Stories about Pakistan from July, 2007
The Pakistani Spectator writes immediately after a bomb blast in Islamabad killing several people.
Metroblogging Lahore on a Karachite who makes it to the semifinals of the TV reality series America's Got Talent.
Light Within on a town called Chaniot – famous for its woodwork and the furniture industry.
All Things Pakistan on the popularity of the Harry Potters series, as the seventh and final book is released.
Mash on US media and what he terms as “a whole lot of fretting over Pakistan”
Light Within on the traffic situation of Lahore, as the city becomes a popular destination in Asia.
iFaqeer on why the author is proud of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, and on their new blog.
In Islamabad, a bomb blast triggered by a suicide bomber killed at least ten people at a rally in support of Pakistan's suspended chief judge. Following the tense time in...
All Things Pakistan on mobile activism in Pakistan, given the recent turbulence in the country.
The Pakistani Spectator has an open letter to the Supreme Court regarding the government's role in the Lal Masjid issue.
The Pakistani Spectator compares the current dynamics of international politics to the dances performed by monkeys owned by keepers to earn money.
All Things Pakistan is provoked by the photograph of a father who son is inside the Lal Masjid. “Right now all these questions seem really petty and small. This is...
Metroblogging Islamabad on the Lal Masjid clerics, and why the mosque is called the “Red Mosque”.
The Taj Mahal has won a place of glory in the recently announced list of the seven wonders of the world, much to the delight of Bangla bloggers. Shaukat Husein...
Whisk feels that the media could do a better job of covering the Lal Masjid issue by exploring other angles.
Metroblogging Islamabad on the attempt to assassinate President Musharraf.
With doctors in the NHS being connected to the terror plot in the UK, The Daily Rhino on the politics of healthcare and NHS.
Behind the Chairman's Door has a sharp response to those who state the Government in Pakistan shouldn't have dealt with the Lal Masjid issue the way it had.