When talk turns to Indo-Pak tension, Indian TV is lost in a cloud of foamy blether. Its Pakistani guests are...
The contenders concur on Pakistan; its people examine the nuances
Malala was a warning. Pakistan has to build a stomach for a fight.
To be a Pakistani woman politician is to be sullied by ‘educated’ chavs
Pakistan looks at Egypt for a realistic cue
A top Pakistani official’s ‘act of penance’ for Taliban intolerance raises official hackles
Silk raiments from rural India set hearts aflutter in posh Pakistan
Gilani goes, but the judiciary overreaches
With ties with America at its lowest, Pakistan looks for a role in the India-US bonhomie
Kayani’s steep climbdown on Siachen awaits an Indian response
Aided by exacting laws, protected by the state, Hafiz Saeed, terror’s grand imam, flourishes still
Literary star vs erstwhile cricketing great
Balochistan is a tinderbox of complex history, brutality and bad blood
Bold sallies, tactical retreats: the Pakistani state’s figureheads test strengths
Pakistan in turmoil: discontent on the streets, political ferment, and ‘Memogate’
A stunningly effective rally anoints Imran Khan as the leading hope for a new Pakistan
Within hours of holding a mammoth rally in Lahore, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief flew off to Beijing on the...
Pakistan’s military softens its stare at India. Cold tactical needs may have forced a smile.
Coerced into Bush’s ‘coalition of the willing’ post-9/11, Pakistan has been on a slow boil since
Pakistan’s India-myopic media dream of an Anna of their own