The Qabailee Khor forum, a group of more than 25 tribal women, is advocating for women's participation in the political process.
The privately-owned carrier has been accused of transporting weapons and fighters to conflict zones throughout the region, experts say.
Militant groups and the criminally inclined are duping citizens into donating to fraudulent charities.
Observers hope that the re-opening leads the way to better relations between the neighbours.
His province-wide counter-terrorism strategy, introduced in early 2014, is widely acclaimed for driving down terrorism.
For many years the train was either completely unavailable or very limited due to the shadow of terrorism along the route. Now things are different.
The Pakistani capital has used a number of measures to stay free of terrorist attacks since April 2014.
The Zeinabiyoun Brigade is comprised of Pakistani Shias recruited by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to fight for its interests in Syria.
More children are being kidnapped and turned into suicide bombers because militant groups have sustained heavy losses, officials and analysts say.
The first census in 19 years will be the basis for political and funding adjustments and comes one year before parliamentary elections.
The Youth Anti Terrorism Organisation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is striving to fight extremism and radicalism through a community of 'Peace Ambassadors'.
Residents of Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan can call 1135, while residents of KP and FATA can call 1125 to help prevent terrorist attacks.
Operation Zarb-e-Azb has established durable peace in the area and now the government is focusing on improving education and the economy, observers say.
Under the new law, police will be more independent and free from political interference, authorities say.
Pakistani police, army and Rangers ensured the peaceful conclusion of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Lahore.
The nature of journalists' work puts them in extreme danger, something that Pakistani press clubs are working to prevent.
Hundreds of operations have already been launched since the beginning of the campaign on February 22 in response to wave of militant attacks.
The main challenges the ten Economic Co-operation Organisation (ECO) countries face are extremism, terrorism and drug trafficking, officials say.