Trump Tough Talk Unlikely to Move Pakistan
U.S. Warns Angry Pakistan on Afghan Militant Support
U.S. Sanctions Chinese, Russians Over N. Korea Support
Indian Factory Shut After Dumping Dye
China Defends Pakistan Against Trump Criticism
India’s Top Court Bans Islamic Instant Divorce
Taliban Warn Afghanistan Will Become ‘Graveyard’ for U.S.
Requiring ritual without sincerity does not produce sadiq and ameen lawmakers
The Supreme Court verdict in the Panama Papers case has irrevocably damaged the Sharif brand
The Panama Papers case is far from over
The radicalization of Pakistani women begins at home
The brutal events in Mardan should not surprise us too much
The rise of strongmen
Mashal Khan, another nail in the state’s coffin
The Pakistan-India spy wars
Global acclaim for Malala Yousafzai means little to the rightwing ideology embedded in Pakistan.
Will the Karachi dacoit’s revelations hurt Pak-Iran ties?
In India, as in Pakistan, there is growing debate on the merits of English as the medium of education.
Are democratic Muslim states doomed to suffer from rising religious intolerance?
Is Pakistan joining the Saudi Arabia-led military alliance?
To ensure their safety, Muslims in India might soon be forced to adopt several lifestyle changes.
The PTI chief’s latest attack on English-medium schools prompts troubling conclusions.
Bolstered by anti-Pakistan rhetoric, Narendra Modi has little reason to negotiate peace with Nawaz Sharif.
What prompted a senior PTI leader to accuse the former military chief of conspiring against his party in the 2013 general elections?
Could a recent meeting between Imran Khan and Pakistan’s Army chief spell a new round of protests?
Can the merger of the tribal belt with Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province stem the region’s sectarian divide?
Can Muslim states ever successfully implement democracy without falling prey to the religious right?