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Editorial: Former colony now the coloniser

A communications blackout left people worldwide worried about the fate of their relatives in an area that contains the only Muslim majority in India

Can Imran Khan bring Pakistan in from the diplomatic cold?

Ties with the US cooled further in January when President Donald Trump accused Pakistan of 'lies' and 'duplicity' in the war on terror

Pakistan votes after bitter campaign marred by violence

The vote is meant to be a rare democratic transition of power in the nuclear-armed country

Pakistani PM makes Parliament appearance amid deepening crisis

Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif has called a joint session of Parliament, seeking to reaffirm that he is fully in control, after protests over the weekend.

Pakistan elections: Will this tale have a happy ending?

Can't Pakistani voters tell the difference between a world-famous, charismatic leader and a mere politician who refers to himself in the third person?

Pakistan marks democratic milestone in violence-marred poll

Pakistanis have voted in a landmark test of democracy and have been quickly reminded of the militant violence that plagues the country.

Khan sustains head injury after Pakistan election rally fall

Pakistan's cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has injured his head after falling at a rally just days before national elections, say officials.

Pakistan on the edge

The increasingly strained relations between the army and civilian leadership could lead to a coup.

Imran Khan backs India to lift World Cup

Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan feels India are the favorites to win the upcoming World Cup.

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