Amidst tensions in Europe, the "rebalance" to Asia, and high-stakes diplomacy and conflict in the Middle East, the question of stability in Pakistan continues to shadow Washington. Specifically, as the United States draws down its forces...Show More Summary
KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — From his home off a dirt road cluttered with trash in Pakistan's teeming city of Karachi, policeman Didar Ahmed's son shows the bloodstained jacket his father was wearing when gunmen cut him and three colleagues down in a hail of bullets last month.
WASHINGTON: The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress today of a possible Foreign Military Sale to Pakistan for a C-130 Fleet Upgrade Program and associated equipment, parts, training and logistical support for an estimated cost of $100 million. The Government […]
Roshan Ghimire, a contributor to Story South Asia, a website dedicated to all things South Asia, interviewed me about the conflict in Balochistan. Renowned Pakistani journalist Ahmed Rashid recently described the battle in Balochistan...Show More Summary
UN report says civilian deaths in 2013 increase in two nations, but no evidence of any similar casualty in Pakistan.
Telenor Pakistan’s Recruitment team from Human Capital Division held an hour long digital interactive session with their Facebook and Twitter audience. The team consisting of Director HR Shared Services Mohsin Nishat, Assistant Manager...Show More Summary
Obsolete Pakistani C-130 models are due for an upgrade.
September 18, 2011, 7:30 in the morning -- a humid, overcast Sunday in Hong Kong: I am 36 hours into my labor with my first child when the doctor arrives to tell me they are going to perform an emergency C-section. My labor isn't progressing and the baby is starting to tire. Show More Summary
An interesting map of just how far the Malaysian Air flight could have flown - Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Somalia...
Sayed-Askar Mousavi was born in 1956. He has spent much of his life in exile. He went to high school in Iran, lived in exile in India and Pakistan, and received a Master's Degree and a doctorate from the University of Oxford, where he was a senior member of St Antony's College. Show More Summary
Stunning. Simply stunning. Who knew cricket could be such a trendsetter in the field of advanced statistics? Of course, the question ESPN's debate shows would ask about this statistic is "did Pakistan win the game... or did India lose it?" Skip Bayless wouldn't dare to suggest that MS Dhoni lacks the clutch gene. H/T cricketxno
Mina Sohail met up with a group of atheists in Lahore, Pakistan and shares their stories at Tablet. What's striking is how all of them refuse to be identified by their full name -- they don't want to face any punishment -- yet their Facebook group continues to grow:
This morning's key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com North Korea's Kim Jong-un reelected with 100% of the vote Terrorist bombings continue in Pakistan despite so-called 'cease-fire' Outrage growing in Pakistan as famine kills hundreds...Show More Summary
An astonishing selection of seven Sadequain (1937-1987) paintings are the key items in the Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art section of Bonhams Indian and Islamic Art sale on April 8 in London. Sadequain was one of the first modern artists from Pakistan to achieve international fame and at the relatively early age of thirty-one. Show More Summary
It took a young girl from Pakistan to help me identify the incredible courage women possess today.
Iran has hanged 16 people as revenge for an attack near the Pakistani border. The New Straits Times reports that gunmen killed at least 14 border guards in the mountains of Sistan-Baluchestan in the southeast of the country. In retaliation, Iran announced it had hanged 16 "rebels" held in a prison in the region. Show More Summary
The Bargain From the Bazaar By Haroon K. Ullah PUBLICAFFAIRS Western discussion of Pakistan tends to focus on geopolitics and terrorism. In this refreshing break from the policy stuff, Haroon Ullah, a Pakistani American scholar and diplomat,...Show More Summary
Nokia Lumia 1520 was introduced in the global market, in November 2013. It made its way to Pakistan last month at the Nokia Bigger Is Better event in Karachi. I have spent my fair share of time with the device to write a detailed Nokia Lumia 1520 review. Show More Summary