The United Nation Information Centre in partnership with the Tourism Corporation Khyber Pakhtunkhwa & Directorate of Culture opened a photo exhibition, “Pakistan Sustaining Development: “Human Stories through Photography” at Nishtar Hall, Peshawar. The exhibition looks at the lives of Pakistani people through the lens of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. It includes 102 photos from all over Pakistan, organized in 17 collections, according to the Sustainable Development Goals. Jointly organized by Agence France-Presse (AFP), the European Union and the United Nations with support from the Embassy of France in Pakistan

Jehan Sher, a WAPDA employee living in Dureshkhela Swat is a professional Photoshop designer who never went to design school or academy yet he can transform himself into various daily life characters. A part from designing he is spending lots of time on photography; as he belongs to the heaven on earth “Swat” most of his breath taking photos taken in Swat. I came across his profile and astonished with his talent and work which cover video editing and oil painting. Sharing some of the glimpses with you.    Oil

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa IT Board, Code for Pakistan, and the World Bank Group launched the third cycle of the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship Program today at Durshal Government Innovation Lab in Peshawar. Durshal Government Innovation Lab provides co-working space for young innovators to come together and propose innovative technology solutions to local governments & agencies for their governance & service delivery needs. It is a platform for launching the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship Program and aims to bring about the much needed technological revolution in the province. Durhsal provides a vital

The federal cabinet on Thursday approved the recommendations put forth by the Fata reforms committee, Radio Pakistan reported. The meeting was held in Islamabad with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the chair. Speaking at the meeting, Sharif stressed the need for focusing on underdeveloped areas with the aim to improve the living standards of people, Radio Pakistan reported. “Time has come that the tribal people will be brought into [the] mainstream to end their sense of deprivation,” the reported quoted him as saying. The premier also said the people of

If you are a woman living in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) and you are facing domestic violence, sexual harassment, child marriage or deprivation of inheritance rights then you can dial 091-9212026 to directly register your complaint at the K-P Assembly. The K-P Assembly has launched Zama Awaz [My Voice] helpline for women aimed at providing them a platform to take their issues directly to the legislature and to get help of the province’s’ most powerful forum. The helpline has been launched by the Women Parliamentary Caucus (WPC) in collaboration with Pak

Three Pakistani students from Sarhad University, Peshawar have designed a special tiny car which can cover 180km in 1 liter fuel. The car is highly efficient as it runs on cutting-edge electronic fuel injection system used in cars and motorcycles. Fuel injection is the introduction of fuel (diesel, petrol, gas etc) in internal combustion engine by the means of an injector. Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI), controlled by a microprocessor control unit, is more reliable, efficient and cost-effective as compared to the mechanical system. Download this video The car is small

The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government that is currently led by PTI has decided to initiate the the Peshawar Metro Bus Service project in April. The Metro service is expected to be completed by December of this year if it stays on schedule. The Director General of the Peshawar Development Authority, Manzoor Wattoo, announced in a press conference that the project will take around 10 months to complete. The construction of the Metro will be done in phases. The first phase of the construction includes the Chamkani-Balahisar track. The Cantt-Aman Chowk track

Islamabad High Court has banned Valentine’s Day celebration all across the country today. The court passed an order regarding this after hearing a petition calling for Valentine’s Day to be banned since it is not part of Muslim tradition. The court order states that any Valentine’s day related activities and festivities will not be allowed to be held in public places. The order also imposed a similar bar on official level as well. The media, both electronic and print, have been cautioned against giving any coverage to the ‘day of

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