Qatar Says Saudi-Led Demands Not ‘Reasonable’
U.S. Special Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan Quits Post
Qatar Issued List of Demands as Gulf Crisis Worsens
Day of Bloodshed
London Mosque Suspect Charged With ‘Terrorism-Related Murder’
‘Trump Village’ Unveiled in India Ahead of Modi’s U.S. Visit
Bombing in Quetta
Pakistan’s Constitution risks closing doors of knowledge through restrictive application of freedom of expression.
It’s time Pakistan moved past a foreign policy based around hatred of India.
Many in Pakistan are starting to believe New Delhi is preventing London from acting against Altaf Hussain.
Could a firebrand Hindu cleric’s appointment to Uttar Pradesh’s head office spell the end of a secular India?
The Sharif-led PMLN likely won’t be happy with the Panama Papers judgment—but neither will the opposition.
Did Islamabad play a role in helping Osama bin Laden hide in Abbottabad?
There is little current chance of progress in ties between Kabul and Islamabad.
Islamabad cannot hope to advance a counter-narrative without appealing to the same forces that have set the account for decades.
What does the BJP’s electoral win in Uttar Pradesh mean for India’s ties with Pakistan?
Parliament must legislate the way politicians speak in the House to ensure decorum.
Despite societal advances, women in Pakistan remain at the mercy of the faithful and nationalistic.
There are many perils facing the global Islamic community.
Prime Minister Sharif pulled off the ECO summit.
Learning to live with dread, from Paris to Karachi.
Seeking a solution to the global phenomena in Pakistan.
Islamophobia is not rising in the West alone.
In focusing on military courts, the government is trying to take the easy way out in the fight against terror.
Why is it so hard for Pakistanis to believe their country’s economy might be improving?
Pakistan’s electronic media is letting its viewers down by abandoning accuracy in favor of immediacy.
Acknowledging the threat posed by Jamaat-ud-Dawah is no-go in Pakistan.