Cheegha 2, Azghana Karkha

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • May 23, 2016

Azghana Karkha is a call to all Pukhtuns, especially tribal to unite under the banner of Cheegha against tyranny of terrorists and their friends and supporters.

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Cheegha 2, Azghana Karkha

Waziristan IDPs- Lessons learnt

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • May 20, 2016

Sufi Mohammad (TNSM) was created by the government to dilute power of Pakistan Peoples Party in Dir, Mangal Bagh was created by Political administration to dilute the powers of Barra Committee, Taliban were created to bring peace in Afghanistan. Each one of them turned their guns against the government at some point in time, what’s so different about LeJ, LeT, JuD and others?

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Understanding Waziristan’s Agony

By admin • May 13, 2016

A new book captures the pain civilians have endured in Pakistan’s Waziristan tribal region, where thousands have been killed and millions displaced in a convoluted conflict that saw thee region’s tribal society decimated by radical Islamists and security forces.

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Dum- Drum beaters mystery

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • May 6, 2016

The Dum is not just a person, he is an institution and that is why he deserves a special mention and a need to be known better. Second only to Mashar, is the role of Dum. He is a caretaker, a barber and a cook inside the house, a messenger and an ambassador in his own right; an announcer of the first response and a social mobilizer outside the house.

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Zama Ghowa. The first ever Pashto nursery rhyme.

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • April 21, 2016

Zama Ghowa is the first ever nursery rhyme in Pashtu language. It is the first in the series of Pashtu rhymes for school children by Mr Ghulam Qadir Daur-a writer, intellectual and language activist.

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Zama Ghowa. The first ever Pashto nursery rhyme.

Peace or Yaghistan

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • January 6, 2016

Whether made a separate province or merged with KPK, the fate of FATA should be decided at the earliest.
A great scene was witnessed on 16 Nov.2016. People from Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) gathered in D chowk Islamabad for their rights. Tribesmen are in lime light since the very inception of this country but for the first time ever, they wanted something for themselves. They demanded mainstreaming FATA..

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Free eye camp in Nagoman by Ranra Eye Foundation

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • October 25, 2013

Ranra Eye Foundation is dedicated to the elimination of avoidable blindness.

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Compensation to Civilian Victims of Terrorism

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • October 19, 2011

Terrorism is fait accompli, it seems we can’t do much about it but we can mitigate the sufferings of the victims.

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Compensation to Civilian Victims of Terrorism

By admin • March 27, 2017

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Mainstreaming FATA

Mainstreaming FATA

By Fayyaz Ali Khan • October 23, 2013

Dragging feet, to mainstream FATA, exposes the lack of wisdom of our political leaders and the colonial mindset of the Pakistani bureaucracy.

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By admin • September 3, 2011

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A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. We have taken the step, now it’s for the tribals …

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Society for Protection of Rights of Tribes (SPORT)

Vision:
Society based on equal rights
Mission:
To protect the rights of the tribes and beyond
To raise awareness of the tribes and empower them to recognize and …

Waziristan IDPs- Lessons learnt

Sufi Mohammad (TNSM) was created by the government to dilute power of Pakistan Peoples Party in Dir, Mangal Bagh was created by Political administration to dilute the powers of Barra Committee, Taliban were created to bring peace in Afghanistan. Each one of them turned their guns against the government at some point in time, what’s so different about LeJ, LeT, JuD and others?

Position of weakness

As political leaders in Islamabad celebrate a consensus decision to speak to the Taliban and give peace a chance, the people who have suffered at the hands of militancy in parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA are wary.

Polio and the PTI

Polio and the PTI

Polio has become an epidemic in Pakistan. We have failed to control the virus and are notoriously now as the hub of breeding and …