As foreign secretaries of both countries prepare to talk, there is a groundswell of opinion, even in...
US opinion is divided over a think-tank's report seeking dramatic policy changes in South Asia
The President formalises the military's role in the government
The caretaker Prime Minister's support to Imran Khan raises suspicions about the establishment backing him
A month before national elections, the caretaker government struggles to fulfil promises
The erstwhile prime minister is attacked by a hostile administration
As the country plunges into confusion, President Leghari tries to weaken Benazirpolitically
With Benazir Bhuttos dismissal, political uncertainty once again takes over Pakistan. And many wonder...
The Pakistani military still decides the fate of elected rulers
Forced on the backfoot by an insistent President Leghari, Benazir Bhutto tries to put her house in order
What implications will Mir Murtaza Bhutto's death have for the Benazir Government?
Pakistan keeps Kashmir on the UN agenda-for now
Against a collapsing economy, corruption and sectarian violence, the Opposition raises its pitch
Wisner's initiative adds a new twist as Pakistan fumbles for a response to Deve Gowda's letter
After a surprise rendezvous with sister Benazir, Murtaza fails to find common ground
Abdul Qayyum cries foul as he loses power to the PPP in Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir
Foreign cars smuggled in as 'scrap' is big business
That has been Islamabad's reaction to a dialogue with India
Is Benazir Bhutto's offer for talks as well-meaning as it seems?
Benazir fails to outwit Abdul Qayyum on his home turf