She received her Computerised National Identity Card in April 2014 in Peshawar, allegedly using fake documents.
“When lives are lost, no one wins.”
Saris to Suits envisions a different kind of pin-up girl — brilliant, beautiful and brown.
Members of the Afghan Taliban said they were due to hold the first round of talks with the U.S. officials in Qatar on Thursday. The U.S. National Security Council denied reports of the meetings.
Three people were killed and several injured in an explosion near a Rawalpindi mosque, local media reported. Jundullah, a splinter group of the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan, claimed responsibility for the attack.
Le meilleur repas de la journée. Inspiré par ces discussions sur Quora.
Karachi, 2015: *Puts box of fireworks back on the shelf.*
The men in bright, neon, blinding green have a lot of competition.
From de Villiers to de Gea.
Gunfire and explosions have been reported following an apparent suicide attack on a Shia mosque in the wealthy Hayatabad area.
Are you saying something, Pakistan? Can’t hear you over the sound of all the World Cup wins over you so far.
While your teams give it their all on the pitch, the least you can do is battle it out in an internet poll.
After 150 children and teachers were massacred in December at a Peshawar school, many teachers are receiving training so they can carry concealed weapons.
The explosion went off at a Shiite mosque in southern Pakistan as worshippers gathered for Friday afternoon prayer, officials said.
A glass of Pakota makes everything better.
Today marks one month since the massacre of 132 schoolchildren in Peshawar. Meet the 27-year-old lawyer who is bent on prosecuting the Taliban and unveiling their sympathisers in the country, despite several threats to his life.
“No country can advance as long as its women are held back.”
The Army Public School — where the Taliban killed 134 children in Peshawar in December — and all other schools reopened Monday for the first time since the attack.
Kerry landed in Islamabad Monday morning on an unannounced trip to meet with Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Kerry will also visit the school attacked by Taliban, according to Agence France-Presse.
Make haleem once, and you’ll never go back.
The crash happened early Sunday near Karachi in southern Pakistan.
The boat, which was identified as a “terror boat” by a TOI report, was reportedly full of explosives, and the Indian government suspects that it was on its way to wage an attack against the country.
Military officials said they’ve killed a man named Saddam, an orchestrator of the attacks, multiple outlets reported.
The strikes took place in North Waziristan, a mountainous region near the border with Afghanistan.
Members of Karachi’s Christian community transformed their Yuletide celebrations into a remembrance for the schoolchildren murdered last week.
“Dear mother. Had I known I wouldn’t return from school that day, I would’ve hugged you tightly one last time.”
Jets and ground forces in the northwestern tribal regions near the Afghan border have killed more than 60 militants, officials said Friday. Meanwhile, arrests have been made in relation to the attack, and a number of terrorists have been sentenced to death.