Mohammad Altaf Khan, 46, often tries to imagine what his father looks like now. His father, who was in the army,...
If the British could construct a Peshawar-Torkham line in 1925, is it difficult for the govt to reconstruct it in 2013?
Many refugees have been living here for a while now, but that doesn't mean they've forgotten the past.
Militancy, load shedding, and the end of the Afghan Transit Agreement has reduced a thriving business to almost nothing.
"I keep my school uniform so that one day I will go to school again with my friends,” says 12-year-old Nida.