India, Pakistan in U.N. Court for Jadhav Case
Iran General Claims Pakistan Backs Jaish al-Adl
India Mourns Dead Soldiers Amid Calls for Revenge
Attack on Soldiers in India-administered Kashmir
Cash-Strapped Pakistan to Host Saudi Crown Prince
Pakistan Announces ‘Massive’ Social Media Crackdown
Taliban Announce Talks With U.S. in Islamabad
Health workers are battling illiteracy, religious concerns to convince men and women to opt for contraception.
Abdul Sattar Edhi has been nominated once again for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Indoctrination, promises of glory in the afterlife feature in militants’ training of potential suicide bombers.
The Indian ruling party’s dangerous clampdown on dissent.
The Punjab Police Force hopes to improve policing by digitizing records, improving interactions with civilians.
Disillusioned Iraqi migrants return home after finding little solace in Europe.
Analysts say military operation in Punjab is further evidence of Army exerting its control over vast areas of Pakistan.
Threatened by the Taliban, unaccompanied minors are being entrusted to traffickers smuggling migrants to Europe.
One pastor deals with burying the victims of Lahore’s Gulshan-i-Iqbal bombing.
Some Afghan migrants to Europe are returning home after encountering hostility in adopted lands.
Two brothers are hoping to fund and build the country’s first Quran recycling plant to ensure the proper disposal of holy book.
Indian national Hamid Ansari’s imprisonment over ‘espionage’ raises more questions than it answers.
A fence separating India- and Pakistan-administered Kashmir is endangering wildlife.
The discovery of long-suspected phenomenon indirectly proves existence of black holes and could be revolutionary for field of astronomy.
Extremists receive fitting end in unmarked graves.
The Punjab government’s Orange Line project is hurting the very people it claims to help.
Iran is funding recruitment of Pakistani Shias to battle Islamic State militants—at home and abroad.
Punjab law minister says Pakistanis fighting alongside I.S. won’t be allowed back home.
Fight against sexual abuse in Pakistani society has a long way to go.
Analysts say the process will take decades amid terror threat, renewed push by autocratic regimes.