Taxpayers here have valid concerns: does the government care for us?
Chota is highly skilled, street-smart and wise. Yet no one would consider him educated. Why not?
Why, as a society, we feel increasingly disinclined to enforce the rules is a matter of great significance.
We literally do not know what we are eating in Pakistan.
Pakistan’s development problems are not going to be resolved even if every citizen acquires a postgraduate education.
The kings and kingmakers have now led the country into very dangerous territory.
Just as a robust undergraduate system is a prerequisite for successful doctoral programmes, ...
Liberalism, pluralism and secularism resonated very little with the mass of the Indian population.
Our linguistic confusions are compounded by the fact that Urdu is very carefree with its pronunciation and use of
‘Welfare’ not ‘warfare’ should be the goal.
Meta-issues involving complex dimensions are not suitable for referenda.
What is intriguing is our selective use of the concept of sustainability.
It is normal for us to accept whoever is placed on the pedestal.
There’s no place for ‘good’ representatives — the more powerful and connected the patron, the better.
Is suo motu action an exercise in futility?
The burden of disease became much more equalised.
Why is delimitation so contentious in the US and so ignored in Pakistan?
When tomatoes were selling for Rs300 a kilo in Lahore they were available at Indian Rs40 in Amritsar.
Extremism has become conflated with violence and terrorism.
The American leader’s cavalier attitude has unleashed fresh thinking on a number of issues.