The district administration of Peshawar on Monday imposed micro-smart lockdown in six localities of the provincial metropolis.
Timely action by the armed peace committee of volunteers in Lakki Marwat on Sunday saved a polio worker from the clutches of kidnappers.
A five-year-old girl was brutally killed allegedly after sexual abuse in Hamza Rashka area of Nowshera district on Saturday.
In violation of government directives, some private schools were reopened on Saturday after a closure of five months due to coronavirus outbreak in Swat.
Ten houses have been washed away in flood in Yarkhoon Lasht village of Upper Chitral, a dozen houses are partially damaged, while a girl also drowned.
Tens of thousands of people offered sacrifices for the creation of Pakistan. Some of them gave sacrifice of their life, while some lost their loved ones.
Tension is increasing between the KP government and private educational institutions over the issue of reopening of schools after a long break.
The much-awaited Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project in Peshawar has finally become a reality with its inauguration by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Like other parts of the country, preparations for Independence Day are also continuing in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with traditional fervour and zeal.
Despite approval of Chakdara-Chitral Motorway, the opposition parties of Malakand division have announced to observe Black Day on August 15.
Over 19,000 teams have been deployed for the polio immunization campaign including 17,869 mobile teams and 1,237 fixed teams.
A high-level meeting was told on Tuesday that preparations have been completed for extension of Sehat Sahulat Programme to the whole population of KP.