The mother of five-year-old Kashan Ahmad is a protester and seeks justice from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan against those doctors of a government hospital in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa who according to her did something wrong during an appendix operation and made her child abnormal.
She came with her husband and two children from Mianwali in . . . → Read More: Woman blames KPK government for child’s misshaped appendix operation
The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) government helped police make 256 of their vehicles bulletproof, Express News reported on Tuesday.
These vehicles will be used for local operation as well as by special squad.
The K-P police had earlier requested the provincial government to make their vehicles bullet-proof as policemen were often targeted in the province . . . → Read More: KPK bullet proof vehicles to help improve security
By Saqib Mehmood and Ifrah Waqar
On June 15, Pakistan Army launched a comprehensive military operation against local and foreign militants in North Waziristan. This operation is aimed at rooting out Pakistani Taliban and their aiding trans-national violent organizations, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) and Al-Qaeda. . . . → Read More: Zarb-e-Azb: Battle for Pakistan’s sovereignty
(By Farheen Rizvi) With the consent of the federal government in Islamabad, the Pakistan Army has finally launched operation ‘Zarb-e-Azb’ in North Waziristan.
It was long due for the federal government to take responsibility of the constitution of Pakistan. The constitution is not just about executing former chiefs of the army under article . . . → Read More: We all have a part to play in Zarb-e-Azb’s success
PESHAWAR – The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has formally launched online system in the province to control prices of essential commodities during the holy month of Ramzan-ul-Mubarak.
This is part of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government special reforms initiative. This was revealed at a high-level meeting chaired by Additional Chief Secretary Khalid Pervez on the special directives of . . . → Read More: KP’s new online price control system
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would be setting up Pakistan’s first high security prison having three-layered security besides establishing high security zones in six sensitive jails of the northwestern province housing more than 1,000 terrorists and high profile prisoners like Dr Shakil Afridi.
The authorities have also announced to form a special prison force which would guard the . . . → Read More: New high security prison under construction in KP
By conducting political rallies at the heart of the federal capital and literally a stone’s throw away from the Constitution Avenue – now a “Red Zone” because of the existential security threats faced by the state – the conductors of such events do no service to their cause and do little to sway the government; or . . . → Read More: Politics on the streets
PESHAWAR: Addressing a seminar for World Tuberculosis (TB) Day on Monday, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) Minister for Health Shaukat Ali Yousafzai said TB eradication was a serious challenge while other department officials shared the province’s progress in this regard.
Secretary Health Ghulam Qadir Khan informed that the Provincial TB Control Programme has achieved the target for case . . . → Read More: Fight against tuberculosis: more health officials required
PESHAWAR / DI KHAN / KHAR: A defence exhibition was held in Army Stadium Peshawar on Sunday to mark Pakistan Day. The event was inaugurated by corps commander Lieutenant General Khalid Rabbani.
The day started with a salute of 21 canons, after which a large number of people visited the exhibition and took a keen interest . . . → Read More: KP and FATA celebrate Pakistan with full fanfare
By Samar Esapzai
After an indubitably glorious victory against India in the Asia Cup this past Sunday, ardent Pakistani fans, all across the world, have indeed found various ways to celebrate this euphoric occasion. While some celebrations are fun and safe, others are not.
I am referring to the infamous aerial firing or, in other words, . . . → Read More: Another case against aerial firing