Arsalan

Pak Army’s officer killed in cross border firing from Afghanistan

Lieutenant Arsalan from 135 L/C ex 29 Sindh Regiment was deployed as the officer commanding at the border post in Rajgal valley and was the only brother of three sisters.
PEACE CUP 2017

North Waziristan hosts Peace Cup 2017 cricket match; PAK XI vs UK Media XI

In collaboration with PCB and Peshawar Zalmi, Pakistan army held the match at Miranshah on special instructions of COAS Gen Javed Qamar Bajwa who dubbed it as a gift Fata.
Bajaur Blast

Roadside bomb blast kills 5 officials in Bajaur Agency

Mamond's Tehsildar Fawad Ali and four Levies officials including 'Mutabar, Biradar, Jan Muhammad and driver Yousaf have been killed.
Drone

US drone strike kills three militants in Kurram Agency

The strike hit a compound with two missiles in the Ghuzgori village of Kurram Agency. Sources said that the target was Mulvi Mohib's home where three militants were killed.
FATA YOUTH

Alarming; Youth are prone to drugs in tribal areas

Drug-dealers in Fata, in large number are dealing for differing kinds of drugs and they smuggle it to many other cities of Pakistan and neighbour countries.
Disable Persons in FATA

Government is slothful towards helpless disable persons in Fata

Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Area is home to thousands of disable persons and its ratio is 15% in the terrorism hit tribal region as compare to 10% internationally.
EDUCATION

Fata’s first ever ‘engineering college’ to open soon in Kurram Agency

The engineering college at Sadda, Kurram Agency will be accepting admissions during the current month. A medical college will be established in next six months.
Committee Meeting

Govt. again promises speedy steps to mainstream Fata

PM directed the Minister for Law and Justice to fast track legislative and administrative measures for the mainstreaming of FATA and giving its people fundamental rights.
Ahmad Ali's Wife

No Access to Justice; Prisoners face pathetic conditions in Fata

Conditions of Prisoners in Fata are worsening. They are provided with substandard foods, no clean drinking water and no easy access to toilets and washrooms.
AIDS in FATA

Fata more vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, increasing number of patients alarming

After 13 years, when the Fata AIDS Control Programme was launched in 2003, no single patient could be examined in Fata based laboratories due to lack of facilities, medicine and proper awareness.
Ijaz Khan

Fata Reforms, Confusion and indecisiveness

Rewaj Regulations could have become acceptable as a bad part of a whole package, which contained a phased merger with KP and extension of Peshawar High Court and Supreme Court jurisdiction.
AZIZA

The unfortunate Fata

Political administration’s officials are involved in massive corruption, but immune from any audit or accountability. Women folk are degraded and voiceless, and often subject of honor killing.