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How 800 million pounds of Himalayan salt are mined each year

How 800 million pounds of Himalayan salt are mined each year

How 800 million pounds of Himalayan salt are mined each year

After a fake vaccination drive was used to hunt down Bin Laden, some Pakistanis are wary of COVID-19 vaccines

Pakistan approves AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

Almost 70% of the world's soccer balls are made in one city in Pakistan — here's what it's like inside one of the factories

The traditional South Asian game carrom has been exploding in popularity during the pandemic — and it's kept one factory afloat

Ostrich meat was supposed to be a 'gold mine' for farmers in Pakistan. The industry collapsed just as it was taking off.

Tensions between 3 nuclear-armed powers are rising toward the boiling point

Extreme heat and flooding are wiping out 70% of chilli harvests in one of the largest pepper-growing regions in the world

A soup kitchen in Pakistan has been serving hot meals for 20 years, but is being pushed to the limit in the pandemic

Pakistan's mango exports are plummeting because of the pandemic — and fruit vendors are suffering

TikTok is being threatened with a ban in Pakistan over 'immoral' content, less than a month after it was banned in India

Pakistan's national airline has grounded 150 pilots after an investigation into the Karachi crash highlighted exam cheating and fake flying licenses

A third of airline pilots in Pakistan have fake licenses, the nation's aviation minister said while citing pilot error for a recent crash

The airline that crashed in Pakistan has a spotty safety record, with several incidents in the past decade, including a fatal crash

The pilot of the crashed passenger plane in Pakistan sent a distress call saying 'we have lost 2 engines' just before it went down

A passenger plane carrying roughly 100 people has crashed near an airport in Pakistan

The 10 countries where the most jobs depend on travel and tourism

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan defended his contempt for the country's media by claiming journalists often 'cross the line'