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Taliban ‘Showing Strength’ With Assault on Ghazni
Taliban Capture Northern Afghan Base
Indian Rupee Hits Record Low of 70 to the Dollar
Casualties Mount in Fight for Afghan City
Who is responsible for the bullets found at the house of a Supreme Court judge in Lahore?
Members of the minority in Pakistan continue to be targeted—whether through the blasphemy law or by militants
Nawaz Sharif’s ‘for life’ ban from politics heralds the nadir of political stability in Pakistan
Admissions before NAB might be too late to vindicate Nawaz Sharif in the court of public opinion
A societal shift is needed if Pakistan wants to respect the beliefs of all its citizens
Is the demand for a South Punjab province yet another attempt to eradicate the Sharif clan from Pakistan’s politics?
Is South Punjab back on the cards?
Pakistan risks tragedy if it does not heed demands of basic rights by Pashtun protesters
The persecution of Muslim populations in Asia is not limited to India alone
Can P.M. Abbasi’s latest policy help bring undeclared wealth back to Pakistan?
Sindh’s flawed educational system is systemically destroying the future prospects of entire generations
Pakistan can no longer afford to ignore “too powerful” individuals
The rightwing political party is challenging India’s long-held secular status
Pakistan’s judiciary must not allow itself to continue being embroiled in Islamabad’s perennial political instability
Why do so many Pakistani appear to not like their homeland?
Inside the minds of the haters spewing venom at the 20-year-old Nobel laureate
The 20-year-old women’s rights activist has returned to a country where many still regard with scorn
Democracy and rule of law, not moral absolutism, are what’s required in Pakistan
Ongoing case proceedings suggest Pakistan has much to fear from women with foreign nationalities
A brief look at Pakistan’s political landscape and the various players vying for power