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At Border of 2 Nuclear-Armed Nations: Machine Guns, Anxiety and Dancing

By Jeffrey Gettleman

Every evening along the India-Pakistan border, the two sides stage enormous nationalistic pep rallies, whose highlight is a military “stomp-off.”

Mystery of the Royal Family of Oudh Unravels a Bit More

By Ellen Barry and Suhasini Raj

Times readers and government documents have provided new information about a family who for decades convinced journalists and Indian officials that they were royalty.

Avalanches Sweep Through Kashmir, Killing Dozens

By Jalaluddin Mughal, Maria Abi-Habib and Salman Masood

Whole families were buried in the Pakistani-controlled portion of the disputed territory, and rescuers are risking their own lives.

Bomb Blast Claimed by ISIS Kills at Least 15 in Pakistan Mosque Used by Taliban

By Salman Masood and Zia ur-Rehman

The bomb, which tore through Friday evening prayers at a mosque in Quetta, Pakistan, also injured at least 18 more, with many in critical condition.

Nearly 630 Pakistan girls, women sold as brides to Chinese men: report

Nearly 630 girls and women from across Pakistan were sold as brides to Chinese men last year, a new report shows, highlighting the lucrative – and widespread – human trafficking networks exploiting the country’s poor and vulnerable.

Islamists besiege Pakistan's independent newspaper, call for editor, publisher to be hanged

Dozens of angry Islamists swarmed the building of an independent Pakistani newspaper in the capital, Islamabad, blocking its entrance for several hours, threatening the staff and demanding its editor be hanged, the paper reported Wednesday.

An H.I.V. Outbreak Puts Spotlight on Pakistan’s Health Care System

By Maria Abi-Habib and Salman Masood

After the reuse of syringes infected hundreds of children in a small city, health workers say the entire system needs to be revamped.

An H.I.V. Outbreak Puts Spotlight on Pakistan’s Health Care System

By Maria Abi-Habib and Salman Masood

After the reuse of syringes infected hundreds of children in a small city, health workers say the entire system needs to be revamped.

Pakistani human rights activist who fled to America says her father has been abducted

By Greg Norman

A Pakistani human rights activist who fled to America out of concerns for her own safety says her father was abducted Thursday outside of a courthouse in Peshawar.

Two Strains of Polio Are Gone, but the End of the Disease Is Still Far Off

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.

Only polio virus Type 1 persists, and only in Pakistan and Afghanistan. But now mutant vaccine viruses are paralyzing some unvaccinated children.

Two Strains of Polio Are Gone, but the End of the Disease Is Still Far Off

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.

Only polio virus Type 1 persists, and only in Pakistan and Afghanistan. But now mutant vaccine viruses are paralyzing some unvaccinated children.

India Shot Down a Satellite, Modi Says, Shifting Balance of Power in Asia

By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN and HARI KUMAR

The test could destabilize the balance of power between India and Pakistan and escalate the rivalry with China. With elections near, Mr. Modi played the news for maximum effect.

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