Asia

India-Pakistan railway: Samjhauta Express train service restored

A friendship train that almost derailed because of recent tensions between India and Pakistan is back on track.

Pakistan

Missing climbers found dead on Pakistan's 'killer' peak

Bodies of Italian and British climbers found at a height of 5,900 metres, two weeks after losing contact with base camp.

Missing climbers found dead on Pakistan's Nanga Parbat

Pakistan

India-Pakistan tensions: All the latest updates

Crackdown on outlawed groups by Pakistan not enough, says India as ties between nuclear-armed neighbours remain tense.

India-Pakistan tensions: All the latest updates

Pakistan

Pakistan wants ICC action against India for wearing army caps

Pakistan says ICC should take notice of Indian cricketers wearing army camouflage caps during an ODI against Australia.

Pakistan wants ICC action against India for wearing army caps

Asia

India-Pakistan crisis includes war on facts and alternative facts

Though India and Pakistan retreated from the brink of war, an information conflict is on over tit-for-tat air raids.

India-Pakistan crisis includes war on facts and alternative facts

Asia

Pakistan begins crackdown on groups accused of violence

Islamabad insists the initiative has nothing to do with the recent standoff with India.

International Women's Day

Pakistani women march for equality, gender justice

Thousands of women rally across several cities to demand more safety and better working conditions.

Pakistani women hold 'aurat march' for equality, gender justice

Pakistan

Outrage as 'honour-killing' whistle-blower shot dead in Pakistan

Afzal Kohistani had said a tribal council ordered executions of women after video emerged of them singing and clapping.

Outrage as 'honour-killing' whistle-blower shot dead in Pakistan

Pakistan

Why women in Pakistan struggle to get 'divorced with dignity'

A British colonial-era law is being exploited by men attempting to force their spouses back into unhappy marriages.

Why women in Pakistan struggle to get 'divorced with dignity'

Kashmir

'I lost four sons': In Kashmir, women suffer brunt of conflict

Women's Day is a grim reminder of atrocities and hardships faced by the women of the region in decades-long conflict.

'I lost four sons': In Kashmir, women suffer brunt of conflict

India

Images show JeM buildings intact after Indian attack

Satellite imagery shows at least six Jaish-e-Muhammad structures still standing on March 4 - six days after air raids.

Images show madrasa buildings standing after Indian attack claim

Pakistan

Pakistan arrests scores in fresh crackdown on armed groups

Ministry of Interior says 44 members of banned organisations arrested, including relatives of JeM chief Masood Azhar.

Pakistan arrests scores in fresh crackdown on armed groups

Pakistan

Pakistan to freeze assets of armed groups

New regulation formalises process for seizure of assets of any armed group or individual, including Jaish-e-Muhammad.

Pakistan to freeze assets of UN-sanctioned armed groups

Weather

Flash floods in Afghanistan, Pakistan kill at least 45 people

At least 25 people killed in Pakistan and 20 in Afghanistan after heavy rains, flash floods and snowfall.

Pakistan

No sign of climbers missing on 'killer' Nanga Parbat

Search team to use drones after military helicopters do not find Italian and British mountaineers on Nanga Parbat.

Hopes fade for climbers missing on 'killer mountain' Nanga Parbat