Lehaz Ali

Lehaz Ali has been in the field of journalism for the last 14 years. His specialty includes conflict reporting, features, politics, minorities and social issues. He has a wide range of experience in covering war on terror and conflict reporting in settled as well as former tribal areas.

Stories:

A review of KP’s minorities’ laws

During a session of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Assembly in October 2016, […]

Religious tourism in KP waiting to be tapped

Jatinder Singh, a nearly-50-years-old Lahore resident, was roaming about the streets of […]

Major attacks on minorities in KP

September 22, 2013, a Sunday, is etched in the memories of Peshawar’s […]

The olden dwellers of Dera Ismail Khan

The magnificence of the historic Saint John’s Church becomes clearer as one […]

Minorities’ discrimination runs deep

Perveen Saqib* is a teacher at a government college in Peshawar. Hailing […]

Minorities await 2014 SC judgment’s implementation

Six years after the ‘historic’ judgment of Supreme Court Chief Justice Tassaduq […]

How a goat herder became KP minorities’ minister

When Wazir Zada, who only 25 years ago was herding goats in […]

Religious diversity on the frontier

Standing outside the Saint Thomas Church near Parachinar’s main bazaar, Father Riaz […]

‘I may be a Sikh, but no one can question my patriotism’

Situated in the midst of a verdant landscape, 43-year-old Manjeet Singh sits […]