The writer is Professor in the faculty of Liberal Arts at the Beaconhouse National University, Lahore
The resilience shown by the Indian civil society and the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University is commendable
The social history of the Punjab under colonialism has not been attempted so far
The medium of instruction and uniformity of the curriculum are the most daunting of challenges confronting the government
Many aspects of Punjab’s social history remain shrouded in mystery which need to be explored
Education ceases to be the panacea for social impropriety in Pakistan, an avid illustration of which was provided by lawyers by ransacking the...
Liberal arts is an important academic discipline for university students in Pakistan. It is also the only antidote to apathy currently prevalent in...
The problem with Pakistan is that it lacks the socio-cultural flexibility whereby any synthesis of different systems becomes possible
I cannot define Pakistani state in definitive terms; whether it is a nation state or ideological polity remains a niggling question to me
Seventy percent of the employees in any university should be teachers and 30 percent non-teaching staff
Gandhi was used as an instrument to elbow out Nehru from the national discourse