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Councilors to move PHC against Charsadda district budget

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    Councilors to move PHC against Charsadda district budget
Opposition parties in District Council Hall in Charsadda staged a demonstration on Wednesday against approval of budget by the provincial government.
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Robbers shot dead watchman in Swabi

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    Robbers shot dead watchman in Swabi
Unknown armed persons shot dead a watchman in Zaida area of Swabi district in the jurisdiction of Zaida police station, the police said.
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PA Waziristan asks locals for help to arrest corrupt officials

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    PA Waziristan asks locals for help to arrest corrupt officials
Political administration of North Waziristan Agency on Wednesday urged locals to point out officials who demand bribe from them for issuance of a certificate for reconstruction of their houses.
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Illegal confinement: Dwarfs in Karak demand transfer of SHO

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    Illegal confinement: Dwarfs in Karak demand transfer of SHO
Dwarfs staged a demonstration against station house officer of City Police Station for, allegedly, keeping them in illegal confinement at the police station and demanded his transfer.
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Adjournment Motions at PA condemn Mardan girl murder, rape

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    Adjournment Motions at PA condemn Mardan girl murder, rape
Lawmakers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assembly have submitted two separate adjournment motions on the Mardan’s minor girl alleged rape and murder case in the assembly secretariat.
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Afghan refugees’ repatriation: Envoy says Afghans not willing to be burden on Pakistan anymore

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    Afghan refugees’ repatriation: Envoy says Afghans not willing to be burden on Pakistan anymore
Afghan diplomat Dr Omer Zakhilwal on Wednesday said that Afghan refugees themselves not willing to remain burden on Pakistan and asked the government of Pakistan to extend one-month deadline.
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Fata-KP merger to be implemented in phases, PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    Fata-KP merger to be implemented in phases, PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Wednesday said that Fata reforms’ would be implemented in phases including its merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
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Army wins 6th National Archery Championship in Peshawar

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    Army wins 6th National Archery Championship in Peshawar
Pakistan Army has won final of the 6th National Archery Championship by defeating Wapda here Wednesday here at Peshawar Sports Complex
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Protesters demand justice for 4-year Asma, raped and killed in Mardan

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    Protesters demand justice for 4-year Asma, raped and killed in Mardan
Workers of Awami National Party and civil society on Wednesday staged a protest demonstration against rape and murder of four-year old Asma and demanded of the government to arrest...
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LRH administration denies death of children due to oxygen shortage

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    LRH administration denies death of children due to oxygen shortage
Reports of death of four children at the Lady Reading Hospital (LRH) in Peshawar due to shortage of oxygen have surfaced, however, the hospital administration has rejected these reports.
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Rain, snowfall recorded in mountainous areas of KP

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    Rain, snowfall recorded in mountainous areas of KP
A new spell of rain started in mountainous areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Wednesday.
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Lakki Marwat gets top ranking, Shangla bottom ranked in schools performance

Date: 17 Jan, 2018

    Lakki Marwat gets top ranking, Shangla bottom ranked in schools performance
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Education Department has given ranks to various districts according to performance of its schools under which Lakki Marwat has got top ranking, while Kohistan district is ranked...
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FEATURES & INTERVIEWS – LATEST

  • Islamabad sit-in bears fruits as authorities start demining SWA

    It seems that the civil and military authorities in South Waziristan agency have started implementing the pledges the federal government made with the organizers of the 10-day sit-in staged against extra judicial killing of Naqeebullah Mehsud. Reportedly, the authorities have formed nine teams to purge the tribal district from the scattered landmines, which had been killing and injuring the local tribesmen.

  • Tirah people seek alternativeh to poppy crop

    The people of Tirah area of Khyber Agency have called upon the government introduce another cash crop before eradicating poppy crop from the area.

  • First Pakistani Transgender Batch sworn in as Scouts

    The otherwise neglected community of transgender people has been included in Scout association as a Batch of 40 transgender youth took oath in Karachi on Friday. The young transgender scouts wore scarves and took oath. Atif Amin Hussain, Commissioner IPC Sindh Boys Scouts, administered the oath.

  • Girl from Mardan makes nation proud with her Biotechnology research

    The world is observing International Day of Women and Girls in Science today (Sunday). On this special occasion, TNN conducted an interview of Sarah Farooq Khan who aspires to become a role model for other girls through her research in the field of Biotechnology.

Fata Reforms

TDPs

  • Absenteeism of teachers, damaged buildings make 900 schools non-functional in FATA

    In tribal areas of Pakistan, more than 800 schools have been closed or still remained non-functional due to poor law and order situation in the region. A large number of schools were either damaged or destroyed by Taliban when they were in control of major parts of FATA.  Since majority of displaced populations have returned […]

  • Returnees and displaced families from FATA seek food security

    Hundreds of displaced families from North and South Waziristan and Khyber Agency are still living a displaced life. However, the IDPs and repatriated from Fata have claimed that government was, seemingly, least interested to facilitate and provide food to the terrorism-affected tribal people.

  • Political parties running campaigns to increase vote bank among repatriated people of FATA

    Political hustle and bustle have been gaining vigor at the in the areas of return in FATA with public gatherings being organized at hujras and local offices of political parties ahead of forthcoming general elections.During 2013 general elections thousands of families from different agencies of Fata were living in camps and with relatives due to military operations.

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