Landmine victim Arab Shah sees his disability as asset, not liability

Arab Shah, who is hailing from Salarzai area of Bajaur Agency, is one of the hundreds of people disabled by landmine blasts. He went through difficult circumstances after falling prey to the blast but did not lose his courage.
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Panel discussion: Players not satisfied with sports facilities in merged districts

The government has announced establishment of playgrounds in all sub-divisions in merged districts, players in the area are not satisfied with these steps.

Kokikhel affectees demand honourable repatriation and compensation

The youth of Kokikhel, Tirah have demanded honourable return of the displaced people and payment of compensation for damages.
The inauguration of Insaf Rozgar Scheme has provided an opportunity to you to avail soft loans for business development.

Professional degree holders to get preference in Insaf Rozgar Scheme

Rehman Khattak, In-charge Micro-Finance Division, Bank of Khyber, says the aim of Rozgar Scheme is to address the sense of deprivation of the tribal people.

‘Insaf Cards distribution in tribal districts to complete within 5 months’

Dr Riaz Tanoli, Programme Director of Sehat Insaf Programme for tribal districts, says 1,011,510 Insaf Cards will be distributed among tribal families.

FDMA announces release of Rs520m for North Waziristan TDPs

Federal Disaster Management Authority on Wednesday announce release of Rs520 million for financial assistance of displaced families in North Waziristan.

Sikh traders seek assistance for revival of businesses in old Bara bazaar

Gurpal Singh that Sikh community have 50 business centres in Bara market and going to open more as Sikh families are coming back to the market

Army arranges source of income for blast affected person

The Pakistan Army has arranged a source of income for a person from Tiarza area of South Waziristan tribal district who was rendered disabled in a blast.

ECP registers 2.07 million voters in ‘Fata’

Besides, thousands of voters have registered or transferred their votes at their native towns. According to the Election Commission of Pakistan, around 2.07 million voters including 0.8 million women will exercise their right to vote.

Post-repatriation opportunities and challenges of Technical education in FATA

The government has allocated Rs 600 million to promote technical education and enroll maximum students at technical educational institutions in Federally Administered Tribal Areas...

Ration supply gives boost to economically disadvantaged families in areas of return

Ms. Fatima, from Kurram Agency, was one of those who lived a satisfied life with the ration and aid her family received from the government. “The ration was a blessing in disguise for us at a time when we had no roof over our heads and my husband was jobless,” she said.

TDPs decry lack of facilities at ration, registration centers across FATA,KP

The repatriation process of the internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) has entered its final stage.