PJM Islamabad: President Pervez Musharraf may hang onto his office after his parties' resounding defeat at the polls on Monday, but he will not be able to operate with his previously unchecked level of power. Ghalia Aymen reports on a dramatic -- and surprisingly incident-free election -- in which the people's message of disgust with their leadership was unmistakable.
PJM Islamabad: With the government changing laws, reassigning public servants, shuffling the judiciary, and muffling the media, is it any surprise that nobody in Pakistan expects Monday's elections to be clean and fair? Ghalia Aymen reports on a gloomy campaign season.
PJM Islamabad: The question of who will lead Pakistan - and when that person will be chosen - is shrouded in uncertainty as the country tries to recover from the slaying of Benazir Bhutto, writes Ghalia Aymen.
PJM Islamabad -- EXCLUSIVE REPORT: Pakistan's opposition leader Benazir Bhutto's assassination on Thursday sent shockwaves across the country and the whole world. Ghalia Aymen reports on the feeling of rage, fear and uncertainty sweeping the nation.
PJM Islamabad -- EXCLUSIVE REPORT: A feeling of chaos and dread amid an almost total blockage of communications is what Pakistanis are experiencing following General Musharraf's imposition of martial law in the country last Saturday. Though not totally unanticipated, it has citizens wondering what will happen next. PJ Media correspondent Ghaila Aymen reports from inside the storm.
PJM Islamabad: On the face of it, she is clearly the people's choice, but how popular is Benazir Bhutto in reality? Ghalia Aymen reports that among the admiration lurk troubling questions.
PJM Islamabad: Even after his sweeping victory in the parliament's polling on October 6, Pervez Musharraf's re-election as Pakistan's next president still isn't a sure thing, reports Ghalia Aymen.
PJM Islamabad: These are tense times for the average Pakistani, who feels as if President Pervez Musharraf is trampling the law of the land as he prepares for next week's elections, reports Ghalia Aymen.