The Torkham border crossing between Pakistan and Afghanistan | Abdul Majeed Goraya, White Star It is raining...
When the Peshawar High Court sacked over a dozen judicial officers in 2011
Northern districts of the province will see more outsiders than they have in the past
Some say militants bomb schools because the army uses them as shelters and bases.
Who gets to decide if the tribal belt should be a separate province or part of KP?
On the majestic shore of the Arabian Sea unfolds a tale of economic exploitation and health horrors.
What is missing in our remedies for the menace of corruption in state institutions?
Often finding themselves with a deadly target on their backs, many either flee, quit, live in fear, or are killed.
With little hope for justice and crippled by fear, the survivors have stopped going to school.
Examining the politics and reality of the census across Pakistan's provinces
Do madrasas have anything to hide?
What is wrong with madrasas?
The woes of working for a caliphate
The price of high-quality basmati rice is half as much as it was in 2012
The mysterious cases of death at internment centres
“I am bothering you to inform that Mr Tahir Jamil, presently working on deputation as Additional Director, ...
Ihsanullah, 39, was working with a telephone company when military officials took him away on March 29, 2012,...
In the latest flaring up of tensions between Islamabad and Washington, Pakistan’s civil and military leaders are...
The federal government is running an expensive ad campaign in the media patting itself on the back for what it calls...
After successfully infusing terror in the minds of the masses, some Taliban groups are now involved in extorting money.