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JI to hold protest against over-bailing: Haq

PESHAWAR: Jamaat-e-Islami leader Siraj ul Haq said his party wants to transform Pakistan into an Islamic welfare state. Addressing his supporters in Peshawar on Sunday, Haq said people have been staging a sit-in in Islamabad for a month now. “One minister says that political jirga was not given the mandate to present proposals. We have not taken any decision… We have just presented proposals,” he said. “Every...

🕔 7:47 PM - September 21, 2014 Read Full News
 

One anti-polio campaign begins in Peshawar

PESHAWAR: A one-day polio vaccination campaign was launched in Peshawar on Sunday. According health officials some 754,383 children will be vaccinated in 96 union councils in several districts of the city. Some 235 health teams accompanied by over 8,470 people will participate, and in-charges are also appointed for each polio team. In light of the on-going polio campaign in the capital city, the K-P government has imposed a ban on...

🕔 12:56 PM - September 21, 2014 Read Full News
 

Two more polio cases confirmed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

TANK: Two more polio cases have been confirmed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Sunday, raising the total number of cases in Pakistan to 168 this year. According to reports, the polio virus was tested positive in two children, one year old, from Tank district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.  Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA are the worst affected areas from the polio virus. On Saturday, one two polio cases, one from Khyber Agency and another from Peshawar,...

🕔 11:38 AM - September 21, 2014 Read Full News
 

JUI- F leader shot dead in Hangu

HANGU: Some unknown armed men shot dead a JUI-F leader and closed aid to MPA Said Janan here on Sunday morning. According to reports some unknown armed men opened firing at Mualana Sher Alam Farooqui in Tora Ghwandai area of Hangu. According to reports, the JUI-F leader was going to madrasa from him home, when the militants opened firing at him.  The JUI-F naib Amir of the area was killed on the spot while the attackers escaped....

🕔 10:02 AM - September 21, 2014 Read Full News
 

Curfew in more areas of Swat imposed

SWAT: After targeted search operation in Mingora, Kanju and other areas of the district, the local administration Sunday imposed curfew in Takhta Band, Kabal Khas and Akhund Kalay areas for indefinite period. The security forces started search operation against suspected militants in the area. The residents of the areas have been advised to remain inside their homes.  The education institutions and local markets remained closed...

🕔 9:45 AM - September 21, 2014 Read Full News
 

Senior TTP commander killed in North Waziristan clash

PESHAWAR: The Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has said that one of its senior commanders Mohammad Hasan was killed in a recent clash with Pakistani security forces in North Waziristan. In a statement issued by TTP spokesman Shahidullah Shahid on Saturday, the outlawed group said Hasan, who hailed from Kabul, was killed in clashes in North Waziristan's Boya area. The statement added that Hasan had recently been released from an Afghan...

🕔 4:44 PM - September 20, 2014 Read Full News
 

Militant arrested in Peshawar

PESHAWAR: The security forces Saturday arrested a militant from Matani area of Peshawar. According to reports, the arrested accused belonged to a banned extremists group and alleged involved in attacks on Matani police station and police officer.  The accused was shifted to unknown location for interrogation.  ...

🕔 2:16 PM - September 20, 2014 Read Full News
 

Two more polio cases confirmed

PESHAWAR: Two new polio cases were confirmed from Khyber Agency and Peshawar on Saturday , raising the total number of cases in Pakistan to 166 this year.  The polio virus was confirmed in eight months old Habiba from Peshawar and 16 month old Salma from Khyber Agency.  The parents had not vaccinated thier children for polio virus....

🕔 1:39 PM - September 20, 2014 Read Full News
 

KPK regularizes services of 13500 lady health workers

PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has approved the regularization of service of about 13,500 lady health workers (LHWs) who had been working on an ad hoc basis for the last several years. The Peshawar High Court had ordered the regularization of the LHWs nearly 18 months ago but the decision has finally been implemented now after issuing notification by the provincial government. The government’s order is effective...

🕔 12:04 PM - September 20, 2014 Read Full News
 

Search operation in Mingora continues for second day

MINGORA:  The security forces Saturday continued house to house search operation against suspected militants and illegal weapons in Mingora and its suburbs as unannounced curfew continued for second day. According sources, the security forces have started search operation in the suburbs of Mingora including Yousafabad, Rehmanabad, Yaskhkori, Tahir Abad.  The residents of the area said that the security forces announced on...

🕔 10:42 AM - September 20, 2014 Read Full News
 

PTI ready to continue sit-in for one year: Khattak

ISLAMABAD: Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has said that Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) is ready to continue the sit-in for at least a year. Talking to media, Khattak said the PTI leadership is standing side by side with its workers.  He said that the PTI has completed all arrangements for continuing the sit-in for one year. Responding to the criticism of the opponents on his run of the KPK government, the CM...

🕔 9:30 AM - September 20, 2014 Read Full News
 

“Go Nawaz go” slogans at PML-N convention

PESHAWAR:  The PML-N provincial president Pir Sabir Shah and party workers mistakenly raised slogan “go Nawaz go” during party convention here on Friday. Following a scuffle among the party workers and disorder during the ‘Pakistan Stability Convention’, Sabir Shah mistakenly raised the anti-government slogans ‘go Nawaz go’. According to the details, the convention took place at Eid Gah in...

🕔 9:12 PM - September 19, 2014 Read Full News
 

JI threatens to quit KPK govt over education syllabus issue

 NOWSHERA: Jamaat Islami, a coalition partner in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government, Friday threatened to quit the provincial government led by PTI if their demands about inclusion of the chapters pertaining to ideology of Pakistan and Islam in education syllabus were not accepted. "Our negotiations with the PTI were in progress against changes in the education syllabus and if it were not accepted in the next meeting due for September...

🕔 8:54 PM - September 19, 2014 Read Full News
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