Border-security forces in Rajasthan say the dead bird, equipped with a camera, may have been spying for Pakistan.
Three explosions on Saturday claim at least nine lives.
The country’s left-of-center parties have more than just the jihadists standing between them and electoral victory.
FAFEN officer claims none of the rejected 1,209 National Assembly candidates were disqualified on the basis of corruption.
The U.S. government must prove that Pfc. Bradley Manning knowingly helped Al Qaeda by leaking secret documents to WikiLeaks in order to convict him.
Hers is the first bid for Parliament by a woman from Pakistan’s violence-pocked tribal areas. But does Badaam Zari have a shot at winning?
Candidates go where they have the best chance of winning, and political parties keenly court individuals of electoral significance.
Bassem Youssef is facing a slew of charges, including allegedly insulting Pakistan.
The 110-member monitoring team will observe polling in 193 out of 272 constituencies nationwide.
The long war in Pakistan’s northwest is taking a toll on the mental health of its besieged residents.
Even in Bhutto central, the Taliban-threatened Pakistan Peoples Party seems to have left many disillusioned.
After his nomination papers are rejected from Karachi and Kasur, the former president receives good news from Chitral.