Doctors say children can also have depression like adults

Rani Andleeb Children are falling prey to various types of diseases due to the changing lifestyles. On the other hand, some experts also claim that children...

Despite Ombudsperson decision, ICU reluctant to remove harassment accused professor

In November 2020, a harassment case in Islamia College University (ICU) Peshawar created uproar on social media.

Agenda of change forms basis of PTI-AJI merger: Shahram Tarakai

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister and Awami Jamhoori Ittihad (AJI) chief Shahram Khan Tarakai has decided to merge his party into the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). Shahram’s father Liaquat Tarakai has already won the Senate election on the PTI ticket. There were reports that the AJI in return for the Senate ticket will announce merger with the PTI.

Closure of school: Parents threaten to boycott polio campaign in Khyber

Shah Alam Girls Primary School Mulagori has become a ghost school due to its closure for the past three years subsequently, thousands of girls are deprived of education. However the residents have altogether made a decision to boycott the upcoming polio campaign until their demands are met.

Faheema Bibi’s struggle for gender equality

Kaif Afridi Faheema Bibi, 55 and a resident of Mardan is among her area’s elders. She stands side by side with male and made her...

Ambulance, other facilities provided to injured constable: DI Khan Police

Police has said all the support and treatment has been provided to constable Abdul Raziq who was injured in a terrorist attack in Kulachi.

No concrete steps visible to stop incidents like Mohmand marble tragedy

Most of the work in Pakistan is carried out by labourers with hands instead of using machinery which is available in developed countries.

‘Most culprits of crimes against transgender persons escape unpunished’

President TransAction Alliance Farzana Jan has called for issuance of notification for establishment of committees for their protection.

Parents’ role crucial to bring Army School students out of trauma:...

  PESHAWAR, December 21: About 150 people, including 132 students and few teachers, were martyred in the brutal attack unleashed by the terrorists on the...

Peshawar journalists recount their struggles with pandemic

Nasreen Jabeen Shahzada Fahd, a Peshawar based journalist, twice contracted Covid-19 in the first and second wave. Those were the early days of the pandemic and...

Roshan Kaleem’s ‘Silent Cries’ aims to give voice to subjugated women

The International Women’s Day is being observed in Pakistan and rest of the world to create awareness about their role in society and their rights.

Taliban’s return to power and women’s concerns

The Taliban have assured that they would allow women to continue education and jobs if they are fully covered.