24 October, 2014 / 28 Zilhaj, 1435

Zubeida Mustafa

People’s power

True emancipation lies in honing the tools of survival.

Nobel for Malala

Education in Pakistan is seen as a privilege.

Elusive goals

Pakistan’s progress on the MDGs has been disappointing.

Scottish referendum

With issues under discussion, people remained engaged in the campaign.

IS and the youth

Many young Muslims draw inspiration from websites with extremist content.

Our own Berridales?

Land strips should be given to women to grow food for their families.

Helping oneself

There has been a stupendous increase in poverty levels.

Rules of the game

Military intervention has not been the only obstacle blocking democracy.

Legacy unbounded

Anita Ghulamali focused on schools where the children of the poor study.

A mini Pakistan

The problems of apartment life are rooted in apathy.

The veil face-off

There’s no religious consensus on the niqab.

Our own insecurity

It is difficult for people to escape religiosity.

No standards set

THE health sector should be of concern to all — even to those who go to the best private medical practitioners....

A cry for help

WITH the Pakistan Army’s attack on the militants in North Waziristan, a human tragedy of gargantuan proportions ...

O the rankings again

THE Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings released last week offers some food for thought — that...

Human side of jobs

A MAJOR challenge faced by Pakistan’s economy today is one of providing opportunities for income generation to the...

Education myths

IT is budget time in Pakistan and one issue of special concern to the people is the attention that the education...

Polio emergency

The need is to reassess our approach to preventive medicine.

Fear, pride and folly

Nuclear priorities have not allowed us to focus on the people.

Motivating the teacher

Challenges can be expected for a new teachers training centre.