NAB Court Indicts Nawaz Sharif for Corruption
Dozens Killed as Taliban Launch Fresh Assaults on Afghan Bases
‘What a Brave Nation’
Myanmar Has Failed to Protect Rohingya From Atrocities: U.N.
Pakistan Hails New Afghan Border Fence to Curb Militancy
Warning for China as U.S. Hails India ‘Partnership’
Militant Behind Army Public School Attack Killed
Attempts to silence Ayesha Gulalai and Asma Jahangir expose Pakistan’s misogynist orientation
Unraveling the separation of powers underlined in Pakistan’s Constitution
The Supreme Court fires its silver bullet.
What’s in store for a post-Sharif Pakistan?
Some quick thoughts on Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan’s press conference and the Supreme Court’s impending Panama verdict
The many facets to the question of whether or not Nawaz Sharif should step down as prime minister
Pakistan’s historic ties with neighboring Iran prevent Islamabad from adopting neutrality in the Saudi-Iran feud
Can Islamabad protect its minorities from forcible conversion, underage marriages?
The Finsbury Park Mosque is no longer under the oppressive shadow of Abu Mahza al-Masri
Pakistan’s victory against India at The Oval united the entire nation
Another drone strike in the restive district takes aim at the Haqqani Network
Midterm elections would be disastrous for Pakistan’s political stability
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi continues to cause problems for Shia Muslims in Pakistan
No matter the verdict, the Panama Papers scandal will leave its scars on Pakistan
The world is united at last—by misery, extremism and never-ending internal conflicts
India’s ruling BJP is leading the country down the path of rightwing extremism
There are no winners in the ongoing rift between Qatar and its Gulf neighbors
The killing of two Chinese nationals in Quetta may have been an avoidable tragedy
The Islamic State sets sights on Iran
A recent boycott of roadside fruit vendors showcased Pakistan’s brutal class divide