All males hold on to the name they used along their life’s journey while women's gravestones rarely carry their names.
To see where a woman stands in the social order just walk through a cemetery and read the gravestones.
To reward those who killed our soldiers and policemen is inexplicable and a prescription for a second round.
This is the story of Pakistan’s most recognised mathematician and why we finally lost him.
Outrage at America’s overseas rampages is joining together peoples with hugely different thoughts and beliefs.
That so many from the professional classes resort to hooliganism owes to their Ziaist-style school education.
Dr Abdus Salam’s role in seeking China’s help for Pakistan’s atomic bomb has just been revealed.
Ghost teachers in Pakistani rural schools are common enough but few know of our ghost mathematicians.
Mr Prime Minister: welcome to the liberal camp! You are saying now what we liberals have said for 20 years.
Nuclear strategists are actually not nuclear experts and have no ability to predict any significant nuclear event.
KSA and UAE cannot call for self-determination in Kashmir for fear of consequences at home.
Pakistan has kept its commitments to Kashmiris; now it must fulfil promises made to its own citizens.
Aiming for a culture of science will serve Pakistan better than trying to match India’s new moon shot.
Here’s how a weak state can survive in today’s cruel world without a protector and patron.
Mathematics is all about reason but reason in Pakistan appears to have dried up in recent times.
The Banuri-Rahman tiff provides an opportunity to debate the future shape of our universities.
Pakistan’s broken university system cries out for basic attitudinal changes; money cannot fix it.
As silicon chips battle the adversary’s silicon chips the era of aerial dogfighting is closing down.
One hopes for the day when Pakistan has a prime minister like New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern.
Eschewing militarism in favour of human development, Bangladesh set its initial priorities correctly.