Unexamined privileges exist in Pakistani education.
Rigid thinking inclines societies towards zealotry.
Shouldn’t schools have indigenous names too?...
One cannot admire Ranjitsinh enough for his wisdom and vision.
Can a child do better with unfamiliar words?
A child who hates school is more likely to drop out.
Microsense can be macromadness.
The evidence is that children learn best in a language they understand well.
And then, it would be time to figure out the space for the servant.
Here we see the politics of power and powerlessness.
The minute we talk of raising minimum wages, howls are let loose and myriad admonitions pour forth.
People have a right to honour what they wish to honour. There is no call to fear that democratic choice.
Awareness, followed by the desire to change the world, is what motivates the lovers of Faiz.
We are not even clear about the primary objective of our policy.
The infliction of pain on the human body is commonly viewed as a just and effective corrective.
Democracy relies on collective wisdom to yield the best of a set of often bad choices.
We have to minimise discretion in Pakistan at least for this phase of our existence.
Why do the rulers consider increase in remittances praiseworthy?
Our education systems need to be independently assessed.
Taxpayers here have valid concerns: does the government care for us?