– January 23, 2017 – Connecticut-based non-profit organization Youth Journalism International is hosting its eighth annual Excellence in Journalism contest, the largest in the world for English language work published by amateur journalists aged 19 or younger.
The Khyber train safari was a tourist train which ran between Peshawar and Landi Kotal through Khyber Pass in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province.
The Train has been closed in 2006 due to washed away of railway track and bridges by flood.
WEST HARTFORD, Connecticut, USA – In a year when journalists have been hailed and harassed with equal fervor, Youth Journalism International can safely assure everyone there’s a great new generation of reporters ready to take the field. Read entire article » From our archives October 24, 2005 — Journal — By Zach Brokenrope Nothing ever happens in Aurora, Nebraska. “I heard he ran away in the middle of the night, stole his old man’s car.” “No way dude, he hitchhiked to GI and took a bus.” “I hear he’s one of those Wal-Mart kids; you know, the ones … Read entire article » Now in its eighth year, Youth Journalism International’s annual contest for student reporters, editors, photographers and others involved in journalism offers a great chance to win recognition for stellar work done during the 2016 calendar year. – An attack at The Ohio State University Monday morning injured 11 and rattled a campus community just returning from Thanksgiving break. Read entire article » By Hila Yosafi Youth Journalism International STORRS, Connecticut — (September 11, 2001) At about 9 a.m., my friend IMs me as I’m printing something for class: “Turn on the TV! I see the first fire starting in one of the towers — a live picture. Read entire article » By Melissa Luna Youth Journalism International BRISTOL, Connecticut — (September 11, 2001) I found out about the bombing at school and I was shocked and scared beyond belief.
This year’s contest for teen journalists, now in its eighth year, attracted astonishing work from hundreds of students around the globe. The top winners come away with amazing crystal trophies and every winner receives a custom-made certificate. Read entire article » By Noah Adelsberger Junior Reporter Youth Journalism International NEWARK, Ohio, U. Computer Science and Engineering student Megan Knox was inclass when someone warned the classroom about an emergency alert text they had received about an active shooter. Read entire article » Kaishi Lee Youth Journalism International SINGAPORE — September 11, 2001. America’s fall from grace has stirred up much antipathy and the terrorist attack has touched a universal nerve. Today is the anniversary of my grandfather’s death, and the events that happened today did not help at all.
In this photo, the train is about to depart from Shahgai railway station and descend out of the Khyber Pass back to Jamrud, near Peshawar. It was built on 7.21 acres and was one of the most famous hotels in undivided India.