All stories by Hamid Mir
The Peshawar Tragedy: A turning point for PakistanRediff.com17 Dec 2014
No one should be allowed to use Pakistan's territory to import or export terrorism, says Hamid Mir.
Hamid Mir: I will not be stopped from speaking the truthRediff.com7 May 2014
'I want to be murdered at your hands, so I can live on in history. The verdict of who is or is not a traitor cannot be pronounced by a secret agency, but by history.' Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir, who survived an assassination attempt on April 19, challenges his enemies to dub him a traitor and says nothing will stop him from exposing them.
This small Balochi group led by a 72-year-old broke Mahatma's recordRediff.com26 Feb 2014
Protesting against enforced disappearances in Balochistan, Abdul Qadeer Baloch, 72, has led a small group that has covered more than 2,000 kilometres on foot, breaking the 84-year-old record set by Mahatma Gandhi during his Dandi march. Hamid Mir reports from Islamabad.