Federally Administered Tribal Areas, Pakistan Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Iconic 'Afghan girl' Sharbat Gula to come to India for treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 13 | The Indian Express

    Afghan girl: The then 12-year-old Sharbat Gula had became famous worldwide after her haunting closeup shot was published by photographer Steve McCurry at the Nasir Bagh refugee camp near Peshawar in 1984. Afghan woman Sharbat Gula, the iconic face of refugee struggle who was deported from Pakistan a few days ago, will travel to India soon for medical treatment.


  2. National Geographic's famous 'Afghan girl' to travel to IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 13 | The Times of India

    Days after a controversial departure from Pakistan, it emerged that National Geographic's famous "Afghan Girl" will be travelling to India. Afghanistan's ambassador to India, announced on Twitter: "The Iconic Afghan Sharbat Gula will soon be in India for medical treatment free of cost."


  3. Behavioral intervention reduces anxiety, depression among adults impaired by psychological distressRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | PhysOrg Weblog

    In a study published online by JAMA , Atif Rahman, Ph.D., of the University of Liverpool, England, and colleagues evaluated the effectiveness of a multicomponent behavioral intervention delivered in primary care centers in Peshawar, Pakistan by lay health workers to adults with psychological distress. The study is being released to coincide with its presentation at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies annual meeting.


  4. In Pakistan, it is hatred of an imposed order, part of the Islamisation of the stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 11 | The Indian Express

    Indian teacher Dr Mohammed Ayoob, professor emeritus of international relations, Michigan State University, recently wrote that neither violent jihadism nor sectarian conflict was responsible for the crisis of the Muslim state in the Middle East. He debunked the view that "doctrinal precepts of Islam" were sources of the current turbulence within Muslim societies today.


  5. Peshawar Police Launch New Effort To Fight CrimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 11 | Weekday Magazine

    A new police squad has been deployed in Pakistan's northwestern city of Peshawar, aiming to crack down on street crime and car theft. The unit has about 200 officers and 20 cars equipped with an Identity Verification System with instant access to police databases. (RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal)


  6. AHRC demands global probe of WANA business centre demolition by Pakistan ArmyRead the original story

    Friday Nov 11 | Newkerala.com

    It has called on the international community to put pressure on Pakistan to stop Operation Zarb-e-Azb and ensure that all counter-terrorism operations take place in a transparent manner. The AHRC also said that the Pakistan government must pay compensation for the demolition of a business center valued at over Pakistan Rupees 200 million, and also compensate for losses incurred by traders whose shops were destroyed purportedly on the orders of the army.


  7. Pakistan: Military men demolish business centre after traders refuse to supply arms to TalibanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 11 | Merinews

    The Asian Human Rights Commission has received information that in retaliation to locals refusing to supply arms to the international terrorist organisations Taliban and Al-Qaida, Army officers have blown up a two-storey business centre, which had more than 150 shops and four commercial halls. This incident occurred in Wana City, the headquarters of South Waziristan, located in Federally Administered Tribal Areas , where the Army claims to be conducting major operation against terrorists.


  8. Want to make return to Pakistan squad as a better player: Sohaib MaqsoodRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 10 | Newkerala.com

    Considered as a top batting prospect when he burst onto the international arena in 2013, Maqsood has struggled to establish a place in the Pakistan limited-overs side, despite scoring 956 runs in 46 matches he played for his country. "It's been good in patches and not that great at other times.


  9. Zap fishing with generators, say Pakistani fishermenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 10 | The Star Online

    A Pakistani fisherman stands in a boat as he uses a "hot-wire" to stun fish by electricity in the River Kabul, at Hajji Zai village in Pakistan. -AFP filepic HAJI ZAI, PAKISTAN: Abbas Khan feeds a hot wire from a rickety generator into a river, a fishing technique he argues is more environmentally friendly than others used in northwest Pakistan -- though he also admits it has killed several of his friends.


  10. National Geographic's 'Afghan Girl' returns homeRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 10 | GantDaily.com

    Sharbat Gula, the woman known as the "Afghan Girl" for her appearance on a 1984 National Geographic cover, is now living in Afghanistan once more after being deported on charges of illegally staying in Pakistan. Photographs released by the Afghan presidential office show Gula, in blue, and other family members standing and talking with the President.


  11. Sharbat Gula, Grown Up 'Afghan Girl,' Deported From PakistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 9 | News Max

    Sharbat Gula, the Afghan woman who became famous when she was featured on a 1985 cover of National Geographic magazine, has been deported from Pakistan after she was convicted of holding fake identification papers. Gula, 44, nicknamed the "Afghan Girl" when she appeared on the magazine at 12, was remembered for her captivating green eyes.


  12. Impossible for Pakistan to make counterfeit of new Rs 500 & Rs 2000 notes; here's why7 min agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 10 | India.com

    New Delhi, Nov 10: Two days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes and introduction of Rs 2000 notes, the Intelligence agencies came up with an observation that the security features in these new notes will make it impossible for Pakistan to replicate them. The agencies examined the new denominations of Rs 2,000 and Rs 500 notes and said they were very difficult to forge.


  13. CPEC in trouble: Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province to move Peshawar courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 7 | The Times of India

    The KP assembly will file a writ petition today in the Peshawar high court about the western route of the CPEC , The Express Tribune reported. "Our province has not been given its due share for CPEC western route.


  14. Militants' attack leaves 1 security man dead in PakistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2016 | Newsday

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  15. Pakistan Army chief signs death sentences for 9 militantsRead the original story

    Jul 11, 2016 | Newkerala.com

    NK World , Islamabad, Nov 7 : Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif on Monday approved death sentences of nine militants involved in heinous offences, the militarys media wing said. "Army Chief confirmed death sentences awarded to another nine hardcore terrorists, who were involved in heinous offences related to terrorism including, killing of innocent civilians, slaughtering of levies officials and attacking armed forces personnel," the Inter Services Public Relations statement said.


  16. Pakistan army chief Raheel Sharif endorses death sentence of 9 more militants6 min agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2014 | India.com

    Islamabad, Nov 7: Pakistan's powerful army chief General Raheel Sharif today confirmed the death sentence of nine more "hardcore terrorists" convicted by the military courts for involvement in various crimes including firing on a plane and cutting off hands of four police officials. The death sentences were handed down by the speedy trial courts set up in the aftermath of Peshawar school terror attack of December 16, 2014, which killed over 150 people, mostly school children, to expedite punishments against people convicted under terror charges.


  17. Pakistan Not to Deport Iconic National Geographic 'Afghan Girl'Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2016 | Chosun Ilbo

    Provincial authorities in Pakistan have decided "on humanitarian grounds" not to deport the green-eyed Afghan woman globally known as the "Afghan Girl" for her appearance on a 1985 National Geographic cover. The announcement Saturday came a day after a court in Peshawar, capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, found 46-year-old Shartbat Gula guilty of fraudulently obtaining Pakistani citizenship identity and ordered authorities to deport her on Monday.


  18. Pakistan province seeks to halt NatGeo Girl's deportation6 min agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2016 | India.com

    Peshawar, Nov 6 : Authorities in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province have temporarily halted the deportation of Sharbat Gula, National Geographic's iconic green-eyed 'Afghan Girl', for using fake ID cards to stay here and will request the federal government to grant her refugee status. Gula, who was immortalised after her haunting picture taken at a refugee camp in Pakistan in 1985 was carried by the magazine on its cover and became a symbol of her country's wars, was arrested on October 26 from her home here.


  19. Pakistan official wants to stop deportation of famed refugee...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2016 | WSOCTV

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  20. Despite court order, Pak won't deport Nat Geo girlRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2016 | The Times of India

    NEW DELHI: After requests for clemency from the man whose photograph made her famous and after former cricketer Imran Khan 's similar request, the famous National Geographic 'Afghan Girl' Sharbat Gula won't be deported from Pakistan, despite a court in Peshawar ordering it, a government official told Dawn. The decision to not deport Gula, who is now around 43 years old, was taken on humanitarian grounds and as a goodwill gesture towards Afghanistan , said the official Shaukat Yousafzai on Saturday, Dawn reported.