Pakistan Ulema Council has said women have equal rights to vote and that it is not religion that bars them from voting but the feudal system.
Pakistan Votes: A look inside the historic 2013 elections
Many of Pakistan’s nominated politicians were startled to find that they were being tested on whether they were pious enough to face the electorate.
Journalist Ansar Abbasi criticizes the Nawaz Group for attempting to secularize Pakistan by printing a new version of an Urdu book.
The Public Prosecution is probing new complaints against popular satirist Bassem Youssef, this time for "insulting Pakistan" and "spreading atheism."
Pakistan's establishment may have refrained from another direct coup, but it is still far from accepting the basic premise of democracy.
The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan unveiled a report that concludes that Pakistan is "on the verge" of becoming an undemocratic society.
On 24th March 2013 Jamaat-e- Islami and Pakistan Tehreek-Insaaf announced their alliance for the upcoming election.
Pakistan’s first elected government completed its 5-year term. The Prime Minister gave his farewell address when stepping down.
Leaders of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement visited Joseph Colony in Lahore after a mob attacked, looted and burned the homes of the Christian minority in Pakistan.