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Parenting: The good, the bad, and the necessary

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Parenthood is a fascinating time for most of us – great challenges, plenty of learning and an invitation to sleepless nights. With excitement and...

August 15th: A day of national and collective mourning in Bangladesh

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46 years ago during the early hours of this day, a group of young Bangladesh army personnel invaded the Dhanmondi 32 residence of revolutionary...
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Regulating therapists: A million-dollar question

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While the world is left in shock at the barbaric, brutal murder of Noor Mukkadam, there are increasing concerns and debates over the lack...

Tokyo Olympics: Most expensive summer games ever

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After long contemplations and debates on cancellation and postponement, the Tokyo Olympics finally got underway last week. To host an event of this magnitude...

Where did it go wrong for Quetta Gladiators?

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How the mighty have fallen; from one of the most successful teams in the history of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Quetta Gladiators have...

Racial profiling: Constructing the ‘violent Pashtun’ in our collective imagination

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Racial power asymmetry is part of the popular global discourse that most people are familiar with. Only last month, Derek Chauvin—the police officer accused...

Collaborate, Cheat, Repeat: How Pakistani students are acing online exams

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Shariq* is a lawyer because of the novel coronavirus. When asked about it, he will tell generations after him how a raging pandemic wreaked havoc...

A Suitable Ploy: Hindutva’s Love Jihad morphs into a precursor for marginalisation

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Published in 1993, Vikram Sethi's 'A Suitable Boy' leisurely unspooled the tangled threads of communal tension and conservatism in post-independence India as many had...

Living History: My infantile urge to gain revenge led to my association with Al-Zulfiqar...

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Vivid and vast, the lived experiences of individuals carry more weight than the pages of history books; fleshing out the empty spaces between the...

The Aurat March persists because it is driven by love

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Now in its fourth iteration, the Aurat March continues to evoke myriad strong reactions before and after its commencement each year. This time, the...

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