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The city’s scorching heat becomes almost intolerable for labourers who work without any semblance of shade. With temperature rising up to 44 degrees Celsius on most days, the daily wagers are living proof that not all rays emitting from the sun are harmless. However, students of various universities have tried to ease their misery by installing a refrigerator on Peshawar’s bustling...Read more
The Hum Jawan awards were conferred on the youth of the province who have excelled in different fields of life and rendered great services for the country and society. The awards were given at the concluding ceremony of the two-day Hum Jawan youth cultural festival held at the PIA Planetarium in Hayatabad on Sunday. The Sports and Youth Affairs Department, Khyber...Read more
A two-day festival to pay tribute to Pashto poet and scholar Khushal Khan Khattak concluded in Akora Khattak, Nowshera on Sunday. ‘Jashan-e-Khushal’ focused on the revival of Pashto in the province. The festival was organised after a hiatus of 27 years. Organisers were unable to hold the event for over two decades due to deteriorating law and order in the province. “The...Read more
A project has been launched to add colour to the dusty walls of Pakistan's Peshawar city, a media report said on Friday. The Tourism Corporation Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (TCKP) and the culture department launched the project "Rang De Peshawar" on Thursday to create a pleasant and colourful environment in the provincial capital, Dawn online reported. Under the "Rang De Peshawar" project, the walls...Read more
In 2006, Google started with machine learning-based translations between English and Arabic, Chinese and Russian. Almost 10 years later, with this update, Google now offer 103 languages that cover 99% of the online population. The 13 new languages — Amharic, Corsican, Frisian, Kyrgyz, Hawaiian, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Luxembourgish, Samoan, Scots Gaelic, Shona, Sindhi, Pashto and Xhosa — help bring a combined 120...Read more
City district nazim Muhammad Asim Khan has asked the deputy commissioner and police to cancel the no objection certificate of two stage shows over what he has cited as “vulgarity”. Asim Khan has also directed the Peshawar Development Authority and administration of all four towns to remove sign boards and posters of the stage shows from the city. The nazim took the...Read more
In the case of Kakaji Sanober Hussain Mohmand, his pen was indeed mightier than the sword. Unlike other heroes during the time of independence, Kakaji, as he was more commonly known, used his writing to free Pukthuns from British colonialism and oppression of latter governments. He breathed his last on January 3, 1963. Sadly, few Pukhtuns today know of his contribution...Read more
Two Pashto writers, poets and critics – Rajwali Shah Khattak and Shamsul Qamar Andesh –passed away in 2015, leaving a piercing void in the hearts of their fans. Researcher, scholar, poet, critic and academic, Dr Rajwali Shah Khattak died of cardiac arrest at the age of 63 on July 21. Popularly known as “Wali”, he dedicated his life to Pashto literature,...Read more
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has announced a public holiday to observe mourn day over Army Public School Attack 2014. According to details, KP government has announced a public holiday in remembrance of poor students who were martyred in terrorists attack on Army Public school back on December 16, 2014. Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan told media that they are in continues contact with...Read more
Peshawar is one of the metropolitan cities of Pakistan being the 5th largest in terms of size. It is the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and a perfect representation of the province. This city has a rich historical background and an even richer culture. The people and their culture have a uniqueness in every aspect compared to the rest of the country....Read more