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Daily Mail

Exploring the North West Frontier from 21000ft: RAF pilot's fascinating 1930s reconnaissance snaps of the Himalayas ...
Daily Mail
The album of 52 photos of the North West Frontier, now part of modern day Pakistan, includes images of the Khyber Pass and the Himalayas taken at 21,000ft alongside pictures of the Malakand Fort, the junction of the Idus and Kabul Rivers, and The ...


Daily Times

Some reflections on Pashtun nationalism from Afghanistan
Daily Times
Pakistan's territory up to district Attock belongs to Afghanistan. Pashtuns in Pakistan are slaves of the Punjabis and waiting to be released from the slavery by the Pashtun of .... It was only the British who out of strategic consideration carved out ...

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The Daily Star

From the labyrinth of memory
The Daily Star
After about three hours we went past the historic Attock fort and crossed the strategically located Attock bridge in the morning. By then we had left Punjab and entered the then North West Frontier Province (NWFP). Soon we were in Peshawar city and ...

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Times of India

Claiming global support Modi talks tough — via Attock — on terrorism
Times of India
At the peak of pre-partition Indian nationalism before the British conquest by division, Attock was the northwestern frontier of the Maratha Empire after they defeated the Durranis and hoisted the bhagwa jhanda (the Maratha's saffron flag) atop Attock ...

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Scroll.in

Tracing their roots: How Singapore became home to an influential Pakistani community
Scroll.in
Even before the creation of Pakistan in 1947, thousands of people had migrated from the provinces of Punjab and Northwest Frontier Province – since renamed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa – of British India to Malaya and Singapore in search of employment, with many ...


DAWN.com (blog)

How generations of Pakistanis settled in colonial Malaya and Singapore
DAWN.com (blog)
Even before the creation of Pakistan in 1947, thousands of individuals had migrated from the provinces of Punjab and North-West Frontier Province (NWFP) — since renamed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa — of British India to Malaya and Singapore in search of ...


Financial Times

Dancing in the hills: a journey to meet Pakistan's Kalash people
Financial Times
The beat got louder and more driven the closer we came to the ceremonial platform at the top of the hill. We were in the mountains of the North-West Frontier of Pakistan, less than 20 miles from the Afghan border. A little south-east was the ... At ...


Global Village space (blog)

Manzoor Pashteen's PTM: A 'Rights Movement' or a new 'Regional Agenda'?
Global Village space (blog)
For greater part of history, these areas, inhabited by Pashtuns or related tribes, at least up to Indus at Attock, have remained with undefined borders; kingdoms were identified with the cities they held. Afghan rulers of Kabul ... of the British ...

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The Tribune

National Archives launches its series with book on legendary Sikh commander
The Tribune
Born in Gujranwala, now in Pakistan, Hari Singh was the Commander-in-Chief at the most turbulent North West Frontier of Ranjit Singh's kingdom. ... Among his achievement include conquest of Kasur, Siakot, Attock, Multan, Kashur, Peshawar and Jamrud.

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