Articles by Pakistan
- Pakistani Mob Murders Blasphemy Suspect, Another Victim Of Archaic Laws
July 05 2012 8:59 AM
The victim was believed to be mentally unstable.
- China's Navy Gathers Good Will Off Somalia
July 04 2012 11:54 AM
Chinese, Indian and Japanese navies in the Gulf of Aden show a sense of pragmatism and cooperation among their forces, but wariness of China's military is unlikely to lift anytime soon in East Asia.
- Pakistan Reopens NATO Supply Routes: Why US-Pak Ties Are Too Important To Be Shunned
July 04 2012 6:49 AM
Did the U.S. really apologize for the drone strike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers in November to end the seven-month deadlock in negotiations with Pakistan over the NATO supply route to Afghanistan?
- Pakistan Taliban Warns It Will Attack Supply Trucks Carrying Equipment To NATO
July 03 2012 2:31 PM
?We will attack NATO supplies all over Pakistan,? a spokesman said.
- Pakistan Will ReOpen NATO Supply Routes Into Afghanistan: US
July 03 2012 1:14 PM
Islamabad will not charge any transit fees when the routes reopen.
- Pakistan-Afghanistan Cross-Border Attacks Escalate; Pakistani Officials Optimistic Of Reopening NATO Supply Routes
July 03 2012 6:51 AM
Border tensions are running high between Pakistan and Afghanistan as both nations accuse each other of cross-border missile attacks and territory breaches.
- Pakistan?s Power Blackouts Reflect Shortage In Political Leadership
July 02 2012 3:07 PM
Power outages lasting 18 to 20 hours a day are not unusual across Pakistan.
- More Aid Workers Kidnapped In Kenya Refugee Camp
June 29 2012 3:19 PM
Dadaab lies near Kenya's border with Somalia, and members of the Somali rebel group al Shabab have carried out attacks and kidnappings in Kenya in the past.
- Genghis Khan's Descendants: Pakistan?s War Against The Hazara
June 29 2012 1:40 PM
Since 2001, Pakistani media estimates, at least 800 Hazara have been slaughtered in the country.
- London Olympics: Organizers Reject Request To Honor 1972 Munich Massacre Victims
June 29 2012 10:52 AM
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has never conducted an official memorial during the games to honor the Munich victims.
- Hindu Women Seek Right To Divorce In Overwhelmingly Muslim Bangladesh
June 28 2012 12:26 PM
While Bangladesh has a secular legal structure for most matters, things like marriage, divorce and inheritance are subject to religious dictums.
- Surjeet Singh?s Mysterious Release From Prison Raises Hopes For India-Pakistan Cooperation
June 28 2012 9:57 AM
Surjeet?s release from prison caused some confusion last week, when it was reported that another Indian prisoner in Pakistan with a similar name, Sarabjit Singh, was going to be freed from death row.
- Mistaken Identity In Pakistan: Surjeet, Not Sarabjit Singh, To Be Released From Prison
June 26 2012 6:01 PM
In Pakistan, a case of mistaken identity has led to an embarrassing U-turn for administration officials.
- Obama Fears Pakistan Collapse Will Spark Nuclear Scramble: Book
June 26 2012 2:46 PM
The president even told his senior aides that he had ?the least power to prevent? the potential collapse of Pakistan.
- Pakistan Prime Minister: One Of The Most Insecure Jobs In The World
June 25 2012 4:01 PM
The chaos and turbulence in Pakistan can also be illustrated by the fact that the job of Prime Minister was abolished on no less than five occasions.
- Key Ally China Expresses Support For New Pakistani Prime Minister
June 25 2012 2:16 PM
The issue that forced out his predecessor ? the refusal by Gilani to probe Zardari for alleged corruption ? may doom Ashraf as well, if the courts again demand he take such action.
- Destroyed Sufi Shrine In Kashmir Revered By Both Muslims And Hindus
June 25 2012 12:43 PM
Known as 'Ghaus-e-Azam' by Muslims and 'Kahnoow' by the Hindus, Jeelani is revered by both faiths in Kashmir.
- Who Is Raja Pervaiz Ashraf? Pakistan?s PM Nominee Under Corruption Probe
June 22 2012 9:26 AM
The 62-year-old Ashraf resigned from his post as water and power minister in February 2011 under a cloud of corruption allegations, although he denied any wrongdoing on his part.
- Pakistan's Ruling Party Nominates Raja Pervaiz Ashraf As PM Candidate
June 22 2012 6:50 AM
In the latest development in Pakistan following the political mayhem triggered by an apex court order disqualifying ex-premier Yousuf Raza Gilani, the ruling Pakistan People's Party Friday named former information technology minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf as its choice for the post of prime minister.
- South Asian Taxi Drivers: Victims And Perpetrators Of Racism
June 22 2012 6:41 AM
South Asian taxi drivers not only have a very hard and thankless profession, but they are caught in a vortex of prejudice in which they are both the victim and perpetrators of racism and discrimination.