The pending release of the primary suspect in the kidnapping and murder of journalist Daniel Pearl poses a threat to Pakistan
The attack on coalminers in Machh is the latest salvo in a decades-spanning effort to marginalize and eradicate the minority community
The minority community in Quetta complains of being ‘cut off from the rest of the city’ and ‘confined’ to their enclaves
Militant group’s claim follows a similar one from the Pakistani Taliban
Tackling a conflict, especially one that has been and is being fought among the people, is not about making linear, clear-cut, absolute choices
Atif Mian’s ouster from the EAC is merely the latest example of the bigotry faced by members of Pakistan’s Ahmadiyya community
Pakistan’s 2018 general elections see rise of anti-blasphemy party
Military says attempted storming of Frontier Corps office was retaliation for killing of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi commander
Militant Salman Badeni was wanted for more than 100 murders
Najam Sethi has defied the odds to bring international cricket back to Pakistan
Protesters take to streets to demonstrate against ongoing militancy
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi continues to cause problems for Shia Muslims in Pakistan
The killing of two Chinese nationals in Quetta may have been an avoidable tragedy
I.S. affiliate had earlier taken credit for several major attacks in the region
Armed gunmen had last month kidnapped the couple from Quetta
Officials say Saeed Ahmad Badini confessed to last year’s bombings on lawyers and police cadets in Quetta
Fazal Abbas had returned to Pakistan after 13 years to fight the blasphemy accusations
Malik Saleem Lateef was killed while on his way to court in Nankana Sahib.
Did Islamabad play a role in helping Osama bin Laden hide in Abbottabad?
Elements of Pakistan’s state might be working to win over terrorists rather than target them for elimination.