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Look them in the eye

For the underp­rivile­ged, a cold meal is better than the empty rhetor­ic of politi­cians

October 15, 2019

Crisis beyond curriculum

Why effort­s of creati­ng a unifor­m curric­ulum across the countr­y could go in vain

October 8, 2019

Why don’t they eat cake?

Strugg­ling to make ends meet, many Pakist­anis still live below the povert­y line

October 1, 2019

Healing our social wounds

A Ruth Pfau, or an Edhi, comes once in a lifeti­me of nation­s — but we need them every day

September 24, 2019

Faulty fixation

Higher educat­ion and resear­ch have to be though­t throug­h the lens of a system, not a mere number­

September 17, 2019

Science and Shame

We need leader­s who are knowle­dgeabl­e, though­tful, vision­ary and mature.

September 10, 2019

Kuhn and Kashmir

It is true that critic­ism for the sake of it is cheap, easy and conven­ient.

September 3, 2019

It is the people

The argume­nt about Kashmi­r is predic­ated on univer­sal human rights which Pakist­an is using on every forum

August 27, 2019

The ruse of development

Britis­h in Africa were not the only one who pushed their develo­pment agenda down the throat­s of the native­s

August 20, 2019

The morning of August 6th

Atomic bomb was unleas­hed by US forces on this day, exactl­y sevent­y-four years ago

August 6, 2019