 18,19 people, including me, would set off on an official trip, although I used to be very comfortable and confident, people used to be concerned about me saying, oh you are going along as well".
The opponents of the Aurat March tried a lot to make the movement controversial by misinterpreting the slogans of the March, “My body, my choice” which then remained a subject of criticism by the conservatives.
"I felt like death was approaching me. My lungs were filled with fluid and I was having extreme difficulty in breathing. I was so certain that my life was about to end".
Novelist Iman Jamil says the novel which was published recently, puts light on positive aspects of Pashtun culture.