The author is a linguistic historian.
The greatest harm we are doing to our people is that by not respecting their languages we insult their authentic beings; their identity as members...
A detailed, objective, and accurate account of the Sunni-Shia conflict in Pakistan and India
The only work by a Pakistani historian on macro-history and the concept of political power
It’s time the state took responsibility of protecting its citizens’ lives and said no to jirgas
A two-day conference on Pakistani writing in English with exciting sessions and interesting conversation turns out to be a literary blessing
We should celebrate the earthiness, the bonding and the celebration of life contained in the language
Some fond memories of Sahibzada Yaqub Ali Khan but none of them about his political views
To close down the Linguistics Department at Quaid-i-Azam University is like killing unborn research, thus harming the cause of higher education
The Supreme Court order, even if implemented, will not really change the power equation nor will it remove the linguistic privilege of the haves...
Though rich enough to function as the language of administration, judiciary and military at the highest levels, will Urdu really become Pakistan’s...