The History of Suicide Attacks in Pakistan

November 10, 2007

Peshawar: With the latest suicide attack on a Federal Minister Ameer Muqam’s house in Hayatabad, Peshawar, the number of suicide attacks in Pakistan reached to 62 which killed 800 people.

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Swat, Pakistan: From Heaven to Hell at the hands of extremists

October 28, 2007

Once known as paradise on the earth (at least for Pakistanis) for its natural beauty, tourist spots, ancient heritage and peaceful people, Swat Valley has now become stronghold of the pro-Taliban militants who have destroyed nearly all music centers, net cafes, barber shops and other markets of the area

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Deadline for Whiskers

October 4, 2007

The group has set a deadline and its head said that if Mr Khan tried to flee the area, they will set his home ablaze.

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Nazia Iqbal, the Queen of Pashto Music

September 30, 2007

she has fan base stretching from the tribal belt of Pakistan to southern parts of Afghanistan. She singed several languages: Pashto, Urdu, Punjabi and Persian.

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An Introduction to Rehman Baba

September 29, 2007

Known as “harbinger of peace and love” and “the nightingale of Peshawar”, Rehman Baba (1632-1707) is a poet living in the heart of every Pashtoon.

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Thirteenth Century Poet (Pic)

September 29, 2007

Pashto poet

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