With lots of universities, it is assumed higher education is flourishing, that there is nothing wrong with this.
Refusal to engage with events of 1970-71 means we remain uneasy about our provinces, being proud of their identity.
Pakistan is in sharp contrast to India and people break rules at will — from the clerk to the secretary.
In Jaipur they refused to register us, saying Delhi was mentioned first in visa so we must register in Delhi first.
Let me posit a rather obvious, but seldom discussed theory: why not look at ourselves and change ourselves first?
Let us not derail the democratic process in search of a utopia, which has been sought many times unsuccessfully.
School mostly relates to recounting, retaining existing knowledge; university focuses on ‘creating’ knowledge.
all these change-mongers believe in one thing — that somehow, a miraculous system emerges which will solve everything.
Disallowing single men because some men cause trouble is like banning all motorcycles as they have more accidents.
Today, a typical young Pakistani would rather take a good job in India than maintain belligerent attitude towards it.