Muzamil Jaleel The Indian Express Group
Sunday 16 June '13Muzamil Jaleel goes in search of the many Pakistans beyond the stereotypes
Saturday 8 June '13Pakistan faces an unprecedented crisis of power with outages lasting between 12-22 hours every day.
Thursday6 June '13Sharif said his parents would often talk about Kashmir.
Wednesday22 May '13The ATS of the Maharashtra Police arrested 13 people and claimed to have cracked the case.
Friday17 May '13Awais Sheikh had Wednesday night written to Amnesty International about threat to life
Thursday16 May '13No govt in Pakistan will remain in chair if it abandons Kashmir cause: Salahuddin
Monday13 May '13Reaches out to Pak Army, says only Musharraf behind 1999 coup
Monday13 May '13Sharif hails ‘good ties’ with US, offers olive branch to Afghanistan
Monday13 May '13A look at contradictions between ATS claims and those of crime branch, and Malegaon connection
Monday13 May '13Pak polls: High tally surprises even PML(N), Imran Khan alleges elections rigged.
Sunday12 May '1324 killed, massive turnout, Imran and PPP trail PML (N) in early trends
Saturday11 May '13Across this city, the streets have been decorated with thousands of colourful posters
Saturday4 May '13Exclude the Haqqanis and Qaeda will return to Kabul
Sunday28 April '13The historic national elections in Pakistan on May 11 — the first after any elected government completed a full term
Monday8 April '13The Lashkar-e-Toiba recruits most of its cadre from Pakistan’s Punjab province, and the districts they come from overlap those that produce Pakistan army officers
Sunday24 February '13Senior J&K High Court lawyer Riyaz Khawar accused the government of trying to make a police state.
Monday18 February '13There has been widespread public anger against the hanging of Afzal Guru across Kashmir.
Monday18 February '13MLA Engineer Rashid demanded Sunday that the Omar Abdullah government should constitute a commission to probe the role of J&K Police officers “in setting up Afzal Guru”.
Sunday17 February '13Senior police officers declined to speak on the matter on record.
Saturday16 February '13In the days after the hanging of Afzal Guru, the Jammu and Kashmir Police organized several daily durbars with the lower rungs of the force in order to “avoid any inside trouble”, sources told The Sun...
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