Anjum Altaf

Education for all?

Education for all?

To inhibit free expression is a form of exclusion that disproportionately impacts those who do not belong to the majority. Published 16 Sep, 2022 07:50am
Animal tales

Animal tales

Even a lion is no match for a predatory dingbat... Published 31 Jul, 2022 07:25am
You too, HEC

You too, HEC

HEC, which has run higher education into the ground, has now decided to enter the domains of import substitution. Updated 30 Jun, 2022 08:55am
Drink less tea

Drink less tea

It is reasonable to argue that nations develop when every generation is more knowledgeable, better trained than its predecessors. Updated 19 Jun, 2022 10:04am
Roots of extremism

Roots of extremism

Rigid thinking inclines societies towards zealotry. Published 21 Jan, 2021 05:24am
At a loss for words

At a loss for words

Shouldn’t schools have indigenous names too?... Published 03 Jan, 2021 07:25am
Equal education

Equal education

One cannot admire Ranjitsinh enough for his wisdom and vision. Published 22 Dec, 2020 07:23am
Common sense

Common sense

Can a child do better with unfamiliar words? Published 29 Nov, 2020 06:53am
Thought experiment

Thought experiment

A child who hates school is more likely to drop out. Updated 15 Nov, 2020 08:24am
Language of instruction

Language of instruction

The evidence is that children learn best in a language they understand well. Published 23 Oct, 2020 07:14am
Upside-down world

Upside-down world

And then, it would be time to figure out the space for the servant. Published 12 Sep, 2020 07:01am
Strange economics

Strange economics

Here we see the politics of power and powerlessness. Published 25 Aug, 2020 07:03am
Living wage

Living wage

The minute we talk of raising minimum wages, howls are let loose and myriad admonitions pour forth. Published 31 Jul, 2020 07:11am
The city from here

The city from here

Awareness, followed by the desire to change the world, is what motivates the lovers of Faiz. Published 27 May, 2020 06:35am
Where are the experts?

Where are the experts?

We are not even clear about the primary objective of our policy. Published 13 Apr, 2020 06:04am
‘My body, my choice’

‘My body, my choice’

The infliction of pain on the human body is commonly viewed as a just and effective corrective. Updated 17 Mar, 2020 07:32am