12 films Found
The Taliban are on the move in Pakistan, and control of the country is now clearly in their sights. Army offensives haven't contained them. How long can a moderate Pakistan withstand rising extremism?
Thousands of Pakistanis have gone missing since the start of the war on terror. It is believed that they're illegally detained by Pakistan's intelligence services and not even the government can intervene.
Despite its efforts to root out the Taliban, the Pakistani army is making little headway in the tribal regions. Its troops are also blamed for the deaths of innocent civilians caught in the crossfire.
Filmed in the days preceding the turbulent 2008 Pakistan elections, this report offers a powerful insight into the turmoil of Musharraf's rule.Focusing on the controversies surrounding the judicial system, it explores the widespread discontent which continues today.
With more and more Westerners travelling to Pakistan for kidney transplants, the unregulated market for kidneys is booming. But poor villagers, encouraged to donate their organs, often end up worse off.
Meet the militant schoolgirls from Pakistan who want to 'Talibanise' their country. Students from the Red Mosque are adopting vigilante tactics to punish those accused of offending Islam.
The dismissal of Chief Justice Iftikhar Choudry has provoked the biggest crisis since President Pervez Musharraf came to power. Is the President's grip on power weakening?
One of the last things you would expect to see on TV in Pakistan is a transvestite host tackling issues Muslim society would prefer to ignore. But Ali Saleem, Pakistan's Dame Edna, is in her element.