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Wise Words – Dr A Q Khan

In continuation of last week’s topic, here are some more anecdotes from Saadi’s 'Bostan' in a free rendering of the translation by Dr Khwaji...

The oil blowup – Dr Farrukh Saleem

In June, there were around 220,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Pakistan. No one is driving around much. Public transportation is not consuming...

Journalism and textbooks: Part – III – Dr Naazir Mahmood

In the first two parts of this series (June 28 and 29) we started discussing how journalism textbooks in Urdu are overwhelmingly anti-democracy and...

Do the bells toll? By Ghazi Salahuddin

We see the clouds gathering on the horizon, even literally as the monsoons arrive. This week’s events have whetted our sense of foreboding. Like...

India’s war on Kashmir – Khalid Bhatti

Sometimes a picture or a video clip becomes more powerful than thousands of words. The picture of a three-year-old boy sitting on the bullet-riddled...

Reform by whim – Dr Ayesha Razzaque

Sometime in the late 90s, when I was nearing graduation at UET Taxila, we got the news that the government is adding memorization of...

An impending disaster – Malik Muhammad Ashraf

No matter how hard one tries to obscure truth and reality, they ultimately establish their infallibility. The situation in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir...

A consistent list of failures – Miftah Ismail

The writer has served as federal minister for finance, revenue and economic affairs. The PTI government started with much fanfare after an election marred by...

Unleashing local potential – Amir Hussain

The writer is a social development and policy adviser, and a freelance columnist based in Islamabad. Is social change quintessentially an impactful urban phenomena? If...

Where’s the government? – Kamila Hyat

following the interview by a senior member of the federal cabinet given to a foreign media channel, there has been increasing debate over the...
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