Pakistan is not new to censorship. But trying to censor the Internet is a futile task.
The world is watching as Pakistan takes a step forward with the 18th Amendment. Here are what some international news outlets and analysts are saying.
The US military has been importing sand to Iraq. Yes, you’ll want to read that again.
Irish-based terror plotters that have grievances with Scandinavian journalists and white women screaming jihad: that is why the US needs to be in Afghanistan.
Can you dig deep into the fertile territory comprising sports clichés and regional tension to pull out a caption for this photoshopped picture of Shoaib and Sania?
Read the articles that earned Newsline and its team of exceptional writers eight APNS awards this year.
People protesting against health care reform in the US ironically show that they need serious medical treatment themselves — now.
A couple of Newsline know-it-alls go head-to-head and offer their Oscars predictions.
Are the searches of PIA planes in Toronto last year more signs that a unified security perimeter for North America is in the works?
No surprises that President Asif Zardari has conceded defeat once again, allowing Iftikhar Chaudhry to appoint the judges he wants.