Ambreen Arshad

Where did these words come from?

CONSIDERING that English has such a large vocabulary, being an expert of spellings, or a Spelling Bee participant is... Published Dec 13, 2014 07:12am

Who really discovered America?

WE all know that Christopher Columbus discovered America — but we all don’t know that this is a myth. Yes,... Published Oct 11, 2014 06:16am

It’s all in the colours

I am sure hardly any of you has ever watched a black-and-white TV, the kind that was there when your parents were... Published Sep 06, 2014 05:53am

Origami for you

ALL of you must have come across paper cranes and hearts made through origami and without cutting the paper. And I ... Published Jul 26, 2014 05:18am

Crazy laws around the world

SOME wise man once said that laws are made to be broken. This shouldn’t be the case as laws are meant to be... Published May 31, 2014 05:34am

Without a trace!

THE mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has puzzled the world, and even after five weeks, it is... Published Apr 12, 2014 07:50am

Exam survival guide

WHEN you are a student, nothing is as scary as exams. And you can’t avoid them, so learn to survive them! ... Published Mar 08, 2014 07:09am

Interview: Not a dead end

Are there any obvious signs or indicators that a child is dyslexic? There are some obvious symptoms, but it Published Feb 02, 2014 08:08am

Women in white

Seafarers have always been men, in all eras and cultures — be it as merchants, explorers, pirates or defenders. Is... Published Sep 01, 2013 03:10pm

A major achievement

It was a landmark for women in the armed forces when, on June 17, 2002, Dr Shahida Malik was promoted to the rank of... Updated Sep 01, 2013 08:11am

An ounce of prevention

Twenty-six years after the first HIV-positive case was identified in Pakistan, an ordinance related to this global... Published Jul 28, 2013 09:51am