Pakistani tribesman are taking the CIA to court over allegations that US drone strikes killed their relatives. The BBC's Aleem Maqbool talks with Lisa Mullins about the drone attacks in Pakistan's tribal region.
Guest: Mira Kamdar, Bernard Schwartz Fellow at the Asia Society and the author of 'Planet India: The Turbulent Rise of the Largest Democracy and the Future of Our World,' and Shazeb Jillani, Editor, BBC's Urdu service
In his address last night, President Obama mentioned the need to forge a new strategy in Pakistan. For what this might mean for the U.S. role in Pakistan and Afghanistan we turn to Owen Bennett-Jones, host of BBC Newshour.
The Swat valley of Pakistan has not yet stabilized a year after the Pakistani military launched one of its biggest attacks on Taliban militants. Refugees fear returning home, where their homes are destroyed and Taliban attacks continue.
The worst flooding in Pakistan's history has killed over a thousand people in a volatile region. Issam Ahmed, reporter for the Christian Science Monitor, is in Lahore, Pakistan. He has the latest details.