The writer has been associated with the education sector since 1990 as teacher, teacher educator, project manager, monitor and evaluator.
Rereading Shahab Nama, a tale of bureaucratic intrigues, camouflage, self-aggrandisement and subjective portrayal of events
The outstanding movies that teach us almost as much about the futility of World War I as a good book
Retracing some historical errors that pushed a nascent country with great potential towards disasters that still haunt the society
Provinces should resist attempts by the federal government to mutilate the gains of the 18th Amendment especially its vision of a uniform curriculum
Masud Alam -- a fine journalist, a columnist, a doting father, a loving husband, a caring friend, and an intellectual -- is no more. He died in a...