The impoverishment of citizens has cascading downstream effects.
Former colonies have been kept economically captive, serving the same purpose in the global economy as they did before...
A failing country cannot expect an external power to take over and reorganise it better.
Any extension of the status quo will reduce Pakistan to rubble.
Education in Pakistan continues to hurtle in the direction of morality, contrary to the trend in almost every other country.
Even if conceded, why should reparations take the form of debt cancellation?
We need an economic model empathetic to the poor’s needs.
To inhibit free expression is a form of exclusion that disproportionately impacts those who do not belong to the majority.
The truth is just a click away...
Even a lion is no match for a predatory dingbat...
HEC, which has run higher education into the ground, has now decided to enter the domains of import substitution.
It is reasonable to argue that nations develop when every generation is more knowledgeable, better trained than its predecessors.
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.