Is Pakistan ready for the disruption that artificial intelligence and automation are bound to bring to the labour market?
There is a need to understand the interdisciplinary nature of city management
The corporate sector can help encourage home-based women entrepreneurs
We need to move away from big flashy developments and improve and utilise existing spaces in our built environment
A de-centralised, agile system is needed to manage a country of 220 million people
Among other things, pedestrianisation will boost the street economy, creating jobs for the youth and local people
Why has our idea of urban planning and a planner been so reserved when we are living in a globally connected world?
Our aim should be to make the city more inclusive, create jobs and make room for various income and demographic groups
Vibrant and energised public spaces enable greater inter-class interaction and socio-religious and economic tolerance
Instead of following leading epidemiologists, politicians were relying on their hunches