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    Akbarpura, or Akbarpūra, is a village, roughly 13 miles (21 km) northeast of the city of Peshawar, in Nowshera District of northern Pakistan. Akbarpura is named after the Mughal King Akbar the Great, who camped here before going to Afghanistan.

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    Risalpur is a city in Nowshera District, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, on the Nowshera-Mardan Road. It is nearly 45 km from Peshawar and 15 km from Mardan and is located at 34°4’52N 71°58’21E.[1] In a basin some 1014 feet above sea level, it is bounded on the south and west by the Kabul and Kalpani rivers, respectively. The famous Khyber Pass lies 90 kilometers to the north.

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    Khushal Khan Khattak Memorial Library

    Khushal Khan Khattak memorial library is located here. Many visitors come from other parts of the country to visit here. The younger generation participates in many sports with cricket being the most popular and played daily. Akora khattak also provides stronger performance of education.

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    Akora Khattak

    Akora Khattak is a city along the Grand Trunk Road, in the Nowshera District, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.

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    Manglot Wildlife Park, Nizampur

    Established on the hilltops and plains of Khwara Range near the Indus River in Nizampur area of Nowshera district, the Manglot Wildlife Park is providing a sanctuary to endangered wildlife species and serving as a scenic recreational resort for the tourists.

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    Kund Wildlife Park

    Kund Park established in 2000, is an animal theme park located in Nowshera, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The park is a conservation center and sanctuary for Asian black bears and Himalayan brown bears.

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    Ziarat Kaka Sahib

    Shrine of Syed Kastir Gul alias Kaka Sahib is situated in the Nowshera district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Kakakhels are a prominent Syed clan of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa. Roots Kaka Khels reach to Hazrat Ali bin Ismail bin Imame Jafer Sadiq.

Professor Dr Afzal Raza


Dr Raza, who has written 104 books, had received presidential awards for five times on his research work Seerat-i-Tayyaba He also received Tamgha-i-Imtiaz on his book What is Islam. He wrote books on history, Islam, politics and social issues. Dr Raza was an educationist and served as the principal of Post-Graduate College, Mardan. He had received his Masters degree in ... Read More »

Samandar Khan Samnandar


Janas Khan better known as Samandar Khan Sarnandar was born in village Badrashee, Tehsil Nowshera in January 1 901 – He turned toward Poetry at the tender age of 6 years when he started reciting his own “Tapas”. Initially, he was introduced to traditional Masjid School, later on he was admitted in government primary school at Nowshera Cantt. He received ... Read More »

Maulana Sami ul Haq


Maulana Sami ul Haq ( born December 18, 1937) is a radical Pakistani religious scholar and a politician. He is regarded as the “Father of the Taliban” and has close ties to Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar. Sami ul Haq is currently the chancellor of Darul Uloom Haqqania, a Deobandi Islamic seminary which is the alma mater of many prominent ... Read More »

Qazi Hussain Ahmad


Qazi Hussain Ahmad (January 1938 – 6 January 2013) was a prominent religious scholar, Islamic theologian, Islamic democracy advocate, and former Emir of Jamaat-e-Islami, the rightist and right-wing populist political party in Pakistan. He was a strong critic of the counter-terrorism policy of the United States, and was widely known for his opposition against United States’ participation in civil war ... Read More »

Sartaj Aziz


Sartaj Aziz ( 7 February 1929), is a Pakistani statesman, veteran Pakistan Movement activist, and the professor of economics at the Beaconhouse National University. He served as the 21st Treasure Minister during both first and second terms of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. His last government assignment was at the Foreign ministry as its minister until the removal of Sharif’s government ... Read More »

Ghulam Farooq Khan


Ghulam Faruque Khan (1899–1992) was a Pakistani economist, bureaucrat, politician and industrialist. Because of his contribution to Pakistan’s industrial development, he is sometimes described as “The Goliath who Industrialized Pakistan”, and was the founder and Chairman of Ghulam Faruque Group. Ghulam Faruque Khan Khattak was born on 7 October 1899 at Midnapore and was son of Khan Mir Aslam Khan ... Read More »

Nasrullah Khan Khattak


Nasrullah Khan Khattak was a Pakistani politician from the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. He was born in 1928 in the village of Manki, Nowshera District. He went to Aitchison College Lahore, which at the time was known as Chiefs College. He was the Chief Minister of the province from the May 3, 1973 to April 19, 1977.  He was also ... Read More »

Pervez Khattak


Pervez Khattak is a senior Pakistani politician, parliamentarian and the Central Secretary General of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf who is serving as the Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He also served as the Irrigation Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and twice Minster of Industries & Labour in the past. Pervez Khattak born at the residence of noted government contractor Hastam Khan (late) on ... Read More »

Farhatullah Babar


Farhatullah Babar is a Pakistani technocrat and civil engineer currently serving as the Press spokesperson of the President Asif Ali Zardari. Prior to this appointment, Babar was the senator of Pakistan Peoples Party for the Senate from 2003 till 2006; he earned public limelight after giving criticism to the government Prime minister Shaukat Aziz and President Pervez Musharraf. He is ... Read More »

Ajmal Khattak


Ajmal Khattak  (15 September 1925 — 7 February 2010) was a Pakistani politician, writer, Pashtun poet, Khudai Khidmatgar, former President of Awami National Party and close friend of the late Khan Wali Khan. His early student life was marked by active protests against the British Raj, which was followed by his joining of the Khudai khidmatgar movement and anti-colonial Pashto ... Read More »

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