Asma Ikhlaq says that the taboo that Pakhtun women shouldn't express themselves through poetry should be broken
Asfandyar Khan Khattak believes performing arts is a way to combat extremism and violence
An official at Fata Secretariat said that no artist had submitted application for financial assistance
'The gossip of Mirawas – facts in a light vein' contains satiric poems and parodies of famous Pashto and Urdu songs
The rise in prose books showed a collective wisdom and a social awareness among people, especially young Pakhtuns.
Ghunzakhe is made from a mix of natural ingredients and was sent as a gift to strengthen relations with in-laws
The museum hasn't got funds and administrative staff to make it fully functional
The live theatre in the early 20th century had produced a large number of legendary Bollywood film actors and performers
Peshawar's Saddar houses about 70 tailoring centres that employ as many as 14,500 young men
Tribesmen say the recipe for Kurmawaale Ruje is simple and residents of settled areas have learnt it
Shaukat Paniyal claims to have invented new musical tool Naulophone
The folk singer Rashid Khan said he had selected Pashto poems reflecting the present situation of Pakhtuns.
A bio-portrait is a pencil sketch of a person inscribed with his or her full biography
Painda or Sohbuth has been introduced in Peshawar by IDPs from Waziristan and beyond
They demanded foolproof security and a degree of respect from the society.
Afghan musicians are losing their livelihood and audience as they pack up from Pakistan for fear of a crackdown
Cinema managers witnessed a downward spiral of 60 per cent in cine-goers turnout on this Eid
After a stroke, Ustad Aqal Meer lost his ability to speak and sing
"I pick up poetic pieces that pierce through heart and appeal to mind," says the singer
Pollywood released only three new Pashto movies compared to seven flicks last year on Eid-ul-Fitr