Solmaz Sharif: The War Poet
Solmaz Sharif has been nominated for a National Book Award for "Look," her first book of poetry.
Taliban Leader May Have Been in Iran, Pakistan Hints
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who confirms Pakistan didn't have advance warning of strike, calls operation a 'violation of Pakistan's sovereignty.'
Pakistani Opposition Leader Admits Off-Shore Company
Imran Khan criticized for hypocrisy after slamming PM Nawaz Sharif for links to off-shore companies.
Pakistan's Sharif Lost 'Moral Authority' to Rule: Khan
Imran Khan threatens protests against the Pakistan prime minister due to revelations in the Panama Papers scandal.
India's Modi Makes a Surprise Visit to Pakistan
It was the first time an Indian Prime Minister had visited Pakistan since 2004.
Afghanistan Wants Pakistan's Help to Revive Peace Talks With Taliban
But news of a major Taliban attack in Afghanistan dimmed hopes of dialogue.
More U.S. Jets Won't Solve Pakistan's Crippling Woes
Pakistan's twin, Bangladesh, chose a different, more prosperous and healthy path.
India and Pakistan: Jaw-Jaw Not War-War
To start seriously talking is the only way out of the destructive long-running standoff.
What Omar Had Aplenty, Leo and Tom Totally Lack
What happened to romantic movie heroes who could wear a tuxedo with conviction?
Hundreds Die in India and Pakistan After Heaviest Rain in 50 Years
At least 420 people have been killed with thousands still trapped on rooftops, amid criticism of Indian and Pakistani authorities
Half of Pakistani Lawmakers Don't Pay Taxes: Report
A third of those who did pay taxes had discrepancies between income and tax declarations, including Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.