Another Journalist Killing Shocks India
Skype Joins Apps Blacklisted in China
John Lasseter Goes on Sabbatical Over ‘Unwanted Hugs’
Harare Celebrates as Mugabe Resigns
Charlie Rose Sacked Over Sexual Harassment Allegations
Floods Paralyze Jeddah
Talking heads in Pakistan have pounced on Islamabad’s alleged mishandling of Jadhav’s case at the ICJ
It’s time to privatize the dinosaurs Pakistan could easily do without
Is it India’s turn to pay the costs for an expensive trial?
Can the government successfully prevent Maulana Abdul Aziz from commemorating ‘Martyrs’ Day’?
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif sent the right message during his address at Beijing’s One Belt, One Road Summit
Does Pakistan have the most to fear from the militant group’s ‘Khorasan’ chapter?
Pakistani politics owes a debt to the PTI chief
A new report claims the controversial visit had support from the Pakistan Army
Doing the ‘right thing’ is relative
A radical change in Pakistan’s foreign policy is required
Where is the money going?
Facing extremists from within its own populace, Pakistan needs to formulate policy on how to treat captured would-be militants
The economic corridor could pave the way for normalization of ties between Pakistan and India
Can any amount of training help immigration officers identify and weed out radicalized visa applicants?
Pakistan must convince Afghanistan it has shifted its policy on the Taliban
Militancy in Pakistan is not solely the provenance of Afghan-based militants
Can the PPP hope to recover its base in Punjab province by siding with the establishment against the PMLN?
Rising incidents of violence against minorities betray India’s secular constitution
Resumption of bilateral talks between Islamabad and Kabul bodes well for the war on terror
The Army is at odds with the Government. Again.