Lacking government support, Pakistanis take it upon themselves to help the country’s burgeoning population of stray animals
Nazar Ul Islam
Additional Sessions judge rules against former university lecturer, who has already spent nearly 7 years in prison
Trappers and conservationists alike bemoan the human activity that has driven migratory birds out of Pakistan
Five years since the launch of Operation Zarb-e-Azb, North Waziristan is slowly returning to normal
In conversation with Germany’s Ambassador to Pakistan Martin Kobler
The Kartarpur corridor is a small step toward peace between Pakistan and India
Women in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Assembly hope for parity with their male colleagues on legislative issues
For Peshawar’s Bomb Disposal Unit, the war on militancy lives on
For many women in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa’s Dir district, the 2018 general elections were a watershed moment
For over two decades, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa has lashed out at incumbent governments. The PTI may well be the first political party to reverse this trend
Inside the militant commander’s journey from chairlift operator to head of the Pakistani Taliban
In conversation with squash superstar Maria Toorpakai Wazir.
A group of young men and women are hoping to use Sufism to eradicate extremism from Swat.
Indian national Hamid Ansari’s imprisonment over ‘espionage’ raises more questions than it answers.
Extremists receive fitting end in unmarked graves.
At least eight people dead, over 30 others injured in suspected suicide attack.
Iran is funding recruitment of Pakistani Shias to battle Islamic State militants—at home and abroad.
Survivors of last year’s Taliban assault on the Army Public School are still struggling to overcome fear, anxiety.
The family of the youngest child killed in the brutal Army Public School massacre last year remembers her last day.
Zaman Mehsud worked for ‘Nai Baat’ and ‘Ummat’.