In addition to being a celebration of the Urdu idiom, former civil servant Tariq Mahmud’s memoirs provide valuable insight into Pakistan’s history
The peace deal negotiated between the Taliban and the U.S. all but ensures a return to power for the insurgents
Maulana Abdul Aziz has barricaded himself and several female students inside the Islamabad mosque
Bilal Zahoor and Raza Rumi have compiled an essential volume of some of Pakistan’s brightest minds to dig into all that ails the nation
Tackling a conflict, especially one that has been and is being fought among the people, is not about making linear, clear-cut, absolute choices
Analysts say decision to sideline—but not prosecute Maulana Abdul Aziz—motivated by fear of public sympathy with cleric
Can the government successfully prevent Maulana Abdul Aziz from commemorating ‘Martyrs’ Day’?
The brutal events in Mardan should not surprise us too much
Mashal Khan, another nail in the state’s coffin
Maulana Abdul Aziz is hardly ‘proscribed’ in Pakistan’s federal capital.
Blasphemy and its demons rile Pakistan, again.
Senior judge has directed government to probe online ‘blasphemy’ and censor offending content.
There is little evidence to support claims Pakistan’s oldest boogeyman is behind the recent rise in terror attacks.
Militants take advantage of ungovernable spaces in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Lawyer for Lal Masjid says latest judgment will exert pressure on government to seek former president’s extradition from Dubai.
Tolerant Muslims remain a target.
Police say four men on motorcycles shot Khurram Zaki at a roadside restaurant.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should be lauded for letting go of his personal animosity toward Pervez Musharraf.
Former president could be allowed to leave Pakistan to seek medical treatment abroad.
Punjab law minister says Pakistanis fighting alongside I.S. won’t be allowed back home.