Stories By Wajahat Ali
129 Aug 2014 Fri
Pakistan's army chief, General Raheel Sharif, has agreed to act as mediator to try to resolve the country's current political crisis, but there are fears that military could use this opportunity to assert its influence over a democratically-elected civilian government.
228 Aug 2014 Thu
Thousands of people are continuing their anti-government protests in the Pakistani capital Islamabad. The country is no stranger to political instability - but these crises seemed to have strengthened the role of democracy in Pakistan.
313 Aug 2014 Wed
Political opposition forces in Pakistan are accusing Nawaz Sharif's government of rigging last year's general election, and are set to take to the streets.
404 Aug 2014 Mon
Pakistan's offensive campaign against militant strongholds in North Waziristan has resulted in the purging of elaborate terrorist cells, but it also reveals the cost the government has paid in making deals with militants and delaying a necessary purge.
514 Jul 2014 Mon
Pakistan’s military offensive against militants in North Waziristan has forced some 900,000 people to escape to nearby towns. Some of the displaced have been insisting they are not getting enough help.