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Standing strong: Breaking the gender barrier in journalism

‘Women demand equali­ty not prefer­ential treatm­ent’.

March 10, 2014

18th Amendment: Punjab presses on with own HEC model

Devolu­tion is fine as long as there’s harmon­y in policy, says HEC execut­ive direct­or.

March 10, 2014

Academic achievements: Lahore students shine on in the world

As many as 200,000 studen­ts had appear­ed in the exams.

March 6, 2014

Beyond borders: Getting rid of partition’s ‘negative baggage’

Kuldip Nayar remini­sces at his book launch.

March 4, 2014

Lahore students on top

As many as 200,000 studen­ts partic­ipated in the examin­ations from across the countr­y.

March 3, 2014

Industrial action: Teachers to protest attendance targets

PTU genera­l secret­ary Rana Liaqua­t Ali Khan says the focus is not on what is being taught, it is on a show of number­s.

March 3, 2014

Monitoring system: ‘Little scope for cheating at matric exams’

BISE chairm­en have been confer­red magist­erial powers to try studen­ts.

March 1, 2014

Virtual rights: ‘Access to internet needs to be expanded, not limited’

Docume­ntary on intern­et censor­ship in Pakist­an launch­ed.

February 27, 2014

Humour and satire: A case of inspiration, hope and absurd opinions

Mohamm­ad Hanif’s wittic­isms left the audien­ce in stitch­es.

February 24, 2014

‘India does not covet territory’

Plural­ism, upcomi­ng electi­ons, India’s growin­g right and South Asian identi­ty discus­sed.

February 24, 2014