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Anti-harassment committee formed at KP Education Department

The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Elementary and Secondary Education Department has constituted a special anti-harassment committee at directorate level. The committee is made up of four female members namely Deputy...

Unidentified attackers gun down Sikh hakim in Peshawar

PESHAWAR: Unidentified assailants shot dead a hakim (physician) belonging to the Sikh community on Charsadda road in Peshawar on Thursday. According to the police, the attackers...

Seven arrests in Shangla swara case

Shangla police arrests seven members of a jirga in a swara case. Police spokesperson Umar Rehman told media on Sunday that Dandai police station made...

Peshawar students get top positions in exams

PESHAWAR: Students hailing from district Peshawar clinched all the top positions in Matric and Intermediate exams of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education...

Drummer murdered in cold blood

CHARSADDA: A drummer was shot near his premises on Friday in Rajjar tehsil of Charsada near his house in Rajjar tehsil here on Friday. According...

Fire breaks out in Gol National Park Chitral

Fire broke out on Thursday afternoon in Gol National Park Chitral. Syed Sarmad divisional forest officer said that volunteers from the local community are...

Two terror suspects killed in North Waziristan

The Pakistan Army killed two terror suspects during an intelligence-based operation in North Waziristan, the ISPR said Thursday night. The security officials launched an operation...

Torghar: 14 killed as lightning strikes homes

Torghar: At least 14 people lost their lives as rains and lightning struck Torghar district of Hazara division on Sunday. Several homes were demolished following...

KP bans unvaccinated teachers, school staff

PESHAWAR: The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Elementary and Secondary Education Department has banned the entry of teachers and other staff into schools and offices without Covid-19 vaccination...

KP bans use of smartphones at Peshawar’s Bacha Khan Airport lounges

PESHAWAR: KP Authorities have banned the use of smartphones at all lounges of the Bacha Khan airport citing security reasons. The ban will be effective...


Delink Afghan citizens from Taliban, PM asks the US

Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged the United States to delink the 40 million Afghan citizens from the Taliban and take urgent action to...

Islamabad hosts extraordinary OIC foreign minister conference

ISLAMABAD: The 17th Extraordinary Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of Organization of Islamic Cooperation started in Islamabad Sunday at the National Assembly...

Pakistan hosts OIC’s Council of Foreign Ministers meeting today, Khyber News special coverage

Pakistan is going to host the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation's (OIC) Council of Foreign Ministers meeting in Islamabad today (Saturday). World's biggest Pashto News...

Afghan Taliban, TTP are not one entity: Zabih Ullah Mujahid

The Afghan Taliban on Friday said the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) was not part of the Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan (IEA) as its spokesperson urged...