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Pakistani Taliban website taken down 24 hours after launch

Deeper investigation reveals that the website was hosted by a company from Punjab.

Pakistan second-worst country in gender equality: WEF

Pakistan ranks as the world’s second-worst country in terms of gender equality and equitable division of resources...

“Strong evidence” Pakistan military approved US drone strikes: UN report

The study says in some cases, even “senior govt figures” gave their approval to the strikes in the tribal areas.

India, Pakistan have highest population of slaves in the world: report

Report says over 16 million slaves, or almost 54 percent of the world’s enslaved population, live in the two countries.

Rigging: 49 polling stations across Pakistan received over 100pc turnout

More than 100pc voter turn out was witnessed in six polling stations of KP, 31 of Punjab, 11 of Sindh and one of Balochistan.

Stats confirm reports of rigging in several Karachi polling stations

In at least five polling stations of the city, the number of votes polled far exceeds registered voters.

Nokia Lumia 900 Review

Does the Nokia Lumia 900 do justice to its name, or is it just another phone in the growing mass of smartphones?

Big Business: The Bulls and the Ballot

In Part III of the series, an in-depth look at what business leaders want from the 2013 general elections, and policies they expect from the coming govt.

NP vows to launch independent probe of Bugti murder

The National Party also vowed an independent commission would take up investigation of missing persons in Balochistan if elected into power.

N. Waziristan to have lowest female representation in polls

According to ECP, only seven per cent of total registered voters in the tribal agency are women — the lowest throughout the country.

Youth to play decisive role in coming election, shows ECP data

The younger population is likely to be the deciding factor in the results of the upcoming polls, with more than ...

Pakistan inches toward political uncertainty

The country appeared to be heading toward political turmoil as arrest orders were issued for PM Ashraf and Tahirul Qadri called for the govt’s resignation, leading tens of thousands of protesters into Islamabad.

Weekly Classics: Donnie Darko

If film making is an art form, then this bizarre film is a young prodigy’s magnum opus.

Imran Khan hails commitment of youth at Tank rally

The PTI chief said Sindhis, Punjabis, Muslims, Hindus and also foreigners gathering together for his rally proved that PTI was a national party.

Microsoft launches cloud-based Office 365 in Pakistan

The cloud solution for the latest version of the Office suite, the first of its kind in Pakistan, has been made available with local pricing for Pakistan.

Pakistani media faces renewed threat

The attack on a TV channel’s office by the Taliban highlights the dilemma faced by local media.

Another militant group bans polio vaccination, seeks end to drone strikes

An pamphlet distributed by militants warns health workers to stay away from polio vaccination campaigns or face dire consequences.

British journalist denies planning “expose” on Arsalan Iftikhar case

Christina Lamb, rumored to spill the beans on the scandal, denied "planning a big expose on Familygate," and said she had "spoken to no one about it”.

Pakistani spy agencies under criticism a year after journalist’s murder

A year after journalist Saleem Shahzad's tortured body was found near Islamabad, authorities have yet to identify his killers.

No question of PM Gilani’s disqualification, decides NA speaker

In a five-page ruling, NA Speaker Dr Fehmida Mirza says that no question arises of PM Gilani's disqualification in light of the Supreme Court's verdict.


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Militant groups in Punjab

Railways: debatable priorities

Surge in Karachi violence

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