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Aisha Chowdhry

Pakistani women turn to once-taboo divorce to escape abuse

Jan 09 2013

ISLAMABAD Pakistani women are slowly turning to divorce to escape abusive and loveless marriages, once taboo and still a dangerous option in this strict Muslim nation even as more women become empowered by rising employment and awareness of their rights.

Pakistani women turn to once-taboo divorce to escape abuse

Jan 09 2013

ISLAMABAD Pakistani women are slowly turning to divorce to escape abusive and loveless marriages, once taboo and still a dangerous option in this strict Muslim nation even as more women become empowered by rising employment and awareness of their rights.

Pakistani women turn to once-taboo divorce to escape abuse

Jan 09 2013

ISLAMABAD Pakistani women are slowly turning to divorce to escape abusive and loveless marriages, once taboo and still a dangerous option in this strict Muslim nation even as more women become empowered by rising employment and awareness of their rights.

Only son of Pakistan's murdered Bhutto launches political career

Dec 27 2012

ISLAMABAD The 24-year-old only son of assassinated former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto is due to launch his political career on Thursday, the fifth anniversary of his mother's death.

Obama victory infuriates Pakistani drone victims

Nov 08 2012

ISLAMABAD The roars celebrating the re-election of U.S. President Barack Obama on television give Mohammad Rehman Khan a searing headache, as years of grief and anger come rushing back.

Obama victory infuriates Pakistani drone victims

Nov 08 2012

ISLAMABAD The roars celebrating the re-election of U.S. President Barack Obama on television give Mohammad Rehman Khan a searing headache, as years of grief and anger come rushing back.

Obama victory infuriates Pakistani drone victims

Nov 08 2012

ISLAMABAD The roars celebrating the re-election of U.S. President Barack Obama on television give Mohammad Rehman Khan a searing headache, as years of grief and anger come rushing back.

Obama victory infuriates Pakistani drone victims

Nov 08 2012

ISLAMABAD The roars celebrating the re-election of U.S. President Barack Obama on television give Mohammad Rehman Khan a searing headache, as years of grief and anger come rushing back.

Pakistan halts drone protest led by ex-cricketer Imran Khan

Oct 07 2012

ISLAMABAD Pakistani authorities stopped a protest over U.S. drone strikes led by cricketer turned politician Imran Khan from entering the troubled region of South Waziristan on Sunday, prompting allegations the government was ambivalent about U.S. actions.

Pakistan halts drone protest led by ex-cricketer Imran Khan

Oct 07 2012

ISLAMABAD Pakistani authorities stopped a protest over U.S. drone strikes led by cricketer turned politician Imran Khan from entering the troubled region of South Waziristan on Sunday, prompting allegations the government was ambivalent about U.S. actions. | Video

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