The writer holds a PhD in economics and is an assistant professor the Department of Economics, COMSATS University Islamabad, Lahore Campus. He can be reached at [email protected]
Given the limited fiscal space available to the governments for mental health, it should at least sensitise the people that mental disorders are...
When people fear they may be unable to afford even the basic necessities with lawful means, they are under pressure to indulge in corrupt practices
Promising millions of jobs during the election campaign only to reveal the government’s inability to provide jobs once in power does not go down...
The state must establish its writ in ensuring the rights of women
Since climate change is a matter of national security for Pakistan, our laws need to set clear milestones for climate change action
A sustained and rational struggle for their rights within the constitutional limits is what the students should ideally aim at
A big problem for the education system in Pakistan is that it has to operate within the existing institutional arrangement
We can learn a lot from Nobel laureates who have changed the lives of millions of poor people around the world
Gender equality needs to be embedded in the curriculum, particularly upto secondary level
Given the fact that about 10 percent of the youth in Pakistan are unemployed and have no vocational or technical skills, a proactive strategy to...