The special report examines the role of the intelligence agencies in the country's chequered political history
The third attack, say investigators, was planned at one of the group’s hideouts in Islamabad’s G-7/2 area
Official encouragement of ‘jihadi’ preaching in the garrisons has promoted conservatism in the army.
Are such secret trials really any help in curbing extremism in the country? Far from it, believe many observers.
A candid conversation with the renown cricket commentator from our 1990 archives
It is now possible to talk of a Pakistani al-Qaeda – a nebulous entity which is quite inward-looking in its orientation.
Pakistan and India's relentless propaganda war amid the eight-day hijacking drama of December 1999
From the archives: A 2005 interview shows how the PPP chief prefers pragmatism over ideology
From the archives: How Musharraf dissipated tensions with India by cracking down on anti-India militancy.
The Herald revisits Pakistan's decades-long dispute with India over Kashmir with a cover story from its archives.