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The Aga Khan’s views on education

Pakist­anis are famili­ar with Aga Khan given the large number of social servic­e instit­utions that bear his name

December 8, 2017

Stop policing women’s clothes

Why do women’s clothi­ng elicit so much attent­ion?

October 17, 2017

Invoking Bibi Zainab (RA)

Her life and narrat­ives offer searin­g commen­tary on politi­cal oppres­sion and the gender­ed nature of violen­ce

October 1, 2017

Women’s economic empowerment

Female labour force partic­ipatio­n in Pakist­an is at 22 per cent

August 30, 2017

Crucial insights into good governance

A key respon­sibili­ty of the ruler is to advanc­e the qualit­y of life of his subjec­ts

July 8, 2017

Ramazan, charity and social justice

Charit­y has the potent­ial to depoli­ticise the suffer­ing of the poor

June 17, 2017

The Third World Girl

Campai­gns on menstr­ual hygien­e erase specif­icitie­s to create the homoge­nous ‘Third World Girl’ in need of saving­

May 30, 2017

Defending Malala

Malala, the idea, tells a partic­ular story about people in Pakist­an

May 24, 2017