Three militant commanders of Hizbul Ahrar, a splinter group of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), were killed in an ambush by a local Afghan tribal militia (lashkar) on Wednesday evening, the militant organisation’s spokesperson confirmed. The ambush took place in Khoga Khel Goshta area in the Afghan province of Nangarhar near the Pak-Afghan border.
SHABQADAR: For the first time, a sporting competition was held for girls in Mohmand on Tuesday which saw students from colleges and schools in the agency participate. The event was held at the Government Degree College for Women in Ekka Ghund. A large number of female students from the Ekka Ghund degree college, Ghallani Government Higher Secondary School and other girls high schools student participated in the event.
SHABQADAR: As part of the reforms process to extend judicial jurisdiction to the tribal areas, the Secretariat asked political agents in all seven tribal agencies to identify suitable places to build judicial complexes and other associated structures. The Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) Secretariat has asked the political agents to submit the suggested locations for the complexes, lockups, barrooms, police stations, and police lines with the tentative cost of the land required.
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