Pakistan's tradition of painting the roofs helps reducing fossil fuels consumption

Pakistan’s tradition of painting roofs helps reducing fossil fuels consumption

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Many people in remote villages in Pakistan are coating the roofs of their houses with white paint as a measure to keep them cooler.
Illegal hunting a greater threat to wildlife

‘Illegal hunting a greater threat to wildlife’

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High court declared the performance of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa wildlife department’s “extremely weak” to control Illegal wildlife hunting

Is Rambil Kebab a good option for weekend visit?

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Chapli Kebab being one of the few favourite dishes of Pashtuns is the speciality of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
FAO stresses need for access to nutritious food while preserving natural resources, biodiversity

FAO stresses need for access to nutritious food while preserving natural resources, biodiversity

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World Food Day 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Anwar Baig Baghi who authored 52 books

Meet the Primary Pass Man who authored 52 books

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“It is very important for people to be aware of their history,” Says Baghi “I've dedicated my life to books writing. Today if someone one knows Baghi that is because of these books."
meet the religous scholar who runs his own museum in Quetta

Preserving heritage: Meet the religious scholar who runs his own museum

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Abdul Hadi lamented that People of Balochistan are unaware of their culture while artefacts are vanishing away due to the lake of proper museums in Balochistan.
Death toll from Quetta mines collapse tragedy rises to 9

Death toll from Quetta mines collapse tragedy rises to 9

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DG PDMA Imran Zarkoon said that all the victims belong to the Maidan Wardag province of Afghanistan.
Tanda Dam, where tourist’s experience serenity of fascinating views and water gushing

Tanda Dam: An emerging tourist spot in Kohat

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Tanda Dam is situated in east of Kohat at the distance of 10 km, also known as View Park. The Dam was completed in 2017 with cost of Rs 68.4 billion, which irrigates 3200-acre land of Jarm, Shah-Pur and many other villages
Asad Ullah Haroon

13 Years of Torture: An ‘Innocent’ Afghan in Guantanamo Bay

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"I have always wanted Al Qaeda out of our country, so we can deliver peace for my daughter, and for the children of everyone else."
Buddha story, Peshawar museum launches APP for visitors

Peshawar Museum Launches App in Three Languages Having Buddha Story

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The app is developed to help visitors understand cultural and religious history which has been preserved in the museum..