Given the similarities between Afghanistan and Pakistan's situations, what lessons can Islamabad learn from Kabul?
On Qandeel Baloch's one year death anniversary, we look back at our interview with her two days before she died
How Pakistani-Americans are making their interfaith and interracial marriages work
"I rebelled. I said 'I'm going to marry whomever I want.'"
Their organisation also supports Pakistani physicians who wish to work or study in the US.
"We feel we are being watched," says qawwal's brother, Azmat Sabri.
Prominent Indian news outlets conjure up connection between Kashmir struggle and Mumbai underworld.
The wounds from the March 3, 2009 attack, which suspended nearly all intl cricket in Pakistan, have never quite healed.
IN a damning report on “forced repatriation” of Afghan refugees, the Human Rights Watch (HRW) calls on the...
Police abuses, cash grants and political tensions have led to the world's largest unlawful forced return of refugees.
Trust has served 16,500 refugees in three days, plans to set up roti plant in Syria and adopt needy households.
Police data shows deployment of personnel and provision of necessary equipment may improve crime-fighting ability.
PIA spokesman says two ATRs parked close together may have caused confusion. 'Coach driver dropped her at wrong bay.'
The former president is expected to address a rally at the old Jinnah terminal in Karachi upon arrival.
Perpetrators, facilitators of forceful religious conversions to serve jail time.
Police lets Gandapur go, dozens of PTI protesters arrested trying to reach Bani Gala.
Qureshi tells Dawn.com he hailed PM Nawaz's UN speech as 'balanced and comprehensive'.
Number of mobile internet users more than doubles in one year.
Telecom authority says smartphone maker has not obtained "type-approval" for phone sets in Pakistan.
KARACHI: The US State Department at a press briefing on Thursday avoided answering a question about comments made by...