Bahawalpur police have stumbled upon one individual with whom Hussain shared his sinister plot.
Meth or ice ─ imported from Iran, sold in KSA, and mixed and sold in local markets ─ is becoming a growing problem.
They once ruled the entire region but today, the number of indigenous people of the Kalash Valley is fast dwindling.
Shahrag in Balochistan is known as a coal-mining town. But it also hides an ugly secret.
By hook or by crook, it seems that everyone wants a slice of Karachi’s precious real estate.
Today, over 11,000 Pakistanis ─ many of them migrants in search of better opportunities ─ are detained in jails abroad.
The reality encountered by Pakistani migrants searching for secure jobs in Saudi Arabia is often bitter.
Couple who was lynched over blasphemy accusations left behind three young children — one of whom witnessed the horror.
The mayor's proposal is simple: Empress Market should be restored to its former glory but "former" has not been defined.
Women who strive to bring light to injustices through the voice of the media are themselves often vulnerable.
How are we navigating our daily lives, connecting with our surroundings, equipped with the mobile phone?
Mayor says work to stop if court rules in favour of citizens but shopkeepers probably won't return to Empress Market.
Pakistan is now a severely water-stressed country. But while everyone is vocally concerned about the scarcity of water
(Should you choose to accept it.)
A rapidly growing rat population is becoming a serious public health concern
Sindh officials committed multiple violations while 'gifting' 20,000 acres of land to DHA for another housing project.
What kind of law-enforcement system accommodates and protects cops like the former Malir SSP?
Behind the crash of Pak-1 is a tale of power politics, deceit and betrayal.
As advertising in Pakistan marks 70 years of existence, we highlight themes that influenced its trajectory.
Politicians may promise us the moon and stars, but will they deliver? Dawn Business and Finance breaks it down for you.
And is the government capable of providing quality rehabilitation?
Sexual harassment, abuse and discrimination in Pakistan’s workplaces is pervasive, mostly unreported and ignored.
Find out who scored high (and low) on our Rulers of Pakistan survey.
A time to reflect. A milestone to celebrate.
How safe is the milk you drink? Follow packaged milk's journey from farm to store.
A result of poor waste disposal and illegal water connections has contaminated the once potable waters of Gilgit River.
On International Rural Women’s Day, Sindhi women share stories of challenges they face.
A new, upgraded cross-border fibre optic cable will address multiple challenges faced by China and Pakistan.
As the nation marks its 70th year Pakistan’s story becomes your story.
Stringent abortion laws and the taboos associated with the practice often lead women to seek out unsafe methods.
Seven decades after partition, senior citizens of Pakistan recount what they witnessed during that fateful period.
Denied justice and ignored by their government, the Pakistani inmates of Bagram were left to fend for themselves.
Meet the women who labour on farms for our plates of rice.