CHARSADDA: The students Bacha Khan University in Charsadda staged a protest outside the varsity building, demanding ‘fair’ compensation to the heirs of deceased persons who were killed in the terrorist attack.
Army Public School
PESHAWAR: Headmaster Naveed Gul walked past the armed guard at the gate into his office. As primary school pupils studied their morning lessons outside, he reached beneath his warm woolly sweater, and pulled out a gun.
By Azhar Khan The Pakistan Cricket Board never ceases to surprise national team fans and cricketing circles with its novel ideas. The board startlingly deemed Pakistan ODI team captain Azhar Ali the most relevant figure to unveil the ICC World T20 trophy in Peshawar today.
The memory of Army Public School (APS) attack was fresh on Pakistani celebrities' minds. Here are some tweets from prominent personalities within Pakistan, who paid rich tributes to those who had been martyred in the tragic incident.
PESHAWAR: The first anniversary of the Army Public School Peshawar attack is being observed in across the country today with all segments of the society paying rich tributes to the martyrs of the attack.
ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly on Wednesday unanimously passed a resolution paying tributes to the martyrs of the Army Public School attack that left at least 146 dead including 132 children.
Families of children killed or wounded in Pakistan's worst militant attack accuse the local government of breaking its promises of medical treatment and justice, a year after Taliban gunmen massacred 134 students in a Peshawar school.
PESHAWAR: Mubashir Subhan was in the school auditorium, surrounded by friends, when the Taliban gunmen came crashing in. The first bullet grazed the back of his head, the second passed through his shoulder, and the third struck his left hand.
PESHAWAR: Peshawar's parents are seeking retribution: not only from the Taliban gunmen who slaughtered their children one year ago, but from a state they say has not yet answered for the nightmare they are still living.