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Probe demanded in appointment of VCs

Date: 04 May, 2017

    Probe demanded in appointment of VCs
PESHAWAR, 04 May: Karwan, a civil society organisation, on Thursday demanded of the government to conduct an inquiry to investigate search committee constituted to search and nominate eligible candidates for...
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Three militants convicted by military courts executed in Kohat Jail

Date: 04 May, 2017

    Three militants convicted by military courts executed in Kohat Jail
PESHAWAR, 04 May: Three more militants of banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), who were awarded death sentence by military courts, were executed in Kohat jail, Inter Service Public Relation (ISPR)...
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Sports stadium inaugurated in Kurram Agency

Date: 04 May, 2017

    Sports stadium inaugurated in Kurram Agency
KURRAM AGENCY, 04 May: Additional Political Agent Nasirulla Khan has inaugurated the first ever sports stadium at Lower Kurram Agency on Thursday. The sports stadium, constructed at the cost...
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University employee arrested in Mashal lynching case

Date: 04 May, 2017

    University employee arrested in Mashal lynching case
PESHAWAR, 04 May: The Mardan police Thursday claimed to have arrested another accused in the Mashal Khan’s lynching case. Addressing a news conference, District Police Officer (DPO) Mardan Dr...
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North Waziristan’s Dande Darpakhel tribe demands early rehabilitation

Date: 04 May, 2017

    North Waziristan’s Dande Darpakhel tribe demands early rehabilitation
PESHAWAR, 04 May: Elders of the Dande Darpakhel of North Waziristan Agency (SWA) have demanded the government to ensure their rehabilitation without any further delay. Addressing a press conference...
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Kohat people voluntarily hand over arms to police

Date: 04 May, 2017

    Kohat people voluntarily hand over arms to police
KOHAT, 04 May: Residents of the Kohat on Thursday voluntarily surrendered their heavy arms to police. Talking to reporters, SP Operation Tariq Mehmood said that people had been asked...
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Landowner locks govt school over non-appointment of his son

Date: 04 May, 2017

    Landowner locks govt school over non-appointment of his son
PESHAWAR, 04 May: The landowner of a government-run primary school in Baila area of Peshawar has locked the building for being not appointing his son as watchman. As per...
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Swabi residents demand appointment of assistant commissioner

Date: 04 May, 2017

    Swabi residents demand appointment of assistant commissioner
SWABI, 04 May: The residents of the Swabi tehsil Thursday demanded of the government to immediately appoint assistant commissioner as they were facing hurdles in getting their work done....
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No power load-shedding during Sehr, Iftar: minister

Date: 04 May, 2017

    No power load-shedding during Sehr, Iftar: minister
Minister of State for Water and Power Abid Sher Ali has said no power load-shedding will be carried out at Sehr and Iftar timings during the holy month of...
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ANP to attend all parties conference on FATA reforms

Date: 04 May, 2017

    ANP to attend all parties conference on FATA reforms
The Awami National Party (ANP) central leader Ghulam Ahmed Bilour on Wednesday assured the FATA parliamentarians that his party will attend the all parties conference regarding FATA reforms.
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Facebook helps reunite elderly woman from Dir with brothers after 60 years

Date: 04 May, 2017

    Facebook helps reunite elderly woman from Dir with brothers after 60 years
A woman hailing from Ashiri Darra area of Upper Dir, who went missing 60 years ago, has finally found her family members with the help of social media.
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CDWP approves 16 projects worth Rs130 billion

Date: 04 May, 2017

    CDWP approves 16 projects worth Rs130 billion
The Central Development Working Party (CDWP) has approved 16 projects, including Peshawar Rapid Bus Service, which will cost Rs130 billion.
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Fata Reforms

  • Proposal of extending IHC jurisdiction of FATA draws flak

    Efforts on national and local level are continuing since September, 2015 for brining administrative reforms in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and abolition of the Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) law. However, the reforms process could not be taken to its logical end due to differences among different political parties and groups over the mode […]

  • Political parties, Pakhtunkhwa Olasi Tehrik press govt for early implementation of FATA reforms

    The issue of administrative reforms in FATA is being discussed on the national level for the last two years. However, the process has faced delays due to political and other differences. The FATA Political Alliance and Pakhtunkhwa Olasi Tehreek have started protests and sit-ins to pressurise the government to accelerate the reforms process and abolish the controversial Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) law.

TDPs

  • PM Sehat Card scheme is yet to extend to five tribal agencies, FRs

    The federal government, in an attempt to provide free healthcare facilities, had launched Prime Minister Health Programme in December 2015. Under the project, deserving families, throughout the country, are able to spend Rs0.3 million per year on their treatment. Information collected from Fata Secretariat, PM Sehat Cards are being distributed among the needy families under […]

  • Govt approves Rs 1.16 billion for rehabilitations of FATA traders

    The federal government approved fund worth Rs1.16 billion for the second phase of reconstruction of war-torn Fata.The fund aimed at to rehabilitate small and medium businesses under a project titled ‘Economic Revitalization of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Fata’ (ERKF).The affected traders would be given financial assistance through Small and Medium Enterprises Authority (SMEDA).The government kicked off the second phase after it announced clearing militants from Fata.

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