Suspected TTP militanats in Wana, S. Waziristan threatened police, polio workers, journalists and other official to stop activities otherwise face Jihad.
Girl-students in Miranshah are protesting against the improper attitude and bribery of college and examination authorities.
Trails were held for 200 under 17 cricket players from across the Bajaur tribal district by the KP Sports department and local administration.
Khasadar personnel had chased off two KP prison police officials who had come to take charge of a local prison in Mohmand tribal district.
Unknown attackers opened fire at the car of Peshawar High Court judge, Justice Ayub Marwat and injured him alongside his driver in Hayatabad.
PM Imran Khan has asked the authorities to allow the registered half of the three million Afghan refugees for opening accounts in Pakistani banks.
Tribesmen held rallies in Kurram and Khyber tribal districts to express solidarity with Pakistan armed forces in the wake of ongoing tensions with India
Invetigation Officer asked S.H. Court to cancel the highly influential Rao Anwar's bail as he can destroy all evidences of the Naqeeb Mehsud's murder case.
Chattan made serious corruption allegations against DC Bajaur and the DC responded back ordering Chattan's radio to leave PTV building in the district.
KP government will provide poultry training and chickens with food and vaccines under the Rs 500 million worth chicken and egg plan starting by July 2019.
KP livestock department plans to establish donkey farms in D. I. Khan and Mansehra and sing agreements with local companies and Chinese government.
Government has announced several times to reopen the Saidu Sharif Airport in Swat but still all in vain. PIA officials have now announced it again.
Tribal Jirga boycott polio drive in protest against the electricity shutdown in Jamrud. Those who do not boycott, their houses will be demolished.
Security forces killed TTP's commander with three other militants involved in Orakzai suicide blast, in an intelligence-based operation in Hangu district.
Political leaders demanded to increase number of the 16 proposed provincial constituencies up-to 40 from the merged-Fata.