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Mulagori elders refuse to vaccinate kids against polio

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    Mulagori elders refuse to vaccinate kids against polio
Elders of Mulagori area of Khyber Agency on Monday announced refused to vaccinate their children against polio to press the government to construct health and educational facilities. The decision to...
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Power outages: Doctors, paramedics shut down hospital in Khyber

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    Power outages: Doctors, paramedics shut down hospital in Khyber
The incessant and unscheduled power outages forced doctors and paramedical staff in Khyber Agency on Monday to completely closed Agency Headquarters Hospital. They wore armband and staged a sit-in outside...
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Pak PWD employees protest non-payment of salaries

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    Pak PWD employees protest non-payment of salaries
PESHAWAR Around 1200 employees of Pakistan Public Works Department, a federal government department, staged a protest against non-payment of salaries since last two months. The protesting employees threatened to...
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Chemists’ strike against drug rules in KP on July 27

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    Chemists’ strike against drug rules in KP on July 27
Pakistan Chemist and Druggist Association Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Monday announced to observe shutter down strike on July 27 of this month against new Drug Rules across the province. The announcement...
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Al-Haj group to join sit-in against Fata reforms’ postponement

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    Al-Haj group to join sit-in against Fata reforms’ postponement
Karavan Alhaj Group on Monday announced to join its sit-in announced by Fata Students Organisation outside governor house to protest delay in Fata Reforms. The announcement was made by Bilawal...
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SC takes up JIT report, PML-N files objections

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    SC takes up JIT report, PML-N files objections
The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday resumed hearing in offshore asset case where Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif family’s and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar lawyers submitted their objections to...
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Halimzai elders demand action against drug peddlers

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    Halimzai elders demand action against drug peddlers
Elders of Halimzai tribe in Shabqadar tehsil of Charsadda district on Monday demanded the police to speed up action against drug peddlers in the area. The residents of the...
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Five-year girl to become boy in NWA after surgery

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    Five-year girl to become boy in NWA after surgery
A five year old girl on Monday will became a boy after undergoing sex-change surgery in a resident of Saifli Kabulkhel area of North Waziristan Agency. Noor Muhammad, father of...
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KP govt to build Health City in Regi Model Town, Peshawar

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    KP govt to build Health City in Regi Model Town, Peshawar
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to build a Health City at the cost of 22 billion rupees in Regi Model Town in Peshawar
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Four militants killed in clash with security forces in Zhob

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    Four militants killed in clash with security forces in Zhob
Four militants were killed as security forces foiled attack on FC check post in Qamar din Kerez area of Zhob, Balochistan as the operation Radd-ul-Fasaad continues across the country
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Met Office predicts rain in most parts of KP, Fata

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    Met Office predicts rain in most parts of KP, Fata
The Weather department on Monday predicted rain in most parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) in the next 24 hours
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Supreme Court resumes hearing into Panama Leaks case

Date: 17 Jul, 2017

    Supreme Court resumes hearing into Panama Leaks case
The Supreme Court on Monday resumed hearing into Pamana Leaks case to examine the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) report in which Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family were...
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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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