The special report examines the role of the intelligence agencies in the country's chequered political history
Updated 19 Nov, 2018 02:24pm
The third attack, say investigators, was planned at one of the group’s hideouts in Islamabad’s G-7/2 area
Updated 25 Dec, 2017 06:33pm
Official encouragement of ‘jihadi’ preaching in the garrisons has promoted conservatism in the army.
Published 25 Dec, 2017 02:56pm
Are such secret trials really any help in curbing extremism in the country? Far from it, believe many observers.
Published 25 Dec, 2017 02:40pm
A candid conversation with the renown cricket commentator from our 1990 archives
Updated 23 Jun, 2019 05:37pm
It is now possible to talk of a Pakistani al-Qaeda – a nebulous entity which is quite inward-looking in its orientation.
Published 25 Dec, 2016 01:35am
Pakistan and India's relentless propaganda war amid the eight-day hijacking drama of December 1999
Updated 26 Dec, 2016 07:41pm
From the archives: A 2005 interview shows how the PPP chief prefers pragmatism over ideology
Updated 26 Dec, 2016 02:07am
From the archives: How Musharraf dissipated tensions with India by cracking down on anti-India militancy.
Updated 03 Oct, 2016 04:51pm
The Herald revisits Pakistan's decades-long dispute with India over Kashmir with a cover story from its archives.
Updated 17 Feb, 2017 02:32pm