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Dr Naazir Mahmood
Dr Naazir Mahmood

The writer holds a PhD from the University of Birmingham, UK and works in Islamabad.

  • July 28, 2018

    The art of capturing the mandate

    In the seven decades of Pakistan’s existence, at least seven strategies or tactics have been developed in the country to capture or steal...

  • July 22, 2018

    Mend the gap

    One seldom comes across a research on Sindh’s education that is impressive. However, a recent research study sponsored by the Sindh Basic...

  • July 14, 2018

    Redefining scholarship

    The normal perception in Pakistan about university teachers is that they don’t read much other than the textbooks they are supposed to teach. A...

  • July 08, 2018

    Hassles of higher education

    Oh, what a pleasure it was to listen to Dr Tariq Banuri. The new chairman of the Higher Education Commission was invited to a reception on June 4...

  • June 30, 2018

    Erdogan’s return

    The election commission in Turkey announced on June 25 that the incumbent president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has won the first round of presidential...

  • June 23, 2018

    An enlightened mind: Part-II

    Calling Rasul Bakhsh Palijo ‘an enlightened mind’ elicited mixed responses from readers. The emails and messages received in response to my...

  • June 15, 2018

    Part - I: An enlightened mind

    Calling a great personality ‘controversial’ is a mundane statement. Such statements have been used to describe almost all great figures. Rasul...