Simon Smith-Wright, Regional Marketing Director, Asia Pacific at Electronic Arts stated to NDTV Gadgets, that the release was pulled in order to avoid a breach of local content laws.
“Utho beta, aankhein kholo.”
There’s so much more to Pakistan than what’s shown on the news.
Former Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill spoke to Fox News about the mission to kill Osama bin Laden.
“Our future need not be our past repeating itself.”
The man allegedly amassed a “small arsenal” of guns, the Globe and Mail reported.
Today is the 100th birthday of Dr. Jonas Salk, inventor of the polio vaccine. Here are the places still using his gift.
“Cash rules everything around me.”
Since it was announced that the 2014 Nobel Peace prize was being shared by Pakistani Malala Yousafzai and India Kailash Satyarthi, a lot of desi Tweeters have the same urgent request.
This appears to be in retaliation to an Indian hacker group attacking the Pakistan People’s Party website after ceasefire violations committed by Pakistan at the Line of Control.
A week of flooding in northern India and eastern Pakistan has left more than 400 people dead.
Ten attackers who allegedly tried to kill the teenage activist in 2012 have been arrested, the Pakistani army said.
Floods and landslides have ripped through northern India and Pakistan, killing hundreds.
What country eats the most sugar? Hint: it’s not who you think.
Three protesters were killed and at least 500 more wounded during clashes with police over the weekend.
The clashes injured hundreds of people and began as protesters marched on the home of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The protesters have called for Sharif’s resignation.
“My Chacha Is Gay” is about a young boy named Ahmed and his gay uncle.
One people. One history. One little border.
Two opposition leaders are heading Pakistan’s protests: The first a Muslim cleric, and the second a former cricket player.
Two countries with 7 decades years of rivalry and nothing in common… Except, you know, everything.
Happy 68th Independence Day, Pakistan!
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi resigned from her post in the UK government today over its position on Gaza. But it turns out there’s more interest in the story from elsewhere.
The former Taliban captive, who was released six weeks ago into U.S. custody, returned to active military duty Monday. He has not yet seen or spoken with his family.
Esther Honig’s single self-portrait became a mosaic of “the perfect woman” as seen in vastly different cultures.
More than 2,000 Pakistanis have died in drone strikes since 2008.
Following Sunday’s deadly attack by the Taliban, insurgents raid Karachi airport’s security academy.
The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack.