Wasim Sajjad ‘You cannot trust the weather and Kurram’s situation.’ This local idiom describes the volatility of the Kurram district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa where those who...
The repatriation or displaced persons of Tirah valley in Tarkhukas, Bar Kambarkhel has started after 13 years.
Merged tribal districts experienced huge trouble since the beginning of Afghan war due to law and order issues and terrorism.
After a wait of nine years, the repatriation of displaced persons of Tirah-Rajgal from Kokikhel tribe in Khyber district has kicked off.
The district administration of Khyber Wednesday distributed compensation cheques worth Rs61.84 million among 277 owners of damaged houses.
The people of merged tribal districts, who were hit hard by the wave of terrorism, are still complaining about lack of basic facilities.
The people of Kurram have demanded rehabilitation of those who were affected due to military operations and sectarian clashes.
The World Bank has provided $12 million additional grant for erstwhile Fata’s temporarily displaced persons’ early recovery project in KP.
The committee was told that arrangements have been finalised for repatriation of displaced people of Waziristan who migrated to Afghanistan.
The elders of Malikdinkhel tribe of Khyber tribal district on Thursday expressed full confidence in the ongoing survey of damaged houses.
The TDPs of North Waziristan tribal district continued their protest in favour of their demands for third consecutive day on Saturday.
The members of Mehsud tribe of South Waziristan tribal district have announced to re-launch Yao Maseed sit-in from January 27.