Syed Ahmad Khan and Muhammad Iqbal are described in Pakistani schoolbooks as the first Muslim leaders who stressed Hindu-Muslim separateness.
Raja Ashraf, Prime Minister of Pakistan, addressed the protestors on Alamdar Road in Quetta.
Abdul Khalique Hazara, leader of the Hazara Democratic Party, states his concerns with the current government.
The debate took place in the wake of the Governor of Balochistan’s announcement that the law and order situation is out of control.
His call for a "million man march" in favor of reforms has propelled cleric Tahir ul-Qadri to the status of champion of Pakistan's middle classes.
Leader of Pakistan’s newest political force, Dr. Tahir-ul Qadri, led a landmark long political protest march from Lahore to Islamabad.
This landmark judgment decides on many contemporary issues such as Presidential powers, corruption and the meaning of democracy.
Pakistan's TTP recently issued a statement threatening the media and specific journalists for their coverage and condemnation of the Malala Yousufzai incident.
A Pakistani government minister announced a $100,000 bounty for the killing of the person who produced an online film that denigrates the Prophet Muhammad.
Pakistan’s minorities have long been persecuted under the blasphemy laws, and even those who have been cleared have often gone into hiding or been killed.