A Pakistani woman is beaten to death by her family for marrying the man of her choice
Last year 869 women died in so-called 'honor killings' according to the independent Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.
Twitter blocks 'blasphemous' content in Pakistan after complaints
The country's strict blasphemy laws, currently the subject of a fight pitching the authorities against some of the leading TV stations, can carry the death penalty.
Pakistani airstrikes kill at least 32 militants, including key commanders
The latest attack comes weeks after the Pakistani Taliban formally ended a ceasefire called to promote talks with the government.
Why the Gandhis are convinced they can rule India again
Despite a drubbing from new Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India’s 'first family' is clinging to its Congress dynasty.
On Location Video: Meet the first woman to practice law in Pakistan's conservative Swat Valley
This brave woman faced death threats to fulfill her dream.
The world's largest democracy might also be its worst
India's month-long election kept the police and corruption investigators working overtime.
Being gay in Pakistan: Where anti-gay serial killers are applauded
A recent case offers fresh cause for concern for the LGBT community.
Iraq is among the countries where genocide is most likely to happen
These 9 countries are the world's most dangerous for minorities.
Pakistan cuts prime minister's electricity for not paying bills
Power cuts have worsened in Pakistan in recent years, becoming one of the main sources of discontent in the South Asian country.
These Indian parliament candidates are accused of serious crimes, including murder
But that doesn’t mean they won’t get elected (or try to kiss your baby).
A Pakistani TV channel is under pressure from the military to shut down
Geo News has accused the military's spy agency of being behind the shooting of a prominent journalist.
These are the countries where you can drink without being judged
And the ones where you really shouldn't order that second round.
One man's dream come true: Making the official ball for the 2014 FIFA World Cup
In Pakistan, cricket is the sport of choice, but soccer balls are nearly a national business.
Saudi prince accused of killing 2,000 endangered birds while on safari in Pakistan
Houbara bustards are globally protected under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species.
Indians prefer politicians who refuse to have sex or get married
Oddly enough, this appears to be a legacy of Western colonialism.
Birds, snakes, and throwing meat: Superstition and black magic in Pakistan
How much of it is in accordance with Islam is up for debate.
The Pakistani Taliban says it's ended a 40-day ceasefire with the government
But it's open to talks.
These 12 leaders were targets of hilarious shoe attacks for not so hilarious reasons
Since the Bush shoe incident of 2008, the shoe has been a popular means to protest the actions of world leaders.
9-month-old Pakistani baby won't go to jail after all
The charges of attempted murder have been dropped against him.
The deadliest attack in years claimed 20 lives in Pakistan today
The Pakistani Taliban denied responsibility for the early morning bomb that targeted a throng of traders assembled for fruit auctions.
The most likely outcome of India’s election is unmitigated chaos
Why frontrunner Narendra Modi may not become prime minister even if he 'wins.'
Dear drone operator: This is what a Pakistani child looks like
'You will see how tiny people are and they look like little bugs, we wanted to highlight the distance between what a human being looks like when they are just a little dot versus a big face.'
Pakistani baby accused of attempted murder
Appearing in a packed court room with others accused in the case on Thursday, the baby was seen crying as his grandfather Muhammad Yasin held him.
Pakistan frees 16 prisoners in an attempt to revive peace talks with the Taliban
The Pakistani Taliban called a one-month ceasefire on March 1 but said this week they would not extend the truce.
Pakistani court indicts ex-president Pervez Musharraf for treason
'I am not a traitor. For me traitors are those who loot public money and empty the treasury,' Musharraf said.
After the Delhi gang rape, Indian TV dramas go feminist
Whether India has changed is debatable. Its viral TV shows certainly have.
8 reasons why India’s elections really matter to the world
Nuclear weapons, conflict in Afghanistan, drug-resistant superbugs and the cost of wedding rings are at stake.
100 million new voters are about to transform India
They’re social media savvy, and they don't vote like their parents.
Pakistani court sentences British woman to life in prison for smuggling drugs
Khadija Shah was six months pregnant and traveling with her two other children when caught with more than a hundred pounds of heroin.
60 Seconds on Earth: Saving the world's coolest goat
Pakistan's slowly-growing Markhor population is a remarkable conservation success story.
One man’s quest to train India’s many quack doctors
The controversial effort targets legions of untrained healthcare providers who prescribe sketchy liver tonics and antibiotic cocktails.