Stories By Hasan Abdullah
120 Mar 2015 Fri
Dwindling supply, politics and bad resource management have left Pakistan facing a potential water crisis.
217 Mar 2015 Tue
The FinFisher spy software, which is sold exclusively to law enforcement and intelligence agencies, was found in Pakistan's telecom servers two years ago.
306 Mar 2015 Fri
China is expected to sign a series of investment deals with Pakistan, but there are objections over the path of the trade trail.
401 Mar 2015 Sun
A former leader of a banned organisation and a man declared a terrorist by the US is gradually gaining support from people in Pakistan's capital city. He does so by operating a parallel justice system, setting a dangerous precedent for a country struggling to eradicate militancy.
523 Feb 2015 Mon
Despite securing financial and technical help to resolve its power crisis, Pakistan's severe electricity shortage is expected to continue for the next few years.
620 Feb 2015 Fri
In an exclusive interview with Channel NewsAsia's Hasan Abdullah, a former aide to Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden has urged Pakistan to revive its policies of supporting the Taliban.
704 Feb 2015 Wed
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, which includes the linking of Pakistan's Gwadar port to China's Xinjiang Region, faces numerous challenges ranging from insurgency and territorial disputes to extreme weather.
801 Feb 2015 Sun
The Islamic State (IS) militant group has just announced the appointment of its commander for Pakistan and Afghanistan, despite Islamabad's denial of an IS network in the country.
925 Jan 2015 Sun
Baloch human rights groups accuse the state of having abducted thousands of Baloch activists, often using violent methods, to give up information about militant groups that operate in the region.
1024 Jan 2015 Sat
Pakistan's largest and poorest province Balochistan has the unfortunate reputation of being a transit route for drug smugglers, who bring products across the border from sellers in the Gulf states and Iran.