The site appears to have avoided previous criticism of being slow or selective in when the feature gets turned on – but this time sent the notifications across the world, to many people who have never been to Pakistan
A Taliban splinter group has claimed responsibility for the explosion which took place as Christian families gathered in the park to celebrate Easter
Two men have been cleared of threatening to blow up a plane after a judge ruled they had no case to answer.
Action follows specific threat, which is ‘not related to other embassy closures’
Contrary to initial reports politician has not fractured his skull
The body of an Indian man convicted more than 20 years ago in Pakistan on terrorism and spying charges, is being flown back to India after he died following an attack in a jail in Lahore. The incident has the potential to fuel the opinions of hardliners on both side of the border.
Muslim mob goes on arson rampage in Lahore after alleged blasphemy
The prime minister of Pakistan is again at the centre of controversy – this time over allegations that he instructed officials to drop murder charges against the owner of a Karachi factory where 259 people died in a fire.
You need a rope and crampons to scale the stats mountain he compiled
Students at a school torched by religious fanatics are back in lessons – on the pavement outside
Lahore is following cities as diverse as London, Tehran and Moscow in introducing women-only facilities. But do 'gender ghettos' make women more or less free?
From master of the universe to Islamist: a fresh view on war on terror
Dwindling crowds have put five-day game in crisis but Pakistan's revival offers some hope
The former cricketing legend Imran Khan took another stride closer to his ambition of becoming Pakistan's next leader after a fresh slew of prominent politicians joined his Movement for Justice Party.
When looking for an excellent translation of a work of fiction from Switzerland or Germany, a volume of philosophy from France, or narratives from the languages of the African continent, do your thoughts turn to Kolkata? Perhaps they should. Long regarded as a city of literature and learning, the metropolis by the Hooghly has another string to its erudite bow, still too well-kept a secret in Britain: Seagull Books.
Begum Nusrat Bhutto was the wife of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan between 1973 and 1977. She suffered not only his loss, when he was hanged in April 1979 by General Zia ul Haq, but the early deaths of both her sons and of her daughter Benazir, leaving only one child, a daughter, to survive her. The beautiful Iranian-born matriarch became a focus for Bhutto's supporters during his trial and after, and petitioned the country's Supreme Court against the imposition of martial law, but lived to see her children and grandchildren bitterly divided.