Citizen Journalism

Only 2 classrooms for 300 students in a Shangla school

A school in Keri village of Shangla has only two classrooms for six classes having a total strength of 300.

Coronavirus pandemic largely affects marriage ceremonies

CJ Bushra Mehsud  Before the outbreak of the corona virus pandemic in Pakistan, the wedding season...

Government’s cold-shoulder response to expats’ sufferings invites widespread criticism

Tariq Aziz The overseas Pakistanis suffered heavily due to the Coronavirus pandemic. While thousands had lost...

 Sheen Khal / blue tattoo are the Beauty Marks for Pakhtun females

Mamarha Afridi Sheen Khaal or the blue or green dots, tattooed between the eyebrows or on...

Once known for terror, Bara becomes centre of quality education

Girls of the area, which once was under the FCR, could not even think of such an opportunity to get quality education at their doorsteps.

Chilgoza traders facing losses this year

Traders in Bannu said while talking to TNN that traders in Afghanistan used to send chilgoza to Pakistan, but now it is sent to China.

Students of North Waziristan school attending classes under open sky

The students of Boys Primary School Noor Ayaz Kot Haiderkhel in North Waziristan are compelled to attend their classes under the open sky.

BHU sans medicines and doctors in Hasankhel

There is only one basic health unit (BHU) for 4,000 population of Fridi tribe in Sub-Division Hasankhel which is almost negligible.

Missing girls college in Mohmand rediscovered after 10 years

The Girls Degree College Chanda in Mohmand tribal district was inaugurated by former Member National Assembly Bilal Rehman in 2010.

Why locals staged protest during Mamadgat Cadet College inauguration?

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan during his visit to Mohmand tribal district formally inaugurated Mamadgat Cadet College.

Students in Buner school attending classes in demolished building

About 380 students are enrolled in the school, but their academic activities are being affected due to the existing condition of building.

‘Got peace of mind after writing Pashto names on shops’

Musa Salar complained that Culture Department of KP has no mechanism for helping in efforts made for promotion of Pashto literature.

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