First ever minority youth exposure program kicks off in Peshawar

Dr Qibla Ayaz said that Interfaith harmony is crucial for peace and development of society.

No fund for uplift projects in KP; Defence Minister Pervez Khattak

Defence Minister Pervez Khattak raised objections over recent budget by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government and said there were no fund for development projects in the province.

Afghan Women Will Only Be ‘Empowered’ When They Are Free From...

“Afghan women are navigating their survival in one of the most hostile and dangerous places in the world. That is very powerful.”

Rs 30 million fund misused in Karak education department: Says ex-DEO

A former woman district education officer of Karak alleged that she has been removed from post because she exposed corruption in the education department.
Brother kills Pashto singer in Swat, says the policevideo

Brother kills Pashto singer in Swat, says the police

Police said that so far the reason behind the brutal murder couldn’t be ascertained as they are still conducting the investigation into the case.
Allama Noorul Haq cut the Christmas cake at Jirga hall, Landi Kotal.

Christians need Church in Miranshah

After successful Zarb-e-Azam operation against militants, it is second time, the Christians community is celebrating the day with religious fervor and zeal in the tribal district.

Govt to introduce IT application to stop cheating in exams

Adviser to the chief minister on education said that every school in the province will get furniture till the end of March.

Cheel valley: blessed by nature, ignored by authorities

BATTAGRAM, June 27: With temperatures rising continuously, the Cheel valley of Battagram district, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, is attracting tourists due to its chilly weather and...

350,000 stillbirths reported in Pakistan every year

Hameeda Bibi, a resident of Nizampur area of Nowshera, has lost her baby before giving birth to him due to heavy work and lack of care during pregnancy and now she is visiting a clinic situated five miles away from her home to avoid further deterioration of her health condition. “I am suffering severe bleeding since the beginning of my pregnancy and the doctors have told me to remove the foetus because it is not growing. They said heavy work at home has caused death of the foetus, but I have decided to conduct ultrasound test to check my condition,” she told TNN.

Japanese diplomat in Islamabad teaches the art of making SUSHI to...

Sushi can be prepared with brown rice, but traditionally it is made with medium grain white rice.

How journalists are coping with coronavirus threat?

Women journalists are fighting against the virus by creating awareness despite being in constant stress after coming to know about worrisome developments.

Girls students forced to attend classes on road

The future of hundreds of girls students has become uncertain in Khweshgi Bala area of Nowshera due to closure of several primary schools.