Girls Performing Belly Dance in Shaheed Benazir University Peshawar. Peshawar Women University arranged Talent Expo for female students. Where girls showed their different talents on stage. But this was the first time when a girl in Peshawar is performing Belly dance on stage in any educational institue. The viewers enjoyed this event and appreciate the girl on such a beautiful performance. This can also be seen with a different angle as there is a war against terrorism in the province. Recently there was an attack on Agriculture University. But doing belly dance in Peshawar Woman University was a message to the terrorists that there is no fear in the people of KPK and they know how to enjoy their live. This was a broad message to the fundadmentalists not to empose their backward theories on the modern age people of KPK.
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won the 1st position at the movie competition held at gandhara university peshawar and 1st position at khyber girls medical college 12' ... cast includes sangeen, adnan and faisal , directed and produced by umair wadood. For updates, please visit : http://www.facebook.com/umairwadoodphotography
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This video is the attack on agriculture hostel university road Peshawar near KTH girls hostel.
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24 Report: Girl who eloped killed by father in Peshawar
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PESHAWAR, Aug 22: A journalist was injured when unidentified persons attacked the team of a private TV channel here on Monday afternoon, police said. They said that unidentified persons attacked and manhandled the AVT Khyber News team and critically injured its Bureau Chief Hazrat Khan Mohmand. The team comprising AVT Khyber controller news Syed Waqas Shah, bureau chief Hazrat Khan Mohmand, resident editor of Daily Khyber Nisar Khan and manager technical Gulsher was attacked near Nishar Hall by three armed persons, riding a motorcycle, when they were coming back after enquiring after the health of Education Minister Sardar Hussain Babak at Lady Reading Hospital. The accused first manhandled the newsmen and later opened fire at them. They hit Hazrat Khan with stones and bricks. He was immediately rushed to Lady Reading Hospital for treatment. The doctors at the hospital said the condition of the injured journalist was stable and he was out of danger. The office bearers of various unions of journalists condemned the attack and said they would never cow down to such cowardly tactics. The Khyber Union of Journalist (KhJU) has announced to hold a protest demonstration to condemn the attack. — APP
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This Drama script is written by Kinza shakeel MBBS student in khyber medical college, which is performed by waqas jan,zaraq khan,Muhammad ilyas,shakir marwat, maaz khayal, imran shad and sabawoon hayat who played the role of martyred mother. Director: Waqas jan stage desighner: Danish Akhtar khattak, mehwish hidayat and fukiha rabbi Incharge Dramartics club: Arshad Gandapur also contributed in script . this Drama is performed in Drama day 2016 in KMC auditorium. hope u will enjoy it.
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CHARSADDA, PAKISTAN — At least 20 people have been killed after four gunmen wearing suicide vests attacked Bacha Khan University in northwest Pakistan Monday morning. The gunmen entered the school through the back gate amid thick fog at about 9:30 a.m. local time and opened fire in classrooms and accommodation blocks indiscriminately, reported The Guardian. At around midday local time, Shaukat Ali Yousafzai, the Khyber Paktunkhwa health minister, told The Guardian that 20 people were confirmed dead while at least 60 were injured. He also warned that the death toll will rise. According to The Guardian, Chemistry professor Dr. Syed Hamid Hussain died trying to fight the attackers. He reportedly had a pistol in hand and told students to stay inside the building. The Army spokesman on the ground, Asim Bajwa, said on Twitter that two of the terrorists were killed by army troops, while the other were shot dead by snipers on the roof. Omar Mansoor, a commander of Pakistani militant group Tehreek-e-Taliban, claimed responsibility of the attack in a Facebook post, reported The Guardian. However, Mohammad Khurasani, the main spokesman for the Pakistan Taliban, denied the claim and called it "un-Islamic", according to the Express Tribune. The attack comes just a year after the attack at the Army Public School and Degree College in Peshawar that killed 145 people, including 132 children. Today is also the 28th anniversary of the death of Pashtun independence and peace activist Abdul Ghaffar Khan, whom, the university was named after. ------------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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The Khyber Teaching Hospital, Hayatabad Medical Complex and Lady Reading Hospital are treating most of the victims, while Tehkal, Pishtakhara, Warsak Road and Deh Bahadar are the most affected areas,
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Peshawar University: Police attacked brutally a peaceful demonstration organised by student's unions in Peshawar University. The students were protesting against corruption in uni-administration and rise in uni-fee.
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Pakistan is renaming dozens of government-run schools after the students killed by Taliban militants in a massacre at an army-run academy in the northwestern city of Peshawar in December, an official said Friday. The school attack by six gunmen believed linked to the Pakistani Taliban killed 153 people, with most of the victims students, is seen as having hardened Pakistan's resolve to fight jihadist militants along its lawless border with Afghanistan. The local education minister said a total of 107 schools in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region will bear the name of the slain Peshawar students. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/JWBpv6epwMY/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
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(11 Oct 2012) SHOTLIST POOL Peshawar ++4:3++ 1. Various of army personnel arriving at Combined Military Hospital in Peshawar 2. Ambulance carrying, girl Malala Yousufzai towards helipad 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Colonel Junaid Khan, Military doctor: "We are also satisfied very much during the post-operative phase also, but since our colleagues, as I have already told you - who are critical care specialist suggested that if we shift this patient to critical care unit in Paediatric Unit which is there (in Rawalpindi), very well equipped at the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology ,that may help her much further." 4. Cutaway of hospital sign board, (English) "Combined Military Hospital" 5. SOUNDBITE (Urdu/English) Colonel Junaid Khan, Military doctor: "For the time being we have paralyzed her and she is on ventilator support completely. Post-operatively her pupil which became blown neurologically, and her neurological position is significantly improved." 6. Army personnel outside hospital 7. Helicopter carrying injured Malala flying away AP TELEVISION Karachi ++16:9++ 8. Various of Karachi university students chanting (Urdu) "Malala is alive after being shot" 9. Close of placard, reading (Urdu) "Every Pakistani girl is a Malala" 10. Close of student chanting (Urdu) "Malala is alive" 11. Various of students marching and chanting, (Urdu) "Malala is alive" 12. SOUNDBITE (Urdu) Hira Anees, Student: "We strongly condemn this act of terrorism and the terrorist who attacked Malala. We give assurances to Malala that we are with her as much as possible. Girls should come forward and work with men shoulder by shoulder. When women work then Pakistan will progress." 13. Close of placard, reading (Urdu) "In which Islam (is) education is banned for women?" 14. Various of students in protest STORYLINE A young Pakistani girl who was shot by the Taliban has been transferred to the city of Rawalpindi for further medical treatment, a military doctor said on Thursday. Colonel Junaid Khan said 14-year-old Malala Yousufzai was transferred to the Paediatrics Unit of Rawalpindi hospital to continue her treatment. Khan said Malala was stable but was being kept unconscious in order not to aggravate her condition. Earlier in the day, the doctor who operated on her said she was showing signs of improvement, but cautioned that her injuries were serious. Malala was shot by a Taliban gunman on Tuesday in the town of Mingora in the volatile Swat Valley, after daring to advocate education for girls and criticise the militant group. The shooting horrified Pakistanis across the religious, political and ethnic spectrum. Many in the country hoped the attack and the outrage it has sparked will be a turning point in Pakistan's long-running battle against the Taliban, which still enjoys considerable public support for fighting US forces in neighbouring Afghanistan. On Thursday, female students of Karachi university staged a rally to voice their disgust with the attack, and express their admiration for a girl who spoke out against the Taliban when few dared. "We give assurances to Malala that we are with her as much as possible. Girls should come forward and work with men shoulder by shoulder. When women work then Pakistan will progress," said Hira Anees, a students. Malala was attacked when a Taliban gunman walked up to a bus taking children home from school and shot her in the head and neck. Another girl on the bus was also wounded. Malala is admired across Pakistan for exposing the Taliban's atrocities and advocating girls' education in the face of religious extremism. At the age of 11, she began writing a blog under a pseudonym for the BBC about life under the Taliban in the Swat Valley. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e1690e11b273b921751a1e897115f13a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Terrorism in Pakistan,Bomb blasts,Suicide attacks Militants from the Pakistani Taliban have attacked an army-run school in Peshawar, killing 141 people, 132 of them children, the military say. Officials say the attack in the north-western city is over, with all the attackers killed. Seven militants took part in all, according to the army. Scores of survivors are being treated in hospitals as frantic parents search for news of their children. The attack - the Taliban's deadliest in Pakistan - has been widely condemned. This brutal attack may well be a watershed for a country long accused by the world of treating terrorists as strategic assets. Pakistan's policy-makers struggling to come to grips with various shades of militants have often cited a "lack of consensus" and "large pockets of sympathy" for religious militants as a major stumbling-block. That is probably why, when army chief Gen Raheel Sharif launched what he called an indiscriminate operation earlier in the year against militant groups in Pakistan's lawless tribal belt, the political response was lukewarm at best. We will get them, was his message, be they Pakistani Taliban, Punjabi Taliban, al-Qaeda and affiliates, or most importantly, the dreaded Haqqani network. But the country's political leadership chose to remain largely silent. This is very likely to change now.
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A remote controlled bomb exploded near a police checkpoint on the outskirts of Peshawar City. Media report one policeman has been injured. The bombing came only a day after a suicide bomber blew himself in Islamabad. Militants have killed hundreds of people in bombings since a security offensive was launched by the government two months ago. The violence comes after United States President Barack Obama announced a dramatic escalation in the war in Afghanistan. Pakistani officials fear this move could push more militants across its borders.
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A deadly blast in northwest Pakistan has sparked anger among residents. The flood-ravaged country has been facing a series of militant attacks this week. A bomb planted under a cart went off in a market on the outskirts of Peshawar on Monday, killing three people and wounding six. Three children were among the injured. [Nazar Mohammad, Eyewitness]: "When I left my house, I saw three people with a local official. Suddenly there was an explosion. I was there at the time. My foot was injured and it is very painful. After (the explosion) shooting began." Some residents are furious. [Saeed Mohammad, Resident]: "The floods were a calamity from Allah, but these bomb blasts are calamities brought by humans. There is a law to deal with them, is there not? This is happening despite so much security. Why?" Authorities are investigating the incident. It was the third terrorist attack in a day in the flood-ravaged country. Since the floods struck, the Taliban had not staged any major attacks, but on Monday a suicide bomber killed a pro-government cleric and 21 others in a mosque in South Waziristan. Hours before the mosque attack, a bomb blast at a meeting of tribal elders killed seven people in the Kurram tribal region near Afghanistan.
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Peshawar University Fight Between Police And Students Must Be Investigated. The Word Is That University Was Overtaken By Afghan Nationals who were involved in anti-Pakistan activities.
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Land Grabbers grabbing graveyards, parks and other public land in Peshawar. The Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhawa is failed to control the land grabbers.
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YOUR DESCRIPTION HAS REACHED THE LIMIT OF CHARACTERS ALLOWED AND WAS CUT. ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- "'God is great,'" the Taliban militants exclaimed, as they roared through the hallways of a Peshawar, Pakistan, school. Then, 14-year-old student Ahmed Faraz recalled, one of them changed the narrative. " 'A lot of the children are under the benches,' " a Pakistani Taliban member said, according to Ahmed. " 'Kill them.' " By the time the hours-long siege at Army Public School and Degree College ended early Tuesday evening, at least 141 people -- 132 children plus nine staffers -- were dead, military spokesman Gen. Asim Bajwa said. More than 100 were injured, many suffering gunshot wounds, according to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Information Minister Mushtaq Ghani. The death toll does not include the attackers who Pakistani Taliban spokesman Mohammed Khurrassani said scaled the school's walls around 10 a.m. (midnight ET), intent on killing older students there. These Taliban had "300 to 400 people ... under their custody" at one point, said Khurrassani, whose group is called Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan. They were eventually met by Pakistani troops who pushed through the complex building by building, room by room. By 4 p.m., they'd confined the attackers to four buildings. A few hours later, all the militants -- seven of them, according to Bajwa -- were dead. Still, the ordeal isn't over. Pakistani authorities spent Tuesday night inside the school in Peshawar, a city about 120 kilometers (75 miles) from the country's capital, Islamabad, looking for survivors, victims and improvised explosive devices planted to worsen the carnage. The story continues on other fronts as well, such as the military's continued offensive against militants in northwest Pakistan and in Peshawar hospitals where many young people are fighting for their lives. In a tweet, Bajwa called the attack a "ghastly act of cowardice in killing innocents" that, in his view, proves that the Taliban are "not only enemies of (Pakistan) but enemies of humanity." "They have hit at the heart of the nation," the military spokesman said. "But ... they can't in any way diminish the will of this great nation." Minister: Most of the dead were 12 to 16 years old On a typical day, the Army Public School and Degree College is home to about 1,100 students and staff, most of them sons and daughters of army personnel from around Peshawar though others attend as well. The boys and girls attend classes in different buildings on the compound. They were in the middle of their school day when a car exploded behind the school. "The security got their attention diverted (and) somehow they managed (to get) inside," Pakistani education minister Muhammad Baligh Ur Rehman told CNN. Students said gunmen proceeded to walk through where students in grades 8, 9 and 10 have classes and fired out randomly, said Dr. Aamir Bilal of Peshawar's Lady Reading Hospital. Seventh-grader Mohammad Bilal said he was sitting outside his classroom taking a math test when the gunfire erupted. He fell into bushes before running to the school's gates to safety. Ahmed, the 14-year-old student, remembered being in the school's auditorium when four or five people burst in through a back door "and started rapidly firing." After getting shot in his left shoulder, the ninth-grader lay under a bench. "My shoulder was peeking out of the bench, and somebody was following," Ahmed recalled. "They went into another room, (and when) I ran to the exit, I fell." Bajwa told reporters that Pakistani security forces reached the school 15 minutes after the attack began. They found, he said, "the children ... drenched in blood, with their bodies on top of
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