Khwaja Asif accuses Imran Khan of dividing Pakistanis

Defense Minister Khwaja Asif criticized former Prime Minister Imran Khan for indulging in “politics of hate” and accused him of dividing the nation.

IHC dismisses army’s case against Imaan Hazari after her apology

“She has apologized and regretted it. She has also assured to not commit the offence again,” the court said.

Missing person case: IHC questions ‘state within a state’

"Who is responsible for the enforced disappearances of people? Is there a state operating within the state," says IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah.

IHC expects the complaint against Imaan Mazari-Hazir to be withdrawn

Hearing a petition seeking the dismissal of the Army defamation case against Imaan Mzari-Hazir, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) observed that Imaan Mazari, had used “objectionable language” following the arrest of her mother as her “trauma” had been “exacerbated due to the misleading information and unexplained conduct of police officials”.

PML-N govt wanted to thwart Azadi March: Imran Khan

The PTI Chairman says he had cut short the PTI's 'Azadi March' as he feared the country would have gone towards anarchy.

Woman gang-raped on Karachi bound train

A woman hailing from Karachi’s Orangi Town was allegedly gang-raped by ticket checkers on board Bahauddin Zakariya Express, FIR has been lodged against the suspects on the complaint of the woman and all the three accused have been arrested.

Imaan Mazari-Hazir granted pre-arrest bail in army defamation case

Islamabad High Court granted Imaan Zainab Mazari-Hazir, daughter of former Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari, pre-arrest bail till June 9th in a case filed against her on the charges of "abusing and defaming the senior command of the Pakistan Army".

Journalist Shireen Abu Akleh’s killing: Al Jazeera moves to the International Criminal Court

A legal team has been hired to file a case against the killing of its journalist and bombing of its Gaza office by the Israeli forces

Mediated ceasefire between Pakistan, TTP: Taliban

The Taliban in Afghanistan said they have mediated a temporary ceasefire between Pakistan's government and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) during the talks between the two sides held in Kabul.

US Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib introduces resolution to recognise Nakhba

US Congresswoman calls for recognising the forced expulsion of at least 750,000 Palestinians during Israel's establishment in 1948.

UK expresses misgivings over US “rotten deal” to leave Afghanistan

LONDON, Aug 16  - The humiliation of the lightning Taliban takeover in Afghanistan after a 20-year war that cost hundreds of thousands of lives...

‘Naya Pakistan’ and its cornered tigresses

Society's 'Dunk' or "sting" against women needs to be neutralized. As female participation in the workforce increases, Pakistani society needs to work on the harassment they face outside their homes. Women need enough freedom to work morally, ethically and become able part of society rather than an isolated entity being pushed in a defensive corner now and again, a media anchor argues.