The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan unveiled a report that concludes that Pakistan is "on the verge" of becoming an undemocratic society.
On 24th March 2013 Jamaat-e- Islami and Pakistan Tehreek-Insaaf announced their alliance for the upcoming election.
Pakistan’s first elected government completed its 5-year term. The Prime Minister gave his farewell address when stepping down.
Leaders of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement visited Joseph Colony in Lahore after a mob attacked, looted and burned the homes of the Christian minority in Pakistan.
Religious party Jamaat-e-Islaami condemns attack on the homes of the Christian minority in Pakistan.
Over 175 houses were burnt in a mob attack on a predominantly Christian colony in the Badami Bagh area over an alleged blasphemy incident.
Women in Pakistan are being harassed via social networks on the Internet, while women's rights activists see the web as a new way to further their work.
The press conference took place in the wake of two bomb blasts on 3rd March, 2013 in Abbas Town Karachi, targeting the Shia religious minority in the city.
TTP spokesperson, Ehsanullah Ehsan, released a video statement, expressing willingness to partake in peace talks with the government of Pakistan.
This debate was designed to gauge for possible solutions to the problem in Balochistan.