The writer has been associated with the education sector since 1990 as teacher, teacher educator, project manager, monitor and evaluator.
Voices for human rights and democracy emerge at events recently organised by Human Rights Commission of Pakistan
Any attempt to undo the 18th Constitutional Amendment might strengthen centrifugal forces
A spotlight on major parties, players and points of contention that led to Gen Ayub Khan’s downfall in March 1969
Looking back at events fifty years ago that led to ouster of General Ayub Khan
Shehr-e-Aarzoo is a book that covers diverse subjects ranging from human rights, social issues to peace and politics
Regretful stories of young women who left their families to join fighters on war fronts
As the US withdrawal is approaching fast, Pakistan needs to tread carefully for any further instability in Afghanistan will directly impact Pakistan
Tharparker is no more a quiet and neglected area of Sindh. It is humming with development activities
Highlighting the challenges and issues that must be tackled at the family level for a peaceful and pluralist Pakistan
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, and Iran enjoyed good relations; Iraq and Syria improved their security situation; whereas Pakistan and Saudi Arabia...