Citizen Journalism

The mesmerising impact of Barjo Banda tourist resort

Construction work on road from Ajmeer to Barjo Banda is continuing, and tourists are still coming by using jeeps and Datsuns.

‘Expectant mothers and lactating women must not miss corona vaccination’

Although the third wave of coronavirus has slowed down in Pakistan, but still it killed 20 people and infected over 900 others on Monday.

Candidates waiting for interviews on LHWs posts in Kurram since last year

Over 200 posts of lady health workers (LHWs) and supervisors are vacant in Kurram tribal district for the last several years.

Riaz Ahmed keeping the art of vax paining alive in KP

Seventy-year-old Riaz Ahmed from Lahori Gate area of Peshawar is keeping the art of vax painting alive through continuous struggle.

The real meaning of Halala under Islamic teachings

Islam permits men to divorce their wives if they believe the marriage is not workable anymore, but the way to return is arduous.

Tents for boys, nothing for girls students in Musa Darra

Musa Darra is situated in the lap of mountains in Sub-Division Hasankhel, where basic facilities like health, education are far from ideal.

Teachers and students think differently about physical exams

Students say coronavirus pandemic and the resulting lockdowns and closure of schools and repeated holidays prolonged the academic year.

Corruption can be tackled if politicians, bureaucrats take initiative

The menace of corruption, nepotism and reference has become a fashion in our society nowadays which is affected the poor segments the most.

Traditional wedding patterns change in Pakhtun society

The wedding patterns are changing fast in Pakhtun society with changing needs of time and particularly with the arrival of wedding halls.

Coronavirus impacts tourism economy of Shangla

Shangla valley, having about 70 percent mountainous area, attracts many tourists due to its beautiful landscape and scenic beauty.

Tradition of dowry exists in an ailing society with an ailing mindset

Salma, who is a private school teacher and mother of a child, says the menace of dowry has ruined the lives of many girls.

For many, Eid has arrived without satisfactory shopping

On the eve of Eid, Najma from Mardan is worried about lockdown as she cannot go for shopping and people will have to spend Eid at home.

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