Khan is only allowed to express his Pakistani identity in public because he’s ‘made it’. But working-class Muslims have not earned that same right to freedom of expression
Television channels and radio stations must comply to new rules or face legal action, despite Government concerns over a growing population
'A husband should be allowed to lightly beat his wife if she defies his commands and refuses to dress up as per his desires'
The poor woman was lured to an offender’s house with the promise of charity
His death will be a blow to friends in the Pakistani military and security establishment and the start of a renewed US engagement in Afghanistan – a war which President Obama had pledged to end
Ayad Akhtar's The Invisible Hand, at the Tricycle Theatre in London, tells the story of a kidnapped American banker
The US' killing of the extremist leader on Pakistanti soil, close to the border with Afghanistan, was a 'violation of sovereignty', its officials have said
'I am an Egyptian, Muslim woman who waited until she was 29 to have sex and has been making up for lost time,' says Mona Eltahawy
'London has risen above discrimination and bigotry and emerged as great centre of human civilisation setting a great example for the world'
The owner said he mixed poison with the sweets to 'teach his brother a lesson'
At least 13 members of the traditional tribal council known as the jirga are being held over the killing
Abdul Basit’s mother tells The Independent his ‘life has become a bigger punishment than death’
Police suspect the confectionery contained pesticides
Mr Jalal believes he has been targeted with five drone strikes in Waziristan since 2010
The Labour candidate for Mayor of London said 'there is a question to be asked about what is going on in those homes'