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Saudi government to tighten fundraising laws to promote moderate Islam

James M Dorsey | A Saudi draft law could constitute a first indication that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s vow to return the kingdom to...

Can Pakistan avoid another APS Peshawar massacre?

Syed Ali Hadi | It has been three years since the heinous terrorists attack on APS Peshawar. Much has been done in terms of engaging...

Can education be decolonized in Pakistan?

Ikram Sehgal | Established initially as institutions of higher studies, Madrasahs taught law, Islamic sciences and philosophy. Prior to the arrival of British, both religious...

Pakistan: Surviving on uncanny strengths!

Amjad Mahmood | Every tribe, ethnicity, empire, dynasty, and nation since ages has held some form of authority, power, and influence during different segments of...

Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s book: A gust of scandals

News Desk | Nawazuddin Siddiqui in his book has come up with some disturbing revelations about his life outside the cinema. Love affairs, suicide attempts,...

Is PML-N government mishandling the CPEC project?

 Waris Husain | Through this piece, I would like to draw the attention of all concerned, particularly the members of parliament and all the political...

KPK government brings revolutionary changes in education sector

Aisha Sarwari | The Elementary and Secondary Education Department (ESED) of the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has addressed what is clearly an education emergency. A...

The Power of deep thinking: essence of creativity

Dr. Jamie Schwandt | True or False: “This sentence is false.” What was your answer to the question above? Did you quickly fire off an answer...

The obsession with new things is burdening our brain

Brian Lee | Commercial organizations depend and thrive on our natural curiosity. That’s right, companies know that people are driven by a strong obsession for obtaining...

Higher purposes of university education

Dr. S. Zulfiqar Gilani | Universities have mushroomed all over Pakistan, and there is an ever-increasing number of individuals with University Degrees. On the face...

To make wise decisions, ask yourself these questions

Lewis Humphries | There is a reason why critical thinking remains one of the most coveted skills among employers, as it drives effective problem solving...

The art of not knowing

Leon Ho | The fear of saying “I don’t know” started long ago. In the past, a person’s ability to gain employment was based on...

Will CPEC negatively affect the social culture of Pakistan?

Raheel Hassan | The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a buzz-word in the region today. China finds it as a conduit to expand its tentacles,...

To improve education in Pakistan we need 2-Way communication

Shahid Anwar | Organizational theory tells us that institutions are a function of what they communicate and how!  Good institutions come from good understanding amongst...

Not every child is an A grade student. Why we must...

I’m about to go on a rant. I hate homework. Controversial, as I’ve been a teacher for 22 years and I’ve personally set hundreds of...

Let’s talk science!

Sheikh Fayaz | Nov 04, 2016 An open letter to Dr. Parvez Hoodbhoy, by Sheikh Fayaz Dear Dr. Parvez Hoodbhoy, I hope that this humble piece of...

Why you must read Henry Kissinger’s “World Order”?

Moeed Pirzada | Why you must read Henry Kissinger’s “World Order”? – Unlike many books these days that read like a Master student’s exam passing...

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