Pakistan's interior minister dismissed today Pakistani Taliban conditions for a cease-fire, including changes to the constitution and a break with the US.
On Wednesday morning, India executed Ajmal Kasab, the lone survivor amongst the 10 terrorists who killed 166 people in Mumbai in 2008.
Police questioned two people who turned up at a British hospital where the 14-year-old girl shot by the Taliban is receiving treatment. Taliban threats against her continue.
Pakistani police say they have arrested a number of suspects in the shooting of 14-year-old Malala Yousufzai, who promoted education for girls and criticized the Taliban.
A Pakistani judge granted bail today to a young, mentally challenged Christian girl accused of burning pages of the Islamic holy book.
India charges that websites in Pakistan engaged in cyber warfare because they promoted rumors that caused thousands of ethnic minorities to flee the southern Indian city of Bangalore.
By making the Taliban's former second in command available to Afghan negotiators, Pakistan may be signalling a willingness to rekindle stalled peace talks.
Osama bin Ladens three wives and 11 children left Pakistan early Friday, closing an awkward chapter for Pakistan, but leaving unanswered questions about complicity of Pakistani state.
Bin Laden's widows and children are being held at an undisclosed house in Islamabad. Pakistan's Interior minister said they would be placed under house arrest for illegally entering and living in the country.
A whistle blowing hero to some, a villain doing the Pakistan military's dirty work to others, Ijaz is above all a mysterious anomaly.