Teenagers disguising themselves as students in school uniforms being used for smuggling contraband in Peshawar.
Sher Alam Shinwari
Traditional way of teaching leads to dependence, rote memorisation, narrow-mindedness and frustration, says expert
Neelum Afridi wants to set up a college for girls in Bara after completing her education
Students, teachers and book lovers fascinated by the new series
Friday, March 5, 2009 was the day when the mausoleum of the 17th-century Sufi poet Rahman Baba was bombed by militants.
PESHAWAR: Speakers at a function on Friday paid tribute to four late Pashto poets for their meritorious literary...
Writers from Afghanistan, tribal areas, Balochistan and various parts of KP will participate in the three-day event
Renowned Sufi saint of Chishtia order, Khawaja Syed Abdul Sattar Shah, fondly remembered Bacha Jan, introduced...
PESHAWAR: “I have no option but to resort to selling out my household items. I am compelled to starve. I have...
Ameenullah Daudzai narrates the horrible story from different angles in his 87-page book
Sculptor Shah Madar Kaka believes commercialism robs one’s art
Speakers want teaching of Persian restarted in educational institutions
Jashne Nauroz celebrated
PESHSWAR: Two Peshawar-based literary organisations – Pashto Adabi Tolana, Regi Seema, and Qalam Pashto Adabi...
PESHAWAR: Safoora Arbab has earned her Bachelor’s degree from Columbia University in New York City with her major...
Shamsul Qamar Andesh breathed his last due to cardiac arrest at his home in Mardan on late Sunday night.
Study says musicians and performers are in constant state of terror
Says he is not going to get any incentive for the advance study
Ustad Gulab Sher suffering from health complications in need of help.
THE magnificent mosque of the historic Islamia College Peshawar became a gateway to modern education in the early...