Dec 292017
KPK upset Punjab to win hockey gold

ISLAMABAD: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) earned title in hockey on the final day on Friday as Punjab scooped up overall trophy in the Second Quaid-i-Azam Inter-Provincial Games winning 74 gold medals in the process.KPK defeated Punjab on penalty shootout to win the hockey gold in presence of a good crowd. After goalless draw at scheduled time, both teams were given five penalty shoot-outs each with KPK winning the title beating Punjab 4-2.Punjab returned as overall champions of the Quaid-i-Azam Games. Punjab also won 46 silvers and 31 bronze to take their overall medal tally to 151.Balochistan stood second by winning 26 gold, 22 silver and 38 bronze medals to get aggregate medal tally to 86. KPK with 21 gold, 24 silver and 51 bronze medals earned third spot. Sindh finished fourth and Fata grabbed fifth position.Punjab also took away boxing honours winning four of the 10 gold at stake with Balochistan earning three gold medals. Sindh, KPK and Fata also picked up one gold each. Punjab earned gold medals through Mohammad Naeem (52kg), Shoaib Khan (56kg), Saeed Ali (81kg) and Aitzaz Khalid (91kg). Balochistan got gold through Mohibullah (60kg), Shafiullah (69kg) and Faisal Khan (75kg).Sheroz Kachi (Sindh, 49kg), Amir Masood (64kg, KPK) and Irfan Khan (Fata, 91kg) also captured gold medals in boxing.Islamabad’s Alia won the women’s badminton singles gold beating Punjab’s Kausar in the final. Aqsa and Kauser combined in to win the women’s doubles title. Punjab also claimed badminton women’s team gold beating Sindh in the decider.Punjab swept men’s [Read More…]

Aug 082017
Pakistan’s First Female Police Chief Breaking Cultural Taboos

PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN Rizwana Hameed made history a month ago when she became the first female head of a male police station in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, or KPK, where conservative cultural and religious traditions often discourage women from leaving home.Hameed has been a member of the provincial police force for the past 15 years and has participated in numerous crime investigations as well as daring raids against suspected criminal terrorist hideouts.But after becoming the first officer to supervise a male police station in a predominantly conservative male society, she is feeling the pressure.Tough job“It’s a very difficult job for me,” she said.But Hameed is enjoying the job and is determined to undo the impression women are a lesser creed.If men are asked to take on household responsibilities and babysitting, for the whole day I don’t think they can handle them. Whereas women can easily handle professional responsibilities outside the home also, she said.The police officer says women in the surrounding localities have been until now reluctant to enter the police station with their complaints and discuss them openly with male police officers.Peshawar is a closed society where women mostly confined to their homes. And even if they are subjected to domestic violence they endure it and avoid publicly talking about it,” she said. “But my presence here is now encouraging them to bring problems to the police station and their number is growing by the day. And when their problems are solved they take back a message of satisfaction to [Read More…]

Feb 062017
All Zalmi players ready to play PSL final in Lahore: Javed Afridi

DUBAI: Owner Peshawar Zalmi Javed Afridi on Monday revealed that his entire squad —including the international players — were ready to play Pakistan Super League 2017 final in Lahore if his team qualifies. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has already announced that it will stage the final of this year’s PSL in Qaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore. Speaking to the media in Dubai, he said, “I want to share a good news with media that all Peshawar Zalmi players are ready to come over to Pakistan.” He said that his province has been suffering since the last 30 years due to terrorism and extremism but now he has launched his team for the positive image of the KPK. Click for detailed story

Oct 112016
How to register Online FIR in KPK Police

How to Register Online FIR in KPK Police?KPK Police allows people to register Online FIR to get help from the. Now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa citizens can lodge their complaints to police online against any… For More Details, Please Visit: Click for detailed story

Jan 062016

PESHAWAR: A ceremony was held at Central Police Office on Wednesday to distribute monetary awards to officers of the counter-terrorism department (CTD), stated a handout issued by the CPO. The officers were rewarded in recognition of their efforts to arrest wanted militants with a bounty on their heads. CTD DIG Salahuddin Khan briefed the IGP about the performance of various officers.During the ceremony, Rs12.8 million was distributed among 14 officers who received the head money on behalf of their teams for successfully nabbing 20 notorious militants. The arrest of these proclaimed offenders led to tracing of 45 cases of terrorism successfully.K-P capital: Peshawar police arrest alleged militantsName droppingThe most prominent proclaimed offenders arrested include Gul Rauf and Qari Rashid who had bounties fixed of Rs2 million and Rs1 million respectively. Rauf was involved in five different attacks on security forces, police personnel and public places in Bannu.The most wanted militants, namely Atiqur Rehman and Hazrat Ali, who were involved in a brutal attack on police and civilians in Peshawar have also been arrested. Another hardened militant, Imdadullah alias Farooq Alam, involved in nine different cases of attacks on police, security forces and civilians in Mardan, was also tracked down and arrested.Police thwart target killing attempt in PeshawarOther militants who were arrested include Junaid, Abdur Rehman, Anwar, Mustaqim, Shah Behram, Noor Wali alias Noor Ali, Taj Malook alias Ali Hassan, Bakht Jamal and Naseem Shah. The government had announced Rs0.5 million each as head money for all nine offenders.CTD, Military Intelligence and [Read More…]

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