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There has been no closure for those who mourn Perween Rahman’s loss.
A Pak-China medical corridor can benefit many.
We seem to be moving from the culture of writing.
The overall picture of our schools remains bleak.
Deceased organ donation is SIUT’s new challenge.
Our children continue to be disinterested in science.
Hybrid plants are too untested a technology to win universal acceptance.
A ‘critical mass’ of female presence must be in government.
Public input is needed to formulate an education policy.
The vulnerable child will seek the heady freedom of the streets.
At the root of the medical crisis is the rotten state of PMDC.
At the core of the population problem is our failure to empower women.
When children are denied their own language, they never learn to think.
With the city awash with guns, can you really expect them not to be used?
No one speaks of the gross injustice being inflicted on a majority of Karachi’s population.
Those who have saved their intellectual integrity must be valued.
We congratulate ourselves for our success in ‘manpower export’.
Education is not perceived holistically in Pakistan.
Assimilation has not been possible in the city.