The government just doesn’t care.
How many intellectuals do we have in Pakistan?
Are laws enough to change the status of Pakistan’s women?
English is destroying our education system.
Extremism has opened a Pandora’s box. How will it be checked?
Schools do not motivate their students to read books.
The longest serving professional editor of an English-language newspaper in Pakistan left a long-lasting mark on Dawn.
Dr Zulfiqar wanted to improve the same society that had wronged him.
Not much has changed on the ground.
In Sindh, 61pc of girls are out of school.
Why do we not have more translations in Pakistan?
We’ve been running with the hare and hunting with the hounds.
The voices of Partition must be heard to bring closure.
Once again, we have dismal figures for education in the country.
Is population planning following the same path as education?
Scepticism surrounds the implementation of child marriage laws.
The language policy for schools must be revised.
Leprosy, according to Dr Pfau, ‘is not just a sickness’.
It’s time to revamp our medical education system.
New solutions are needed to provide nutrition to children.