Students Protest against 14 demands enter third day in University of Peshawar

IRFAN BAHADUR PESHAWAR: The University of Peshawar is fully committed to provide conducive educational environment to the students and would take every step towards its accomplishment. The spokesman of the University in a statement categorically reiterated that students are the

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Youth’s new sensation, freelancing

LAHORE: Punjab’s youth countering the unemployment stepped in freelancing world to earn money and support their families and to become self-employed as it becomes a new sensation for youth in province after government led programmed launched e-rozgar. International Data Group

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Urdu version of ‘I am Malala’ launched

LAHORE: Malala Yousafzai’s struggle gave one message that don’t clip the wings of your daughters and let them peruse their education career. This was stated by speakers at the book launching ceremony of Mein Hoon Malala, an Urdu version of ‘I

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PTI’s intra-party polls: ECP to announce verdict on December 5

Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) will declare its verdict over petition against Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) intra-party elections on December 5. The verdict was to be given today however; it was deferred for next hearing due to the absence of the judges. During the hearing,

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70 years on we still haven’t learnt our lesson, laments Nawaz Sharif

Web Desk: In an apparent reference to power struggle between ‘establishment’ and elected representatives, former ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif has termed the events of the past 70 years “unfortunate”. Addressing Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) workers at the Punjab House

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Fear of social ostracisation keeps transgenders from registering

By Umer Farooq PESHAWAR: As a transgender grows older, most are left poor, with few friends and with sex often the only way to pay for their expenses. But this leaves them with diseases for company. “When you lose your beauty, you

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AIOU to offer workshop on gender studies

WebDesk:  The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will hold a week-long workshop on gender and women studies for postgraduate students from September 18 at its main campus The workshop is part of an academic pursuit by the university to promote

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government could not be implemented a fund, (FPCCI)

PESHAWAR: Regional Chairman of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industries (FPCCI) on Horticulture Exports Ahmad Jawad has said that federal government funded in three agriculture sector projects but Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government could not be implemented and a fund

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KMU holds workshop on osteopathy

PESHAWAR:  The Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (IPM&R) arranged a two-day workshop on osteopathy at KMU. Dr Heidi Gaissmaier and Dr Cristine Bauer from Germany, Dr Faisal Naqvi from Canada and Dr Syed Haider Ali and Dr Usmara from Pakistan

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Kohat AC holds open court for women

KOHAT: Assistant Commissioner Gul Bano for the first time in history of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa on Monday held khuli katchery for women in Urban-III Jangal Khel and heard their problems regarding public departments. She held the open court on the special directives of

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