Dawn.com's special coverage of events defining the year 2014.
Hundreds of thousands of children remained unvaccinated across the country as 2014 saw a record number of polio cases.
In a society where disability is rarely accommodated, an institute in Pakistan is changing the way people think
The vast majority of government school teachers acknowledge that absenteeism and ‘ghost teachers’ are a serious problem
It is imperative that Pakistanis understand local militant groups and their interrelations.
With deaths mounting and cities flooding as late monsoon rains lash Punjab and Azad Kashmir, experts are once again...
CIA drone strikes have killed more than 2,500 people in the tribal areas of North Pakistan over the past decade.
Global public opinion about the United States, China and the international balance of power.
“The Kalasha people are not relics to be put up in museums.”
The river could well be in the throes of stupor before death. Rather than sleeping, the Indus could be dying.
Lyari’s diverse music scene draws influences from political and ethnic transformations that Pakistan has gone through.
Dawn.com takes a look at politicians who have switched loyalties from January onwards, ahead of the general elections.
When Martin Javed Michael reached Joseph Colony on the evening of March 8, 2013, he could smell fear in the air.