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Afghan envoy condoles with bereaved family of Mashal Khan

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    Afghan envoy condoles with bereaved family of Mashal Khan
Afghanistan Ambassador to Islamabad Dr Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal on Saturday condoled with the bereaved family of Mashal Khan who was killed by a violent mob on charges of blasphemy...
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Schoolteacher fractures girl student’s hand in Mardan

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    Schoolteacher fractures girl student’s hand in Mardan
A female schoolteacher has beaten a grade-III girl student with stick and fractured her hand at the Government Primary School Baghdada No.2 in Mardan
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Maulana Sami-ul-Haq terms Mashal Khan’s murder as barbarism

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    Maulana Sami-ul-Haq terms Mashal Khan’s murder as barbarism
Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam-S (JUI-S) chief Maulana Sami-ul-Haq on Saturday termed the shocking murder of student Mashal Khan as barbarism and said that Islam never allow the murder of anyone without...
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Locals demand facilities at ‘Water Park’ in D.I. Khan

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    Locals demand facilities at ‘Water Park’ in D.I. Khan
Local people of Dera Ismail Khan had demanded of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to provide facilities at the province’s first ‘Water Park’
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Huge quantity of hashish recovered, two arrested in Jamrud

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    Huge quantity of hashish recovered, two arrested in Jamrud
While recovering huge quantity of hashish, security forces on Saturday foiled a drug smuggling bid and arrested two alleged peddlers from Jamrud area of Khyber Agency
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United Nations expresses sorrow over Mashal Khan’s murder

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    United Nations expresses sorrow over Mashal Khan’s murder
The United Nations Resident Coordinator in Pakistan, Neil Buhne on Saturday expressed deep sorrow over the murder of journalism student Mashal Khan at Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan...
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Huge US bomb kills 90 Daesh militants in Afghanistan

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    Huge US bomb kills 90 Daesh militants in Afghanistan
Afghan officials on Saturday claimed that the United States military's largest non-nuclear bomb had killed at least 90 militants of Islamic State (Daesh) in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan
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D.I. Khan Police recover abducted woman along with four daughters

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    D.I. Khan Police recover abducted woman along with four daughters
The Dera Ismail Khan Police on Saturday recovered an abducted woman along with her four daughters who were abducted one year ago.
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Eight suspects remanded into police custody in Mashal Khan murder case

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    Eight suspects remanded into police custody in Mashal Khan murder case
An Anti-Terrorism Court in Mardan on Saturday remanded the eight suspects into police custody for four days arrested in Mashal Khan murder case who was killed on Thursday at...
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Upper Dir people protest against killing of youth in fake encounter

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    Upper Dir people protest against killing of youth in fake encounter
Hundreds of people on Friday staged a protest demonstration in Karo Darra area of Upper Dir on Friday against alleged killing of a youth from the area by Punjab...
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Sifwat Ghayyur Hospital to be upgraded to international standard

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    Sifwat Ghayyur Hospital to be upgraded to international standard
The district government of Peshawar has decided to upgrade Sifwat Ghayyur Children Hospital to international standard.
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Punjab University suspends 10 students for disrupting Pakhtun culture day event

Date: 15 Apr, 2017

    Punjab University suspends 10 students for disrupting Pakhtun culture day event
The Punjab University administration has suspended 10 students for their involvement in rumpus during the Pakhtun Culture Day.
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    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 FATA reforms process which was initiated in 2015 saw delays due to differences among different political parties over the mode of reforms as well as the confused approach adopted by the government towards the issue.The government had apparently put the issue on the back burner until new prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and his cabinet revived the process and directions were issued on 13 September, 017 to bring a new draft law in place of Riwaj Act.

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    Following repatriation to natives towns, the returned families especially youth have been facing immense problems due to unavailability of internet and 3G services in tribal agencies. Though tribes seem satisfied with pace of reconstruction and rehabilitation process but what concern them is the non-availability of cellular phones, internet services that concern the tribal people especially […]

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