She was known to many young women as ‘big sister Zahra’; they looked to her for advice
Imran Khan has blamed a political rival based in Britain for the murder of a politician from his own party who was shot dead outside her house in Karachi on Saturday night.
Yousaf Raza Gilani's son, Ali Haider, who is running for parliament, was at a small gathering of supporters when gunmen struck
Former leader has shoe thrown at him in court as he faces conspiracy charges
Tens of thousands of people rallied in Pakistan's largest city yesterday in support of Malala Yousufzai, the 14-year-old girl shot and critically wounded by the Taliban last week for promoting girls' education and criticising the Islamist group.
Pilot was preparing to land when the plane crashed in bad weather on farmland near capital
His name is Vinod ... Agent Vinod. He can shoot two pistols simultaneously while diving through the air, disarm nuclear weapons and drive sports cars at terrifying speeds through narrow streets without breaking sweat.
Dwindling crowds have put five-day game in crisis but Pakistan's revival offers some hope
Pakistani authorities are investigating a video that appears to show paramilitary forces shooting dead an unarmed teenager.
Syed Saleem Shahzad had strong hands.
Saleem Shahzad had warned that the authorities might act against him and revealed a previous threat
A middle-aged nonentity, a political failure outstripped by history – by the millions of Arabs demanding freedom and democracy in the Middle East – died in Pakistan yesterday. And then the world went mad.
Militants launched a gun and bomb attack on the anti-terrorist police headquarters in Pakistan's largest city yesterday, killing at least 26 people and injuring more than 100 others. Six armed men fought a gun battle with police before a truck filled with explosive rammed the headquarters of Karachi's Criminal Investigation Department, detonated and levelled the building.
Police investigating the murder of a Pakistani politician released an e-fit of one of his suspected attackers today.
As one of Britain's most prominent exiled Pakistani politicians and the subject of long-standing death threats, Imran Farooq was always cautious about his security. He regularly changed addresses, rented homes under assumed names and, occasionally, employed a bodyguard.
Australian players have threatened not to sign contracts with Cricket Australia next year if the board deducts 10 per cent from their Indian Premier League salaries.