The writer has been associated with the education sector since 1990 as teacher, teacher educator, project manager, monitor and evaluator.
The life of the constitution from early 1956 to October 1958 when the first countrywide martial law was imposed
A peek into the events leading to the rapid rise of Iskandar Mirza culminating in his becoming president in 1956
Multiple award-winning Indian film director Kalpana Lajmi passed away recently, leaving behind a body of acclaimed films
HRCP fact-finding report highlights worst curbs on freedom of expression
Samir Amin’s interaction with and observation of militant and political Islam
Amin’s major contribution is critical and innovative application of Marxism to explain underdevelopment shaped by the capitalist system
In his new book, eminent critic and researcher Dr Iqbal Afaqi discusses ideas about aesthetics that are commonly out of bounds for an Urdu reader
Uri Avnery died exposing the corruption, the discrimination, and the violations of human rights by the Israeli state
Dissident Russian novelist Vladimir Voinovich who passed away last month was stripped of his Russian nationality only to be fêted by his home...
Frank Sinatra and his two wives, Ava Gardner and Mia Farrow, starred in movies that still mesmerise us with their brilliance