If I interpret Love for all time, A hundred Resurrections will pass; And yet my commentary will not end.
CIA drone strikes have killed more than 2,500 people in the tribal areas of North Pakistan over the past decade.
A voice that invigorated the struggle but was unheard when the deafening roar of 'Pakistan Zindabad' rang out.
Stamps released by the Pakistan Post Office through the years marked some of the most significant events in history.
Global public opinion about the United States, China and the international balance of power.
PML-N government is on the way down - and possibly out, public opinion survey carried out across Pakistan finds.
Uncertainty and death stalk the Hazaras wherever they go.
Explore Herald's interactive overview of the impact of operations and development on local communities.
Ruling over women through rape is common, what makes it worse is the state signalling rapists can get away with impunity
Aahad Nayani is the guy to have on the drums when it comes to international gigs ... just ask Strings!
A rapacious market for antiques threatens a historic city in Sindh
The river could well be in the throes of stupor before death. Rather than sleeping, the Indus could be dying.
Let your vote determine who will be Herald's person of the year from this selection of people who redefined Pakistan.
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Zardari made history by becoming the first elected civilian president to complete his constitutional tenure
Lyari’s diverse music scene draws influences from political and ethnic transformations that Pakistan has gone through.
The classic song, originally sung by Yaqub Atif Bulbula, became a massive hit amongst youth in the 60s.
A benchmark in ghazal gayeki, who sadly spent the last decade of his life in a long battle of fighting ailments.
Riots, target killings, bombs – Karachi has seen it all. Behind the scenes are medical staff in chaotic emergence wards.