Neatly nestled amidst the immaculately kept 'Bahishti Maqbara' cemetery in Rabwah, is the final resting place of Professor Abdus Salam, Pakistan's first Nobel Laureate and the first Muslim to receive the prize. The headstone markingShow More Summary
(Restaurant | Lahore, Pakistan) Restaurant | Lahore, Pakistan Categories: At The Checkout Money Tags: Restaurant Restaurant | Lahore, Pakistan(I’m at a really popular fast food restaurant that sells sandwiches as subs. I’m here to buy only a cookie as they sell really good cookies and the store is right next to my house. Show More Summary
Workers at a sewing factory near Lahore, Pakistan. Photo credit: Haris Sagheer and Salman Alam Khan A few months back, the New York Times Sunday Review published an opinion by Emily Matchar, entitled "Sorry, Etsy. That Handmade Scarf Won't Save the World." Co-owners of an ethical fashion brand, my partner and I devoured the article. Show More Summary
The Pakistani Government’s push towards expansion of renewable energy infrastructure and direct negotiations with foreign governments has yielded results in terms of increased investment. Foreign investors have poured $3 billion over...Show More Summary
Former Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar on Pakistan’s role in the so-called "war on Terror".
A law group in Pakistan is pressing criminal charges against a Muslim family that allegedly beat and left naked on the streets an 8-year-old Christian girl, in order to punish her uncle.
KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) - Gunmen killed two Pakistani soldiers in the southern city of Karachi on Tuesday, the military said, a rare attack on the powerful army that could indicate the beginning of a push-back against a tightening crackdown on violence.
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan is hoping to improve its rocky relations with neighboring Pakistan over the next few months as a prelude to a possible return to stalled peace talks with Taliban insurgents, President Ashraf Ghani told a French television station.
Bangladesh executed two senior opposition leaders earlier this month for perpetrating crimes against humanity during the country’s savage 1971 war of independence from Pakistan. Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party and Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid of the Jamaat-e-Islami party were hanged at Dhaka Central Jail despite ongoing concerns [...]
Even though Pakistan remains an important mobile market, BlackBerry has announced that they will be formally withdrawing from the country.
Let's chat about cricket. You know, that game that's a lot like baseball except it takes four days and has goofy position names like "silly mid-off" and "deep fine leg." If you know nothing about cricket then know this: To score a run you need to hit the ball and change places with another batsman across from you. Show More Summary
Salman Toor’s insular scenes of life in Pakistan have vanished.
BlackBerry is getting booted out of Pakistan after the smartphone manufacturer could not reach a satisfactory agreement with the government over a privacy issue.
BlackBerry today announced it would cease operations in Pakistan and exit completely by Dec. 30. The move comes after the Pakistan government asked the smartphone maker to give it unfettered access to its secure BlackBerry Enterprise...Show More Summary
The Canadian company has taken a stand against demands for "backdoor" access to it services, including encrypted email and messages.
Pakistan wants backdoor access to BlackBerry's encrypted services, but the Canadian company won't comply.
The troubled smartphone manufacturer says it would rather leave the market than compromise users’ privacy.
BlackBerry's BES shut down gets extended by a month in Pakistan, as the company prepares to exit the country.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - The leaders of Pakistan and Afghanistan met in Paris on Monday to discuss ways to resurrect peace talks with Taliban insurgents and to improve relations between the neighbors that soured earlier in the year after a string of militant attacks in Kabul.