Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Sunday May 12, 2013
Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, once a political exile deposed by the military, returned to the cusp of power Saturday, taking a commanding lead in a parliamentary election in which Pakistanis braved Taliban intimidation to cast ballots with hist...
Rick Gladstone, The New York Times | Saturday May 11, 2013
Pakistan's Interior Ministry has ordered the expulsion of the Islamabad bureau chief for The New York Times on the eve of national elections, the newspaper said on Friday. The Times has strongly protested the move and is seeking his reinstatement.
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Friday May 10, 2013
In Multan, a self-described city of saints in central Pakistan, one holy politician is banking on more than prayers to ensure victory in Saturday's national elections.
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Thursday May 2, 2013
An Indian man on death row in Pakistan for espionage has died after being attacked by fellow inmates, Pakistan's state television said early Thursday.
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Friday April 19, 2013
Pakistan's former military leader, Pervez Musharraf, was arrested and moved into police custody on Friday - a move that is unprecedented in a country where the military has held sway for decades, and that showed the determination of the judiciary to ...
Declan Walsh and Zia Ur Rehman, The New York Times | Friday March 29, 2013
This seaside metropolis is no stranger to gangland violence, driven for years by a motley collection of armed groups who battle over money, turf and votes. But there is a new gang in town. Pakistani Taliban fighters have started to flex their muscles...
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Thursday February 7, 2013
Ten million dollars does not seem to buy much in this bustling Pakistani city. That is the sum the United States is offering for help in convicting Hafiz Saeed, perhaps the country's best-known jihadi leader. Yet Saeed lives an open, and apparently f...
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Friday February 1, 2013
Pakistan is handing management control of a strategic but commercially troubled deep-sea port to a Chinese company, the information minister confirmed Thursday.
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Friday January 11, 2013
Bomb blasts in two Pakistani cities killed at least 115 people Thursday and wounded more than 270, offering harrowing evidence of how the country's myriad internal conflicts may destabilize it as elections approach.
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Friday March 30, 2012
In one of the most detailed accounts of Osama bin Laden's life on the run, his youngest wife has told Pakistani investigators that the Al-Qaeda leader lived in five safe houses as he travelled across Pakistan with his family for nine years following ...
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Friday March 16, 2012
A reporter for The New York Times, David Rohde, who was captured in Afghanistan, fled captivity in North Waziristan with an Afghan colleague in 2009, but otherwise successful escapes are rare. Others currently in captivity include Mr Khan, who went m...
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Thursday March 8, 2012
In his quest for the truth about his country's most notorious guest, Shaukat Qadir started where it all ended: the room where Osama bin Laden was killed.
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Monday February 20, 2012
A campaign of high-profile kidnappings has provided the Pakistani Taliban and its allies with new resources, arming insurgents with millions of dollars, threatening foreign aid programs and galvanizing a sophisticated network of jihadi and criminal g...
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Monday January 30, 2012
One morning last week, television viewers in Pakistan were treated to a darkly comic sight: a posse of middle-class women roaming through a public park in Karachi, on the hunt for dating couples engaged in "immoral" behaviour.
Declan Walsh, The New York Times | Monday January 23, 2012
Once they were heroes, cloaked justices at the vanguard of a powerful revolt against military rule in Pakistan, buoyed by pugnacious lawyers and an adoring public. But now Pakistan's Supreme Court is waging a campaign of judicial activism that has pi...