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Remembering assassinated prime minister Benazir Bhutto
Trump’s Afghan strategy suffers from not bringing anything new to the table
Purging violence against women in Pakistan’s most populous province
PEMRA’s decision to bar the broadcast of an interview with a former militant spokesman reflects the desires of concerned Pakistanis
Indian-administered Kashmir takes aim at social media services over their role in energizing ongoing insurgency
Afghan base attacked by Taliban reveals horror of brutal assault that left at least 144 recruits dead
The hidden cost of the ongoing Kashmir conflict.
In conversation with Ahsan Iqbal
America cemented its place as a global leader when it joined World War I, say experts.
A timeline of FATA’s role in Pakistan following Partition in 1947.
Kailash social worker and author was suffering from a prolonged illness and has been buried in Peshawar.
One of Urdu’s greatest poets and his abiding relevance.
Nayyar Ali Dada on the making of the Alhamra.
In his third time as head of state, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif prefers talking policy to personal attacks on his political rivals.
No matter what they say, take that leap of faith.
Pakistan’s fight against militancy has no end in sight.
Despite legal support, hijras in country remain victims of abuse and neglect.
Pakistani rightwing has started using controversial laws to silence progressive voices online.
Pakistan Army chief Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa—in his sons’ words.
Toxic water produced by industrialization has destroyed Pakistan’s largest lake.