What ails our education system?
It is our tragedy that people turn away when they hear of cases of young girls being trafficked.
Experts support the use of several languages in a multilingual society.
Weren’t the minorities supposed to be, in equal measure, a pillar of the political structure of Jinnah’s Pakistan?
Policymakers are biased against the poor.
No law has been adopted to criminalise sex trafficking within Pakistan.
It is worrisome how the internet has taken control of human life.
Attempts to control a child’s mind are futile.
Pakistan’s human sex trafficking racket is thriving in a culture of impunity.
There is a need for linguistic interactions to bond people.
Timely intervention can prevent blindness.
The man who tills the land to feed the country cannot feed his own family.
Ombudsmen should play an active role in redressing public woes.
There is no way of knowing how many cases of TB go undetected.
A person who is anxious about his next meal cannot be happy.
Balochistan’s biggest tragedy is the education emergency there.
If education reinforces patriarchy, no change can be expected.
The time has come to decide our priorities.
The festival opens up a fascinating world of books for children.
The government just doesn’t care.