Mina left her house to visit her sister. Two days later her body was found in the wheat fields.
Pakistan can take its cue from the world to develop super-clusters of entrepreneurs and startups. Here's how.
An online platform seeks to breathe life into the literary scene through self-publishing.
Petty smugglers, forced into the trade out of necessity, do not see trading illegal goods as a crime.
The great boxer was adored by Lyari residents for everything he was.
With no schools and teachers, the state of education in Swat's Mangar Kot village is deplorable.
Grid3D is an ambitious startup with a simple mission: providing reliable and affordable prosthetics to amputees.
Cinemas in Peshawar have largely been reduced to venues where men enjoy regular screenings of blue films.
Although Ambreen's murderers have been arrested, the violent incident has left the region in a grip of fear.
How a local militia was raised to fight the Taliban
It is a strange thing for a father to watch: children who are functional only when the sun is shining.
The phone might not be at par with the big players, but minor issues aside, it's attractive and inexpensive.
Schools, prayer halls and health units are increasingly being damaged by natural disasters.
Swati activists are educating and mobilising women to be more aware of their rights.
Sabeen's most memorable social media posts (and rants).
Experts say scorpion venom is more harmful than any drug— addicts start living in a constant state of delusion.
Our reviewer compares Ufone, Telenor and Mobilink's budget phones.
Peshawar is bracing for an eco-friendly transport system, which experts hope will reduce air and noise pollution.
Khawaja saras fear that if they are tested positive, they will be expelled from their community.
With just a few clicks, any expecting bride and groom can arrange a perfect wedding without losing their mind.
Nestled in a mountainous village, the school has no boundary wall, no toilet, no clean drinking water.
Lahore’s people and their spirit have proved more potent than the intentions of the attackers.
The free app offers simple, one-on-one tutorials to first-time users of the Internet.
Critics say the public holiday should be reserved only for the Hindu community, not extended to the entire province.
Gynecologists blame the use of fertiliser medicines and the custom of marrying late.
Women say that using public transport—especially for those who commute to work and school—is nothing short of an ordeal.
MILVIK's stated mission is to make insurance affordable to low income families.
Pakistan is the fifth deadliest country for road fatalities, but an emergency braking system could help change that.
The recent Punjab Protection of Women Act is being rejected by men who feel it "breaks up society" and "humiliates men".
A new media campaign aims to senstitise people to the plight of ambulance workers, and the importance of giving way.