The writer has been associated with the education sector since 1990 as teacher, teacher educator, project manager, monitor and evaluator.
From doctrine of necessity to basic structure of constitution, the challenges the nation faced 60 years ago still haunt us one way or the other
A historical overview of the Great Charter seen through the prism of literature and films, and looking at today’s Pakistan in that context
If there is no coup in Pakistan for the next 15 years, one might hope that around 2030, Pakistan may stand where Turkey is right now. Otherwise, an...
A historical perspective of how the power struggle in Egypt, Turkey and Pakistan transformed the social fabric in these majority-Muslim societies
Thanks to John Howard’s 2001 flick A Beautiful Mind, John Nash became known to even those who had no interest in mathematics or economics
A study noting how the non-Muslim Pakistanis are forced to leave their homes, jobs, businesses, and even extended families to save their lives under...
When a state perpetuates a paradigm it expects its citizens to change their behaviour in the desired way through education, propaganda, and arm...
Looking into the concept in some detail shows that nothing much has changed
Günter Grass provided the amoral and grotesque picture of German history and people’s suffering through his fiction
How the genre of biopics produced excellent films that also led to cerebral arousal