Who Will Lead?
Explosion at Mosque in Quetta
British P.M. May Announces Resignation
Pakistani Who Taught ‘American Taliban’ Hails His Release
Terror Accused Wins Indian Parliament Seat
Militant Linked to Al Qaeda Killed in India-Occupied Kashmir
Washington Mulls Duties on Nations With Undervalued Currency
Special video message for the Lahore Literary Festival.
The Pakistani Taliban open up.
Meet the man who almost ruined the party.
Nawaz Sharif takes a stand.
Akram Sheikh, prosecutor in the Musharraf treason trial.
Billionaire philanthropist says conspiracy theories are undermining inoculation drives.
NIH confirms 2014’s first four cases of polio in North Waziristan.
Sharifuddin Pirzada says his defense of military rulers is all part of the job.
Teachers and students claim growing Islamization at higher education institutions is hampering quality of learning.
Aban Marker-Kabraji, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s Asia director.
The tale of Turkey and Mexico.
The deadly virus may have been eradicated from the South Asian country, but its victims live on.
Here are some of the people who passed away in 2013.
Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal has pledged to clean up the Indian capital and his nation’s corruption-ridden politics.
Global Zoroastrian community to debate dwindling numbers and preservation of culture at annual gathering in Mumbai.
Still reeling from last September’s suicide blast that left 82 people dead, Christians in the northwestern city mourn loved ones.
The Taliban have threatened to kill any Afghan who worked with U.S. forces.
Husain Haqqani tells it like it is.
Gary J. Bass on Bangladesh’s past and present.
Two others wounded in Lahore attack.