The ancient remains in Pakistan represent a glimpse into the history of two of India’s major religions
December 22, 2010 | By Ria Misra and Alexis Matsui
The believers in Islamic mysticism embrace a personal approach to their faith and a different outlook on how to run their government
December 2008 | By Nicholas Schmidle
Little noticed by the outside world, perhaps the most dramatic decline of a wild animal in history has been taking place in India and Pakistan. Large vultures, vitally necessary and once numbering in the tens of millions, now face extinction. But why?
February 2007 | By Susan McGrath
There are no holds barred at the annual grudge match in northwest Pakistan's "land of mirth and murder"
January 2007 | By Paul Raffaele
Welcome to Lahore, where an explosion of art and media is offering a vibrant alternative to the strictures of religious conservatives and is transforming one of America's most important and most ambivalent allies
July 2004 | By Mohsin Hamid