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19 including army officers die as train falls into canal near Gujranwala

At least 80 people have been rescued and injured people have been shifted to the Combined Military Hospital (CMH), Gujranwala, said government officials.

13 reasons why you won’t be able to resist dating a Pakhtun

Known for their love stories and dil-phaink attitude, these guys are the most exciting dating(/life) partners you could ever have.
Sikh in Fata

FATA’s displaced minorities seek relief, Inclusion of Sikhism in census

Minorities follow same traditions and lifestyle as common tribal people do but they face problems more than the Muslim majority tribal do.
Saffron

New ray of hope in Fata, Saffron to replace Hashish

Khyber Agency Agriculture department mull over to replaced opium and hashish cultivation with Saffron in war-torn Tirah Valley.
FATA YOUTH

Alarming; Youth are prone to drugs in tribal areas

Drug-dealers in Fata, in large number are dealing for differing kinds of drugs and they smuggle it to many other cities of Pakistan and neighbour countries.

Mullah Omar died in 2013 in Karachi; Afghan govt

Afghan government said that the reclusive one-eyed leader of the militant organisation Mullah Omar had died in 2013 in Karachi.

His first audio message; Taliban’s new supreme leader calls for unity

KABUL: Taliban’s new chief Mullah Akhtar Mansoor’s first audio message surfaced on Saturday. In the audio recording, Mansoor calls for unity among the Taliban...

Robert Mugabe proposes to Barack Obama

After the legalisation of gay marriage in the US, Mugabe sarcastically said he’d ask Obama to marry him.

Former ISI chief Hameed Gul dies of brain hemorrhage in Murree

Former ISI chief was shifted from a hospital in Murree to Combined Military Hospital (CMH) Rawalpindi after his health condition worsened.

Daayiee Abdullah; First American gay Imam

First American gay imam, Daayiee Abdullah's first act as Imam was to perform funeral rites for a gay Muslim who died of AIDS.
FATA Youth

Govt. is not honest to mainstream tribal areas; Fata youth

FATA youth called upon government to take pragmatic steps for reconstruction and rehabilitation of the damaged infrastructure before the implementation of the proposed reforms agenda in FATA.

Imran Khan writes to Ban Ki-moon over persecution of Rohingya Muslims

The hypocrisy prevalent within the international community on human rights and humanitarian interventions has been acutely evident as the Rohingya crisis has unfolded.
Landmine victims

Landmine victims in Fata are helpless to survive

Neither government nor non-governmental organizations payed attention to clean the area of mines. Most of the landmines were found in cultivating fields and in foothills near to the villages like Basharah.
AIDS in FATA

Fata more vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, increasing number of patients alarming

After 13 years, when the Fata AIDS Control Programme was launched in 2003, no single patient could be examined in Fata based laboratories due to lack of facilities, medicine and proper awareness.
Tirah

Beautiful Tirah valley needs attention of authorities

The beauty queen of Khyber Agency “Tirah Valley” of brave Pashtuns has been badly affected during a long time terrorism and extremism in recent past.