Access to education in Pakistan varies by income level of parents, geographical location and gender of children.
The shortage of female teachers for mathematics and science is felt everywhere in the country.
Poor quality, lack of timely delivery and absence of pride in one’s skills are part of the economic puzzle.
Unaffordable transport costs continue to deprive girls of an education.
Teachers, thinkers and writers shape our future. It is these very people we are trying to silence.
Are schools justified in charging fees in quarterly chunks and demanding advance payment?
If an industry starts going down the incentives path, only the poorest-quality item will be produced.
Can a country afford to under-utilise resources and still perform economically?
The motorcycle market has expanded rapidly, even in the peri-urban and rural areas.
Frequent policy changes by the government have not helped Pakistani manufacturers.
Students are brilliant at learning but can’t connect this with the world they live in.
The state and society have been indifferent to the plight of the majority of our children.
"Our reluctance to honestly examine the experience of aging and dying has increased the harm we inflict on...
Do children become better human beings by studying religion as a compulsory subject?
The fact that we need to change the way we use water has not fully sunk in.
THOUGH inequalities, across countries as well as within them, are large, on average people living today are much...
Is creating a feeling of profound insecurity in a community not the definition of terror?
The ineffectiveness of the regulatory structures is evident to all.
The problem worsens when society starts expecting a certain level of dishonesty.
There is a stronger desire to show that the laws apply to others, and not to us.