Pakistan's foreign ministry said US President Trump has written a letter to Prime Minister Khan seeking Islamabad's support in securing a "negotiated settlement" to the Afghan war.
A Pakistani Christian woman who spent eight years on death row for blasphemy has been freed from jail after an acquittal that triggered Islamist protests.
The husband of a Pakistani Christian woman at the center of a divisive blasphemy case on Saturday criticized a government deal with Islamists that left her in legal limbo.
Imran Khan wants Pakistanis to crowdfund a whopping $14 billion for desperately needed dams, a plea capitalizing on nationalist fervor.
Press freedom is under pressure in Pakistan, where journalists face intimidation by the powerful army accompanied by violence which often pushes them to self-censure.
The party that won the July election in Pakistan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), is struggling to address allegations of promoting misogynist ideology.
During his victory speech, Pakistan's prime minister to be called for “mutually beneficial” and “more balanced” ties with Washington. To make this reality, his government will need to…
After Pakistan's cricket hero-turned-politician Imran Khan claimed victory in July in the country’s tense general election, Pakistani religious minority groups started bracing for a fight.
Twelve schools were attacked overnight by unknown assailants in Pakistan's northern Gilgit Baltistan region, raising fears of increasing extremism.
Much has been written as to why we should expect major changes from Pakistan’s new Prime Minister, but these expectations are misplaced.
A relatively new anti-blasphemy party whose leader has reportedly vowed to nuke the Netherlands should he ever come to power did surprisingly well in Pakistan's elections last week, which…
To reach peace in Afghanistan, there must be equal focus on both the internal peace dialogue as well as building a regional consensus.
When former cricket star Imran Khan becomes Pakistan's prime minister, he will inherit a looming financial crisis that may hinder his agenda.
A group of Pakistani political parties announced a protest demanding new elections following allegations of rigging in this week's nationwide polls.
Pakistan cricket hero Imran Khan declared victory in elections amid claims of ''rigging.'' Khan promised to root out corruption during his term.
Pakistan's military fanned out across the country ahead of Wednesday's election, deploying hundreds of thousands of troops to oversee polling stations.
The US and Pakistan have lost their touch and are engaged in diplomatic dissension that has recently led to both countries restricting the movement of each other's diplomats.
More than 20 percent of girls in Pakistan are forced to marry before the age of 18, a problem that “is more dangerous than terrorism and is related to the future" of the country.
A British mother who duped her daughter into travelling to Pakistan to enter a forced marriage was sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison.
Based on the current plight, envisioning Pakistan as an inclusive and tolerant society where the community will overlook differences of sect, language, caste, creed, and opinions, remains…