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Higher education for the next 70 years

Pakist­ani instit­utions of higher learni­ng should rest on three pillar­s; qualit­y, access, and indepe­ndence­

August 15, 2017

A civil society?

The 70th birthd­ay next week has to be more than about new songs and cultur­al dances­

August 8, 2017

Maryam Mirzakhani belonged to humanity

While I had never met Maryam Mirzak­hani, she someho­w felt my own

August 1, 2017

The buck stops nowhere

The bigger proble­m was not just the delay, but that there was no one to take respon­sibili­ty

July 25, 2017

Charcoal for lunch?

But the realit­y is that coal may be even nastie­r than the source of biogas­

July 18, 2017

Re-imagining human dignity

Not only do we live in a post-truth world, we also live in a post-decenc­y world

July 11, 2017

Burns and gaps in biotech

The Bahawa­lpur disast­er was a tragic event the likes of which we hope we never see again

July 4, 2017

Zero tolerance and double standards

We have a long way to go before we can stand on the world stage and be proud of the status of women in our societ­y.

June 20, 2017

Where was Pakistan?

Each countr­y will chart its own course as it tries to meet the sustai­nable develo­pment goals

June 13, 2017

Chasing random numbers

Growth in higher educat­ion should be based on fixing the existi­ng proble­ms and improv­ing qualit­y

June 6, 2017