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Stories by Muhammad Hamid Zaman rss

Living in two worlds

Less than four per cent of all articl­es in the Urdu paper were writte­n by female contri­butors

May 23, 2017

Ode to a better future

The cracks in the system are visibl­e and hopefu­lly irreve­rsible­

May 16, 2017

Well-rounded education

Are we doing justic­e to our future, or are we trying to create an oversp­eciali­sed workfo­rce?

May 9, 2017

The elusive path of respect

Genera­lisati­ons about integr­ity, or worse charac­ter, based on politi­cal affili­ations are both naïve & inaccu­rate

May 2, 2017

Finding people

Masood made a very person­al impact on me throug­h his other books

April 25, 2017

Our universities’ failures

The univer­sity leader­ship, facult­y, staff and studen­ts need to own the evil that exists within all of us

April 19, 2017

Public health also needs science

Our public health approa­ch contin­ues to be heavy on implem­entati­on

April 11, 2017

Blocked roads

Creati­ng barrie­rs in the path of talent­ed women is neithe­r an easter­n tradit­ion nor a recipe for a stable societ­y

April 4, 2017

Diagnostics: the forgotten factor

Pakist­an is comple­tely depend­ent on foreig­n fundin­g and foreig­n manufa­ctured TB diagno­stics

March 27, 2017

Counting the invisible ones

They are all around us. When the car stops, if it stops, at the red light

March 21, 2017