Pakistanis are now debating what authorities really knew about Osama bin Laden's whereabouts. The army claims not to have known that most wanted terrorist was living a half mile from Pakistan's main military academy. Madiha Tahir reports from Karachi.
In a sign of the continued deterioration of the relationship between Pakistan and the United States, Pakistani officials gave their military permission to return fire on Americans if they're attacked. They've also shutdown the border, the primary avenue for supplies for the NATO force.
People in Mumbai went back to work today. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with reporter Nikhil Dixit about how the city is coping in the aftermath of last week's deadly attacks. Dixit is a crime reporter for the "Daily News and Analysis" newspaper in Mumbai.
In SMS-happy Pakistani, many young people are writing their text messages in using the Latin alphabet, rather than the traditional Urdu script. That has some concerned that the classical script will disappear.
Karachi has suffered political, ethnic and criminal violence for two decades. One of the groups accused of being involved is known as the People's Peace Committee. They're also engaged in a wide range of social welfare activities. Fahad Desmukh reports.
Pakistan's Imran Khan has been trying to push his sports stardom into political power for more than a decade, with little success. Recently, however, he seemed to make some headway among the urban, educated population.
Driving in Karachi's crazy traffic can be very stressful. But amidst all this mess there is one source of pleasure ï¿½ the wonderfully decorated public transport vehicles. Fahad Desmukh reports on the poetry that adorns many vehicles in Pakistan.
A TV show is also making headlines in Pakistan. The show's anchor was fired for producing a program in which she raided a public park in Karachi, hounding young dating couples and questioning their morality.