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Anti-FCR Rally Taken Out In DI Khan

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    Anti-FCR Rally Taken Out In DI Khan
Activists of different political parties under the banner of Fata Political Alliance took out a rally against the Frontier Crime Regulation (FCR) here on Wednesday. The rally started from Tank bus station and after marching through different routes ended at Panwala square. Speaking on the occasion, leaders of different...
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More Rain Expected In KP, Fata During Next 24 Hours

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    More Rain Expected In KP, Fata During Next 24 Hours
The recent spell of intermittent rain continues in parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Fata as forecasters predicted more rain in the coming days. According to meteorological department, rain-thunderstorm with snowfall over the hills is expected at scattered places of upper KP including Malakand, Hazara, Peshawar and Mardan divisions and FATA...
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Five Shops Gutted Down In Ashreet Bazaar

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    Five Shops Gutted Down In Ashreet Bazaar
As many as five shops were reduced to ashes as fire erupted in Ashreet bazaar in district Chitral, police said on Wednesday. According to police, the fire erupted due to a cylinder blast inside a shop which engulfed the surrounding shops within no time. Local residents and Fire Brigade...
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Police Constable Shots Dead Man From Rival Group In Judicial Complex

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    Police Constable Shots Dead Man From Rival Group In Judicial Complex
A police constable shot dead a man from his rival family inside the judicial complex here on Wednesday, police said. According to SSP Operations Sajjad Khan, the constable who opened fire was identified as Arshad Ali, who is posted in the Khazana police station.
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475 Patients Treated At Free Medical Camp

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    475 Patients Treated At Free Medical Camp
A one-day free medical camp for women and children was organized in Touheed Abad locality near Wazir Bagh by the provincial health department and the Unicef on Wednesday. As many as 475 patients visited the camp who were provided free of cost medical checkup and medicines.
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Father Appeals To Federal Government For Help In Releasing His Kidnapped For Ransom In Turkey

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    Father Appeals To Federal Government For Help In Releasing His Kidnapped For Ransom In Turkey
Father of one of the four Pakistanis kidnapped for ransom in Turk capital Istanbul has appealed to the federal government to save his son’s life and help him releasing the boy from the abductors captivity. Four Pakistani boys have been kidnapped for ransom by unidentified kidnappers in Turk city Istanbul....
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Tesco Cuts Off Power Supply To Alam Goodar Without Prior Notice

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    Tesco Cuts Off Power Supply To Alam Goodar Without Prior Notice
The Tribal Areas Electric Supply Company (Tesco) disconnected electricity supply to Alam Goodar area of the Bara tehsil of Khyber Agency on Thursday. According to local residents of the area, the Tesco officials disconnected the power supply without any prior notice. “Tesco officials came to our area, laid off the wires...
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Pesco’s Retired Employees Protest Against Delay In Payment Of Month Pension, Other Issues

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    Pesco’s Retired Employees Protest Against Delay In Payment Of Month Pension, Other Issues
Retired employees of the Peshawar Electric Supply Company (Pesco) on Wednesday held a protest demonstration in favor of their demands. The retired employees gathered outside the press club and chanted slogans against the government for not releasing funds for their pension in time. “Pension is not being paid to us in...
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Australia Consolidate Grip On Sydney Test

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    Australia Consolidate Grip On Sydney Test
In pursuit of a clean sweep in the three-match Test series, Australia declared their first inning on 538 for the loss of eight wickets on the second day of the Sydney Test on Wednesday. Australian bowlers picked two early wickets in Pakistan’s first inning dismissing opener Sharjeel Khan and number-three...
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5 Die After Drinking Toxic Liquor In Peshawar

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    5 Die After Drinking Toxic Liquor In Peshawar
Five members of a family have died in Swati Phatak area of Peshawar after consuming toxic liquor. Police said five people belonging to Christian community slept at their homes on Tuesday night after drinking toxic liquor and were brought to hospital by their family members on Wednesday morning where the...
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5 Policemen Among 15 Injured In DI Khan Blast

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    5 Policemen Among 15 Injured In DI Khan Blast
At least 15 people, including five policemen, were injured in a bomb attack on a police vehicle in Dera Ismail Khan on Wednesday. Police said a mobile van was on routine patrol in the morning when an improvised explosive device exploded on it near Bannu Adda. Five policemen in the...
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Insaf Cricket Tournament Begins In Khyber Agency

Date: 04 Jan, 2017

    Insaf Cricket Tournament Begins In Khyber Agency
The 2nd Insaf Cricket Tournament got underway in Khyber Agency on Tuesday. In the opening match of the tournament played at Sur Qamar ground in Jamrud, Insaf Tigers defeated Hatif Club by nine wickets. Insaf Tigers surpassed the target of 76 runs in 10 overs with the loss of one...
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Features & Interviews

Pakhtun Women Countering Stereotypes To Learn Driving
Like other fields of life, women of Khyber Pakhtunhwa and FATA have also started learning driving and they are now fulfilling their needs of life without being dependent on male members of the family....
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Cricketer Muhammad Asif Praises Fata Players’ Talent
Pic by Hanifullah (1)Test cricket Muhammad Asif has said there is immense cricketing talent in the federally administered tribal areas (Fata) and if provided opportunities, players from Fata will be no match in the countr...
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Reconciliatory Jirga In Bajaur Resolves 36 Disputes In Two Years
Photo by the authorA reconciliatory body constituted by a former bureaucrat has succeeded in peacefully resolving as many as 36 tribal disputes during the past two years. Haji Said Ahmad Jan, who served as assistant po...
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Sale And Use Of Traditional Pashto Music Instruments On Decline
The manufacturing and use of traditional Pashto music instruments are on a decline due to increasing use of electronic gadgets and computer and internet technology. Traditional music like Tambal an...
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Free Of Cost Treatment Being Provided To Children With Cleft Lips, Palates At RMC Peshawar
Thousands of children are born with cleft lips and palates in Pakistan every year and parents of such children face many difficulties in their treatment. Doctors say the treatment of children born wit...
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