Why a video clip featuring four girls from Kohistan dancing, led to the murder of innocent people
Kukikhels claim that the housing scheme called Regi Model Town is situated on the lands they own
The old customary system of justice is now under pressure to follow provincial and federal laws
In early August, unidentified men burnt down 14 schools in various parts of Darel
Darel is a narrow valley nestled amid high mountains. It has all the charm and beauty of a hill resort —...
Local political activists say they apprised election authorities about the need for separate polling stations for women
Election reports from across districts in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Large-scale deforestation across northern Pakistan is a leading cause for land slides and water scarcity
A Pashtun Tahafuz Movement gathering in Quetta | Ghulam Dastageer
The decision to bar women from voting in a village in Punjab was taken just before a general election in 1962
Problems with controlling movement across the Pak-Afghan border
The Torkham border crossing between Pakistan and Afghanistan | Abdul Majeed Goraya, White Star
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When the Peshawar High Court sacked over a dozen judicial officers in 2011
Northern districts of the province will see more outsiders than they have in the past
Some say militants bomb schools because the army uses them as shelters and bases.
Who gets to decide if the tribal belt should be a separate province or part of KP?
On the majestic shore of the Arabian Sea unfolds a tale of economic exploitation and health horrors.
What is missing in our remedies for the menace of corruption in state institutions?
Often finding themselves with a deadly target on their backs, many either flee, quit, live in fear, or are killed.
With little hope for justice and crippled by fear, the survivors have stopped going to school.