Police in the KP province has achieved a lot in recent years. It has demonstrated that law enforcement agencies in Pakistan can be brought up to 21st century methods and be purged of political influences that hinder its day-to-day workings. Head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan, summed up the KP police achievements in his post on Facebook. There were several points where the KP police improved on the IT front. These include: Digitization of FIRs Tenant Information System Identity Verification System Vehicle Verification System Criminal Record Verification Geo-Tagging SOS Alert
Authorities at the Torkham border will not let any Pakistani enter Afghanistan without a valid passport and visa. An announcement in this respect was made via loudspeakers in the bordering areas. Banners that stated the same were also displayed at crowded and more prominent places in the regions that border Pakistan and Afghanistan. These rules and regulations have been imposed from 1st of January, according to Shamsul Islam, a political tehsildar. He said that documents will be thoroughly checked to ensure their credibility, and green signal will only be given
The Pakistan-China Joint Cooperation Committee (JCC) meeting held in Beijing today approved in principle three mega development projects for the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Chief Minister Pervez Khattak who represented his province in the meeting expressed satisfaction over the outcome of the deliberations of the JCC, officials sources confided to APP. The projects approved for KP included 1700 Megawatt run of the river electricity project, Circular Railway Track between Peshawar-Charsadda-Nowshera-Mardan and Swabi and establishment of a state of the art Economic Zone along the motorway.
Year 2016 is almost ending after 2 days, we have combined some harsh and happiest moment of 2016 shared from our website or social media account. Though there were lots of incident in 2016 but we are trying to cover the major. We pray for a prosperous and full of joy 2017, starting from the very beginning 1. Bacha Khan University attack by 4 militants killing almost 20 including students and faculty members 2. Peshawar Zalmi failed to get PSL trophy but trending throughout the tourney 3. More
The administration of Khyber Agency begun an initial assessment of the railway track in the tribal area today, after almost ten years, to put the British era locomotives back on track, officials said. The Khyber Steam Safari, a tourist train which ran from Peshawar to Landikotal was shut down because of security concerns in 2007. Khalid Mahmood, the political agent of Khyber Agency told The Express Tribune that after an initial meeting with the railway lines department a survey was initiated to check the quality of the railway track. ?It
Khyber Khalid Mehmood told the reporters that the discoveries are the result of the effort made by the archaeological department. He added further added that the survey also disclosed around eight sites of immense Buddhist importance. This archaeological survey was carried in Tehsil Jamrud of Khyber Agency. It was carried out in a period of around 75 days and the thirty thousand years old 110 ancient sites were discovered as a result of this survey and a number of relics like images and paintings carved on stones were also discovered.
The Digital Youth Summit (DYS), is going to be hosting another event during May 5-7th 2017. It is a tech conference and startup expo which was initially organized in Pakistan back in May 2014. Similar to Plan9, the DYS’s aim is to bring together digital innovators in Pakistan, with a primary focus on technology entrepreneurship, on-line work and “tech for social” innovation. Organized by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board (KPITB), the main aim of events held by the DYS is to bring together young people with innovative ideas and
The future of National Testing Service (NTS) in the country’s academia seems no more glimmering as the Higher Education Commission (HEC) has warned all its recognised universities not to approach the NTS for conduction of tests regarding their admissions and scholarships, Daily Times has learnt. According to the available information, the HEC has directed all its recognised universities and Degree Awarding Institutions (DAIs) functioning both in the public and private sectors that it would be mandatory for them to conduct tests for admissions in MPhil and PhD disciplines. The universities