Pakistan seeks to lead the Muslim world but civil society in the Middle East is evolving much faster.
The world rightly ignores complaints of Islamophobia from a country that mistreats its religious minorities.
Successful societies know that those who fight wars well are not always best suited for running industries, academia, or govt.
Arab and Pakistani cultures remain self-congratulatory even eight centuries after Islam’s Golden Age ended.
Yoking ordinary schools to madressahs will impair the reasoning capacity of children and job competitiveness.
India and Pakistan’s new education policies will push their respective religious minorities into a corner.
The SNC massively prioritises ideology over education quality and acquisition of basic skills.
Left-liberals in the West should ponder the effects of effacing historical symbols as Pakistan-India have.
Faked history fuels revivalist dreams, creates false hopes, & suggests the way forward is through the sword.
The state’s scorn for science and surrender to religious forces has put Pakistan’s millions in danger.
What is called online learning can be worth its name if and only if there’s absolute transparency.
Hopes for dealing scientifically with the virus rest upon Darwin’s discovery of the principle of natural selection.
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.