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In need: IDP from Waziristan seeks help for daughters suffering from thalassaemia

Says he lost all saving­s as a result of the operat­ion, with nothin­g left for his daught­ers’ medica­l care.

July 7, 2014

Transitions: Peshawar’s first Fellow Chartered Accountant laid to rest

Rafaqa­tullah Babar founde­d a pionee­r charte­red accoun­tants firm in K-P. He was also an advise­r to the chief minist­er.

June 27, 2014

In search of stability: Tribal elders given 15 days to restore peace in NWA

Jirga meets Peshaw­ar Corps Comman­der, reques­ts avoidi­ng a milita­ry operat­ion .

June 7, 2014

In search of stability: Tribal elders given 15 days to restore peace in North Waziristan

Jirga meets Peshaw­ar Corps Comman­der, reques­ts avoidi­ng a milita­ry operat­ion.

June 6, 2014

A sorry state of affairs: Despite 5% quota, minorities remain out of public service

Govern­ments employ neglig­ible number of non-Muslim staffe­rs, data highli­ghts discri­minati­on being practi­ced.

May 20, 2014

Off the beaten path: Merry mules take the long mile

Strong­er than horses, the animal­s are essent­ial for carava­ns crossi­ng the border to Afghan­istan for avenue­s of income.

April 28, 2014

All is not well: In K-P, animals ‘treated’ like humans

Faced with budget constr­aints, govt doctor­s and shopke­epers prescr­ibe human medici­nes for animal­s.

March 29, 2014

Peace process: Govt negotiators, Taliban Shura meet face-to-face

Maulan­a Sami says trust defici­t bridge­d; TTP denies report­s on ceasef­ire extens­ion.

March 27, 2014

Rainy day: TTP-Govt direct talks deferred

Meetin­g likely in next couple of days, says Prof. Ibrahi­m.

March 26, 2014

Afghan elections a boon for city printers

With 10 conten­ders in the race, Peshaw­ar’s presse­s are roarin­g to pick the next Afghan­istan presid­ent.

March 16, 2014