In “The Nine Lives of Pakistan,” Declan Walsh, a foreign correspondent for The Times, profiles some of the country’s powerful and contentious figures and investigates why his work eventually got him kicked out.
“Bend It Like Beckham” gave me a vision of my romantic future. My future had other ideas.
The country debates women’s honor inexhaustibly but pays little attention to the ferocious and imminent dangers of climate disasters.
The country’s worst industrial fire killed more than 260 people in 2012. Victims’ relatives said the real culprits had escaped justice.
Roll call becomes a roster of absences. Some students write fantasies of escape. Can a new life begin when you are confined with siblings and parents?
Police and paramilitary forces surrounded the exchange during an hourlong firefight in which at least four security officers and four attackers were reported to have been killed.
Officials were using DNA samples to identify many of the 97 bodies pulled from rubble and smoldering wreckage after a flight went down in a congested neighborhood near Karachi.
The plane, an Airbus A320, crashed in a residential area near the Karachi airport, officials said.
In Pakistan, descendants of lower-caste Hindus who converted to Christianity centuries ago still find themselves marginalized, relegated to dirty jobs and grim fates.
Stigmatized as vectors of contagion in some countries, health care workers have been assaulted, abused and ostracized.
“Warm up your own food!” Some things Pakistani women say make Pakistani men really angry.