Frequent changes of policy can play havoc with the already derelict healthcare system
Despite being quickly dealt with, the disease seemed to have been spreading in the Punjab by the end of 1897
Instead of focusing only on trade union rights, all workplace rights should be measured both in law and practice
Is illegal cigarette trade enough justification for the tobacco industry to demand tax relief?
Online education presents serious challenges in assessment
Dr Lal Khan was a full-blooded political Marxist as his writings reflect
Local bodies must feature permanently because without them, the whole practice of democracy is rendered meaningless
For many centuries, Abdullah Bhatti, alias Dulla Bhatti, lived through the memories of Dhadis before his life was penned down by well-known Punjabi...
Mixed messages from political and social leaders have fed the doubts
Dr Dean Allen examines the parallels between coronavirus and Spanish flu