Human trafficking

More than 600 Pakistani girls 'sold as brides' to China

At least 629 girls and women sold to Chinese men in a period of two years, AP reports quoting Pakistani investigators.

More than 600 Pakistani girls 'sold as brides' to China

Pakistan

'Love and power': The revival of people's politics in Pakistan

Police may have cracked down on student activists but many remain hopeful that their voices are finally being heard.

'Love and power': The revival of people's politics in Pakistan

Corruption

Pakistan tycoon hands over $248m to settle UK corruption probe

UK's National Crime Agency says assets and cash frozen in the country will be handed over to Pakistani government.

Pakistan tycoon hands over $248m to settle UK corruption probe

AJ Impact

Easy rider: Motorcycles help Pakistani women bypass harassment

Programme promotes women's mobility and economic empowerment with a private alternative to public transport.

Easy rider: Motorcycles help Pakistani women bypass harassment

Jordan

More than a dozen Pakistanis killed in Jordan Valley farm fire

Fire broke out in corrugated iron sheds where two Pakistani families lived in village of al-Shuna al-Janobia.

More than a dozen Pakistanis killed in Jordan Valley farm fire

Sport

Davis Cup: Pakistan's top tennis players boycott India tie

Pakistan sends teenagers to compete against India after ITF moves fixture from Islamabad to Kazakhstan over security.

Davis Cup: Pakistan's top tennis players boycott India tie

Pakistan

Pakistan's top court grants extension to army chief's tenure

Supreme Court rules in favour of six-month extension for General Qamar Javed Bajwa, passes issue back to parliament.

Pakistan's top court grants extension to army chief's tenure

Pakistan

Pakistan's top court temporarily suspends army chief's extension

In a blow to PM Imran Khan, court takes first step towards blocking General Bajwa from serving another three-year term.

Pakistan's top court temporarily suspends army chief's extension

Pakistan

Pakistan's ailing ex-PM flown to London for treatment

Nawaz Sharif, reportedly 'fighting for life', flown in air ambulance to London after bail granted on medical grounds.

Pakistan's ailing ex-PM Sharif flown to London for treatment

India

Indian soldiers killed after avalanche hits Siachen Glacier

At least four soldiers and two civilians die after avalanche hits a patrol team at the world's highest battlefield.

Indian soldiers killed after avalanche hits Siachen Glacier

Cricket

Pakistan to host first test match since 2009 Sri Lanka bus attack

Test cricket makes a return to Pakistan after more than 10 years as Sri Lankan cricket team agrees to tour in December.

Pakistan to host first test match since 2009 Sri Lanka bus attack

Studio B Unscripted

Studio B, Unscripted: With Fatima Bhutto and Marc Lamont Hill

From global pop culture to comparing notes on the ways injustice and oppression work across the world.

Asia

Pakistan anti-government protesters call off Islamabad sit-in

Protest leader Rehman tells supporters to launch 'Plan B', threatening to block several main highways across country.

Pakistan anti-government protesters call off Islamabad sit-in

Religion

Sikhs mark Guru Nanak's 550th birth anniversary in Pakistan

Despite India-Pakistan tensions, hometown of Sikhism's founder draws thousands of Sikhs from India and around the world.

Sikhs mark Guru Nanak's 550th birth anniversary in Pakistan

Pakistan

Guru Nanak and the promise of an inclusive Pakistan

Pakistan reimagines its relationship with its Sikh heritage by opening a key corridor and restoring sites of worship.

Guru Nanak and the promise of an inclusive Pakistan