Pakistan's once promising scientific order was invaded and then littered with pseudoscientific hogwash.
Nadeem F. Paracha
Almost every regime is struggling to grapple with the spread of this virus.
Many believers in Muslim, Christian and Hindu societies do not see any dichotomy between faith and science.
The recent reports of the discovery of a plot against the Saudi king may not be as surprising as they seem.
Could Pakistani culture’s gradual ‘Arabisation’ finally be reaching a point of unexpected and ironic turnaround?
Politicians are known to adjust and readjust their words according to political and cultural orientation of audiences.
The history of state subsidies for performing Haj is not ‘centuries-old’ as some woud have us believe.
Some commentators suspect many of these tomes are still out there.
Over the years, Pak-Afghan relations have been influenced by the changing political climate of the region
PTI needs to find common ground between Pashtun nationalism and the state’s evolving post-Islamist narrative.
Much has been written about the dubious claims which became part of Pakistani textbooks and nationalist narratives.
What makes a university campus left wing or right wing?
Since 1981, relations with Iran have remained tense and enigmatic, in contrast to their earlier unqualified warmth.
The curious case of ‘brown’ folks fawning over Hitler and his policies.
When the British introduced the blasphemy law in India in 1860, it did not carry the death sentence. How did the law
Constitutional amendments made in bad faith prove tough to reverse when they become tools in hands of political lobbies.
The New Left’s relativist and psychological critique of capitalism made intellectual vagueness ‘hip’ in the postmodern
It is important to debunk misconceptions about Pakistan’s student politics history.
Are Pakistani expatriates far removed from the changing reality of domestic politics?
Organised student politics needs brand new strategies and newer models instead of those from bygone times.