Cinemas in Peshawar have largely been reduced to venues where men enjoy regular screenings of blue films.
Experts say scorpion venom is more harmful than any drug— addicts start living in a constant state of delusion.
Khawaja saras fear that if they are tested positive, they will be expelled from their community.
The issue surfaced when an infant was recently bitten to death by a rat in Peshawar’s suburbs.
“Over 1200 cases are pending and no hearing has taken place since the blast,” says bar association president.
Pakistan is the fifth deadliest country for road fatalities, but an emergency braking system could help change that.
The Attan was popular in Waziristan until three decades ago.
From bacteria powered batteries to glowing seeds, these biotechnology students want to solve problems through science.
Farmers lament the ban on fertilisers, which have been banned because they use chemicals used in explosives.
Eighth graders in Khyber Pakhthunkhwa receive sex education through interactive theatre dramas on child abuse.
Over 500 homeless and poor people have found clothes through the wall.
In 1978, refugees from Soviet-occupied Afghanistan moved to Peshawar, where they started bee-keeping businesses.
Residents struggle with militancy, illiteracy, and isolation,i n a village tucked away in FR Peshawar.
Almost every third home in Mian Kalay village has children suffering from birth defects.
Eatery's trademark 'Cherry Berry' dish amusingly gets its name from a local soft drink that Shaukat holds dear.
"I lost my legs and eyes, but not my courage and hope," Bahadar says.
At the age of 15, Mussarat ran away from his home in Bajaur to seek out the transgender society in Peshawar