Advertisement: Vacancy announcement in AKHS Chitral

Advertisement: Vacancy announcement in AKHS Chitral

 CHITRAL, Oct 30: The Aga Khan Health Service Pakistan (AKHS-P) has invited applications from suitable candidates for two vacant posts based in Chitral. The candidates for the post ...

Services of FOCUS volunteers recognized

Services of FOCUS volunteers recognized

CHITRAL, Oct 30: The FOCUS Humanitarian Organization held a function here to recognize the services of volunteers in helping people in times of calamities. Volunteers from differen ...

Villagers demand immediate repair of pedestrian bridge

Villagers demand immediate repair of pedestrian bridge

MASTUJ, Oct 30: The pedestrian bridge connecting Sarghuz village with Mastuj in upper Chitral has been in a dilapidated condition for long but no authority concerned is bothered to ...

NAB team becomes hostage in mafia’s hands

NAB team becomes hostage in mafia’s hands

Report S.N. Peerzada BOONI, Oct 30: The Movement for the Rights of the Citizens (Tehreek Huqooq-e-Awam) here said that A team from the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) sent to ...

Shutter-down strike observed in Booni against stalled project

Shutter-down strike observed in Booni against stalled project

Report S.N. Peerzada BOONI, Oct 28: A shutter-down was observed in Booni by the local traders against the delay in the reconstruction of the Booni bridge and the road. The traders ...

SC seeks report on alleged corruption in Golen Gol project

SC seeks report on alleged corruption in Golen Gol project

ISLAMABAD, Oct 28: The Supreme Court has asked Ministry of Water and Power and the Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) to submit replies regarding alleged irregularities ...

Woman from Mastuj gets Nelson Mandela Human Rights award

Woman from Mastuj gets Nelson Mandela Human Rights award

Report Jahan Zeb CHITRAL, Oct 27: Rubina Aziz from Mastuj, upper Chitral, has been crowned with the first Nelson Mandela Human Rights Award initiated this year by a Pakistani NGO f ...

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Religious minorities demand the right to choose their own curriculum

A group representing the religious minorities of Pakistan organized a seminar that discussed the concerns of the educational curriculum in the region. The group demands that the government allow religious minorities to choose the curriculum they want. The event was organized by the South Asian Partnership Pakistan (SAP-PK more ...

October 31, 2014 (0) comments

The orphans of war

By Mina Sohail (dawn.com) HIFSA, Niazmanna, Ziafat, Subia and Murwah entered the foyer along with their ‘mother-mate’. “These are our daughters,” said Hasnain Raza, member of the Pakistan Sweet Homes. The girls from North Waziristan have been left orphaned during the Zarb-i-Azb operation. Hifsa’s green eyes, Niazmanna’s m more ...

October 26, 2014 (0) comments

Three activists honoured with N-peace Award

ISLAMABAD, Oct 30: Three activists from Pakistan have been awarded an N-peace award by N-Peace network, a multi-country network of peace advocates in Asia working on the advancement of women and peace issues. The awardees were announced in July this year and were conferred with the honours in an ceremony held in Bangkok, more ...

October 30, 2014 (0) comments

A cabby’s complaint

چترال(گل حماد فاروقی)۔ چترال ٹاؤن سے تعلق رکھنے والے ٹیکسی ڈرائیور رحمت ولی نے آلٹو کار میں 27 سواری بٹھاکر نیا ریکارڈ قائم کیا تھا اور پھر اپنا ہی ریکارڈ توڑتے ہوئے اگلی بار 34 سواری بٹھاکر کامیاب مظاہرہ کیا۔ رحمت ولی کا کہنا ہے کہ میں نے پاکستان اور چترال کا نام روشن کرنے کیلئے اپنی گاڑی داؤ پر لگادی اور ورلڈ ریکارڈ قائ more ...

October 30, 2014 (0) comments

Reimbursement of varsity fees

According to a government directive, all universities should reimburse the semester fees of their students. It is unfortunate that majority of Shaheed Banazir Bhutto Shiringal (Chitral Campus) students are still waiting for the refund of their fees which they paid before the direction was issued by the government. Vice Ch more ...

October 23, 2014 (0) comments

State failure or failed state?

By Abbas Nasir (Dawn) That Osama bin Laden lived in urban Pakistan undiscovered by the authorities or with their connivance was bad enough; that the US Special Forces were able to find and eliminate him deep inside our country was clearly an intelligence failure for which heads should have rolled. But, of course, since th more ...

October 25, 2014 (0) comments

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