Pakistani troops have ended a siege by militants who attacked a naval base in the city of Karachi. The Pakistani Taliban says the raid was to avenge Osama Bin Laden's killing by US special forces on May 2. Madiha Tahir reports from Karachi.
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.
Pakistan has described the killing of Osama Bin Laden as a major setback for terrorist organizations...Madiha Tahir reports that there is also a great deal of suspicion in Pakistan about the US and its motives.
More than 50,000 demonstrators rallied yesterday against changing Pakistan's blasphemy law. The law has support across a spectrum of Pakistanis. Madiha Tahir reports on how the case, and the controversy, has exposed new fault lines among Pakistanis.
Muttahida Qaumi Movement, or MQM, Pakistan's third largest political party, made headlines when it abandoned the ruling PPP-led coalition government, the move set Pakistan's two largest secular parties at loggerheads. Madha Tahir reports from Karachi.
Madiha Tahir reports on the Ahmadis, a minority group in Pakistan that has been violently attacked recently. The Ahmadis consider themselves Mulsim, but Pakistan's mainstream Muslim groups consider them heretics.
Pakistan still struggles to cope with its worst natural disaster in living memory. At least eight million people remain dependent on handouts for their survival, which many say are too slow coming. Madiha Tahir gives us an update from Sukkur, Pakistan.
In the wake of devastating floods that have left millions displaced in Pakistan, reporter Madiha Tahir looks at whether Pakistanis who have not been affected by the flooding are feeling the same way as those who have been affected.