No liberty without equality

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • April 21, 2018

Never had so much tears been shed in a rally like the tears shed that day. Families of missing persons joined the rally hoping that Manzoor Pashteen will somehow recover their lost siblings. It was amazing to see so much hope in those sleepless eyes.

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De GULLUNO NANDARA (Festival of Flowers)

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • April 18, 2018

Till militancy ruined the beautiful Tochi valley, there were flowers all around in spring, in the fields, in the hills and the valleys beyond the hills. This was the time for the festival of flowers, De Gulluno Nandara.

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Mazar-i-Miramshah

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • March 31, 2018

What are the tribal people returning home to?
Visiting Miramshah was like visiting a graveyard. It was remodelled, clean and spacious, but without hope and happiness — like a grand mausoleum teeming with long-suffering humanity. On my way back I wondered if it should be renamed Mazar-i-Miramshah.

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Towards reforms

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • January 18, 2018

Why is there now such urgency to mainstream Fata?
The tribes have lived under the FCR since the British Raj, so it is surprising that they are now anxiously campaigning for reforms. People ask why they can’t live with it for a while longer.

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Delaying Fata reforms

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • December 25, 2017

When are we going to reach such a broad-based consensus again?

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Understanding Waziristan’s Agony

By admin • May 13, 2016

A new book captures the pain civilians have endured in Pakistan’s Waziristan tribal region, where thousands have been killed and millions displaced in a convoluted conflict that saw thee region’s tribal society decimated by radical Islamists and security forces.

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Peace or Yaghistan

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • January 6, 2016

Whether made a separate province or merged with KPK, the fate of FATA should be decided at the earliest.
A great scene was witnessed on 16 Nov.2016. People from Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) gathered in D chowk Islamabad for their rights. Tribesmen are in lime light since the very inception of this country but for the first time ever, they wanted something for themselves. They demanded mainstreaming FATA..

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Compensation to Civilian Victims of Terrorism

By Ghulam Qadir Khan Daur • October 19, 2011

Terrorism is fait accompli, it seems we can’t do much about it but we can mitigate the sufferings of the victims.

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Compensation to Civilian Victims of Terrorism

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By Fayyaz Ali Khan • October 23, 2013

Dragging feet, to mainstream FATA, exposes the lack of wisdom of our political leaders and the colonial mindset of the Pakistani bureaucracy.

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By admin • September 3, 2011

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Society for Protection of Rights of Tribes (SPORT)

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Society based on equal rights

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To protect the rights of the tribes and beyond

To raise awareness of the tribes and empower them to recognize and …

No liberty without equality

Never had so much tears been shed in a rally like the tears shed that day. Families of missing persons joined the rally hoping that Manzoor Pashteen will somehow recover their lost siblings. It was amazing to see so much hope in those sleepless eyes.

De GULLUNO NANDARA (Festival of Flowers)

Till militancy ruined the beautiful Tochi valley, there were flowers all around in spring, in the fields, in the hills and the valleys beyond the hills. This was the time for the festival of flowers, De Gulluno Nandara.

Polio and the PTI

Polio and the PTI

Polio has become an epidemic in Pakistan. We have failed to control the virus and are notoriously now as the hub of breeding and …