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Over 105 ancient manuscripts were exhibited by the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Directorate of Archaeology at Peshawar Museum on Saturday. In the 10-day exhibition, Quranic manuscripts, Islamic calligraphy on stones, plates and bowls, silver and gold coins, inscribed wooden beads and boxes, along with Persian scripts, have been publicly displayed. Among the remnants of history are silver and gold coins from the Ghurid dynasty...Read more
The 90-year-old Khayal Bibi known among the women in Landikotal area of Khyber Agency as Hindustani (Indian) is nostalgic about her place of origin in Calcutta where before her marriage in the pre-partitioned India she used to live with her family in palatial life style. Khyal Bibi, resident of Alamkhani area in Landikotal migrated from India along with her husband Akbar...Read more
The report of a research organisation stating the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) government is relatively better than its predecessor led to a fiery response by members of opposition parties on Wednesday. FATA Research Centre (FRC) released the report following detailed research, departmental reviews, media reports and policy evaluation. It concluded that the PTI government has managed to reduce corruption,...Read more
The city’s Shiraz Arena was abuzz on Wednesday with words like ‘digital entrepreneurship’, ‘innovation’, ‘e-commerce’ and ‘start-ups’. Wide-eyed techies and IT sector employees, along with freelancers, thronged to the venue, eager to hear what panel speakers had to say on the first day of the Digital Youth Summit 2014. PHOTO : MASH Production The two-day technology expo and conference was organised by...Read more
Renowned poet and fiction writer Dr Salma Shaheen, who enjoys a unique status among literary circles, attained superannuation as the first-ever woman director from Pashto Academy, university of Peshawar, on April 10, 2014 after serving for more than three decades. Departing director of Pashto Academy feels satisfied on retirement Author of 18 books both in Pashto and Urdu, Dr Shaheen is widely...Read more
The city’s Qayyum Stadium was abuzz with excitement and anticipation on Saturday as the street children football team and a local school played an enthralling match much to the delight of spectators. The street children football team is on a tour of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) after an awe-inspiring performance in the Street Children Football World Cup held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil...Read more
The Gor Gathri Arts and Crafts Festival commenced in Peshawar on Friday 2nd May, 2014. The event was organized jointly by the Tourism Corporation of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Directorate of Archeology and Museums. The aim of the event was to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of this ancient archaeological site and the province at large. Additionally, it also aimed to...Read more
When 78-year-old linguist presented the 50,000-odd-entry, 2.5-million-word handwritten manuscript for his Chinese-Pashto dictionary to his publishing house in 2012, nobody knew quite what to say. The project had been originally commissioned 36 years beforehand by the Commercial Press in 1978 when the State Council ordered 160 language dictionaries to boost China's international influence in UNESCO. Pashto is one of the official languages of...Read more
Taming the flame on a charcoal grill is perhaps easier than suppressing your appetite in Namakmandi, Peshawar. The brain is involuntarily overwhelmed with thoughts of food as you stroll past tikka shops with lamb and chicken on display. Namakmandi in Peshawar teems with good food and happy customers. PHOTO: HIDAYAT KHAN The Namakmandi that takes its name from the salt trade in...Read more
Peshawar is calling the next generation of digital innovators in Pakistan for Digital Youth Summit (DYS) 2014. It is a first of its kind technology conference and expo in Pakistan featuring keynotes, panel discussions, and skills shops for young people of all colors and ages. The expo will introduce the youth in Pakistan to the trends in digital economy and...Read more