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Pakhtuns are a lovely nation, they love their homeland Pakistan and hence they do want to keep in touch with national news and issues of Pakistan. Khyber News, Pashto news and current affairs channel, offers a unique insight into many aspects of national news in Pashto language.

Khyber News is playing a part of bridge between the Pakhtuns of and rest of Pakistan. Khyber News covers provincial capitals and focuses on foreground health, transport and social issues. Its programs are designed to initiate confidence building and strong relation between people of Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Khyber News was founded on July 16 2007. Ever since its inception Khyber News has speedily reached the heights of broadcasting popularity. Apart from regular news updates, Khyber News offers a unique insight into many aspects of Pashto language, Pakhtun history, culture and opinions.

Khyber News has been consistently been on top of TV rankings across all viewership strata. The multiple perspectives on a news story and the honest insight of the seasoned journalist has enabled viewers to form informed opinions and take informed decisions The innovative and varied nature of programming content and formats have kept a diverse, but loyal, audience forever engaged to Khyber News.

Khyber News holds a strong network of reporters in Pakistan specifically in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). Khyber News is addressing the problems of far-flung areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Tribal districts (formerly FATA) of KP in its news and current affairs programs.

Khyber News belongs to AVT Channels Network.

All programs, news bulletins, and news reports are uploaded here on regular basis. Watch the most latest news bulletins and Khyber News programs.

Petroleum prices likely to go down by Rs 6/ltr

ISLAMABAD: Petroleum prices in Pakistan are likely to go down in wake of declining rates in international market. As the oil prices reached the lowest level in six years in global markets, a similar...

Pakistan rejects India’s advice not to meet Hurriyar leaders

ISLAMABAD: Responding to the “advice” of Government of India, conveyed by their High Commissioner that Sartaj Aziz may not meet the Hurriyat leaders during his forthcoming visit to India, the Pakistan Foreign Secretary conveyed...

China to set up two coal-based power projects of 1,320MW in Thar

ISLAMABAD: China is to establish two coal based power projects of 1,320 megawatt in Thar. An agreement to this effect was signed by Shanghai Electric China and Private Power and Infrastructure Board in Islamabad...

SC orders to form commission to probe Tauqeer Sadiq’s escape

ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court (SC) on Friday has ordered to form a commission on the matter of escape of Ogra scandal’s main suspect Tauqeer Sadiq. The hearing of the case was headed by a three-member...

Explosives in Attock attack never used before: FIA report

ISLAMABAD: Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) explosives experts on Friday have sent Attock attack’s report to joint investigation team (JIT) claiming that such kind of explosives were never used before in Pakistan. Reports said that...

IHC dismisses plea to include Ayyan Ali’s name in ECL

ISLAMABAD: Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Friday dismissed plea to include Ayyan Ali’s name in Exit Contro List (ECL) due to incomplete documents. The hearing was conducted by Justice Noor-ul-Haq Qureshi on the petition...

Pakistan must remain firm on its stance regarding Kashmir: Geelani

SRINAGAR: Senior Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Friday stated that Pakistan must remain firm on its stance regarding Kashmir issue. Geelani said that India is not serious in resolution of Kashmir dispute....

No compromise over planned meeting with Hurriyat leaders: govt

ISLAMABAD: A high-level meeting chaired by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today (Friday) decided that Pakistan will make no compromise over its scheduled meeting with Kashmiri leaders ahead of NSA-level talks with India in New...

Three suspects involved in Attock suicide attack arrested in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: Three men accused of being involved in the suicide attack which claimed the life of Punjab Home Minister Shuja Khanzda were arrested from a madrassa in Islamabad. The arrests were made during a...

Non-bailable arrest warrants issued for DJ Butt

ISLAMABAD: A local court in Islamabad issued non-bailable arrest warrants on Friday for Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf's sound-man DJ Butt for violation of Section 144 and the Amplifier Act during the party's sit-in in the federal...

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