The writer has a PhD in history from Shanghai University and is a lecturer at GCU, Faisalabad. He can be contacted at [email protected] He tweets at @MazharGondal87.
In Indian history, spying on citizens is as old as Rigveda
Factionalism among Kisan leadership prevented it from achieving the goal of peasant autonomy
The Saka Nankana as preserved through dholas of Noori Kamoboka remains an important part of Sikh history
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto remains an enigmatic figure of Pakistan’s politics long after his passing
Sheikh Muhammad Rashid set a precedent for politics guided by ideology and principles
Ruchi Ram Sahni was a social reformer and scientist
A look back at Punjab’s four migrations since 1885
Remembering the life and achievements of Fazl-i-Husain
Has Punjab welcomed every invader?
Remembering the unsung hero of Punjab in the 1857 War of Independence