Muhammad Sajjad Haider

Leishmaniasis: A skin disease with no vaccine is on the rise in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Doctors have called upon the public to keep their environment clean

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Man arrested on charges of murdering cousin in Peshawar

His teenage cousin was found dead on January 21

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Private schools in KP have been ordered to reduce their fees by 20%

The private schools regulatory authority will take action against schools that don’t comply

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Five people injured in Peshawar gas explosion

The injured have been shifted to a hospital

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APS commission summons former Peshawar corps commander, other senior officers to record statements

The SC has fixed the next hearing of the APS suo motu case on January 14

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Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurates homeless shelter in Peshawar

The 105-bed shelter has separate facilities for men and women

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Formalising the informal: Government to gift land to people in Peshawar’s Changrabad

Govt allocated Rs112m to build a boundary wall around the colony

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DI Khan man arrested for threatening wife on social media

He started sending threats after their separation

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NAB summons Imran Khan on Aug 7 for excessive use of state helicopters

According to NAB, Imran Khan has stated in his official documents that he used the helicopters for 74 hours while in reality he used them for 166 hours

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PTI’s Shah Farman loses PK-70 after vote recount

ANP candidate Khush Dil Khan won with a margin of 187 votes

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Peshawar High Court suspends five judges for violating the code of conduct

The Peshawar High Court suspended three civil and two additional and sessions judges on Friday for violating the judicial code of conduct. The court has also ordered an inquiry into the matter. The judges have been identified as Naeem Iqbal, Aurangzeb Khan, Jauhar Aijaz Ali, Shakeelur Rehman and Salma Irfan. According to a notification issued…

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Arbab and Asma Alamgir may be the PPP’s richest couple

After disclosing their assets as part of the electoral process, former MNA Arbab Alamgir and his wife Asma Alamgir might be the PPP’s richest couple. Arbab has assets worth over Rs3 billion with three cars and four bank accounts to his name. His wife is even wealthier, with assets worth Rs4.035 billion. Asma and Arbab…

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Sikh community leader Charanjeet Singh’s killer caught in Peshawar

The killer of Sikh community leader Charanjeet Singh was arrested by the police in Peshawar on Thursday. The suspect, identified as Sheharyar, also confessed to the crime. Singh was shot dead on May 29 at his grocery store near Scheme Chowk on Kohat Road. The suspect was also nabbed on Kohat Road. Investigations are under…

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Pakistan’s 13 transgender candidates face threats of violence

For the first time in Pakistan’s history, 13 transgender persons are running for the elections but their journey to the polls is not an easy one. Speaking at a press conference to launch their election manifesto, transgender candidate Nayab Ali said that PTI and PML-N candidates are threatening her. Nayab is contesting from NA-142 Okara. She…

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PTM calls off Razmak rally after talks with govt backed Jirga

The Pakhtun Tahasffuz Movement has called off its rally in Razmak after talks with the government backed Jirga. Mohsin Dawar, a PTM leader, tweeted that they have agreed to postpone Razmak Jalsa with the condition that group’s arrested workers would be released. Talks with Jirga representing the State held today. Details were shared in a…

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CJ visits Peshawar Central Jail’s mental hospital, gets angry at poor conditions

These patients are humans, not animals, said the chief justice angrily during his visit to Peshawar Central Jail’s mental hospital, on Wednesday.  “Are these the facilities that are given to patients. Look at the bathrooms. Is this how you keep these patients?” said an angry Justice Saqib Nisar to the MS of the hospital. The…

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