The jihadi campaign in Kashmir appears to be on its last legs, but it has left behind the troubling legacy of a rising Salafism that is in conflict with the region's centuries-old Sufi tradition.
Analysts from Pakistan and India weigh in on the tense relationship between the two burgeoning nuclear powers.
Islamabad is making friends - just not with America.
While the U.S. and much of the rest of the world are focused on thwarting Iran's threat to build a nuclear weapon, the real danger may the full-throttle arms nuclear race between Pakistan and India.
Pakistan has developed the technology to deliver nuclear annihilation upon its neighbors, but it can't deliver simple electricity to its own citizens.
Fans mourn the death of Ghazala Javed, a young woman who defied local traditions to become a popular Pashto singer. She is the latest in a line of artist victims in Pakistan's Swat Valley.
Rough estimates, backed up by scenes at clinics and orphanages, suggest there may be millions of "missing girls" due to families' preference for boys.
A preference for boys over girls and the resulting gender imbalance has remained largely hidden in Pakistan due to the lack of accurate population data.
The Taliban’s opponents in Pakistan-Afghanistan border region are fighting back using the arts that religious fundamentalists seek to destroy—poems adapted to traditional Pashto music.
After the Taliban was ousted by government security forces, residents of Pakistan's Swat Valley hope for peace and stability despite Taliban threats to return.
In Pakistan, hundreds of women die at the hands of their own family. A few who are lucky enough to escape these "honor killings" find refuge at secure shelters.
Irrigation and hydroelectric projects along with shrinking glaciers are reducing the flow of the Indus River--and increasing tensions between Pakistan and India.