Press Freedom

Fears grow for Pakistani journalist missing in Sweden

Sajid Hussain, who escaped Balochistan province in 2012 and was living in self-imposed exile, went missing on March 2.

Fears grow for Pakistani journalist missing in Sweden

Coronavirus pandemic

Pakistan daily wagers struggle to survive in coronavirus lockdown

Daily wage workers and poor face hunger as authorities in Pakistan impose lockdown to check the spread of COVID-19.

Pakistan daily wagers struggle to survive in coronavirus lockdown

Coronavirus pandemic

UK nationals with critical health conditions stranded in Pakistan

Islamabad has restricted the border to contain COVID-19, stranding UK travellers, some of whom need medicine to survive.

UK nationals with critical health conditions stranded in Pakistan

Pakistan

Pakistan's BRT transport project delayed amid corruption claims

PM Imran Khan's provincial government blamed for delays to rapid transport project as probe reveals officials pocketed millions in kickbacks.

Coronavirus pandemic

Pakistani doctors decry lack of supplies as lockdown looms

Doctors raise alert over personal protection equipment shortage, as Taftan quarantine camp remains at centre of spread.

Pakistani doctors decry lack of supplies as lockdown looms

NewsFeed

Coronavirus: Inside Pakistan's Taftan quarantine camp

A rare look inside a camp that has become the epicentre of Pakistan's coronavirus outbreak.

Pakistan

Pakistan PM urges US to halt sanctions on coronavirus-hit Iran

Imran Khan implores Washington, which issued fresh sanctions this week, to ease action as Iran struggles with COVID-19.

Pakistan PM urges US to halt sanctions on coronavirus-hit Iran

Coronavirus pandemic

Friday prayer at home for most but some risk infection at mosques

Most major mosques worldwide close doors to Muslim worshippers for 'Jummah', but there were bouts of communal praying.

Friday prayer at home for most but some risk infection at mosques

Coronavirus pandemic

South Asia snapshot: How bad is the coronavirus outbreak?

The number of coronavirus cases in South Asia has so far remained low but experts say things could get worse.

South Asia snapshot: How bad is the coronavirus outbreak?

Coronavirus pandemic

Pakistan PM: 'Cannot afford' to shut down cities over coronavirus

Imran Khan has called upon his countrymen 'not to panic' amid a spike in coronavirus cases in the country.

Pakistan PM: 'Cannot afford' to shut down cities over coronavirus

Arts & Culture

What kind of art is the Pakistani state afraid of?

Artists say they are increasingly facing censorship as films, a book and art exhibitions stalled by security agents.

What kind of art is the Pakistani state afraid of?

Coronavirus pandemic

Pakistan's spike in coronavirus cases raises quarantine concerns

Some of those quarantined after returning from Iran question lack of doctors, hygiene issues at camp.

Pakistan's spike in coronavirus cases raises quarantine concerns

NewsFeed

Coronavirus: Pakistani family hands out masks in Hong Kong

Meet the Pakistani family in Hong Kong giving away thousands of face masks and sanitary products to those in need.

Opinion

For Pakistan, the Taliban-US deal is an opportunity for stability

For the first time since the Soviet invasion in 1979, Pakistan can expect stability along its border with Afghanistan.

Tom Hussain

by Tom Hussain

Tom Hussain

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Pakistan FM Qureshi: US and Taliban must honour their agreement

Shah Mehmood Qureshi on the Afghan conflict and Pakistan's political and economic relationships with its neighbours.