England set Pakistan 565 to win - and more significantly left them 11 hours and 185 overs to save the game
His sufi rock band, Junoon, has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide and was likened to U2 by The New York Times’ music critic. But despite collaborating with such music superstars as... To view the full story, click the title link.
Pakistan received a major boost in its endeavour to expand renewable energy infrastructure as Canada agreed to set up large-scale solar power projects in one of the country’s provinces. According media reports, the can Canadian government...Show More Summary
Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez is set to undergo re-testing on his bowling action
Pakistan's first innings went from bad to worse on the third morning at Old Trafford
By James M. Dorsey A Turkish demand that Pakistan close 28 primary and secondary schools associated with controversial, self-exiled Turkish preacher Fethullah Gulen has put the government in Islamabad in a quandary as it attempts toShow More Summary
Joe Root, having put his Test summer back on course on the opening day of the Old Trafford Test, reasserted his resolve on the second as England sought to pile up an impregnable first innings score against Pakistan
A 139-run third-wicket partnership between opener Jaahid Ali and captain Babar Azam set up a four-wicket win for Pakistan A over Sri Lanka A in Northampton
Following last week's "honor killing" of internet star Qandeel Baloch, Pakistan's government says it will be passing legislation specifically targeting those who commit similar crimes.
Mushtaq Ahmed, Pakistan's bowling coach, believes that Yasir Shah struggled with the expectation of backing up his matchwinning display at Lord's
England, unbeaten at Old Trafford since 2001, won the toss and chose to bat on a warm day in Manchester at the start of the second Investec Test against Pakistan
England take on Pakistan as the Second Test of their four-Test cricket series will stream live from Manchester, England, with the hosts desperate to bounce back after a comprehensive, 75-run defeat inside of the fourth day in the series opening match at Lord’s last week. Show More Summary
Paul R. Pillar Security, Americas Doing nothing is better than doing the only thing available. A recent study by Emily Manna about drone strikes and terrorism in Pakistan warrants attention as a useful contribution to discussion of the...Show More Summary
Pakistan's Interior Minister is concerned Indian intelligence may be using social media to spread rumours that could bring down the morale of Pakistani forces. Five experts review and respond to Naked Diplomacy: Power and StatecraftShow More Summary
A Pakistani parliamentary committee approved on Thursday a long-delayed draft legislation against so-called honor killings.
MQ-25 Stingray: The USN has made it official that the new tanker drone will be the MQ-25a Stingray instead of CBARS. Fifth Generation Fighters: Why the 5th gen is so critical to aerial combat these days.TFX:Pakistan may be interested in buying the Turkish TFX fighter. Show More Summary
The resource rich and Muslim-dominated territory has been the source of several conflicts between the two nuclear powers and remains among the world’s most dangerous border flashpoints.
Pakistan is on the brink of approving a law against "honor killings" days after Qandeel Baloch, a popular society media celebrity who challenged the country’s conservative views of women, was strangled to death by her brother. On Wednesday,...Show More Summary
Umair Jamal Coups, South Asia Essentially, public approval of the miitary is used as a deterrent against the elected government. A week ago, banners requesting the military’s takeover of the country were put all across Islamabad, Pakistan’s capital. Show More Summary
[Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post comes from an immigrant Warrior Mom from Pakistan. A practicing Muslim, her family doesn’t discuss mental health, so she struggled to make sense of what was happening after her baby was born. -Jenna]...Show More Summary