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[April 25, 2015 | No Comment | ]
The ‘Wired’ Activist

Sabeen Mahmud was a techie on a mission. Her goal was intellectual poverty alleviation – to “shake us out of a dangerous state of lethargy.”

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Books »

[28 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
The Militant Threat

Without indulging in polemics or conspiracy theories, Pakistan’s Counterterrorism Challenge takes a critical look at the growth of Islamic militancy in Pakistan.

Books »

[28 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
The Men Behind the Curtain

Khalid Muhammad’s debut novel takes readers behind the scenes where the battle for power between the civilian and military leadership actually takes place.

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Bengali First or Muslim First?

The battle over the identity of Bangladesh that began in 1971 continues – with tragic consequences.

Art, Books »

[27 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
The Life and Times of Ajmal Husain

Through his memoir, internationally renowned artist Ajmal Husain recounts a life rich in colour and mood.

International News »

On the Chopping Board

India has a thriving film industry and, alongside, a thriving censorship industry.

Education »

[23 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
The Frontiers of Education

It will take generations and gumption to make the country’s remote northern regions education-friendly, but spunky NGOs, teachers, parents and children are taking up the challenge.

News & Politics »

[22 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
Seats on Sale

Whether conducted by Bonapartist generals or civilians, all general elections since 1970 have been tainted by corrupt practices.