History is not a timeline and stories have a way of telling themselves, says Sarah Elahi, who researched partition narratives both as a history major in college and while working at the Citizen’s Archive of Pakistan.
During a seminar at SZABIST, Dr Fouzia Saeed questioned the norms of Pakistani society and asked the attendees to stand up for gender equality once and for all, saying, “I’m counting on your generation.”
An Ismaili was one of the founding members of the All-India Muslim League. Pakistan’s boundaries were negotiated by an Ahmadi. What else has been ripped from our history books that could help promote interfaith harmony and understanding?