May 30 2007
This is report on Pakistan from the U.S. State Department’s Background Notes On Countries.
This is the profile from the World Factbook, produced by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.
Presents annotated links to Web sites on Pakistan selected by Library of Congress subject experts. Provides access to information on such topics as the economy, government, politics, news, and current events of Pakistan.
This is the online book length profile on Pakistan which is part of the Country Studies / Area Handbook Series produced by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress.
Entry on Pakistan from the Columbia Encyclopedia (6th ed., 2001)
Information on Pakistan from the Lonely Planet travel guide.
Take a look at this English language Pakistani newspaper to see what’s happening now in Pakistan. The Nation is said to be “internationally the most quoted Pakistani newspaper”. According to its Website, “The Nation has a special position in Pakistan’s media, as the most respected publication in English, with firm and constructive views, and excellent news coverage. With five editions published daily from three stations, it is the market leader in the Punjab and Islamabad areas, and has established a strong presence in Karachi since its inception there in 2000.”