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  • 16 foreigners among 18 illegal migrants recovered in Turbat operation The security forces conducted an operation in Robin area of Turbat in Balochistan on Monday night and recovered 18 people, including 16 foreigners, being sent to Europe illegally....
  • Commission on women rights seeks investigation into burning of woman in Tank The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Commission on Status of Women has taken notice of setting a woman on fire allegedly by her husband in Tank district and sought report from the police. A statement issued here on Monday stated that the commission directed police and other relevant departments to investigate the case properly and provide justice to the victim’s family. The statement added that the commission has tasked a group to visit Tank and meet the relevant quarters and family members of the woman....
  • Survey of damaged houses becomes a big source of corruption for Khyber admin: PTI Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader from the Khyber Agency Iqbal Afridi has alleged that massive corruption is being committed in the assessment surveys of demolished houses in the agency. Speaking at a news conference in Peshawar press club on Monday here, he alleged that the surveying teams headed by political tehsildar Bara, Ghuncha Gul had been taking Rs100,000 as kickbacks from the tribesmen for including their houses in the lists....
  • Resolution demanding judicial inquiry of DI Khan incident moved in KP Assembly A dissident PTI’s lawmaker from Peshawar submitted a resolution in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly demanding judicial inquiry of the stripping and parading of a teenage girl in Dera Ismail Khan. Javed Nasim, the mover of the resolution demanded that those involved in the incident and their supporters should immediately be arrested. The resolution has also asked the provincial government to take action against the police officials for their negligence. It further demanded that the district police officer (DPO), DIG and IG should be held responsible for not providing protection and justice to the victim girl....
  • JI set to march on Islamabad for Fata’s merger Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) has once again reiterated its pledge to march on Islamabad if the federal government failed to merger Fata in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa till December 10. JI’s Fata chapter Ameer, Sardar Khan while addressing a news conference in Bajaur press club here on Monday said that the federal government was deliberately delaying the implementation of Fata reforms and was not serious in fulfilling its pledge made with the people of Fata....

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Rebel group of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar announces ceasefire

Rebel group of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar announces ceasefire
September 10, 2017

PESHAWAR, 10 September: The Rohingya Muslims rebel group in Myanmar fighting against the government forces has announced one-month ceasefire in hope of ending the crisis.

The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) has also called upon the Myanmar army to stop the fighting to end the crisis in the country. Muslims in the Rakhine state are bearing atrocities of Myanmar army and extremist Buddhists for the last many years, but the latest crisis began on 25 August when a rebel group set fire to a police check post. The Burmese security forces along with extremist Bushiest started a massive crackdown after the attack, killed several Rohingya Muslims and torched their villages. At least 300,000 Rohingya Muslims have migrated to Bangladesh so far in extremely bad condition and they have no food or shelter.

The United Nations says $7.7 billion funds are required on emergency basis to help the Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar.

Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua summoned Myanmar ambassador to her office and lodged protest over atrocities against Rohingya Muslims. The Foreign Office said Tehmina Janjua asked the Myanmar ambassador to stop atrocities against Muslims and give them their rights.

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    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.

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    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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