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The blasts took place in Karachi, Quetta and Parachinar.
Kumbh ke mele mein bichhre bhai?
'Karachi, You're Killing Me!' will leave you in splits.
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"Any time Pakistan-India or Kashmir tensions flare, these groups mobilise in the heart of the city."
"He first threw a grenade to cause panic and then blew himself up."
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Muhammad Khalid Akhtar was one of Urdu's most popular writers.
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Former Pakistan Ambassador to the US, Husain Haqqani recently tweeted about human rights violations in the two major disputed areas of India and Pakistan: "Dear Indians and Pakistanis, human rights violations are wrong whether in Kashmir or Baluchistan. Stop using one to stop discussion of other." He is right.
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Lost and found in the India-Pakistan hall of mirrors.
Remember the feeling of being uncomfortable within the confines of your home? Checking every window twice over to make sure they are shut properly, there's not as much of a crack through which anyone...
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KARACHI -- Residents in Karachi, Pakistan, were in a state of panic on Friday following two grenade explosions. The explosions occurred in the Gulshan-i-Iqbal and Karimabad areas of Karachi, reports D...
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KARACHI -- Police in Pakistan's commercial capital Karachi have reportedly launched a hunt for at least 20 rich and bored wives accused of funding the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) attac...
On 30 January 2013 my husband was abducted by six men in broad daylight on his way back from work, about 1.5 km from our house in Defense, apparently one of Karachi's "safest" and "poshest" districts, making me realise how fluid and relative the term "safe" really is and how vulnerable our concocted cocoons actually are.
These incidents prove that Pakistan is gradually becoming a dangerous place to live, especially for minorities. They may own a Pakistani National Identity Card or passport, and treated as brethren by their neighbours, but who will explain this to the killers?
NEW DELHI — Prime Minister Narendra Modi today condemned the attack in Karachi in which people from minority Shia Ismaili community were targeted and said India stands firmly with the people of Pakist...
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KARACHI — Gunmen on motorcycles opened fire on a bus in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi on Wednesday, killing at least 43 people, police said, in the latest attack directed against religious minor...
KARACHI — Gunmen shot dead a Pakistani human rights activist on Friday after she hosted a talk on the politics of Baluchistan province, where security forces are fighting a separatist insurgency, poli...