A girl in Peshawar has alleged that she is facing sexual harassment from a homosexual woman for the last few months.
Two sisters from Peshawar are gaining fame in the field of short films and one of them has also opened a production house.
The COVID-19 pandemic is only the tip of the poverty iceberg. Poverty and hunger crisis are deep-rooted in the country.
The unique style of truck art is still alive in Peshawar and an artist has now extended his painting skills to decorate homes.
Uchal festival has concluded with fanfare in Kalash valley of Chitral, but tourists are reluctant to leave the beautiful valley.
Famous Pashto humorous poet Akmal Lewanay is having a difficult time nowadays due to lack of resources for his medical treatment.
In connivance with some officials in Wapda, the well-off people in Peshawar are keeping their power bills restricted to few hundred rupees.
The people of Mastuj tehsil of Upper Chitral district have started work on construction of 30 kilometres road in Mastuj on self-help basis.
The displaced people of Sikh community are demanding revival of Shamshan Ghat (cremation ground) situated in Kalanga area of Bara.
A local organisation banned entry of women in Doaba Bazaar in Hangu, but withdrew its ban after the intervention of the district administration.
A book of poetry collection ‘Zalanda Salar’ was launched by Salar Adabi Tolana, a literary organisation in Buner, on Wednesday.
After reduction of coronavirus cases in Pakistan, most of the sectors were reopened fully and shrines and dargahs were also included in it.