Mysterious death of policeman in Bannu leaves his family traumatised

The inquiry report into the death of Naseeb Nawaz, a policeman who was murdered in Bannu few days ago, has not been finalised yet and his aged parents are in a state of deep shock over mysterious circumstances surrounding the sudden death of their son.

Survivors of Peshawar attack tell horrible story

Three friends from Mansehra, Muhammad Sohail Khan, Saleh Khan and Abdullah, were also present at the hostel at the time of terrorist attack on Directorate of Agriculture in Peshawar on Friday. However, they luckily escaped unhurt in the attack.

After Taliban School Attacks, Pakistani Girls Learn in the Open Air

PESHAWAR, Pakistan – Lubna Zahid Khan, 8, sits cross-legged on the dusty ground, listening to her teacher give the day’s lesson. Her school used...

Short documentaries by young Afghan and Pakistani filmmakers screened at the...

'Transgender in Pakistan' is a radio documentary that voices the concerns and struggle of employment for the transgender community in Pakistan.

Faqir Gul from Charsadda writes the Holy Quran in own handwriting,...

The art of handwriting and calligraphy has witnessed decline in recent times due to introduction of modern printing presses and computer software.

Wood, wall decoration business in DI Khan witnesses sharp decline

The family of Muhammad Wasim, which is famous for wood decoration in Dera Ismail Khan, says the art is no longer profitable for the family or anyone else.

Sobia Khan aims to become role model for eunuchs by getting...

Sobia Khan, a eunuch from Peshawar, claims to be the first eunuch of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa who is gaining higher education.

Food for thought: Chitralis pay less for tomato during shortage

The recent tomato shortage that hit the market taking its rates cross Rs300 per kilogram across the country, Chitral is the only area where tomato was available to its residents at much lower rates.

Students attending classes in Charsadda school declared unsafe by C&W Department

The Construction and Works Department has declared the building of Boys Primary School in Dadu Killi in Charsadda as unusable and unsafe, but boys continue to attend their classes in the building.

‘Help Us Stand on Our Own Feet’: Lives of Kabul’s Long-Term...

“Ghani Sahib promised that he will donate the land to me, but it was a not a real promise,” he said, referring to the president. In the absence of formal land rights, Tawoos and hundreds of others living at the camp are considered informal residents or, worse, squatters

The Brave Female Activists Who Fought to Lift Saudi Arabia’s Driving...

Until 1990, there was a customary ban on women driving. During the first Gulf War, Saudi women could not fail to notice that female American soldiers based in Saudi Arabia drove freely through military bases while they could not.

‘The Time to Go Home Has Come’: Afghans Return to Embattled...

Inside the U.N. refugee agency (UNHCR) tent set up for landmine awareness training in East Kabul, Shir Alam looked visibly uneasy amid the small crowd of refugees that had gathered around the cluster munition samples.