The author is a civil servant presently serving in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Churchill came to Malakand and Chakdara but he was not deputed in the specific picket now known as Churchill picket
Draban and Gandi Umer Khan may seem like dusty small towns, but their long-dead chief built two mosques that still stand and pay tribute to a man...
In Golain valley, set in the Hindu Raj mountains of Chitral, where one is humbled by scree slopes and raging streams
Covering over 3,000 kilometres in five days, to experience the calm but uneasy peace of this isolated province
Witnessing tales of misadventure, death and desperation at the Lowari Pass
With the death of Farhad Aziz and Osama Ahmed Warraich in PIA Flight 661 crash, Chitral has lost two of its best heroes
Marked by breathtaking sights, a difficult terrain and harsh weather, the journey from Chitral to Ishkarwaz is an exciting story
A five-month stay at the troubled yet intriguing Wana which is still waiting to share its stories and colours with the world
The magnificence of the world’s highest polo ground inspires and frightens simultaneously
Getting to the border village of Shah Siddim and listening to the glorious tales of Badakhshan