More than 260 Indians have been reported dead
Lack of advance warnings of Kashmir's heaviest rainfall in fifty years contribute to huge death toll
At least 420 people have been killed with thousands still trapped on rooftops, amid criticism of Indian and Pakistani authorities
Security forces have placed several provinces on alert in response to home-grown Islamic militancy
Anti-government protesters seized a national TV channel after clashing with authorities in Islamabad
Khan's vehicle was hit as tens of thousands of protesters from two anti-government movements converged on Islamabad with security tight
India's Central Bureau of Investigations is investigating the company for what might amount to an inadvertent breach of national security
On a trip to Nigeria, the Pakistani rights activist pledged to help free the girls abducted by Boko Haram
The assault on Jinnah International Airport in Karachi all but destroys prospects for peace talks
The 18-year-old woman was shot and thrown in a canal in an attempted "honor killing" because she married a neighbor she loved
The widower of Farzana Iqbal, whose own family beat her to death, recalls the love he felt for her-- and admits that he killed his first wife
Police said her father, two brothers and a former fiance were among the attackers who threw bricks at her
The ceasefire started on March 1, but will end because of continued arrests, the Taliban said
The baby's grandfather, Muhammad Yasin, and his three sons still face the charges
In a heavily targeted area of northwest Pakistan, a child's expressionless face stares up from a giant field
Pakistan sees nuclear energy as key to its efforts to solve power shortages that have crippled its economy.
A third of those who did pay taxes had discrepancies between income and tax declarations, including Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
He tried to pull the plug on Pakistan's nuclear bomb program. His career blew up instead.