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In photos: Return of peace brings flocks of visitors to Peshawar restaurants

In photos: Return of peace brings flocks of visitors to Peshawar restaurants

Peace and stability have bolstered the restaurant business in Peshawar.


International cricket continues return to Pakistan amid improved security

International cricket continues return to Pakistan amid improved security

The Sri Lankan team arrived Karachi on September 24 ahead of three One-Day Internationals scheduled for September 27 and 29 and October 2.


Pakistani troops, rescuers work to reach survivors of deadly earthquake

Pakistani troops, rescuers work to reach survivors of deadly earthquake

The 5.2 magnitude quake has killed at least 37 people and severely damaged roads and other infrastructure.


Rescue 1122 inaugurates 1st station in former FATA

Rescue 1122 inaugurates 1st station in former FATA

The KP government has approved 20 future stations in the newly merged districts.


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa memorialises political leaders killed by terrorists

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa memorialises political leaders killed by terrorists

New and upgraded hospitals are being named after political leaders who were killed by militants to commemorate their sacrifices as well as to improve patient care.


In photos: Independence Day celebrations

In photos: Independence Day celebrations

Citizens marked the day with nationwide celebrations, thankful of the gains the country's security forces have made against militants in recent years.


Counter-terrorism authorities to monitor animal hide sales during Eid ul Adha

Counter-terrorism authorities to monitor animal hide sales during Eid ul Adha

The hides of sacrificial animals have been a major source of funding for terror groups, which falsely claim the money supports the upbringing of orphans and health care for the poor.


Kurram's 1st-ever music academy brings joy to tribal residents

Kurram's 1st-ever music academy brings joy to tribal residents

The establishment of the music academy would have been impossible under militant rule, say students.


In photos: Khewra Salt Mine draws throngs of tourists

In photos: Khewra Salt Mine draws throngs of tourists

About 270,000 tourists visit the mine each year.


Sahiban Trust's free marriages help heal wounds from decade of terrorism

Sahiban Trust's free marriages help heal wounds from decade of terrorism

The welfare organisation arranges collective weddings, feasts and dowries at no cost to families in need in Kurram District.


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