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Sonia Shamroz appointed as first woman DPO in KP

PESHAWAR: Sonia Shamroz Khan Jadoon has been posted as District Police Officer (DPO) Lower Chitral, making her the first woman to serve in the position in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. She is the first female police officer to head the police

Bukhari breaks ground for first five-star hotel in Chitral

CHITRAL: National Tourism Coordination Board (NTCB) Chairman Zulfikar Abbas Bukhari performed ground-breaking of a five-star hotel in Chitral to ensure the provision of quality accommodation and dining facilities to visitors. Addressing the ground-breaking ceremony, he said the facility was being

Exploring Chitral

Chitral is the most peaceful region of Pakistan and also the largest district in the Malakand Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The main city is situated on the Chitral River also known as the Kunar River. The ancient history of Chitral

NDMA conducts rescue operation in Chitral after glacial outburst flood

ISLAMABAD: National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has concluded Glacial Lake Outburst Flood (GLOF) rescue operation in Chitral’s Golan Valley. According to a spokesman, seven people were transported to safer places with the help of army helicopters who have been stranded

Chitral residents booked for interfering in markhor hunting

PESHAWAR: A case has been registered against three people in Chitral after they fired aerial shots to make a markhor flee during a hunt. A US hunter had paid $150,000 for a permit to shoot the rare animal. He was

Three Chitral Scouts personnel martyred in road accident

MASTUJ: Three personnel of Chitral Scouts were killed as their double cabin fell into a   deep ravine near Mastuj Bridge in Chitral. According to Mastuj police station SHO, the double cabin carrying five Scouts personnel was its way to Mastuj

Chitral coach collision kills eight passengers, injures nine

A passenger coach fell into a ditch in Ragh Lasht area of Chitral today on Wednesday morning. According to sources, at least eight passengers were killed and nine were injured in the coach accident. The passengers were traveling from the

KP govt allocates Rs. 17 bn for Chitral-Shandur road

PESHAWAR: The Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has allocated on Monday around Rs17 billion for the construction of Chitral-Shandur road. The provincial government’s spokesperson has said on Monday that building of one-hundred and the fifty-kilometer-long road would help to promote tourism