Articles by Pakistan
Pakistani Mob Murders Blasphemy Suspect, Another Victim Of Archaic Laws
July 05 2012 8:59 AM EDT
The victim was believed to be mentally unstable.
China's Navy Gathers Good Will Off Somalia
July 04 2012 11:54 AM EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
?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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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 EDT
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.