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Honor killings are on the rise across Pakistan, and remain a particular point of concern in rural Sindh province.
Anti-Shia propaganda is finding new audiences through the Internet, stoking sectarian outrage across the world.
In conversation with Aitzaz Ahsan.
Dulmial, a village in Punjab’s salt ranges, sent 460 men to fight for the British in the First World War.
Pakistan’s future depends on an economic revival.
In conversation with award-winning U.S. journalist Steve Coll.
Analysts say the Islamist party must acknowledge its role in 1971 war to survive as a viable political entity.
In Sindh, Hindus mourn Imam Hussain.
Indian Congress party’s defeat in national elections has raised questions about its leadership crisis.
Our exclusive interview with U.S. Special Representative Dan Feldman.
Women in Swat demand the government enact and enforce legislation to stop domestic violence in Pakistan.
Despite militant threats, health workers and their security guards continue the fight against polio.
Women in Pakistan’s mountainous areas are seeking jobs normally reserved for men.
Two-member bench summons stakeholders to next hearing on Nov. 11.
The hardened stance of India’s ruling party.
Malala Yousafzai’s Nobel win has cemented her status as an advocate for girls’ right to education.
Apple’s latest innovation was co-invented by a Pakistani.
The Ghani-Abdullah deal keeps the peace, for now.
The global fight against polio stumbles—thanks to Pakistan.
In conversation with Arjumand Azhar Hussain, one of the mutiny leaders of flight PK 370.