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Prof Tausif on journalism: Part – II- By Dr Naazir...

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Prof Tausif Ahmed’s writings on journalism take us through the vicissitudes of this country and how journalists have endured hardships while fighting for...

Prof Tausif on journalism – Part I – By Dr...

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Since October 2019, I have been writing – off and on – about some prominent Pakistan journalists and their writings that are useful...

The Bundal-Buddo controversy – Part I By Dr Naazir Mahmood

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The Bundal and Buddo islands off the coast of Karachi have once again become a source of controversy between the federal and provincial...

Transcaucasia, personally – Part I Dr Naazir Mahmood

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When recently Pakistan clarified that no Pakistani soldier was fighting in Azerbaijan against Armenia, suddenly some people became curious about what Pakistan had...

The enlightenment of Waris Mir – Part IV- Dr Naazir Mahmood

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When Waris Mir published his series of columns on the religious interpretations of veil, he became a target of severe reproach by conservative...

The enlightenment of Waris Mir: Part – III – Dr Naazir...

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In the first two columns of this series appearing in these pages on September 21 and 23, we started a discussion on Waris Mir...

The enlightenment of Waris Mir – Part II – Dr Naazir...

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Waris Mir pointed out in his writings that as long as Muslim societies used rationality and reason, they were paramount, and as soon...

The enlightenment of Waris Mir: Part – I – Dr Naazir...

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With increasing onslaught against the freedom of expression in Pakistan, it is imperative that we remember those who held the torch of sanity under...

Open letter to the education minister – Dr Naazir Mahmood

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Dear Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training. Hope you are doing well. The reason I wrote the full name of your ministry is...

Hasil Bizenjo: fighter for democracy – Dr Naazir Mahmood

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It was a fairly cold night in January 1988 – even by Moscow standards. The outside temperature was touching minus 20 degrees Celsius. But...