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
PESHAWAR: Efforts to attract international universities to the proposed Education City near Swabi seem to have proven fruitful, as four more international universities have expressed an interest in opening their campuses.
. . . → Read More: PTI to setup 30,000 kanal Education city in Peshawar
PLENTY, if it happens to be ‘Taliban Khan’. The wit who bestowed the nickname on Imran Khan probably had no idea how lethally accurate this label would prove to be. He may have intended to be ironic, but turned out to be prescient.
The TTP, in nominating the PTI chief to their negotiating team, recognised . . . → Read More: Taliban Khan: A lethally accurate label
Polio virus has been confirmed in two more children from North Waziristan Agency (NWA), The Express Tribune learnt on Monday.
According to an official at the Chief Minister’s Polio Monitoring Cell, 23-month-old Somiya is the seventh to be infected with polio this year. Somiya, daughter of Attaullah, is a resident of Kati Katlain village of Miranshah . . . → Read More: Two more polio cases confirmed in NWA
After taking stock of its political sway in Peshawar with a massive rally against the provincial government last week, the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) has issued a schedule for protests at divisional levels across Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P).
This was decided in a party meeting at the JUI-F’s provincial secretariat on Sunday, chaired by JUI-F K-P Vice . . . → Read More: Failure to control crime, JUI-F hit the streets in protest
PESHAWAR: Former Pakistan cricketer turned politician Imran Khan launched a scheme on Saturday to scout talent in the troubled northwestern Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, hoping the game could bolster anti-terrorism efforts.
Khan, who led Pakistan to their only World Cup win in Australia in 1992, said he hoped finding new talent in the region could . . . → Read More: Searching for talent in KPK
PESHAWAR: At least seven people were killed and nine others were injured in an explosion near a police mobile van which was on its way for security duty for polio immunisation workers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Charsadda district on Wednesday.
The dead included six policemen and a bystander child.
. . . → Read More: 7 killed in attack on polio security van, Peshawar