As major contributors to illiteracy, we are seen as a basket case.
When justice is done it will not be for the late OPP-RTI director alone.
Children with autism can benefit a great deal from music therapy.
Why should people resist books in their electronic form?
Delivery of services should accompany a change in attitudes.
We are so focused on English that all other languages are sidelined.
The state school sector has not expanded to meet the needs of the people.
Activism doesn’t have to be all work and no play.
Violence in the megalopolis is linked to the class divide.
The approach to medicine must combine equity, dignity and compassion.
The reactions are intense. But will Peshawar be a watershed?
Some activists promote the liberal values taught decades ago.
People with disabilities can live a meaningful life.
Teachers themselves are the product of poor educational levels.
Jobs have a human aspect which we fail to note.
A child learns best if she is taught in her mother tongue.
Perween Rahman and Asiya Bibi are symbols of our quest for justice.
The survival of scientific research is endangered today.
True emancipation lies in honing the tools of survival.
Education in Pakistan is seen as a privilege.