Mon January 23, 2017
Rabi-us-Sani 24, 1438 A.H.
Pak vs Aus
The CPEC and knowledge
January 18, 2017
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has enormous potential to launch Pakistan into today’s knowledge-driven world where human...
Reviving hope in higher education
January 11, 2017
Pakistan had a number of reasons to celebrate in 2016. The Unesco director general formally signed a document on November 21, 2016, designating the...
The changing climate and our future
December 29, 2016
According to scientists working on global weather patterns, rising global temperatures are causing the glaciers in the Himalayas as well as in...
Our world tomorrow
December 21, 2016
Amazing innovations are transforming our world at a mind-boggling pace. They are disrupting economies as conventional technologies recede into the...
Higher education in chaos
December 07, 2016
The higher education sector is facing a huge chaotic situation for the last four years since there are now three higher education commissions that...
Developments in the energy sector
November 30, 2016
There have been amazing developments in the energy sector, and we are well on our way to replacing conventional energy with clean renewable energy....
A knowledge economy
November 16, 2016
The world is being transformed at a mindboggling pace. Science, technology and innovation have become the keys to this transformation. For this...
November 02, 2016
There was great news for science in Pakistan in September 2016 when Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading organisation that provides reliable...
Agriculture: disruptive innovations
October 19, 2016
Last week I chaired a meeting of the United Nations Advisory Board on Science Technology and Innovation formed by the UN Commission for the South...
Defence: disruptive innovations
October 05, 2016
Certain insect-sized military drone aircraft developed in the US that look like flies, bees and cockroaches have now been successfully fitted with...
Health: disruptive innovations
September 21, 2016
If you cut off the tail of a lizard, it soon grows back. What is the mechanism by which this happens? Can the same or a similar mechanism be applied...
September 11, 2016
The world is changing at an incredible pace and each week brings a thousand new discoveries, many of which are changing the way we live and interact...
August 24, 2016
Pakistan today has the slowest growing economy in South Asia with the GDP of Myanmar growing at 8.6 percent, Bhutan at 8.4 percent, India at 7.5...
The centre of development
August 10, 2016
There is overwhelming evidence that countries that have invested heavily in science and technology have succeeded in achieving rapid and sustained...
A blueprint for development
July 27, 2016
Since the formation of Pakistan, successive governments have largely ignored the key pillars necessary for socio-economic development. These are:...
It's my film too. It's my right: Mahira on being sidelined for...
69 Pakistanis in Saudi detention on terror charges
Pliskova beats ´Dasha´ to dash Aussie hopes
Indian blind team to visit Pakistan
Pink hats take over Sundance festival as Handler leads Women's...
Special Security Division for CPEC projects notified
Durand Line: A reality that cannot be changed
Ties with Washington to be strengthened further: Nawaz
Parco to set up $5 bn deep conversion coastal refinery
Indian blind team to visit Pakistan
KP Police training makes a difference
Malam Jabba to host first-ever international ski tournament
Hollywood set for Oscars picks with no big surprises
O´Sullivan wins record seventh Masters title
Syed Talat Hussain
For the court to think about
Turangzai vs the Raj
Tale from Rumi
Dr A Q Khan
Breaking the shackles
While the planet burns
Linda Pentz Gunter