Stories about Pakistan from August, 2007
All Things Pakistan on the developments on the political front, as an Ex-PrimeMinister in exile returns to Pakistan in early September.
Tunisian blogger A.L.G.Y of Cos-maux-polis is wondering whether a new Mohammed cartoon crisis is brewing. She explains that drawings of a man with the body of a dog wearing a...
Don't know what to do with the Quran? Metroblogging Lahore spots green boxes installed by the Punjab Quran Board.
Metroblogging Islamabad on the role of the Supreme Court in politics and the implications.
All Things Pakistan on The Economist's Global Liveability Index, where Karachi finds itself ranked amongst the least liveable cities.
All Things Pakistan on the iconic rickshaw, a fixture on the streets of South Asia.
As a landlocked region, Central Asia is reliant on other countries’ maritime infrastructure to integrate with world markets. On Registan.net, Kayumars Turkistani evaluates two potential seaports, Gwadar in Pakistan and...
The Pakistani Spectator on the Arms Race, and what Saudi Arabia's strategy should be.
Metroblogging Islamabad on the impact of the Lal Masjid fiasco on the younger generation.
Metroblogging Lahore on the sixty years of Pakistan's film industry, based in Lahore.
South Asian migrant workers (Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal) have a notable contribution in the developments of Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf region. But the abuse and exploitation...
KO presents a timeline of Talibanization of Pakistan. “It didn't just creep up and hit an entire country on the head yesterday, it was a long time cooking.”
varnam is doing a fascinating series on Thomas Macaulay and his policies on education in colonial India.
Ruined by Reading reviews Indian Summer: The Secret History of the End of an Empire, a book by Alex Von Tunzelmann.
Power supply appears to have become more erratic in parts of the country. The Pakistani Spectator on inadequate infrastructure.
Patriotism seems to find a lot of resonance in music. More at Metroblogging Lahore.
All Things Pakistan on defining what Pakistaniat means to various individuals. “we ask our readers to share the one thing – a song, an image, a verse, a thought, a...
More photographs at Metroblogging Lahore celebrating Independence Day in Pakistan.
KO on rain bringing Karachi's infrastructure to a standstill, and why bad infrastructure is worse than terrorism.