Woman contesting district council polls in Swat aims to remove fear...

By Rafiullah SWAT, 25 May: Despite security concerns, a woman from New Colony of Matta tehsil in Swat, Robina is contesting the local bodies elections...

Regi Model Town project yet to see the light of day

Regi Model Town project has yet to see the light of the day—thanks to the successive provincial governments who failed to materialize the biggest housing project of the provincial metropolis.

Electronics Department students of UoP make electronic voting machine

PESHAWAR, 19 April: Although the local bodies elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa could not become possible through biometric system, but four students of the University...

Despite all odds, disabled person from Khyber Agency serving humanity

A disabled person from Khyber Agency has set up an institution for serving the disabled persons of his area.

Homecoming IDPs to get comprehensive package: Farman Khilji

PESHAWAR, 22 March: The repatriation process of the internally displaced persons of Khyber and South Waziristan tribal agencies has got underway and a large...

Changes in Gwadar-Kashgar trade route may spoil its objectives: Sardar Babak

PESHAWAR, 22 February: A controversy has surfaced over the proposed changes in the route of Gwadar-Kashgar Economic Corridor and different political leaders have expressed...

2011 World Cup: When Asians beat Asians

For the first time in the World Cup history, two Asian countries reached final in 2011.

2007 World Cup was a nightmare for Pakistan

The Cricket World CUP 2007 was a nightmare for Pakistan as they had to face exit in first round of the mega event after defeat from minnows Ireland.

A glance through the 1996 World Cup

Sri Lanka and Australia were the contestants of the cricket World Cup that was played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Punjab province in 1996.

Cricket World Cup: Can Pakistan repeat 1992 glory?

Cricket lovers are anxiously waiting for the Cricket World Cup that will begin in Australia and New Zealand next week.

Handicapped Afghan footballer committed to leave his mark

PESHAWAR, February 1: It has been rightly said that where there’s a will, there’s a way. The proverb fits well on Said Haseeb, who...

Business with a cause: Entrepreneur committed to welfare of womenfolk

By Khalida Niaz PESHAWAR, January 18: Though women are hardly able to get ahead in business activities in Pakhtun society, the case of Mah Gul...