Secret military courts were first set up after the Peshawar school massacre in 2014.
Closing the border crossings chokes off key trading routes for landlocked Afghanistan.
Pakistan blocked Facebook in 2010 after a social media competition to draw Mohammad went viral.
Pakistan has opposed some of these projects before, saying they violate a World Bank-mediated treaty on the sharing of the Indus river.
India's human rights delegate Nabanita Chakrabarti blasted Pakistan for allegedly sponsoring terror and mistreating minorities.
Blasphemy is a criminal offense in Pakistan that can carry the death penalty.
Sources in the transgender community in Saudi Arabia had told Trans Action Pakistan the two Pakistani women were packed in sacks by police and then beaten to death with sticks.
Mumtaz Qadri killed Salman Taseer in 2011 for criticizing Pakistan's strict blasphemy laws.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed blamed American foreign policy and civilian deaths for attacks.
A Pakistani official said that the fear of U.S. action against Pakistan was a factor in the decision to detain Islamist leader Hafiz Saeed.
The ban will be used to capriciously target individuals for political reasons.
Rights groups say the Obama administration has downplayed the number of civilian casualties.
Zeenat Rafiq was killed as punishment for marrying without her family's consent.
An unexplained shortage of the injectable version of the vaccine slows attempts to kill polio in Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan.
Bollywood director tells Newsweek why he hopes to reach a more global audience.
Women make up just over a fifth of Pakistan's workforce.
The fire broke out at the four-star Regent Plaza Hotel on Monday morning.
The president-elect was full of praise for Sharif and offered his "personal help" for unspecified problems.
Army boss Raheel Sharif is stepping down for Qamar Javed Bajwa in a rare peaceful transition.