Culture

Alchemy in a Pakistani classroom

As authoritarian and neoliberal logics undermine universities, students remain their saving grace.
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Promising Sex, Delivering Adverts

How are an entrepreneur from Sargodha, developers from India, sexual frustration, cybersex pages, advertising revenue and an impersonation scam related to each other?
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Bad Doctors by the Dozen

There are over 600,000 non-registered medical practitioners in the country. They are distributing ‘medicines’ to patients without being answerable to anyone.
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Silencing journalists, one tweet at a time

Who began #ArrestAntiPakJournalists on Twitter? What did they hope to achieve?
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Can the Pakistani job market afford graduates?

After a lifetime of investment, can most graduates today afford basic expenses such as rent, transport and food?
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What Digital Media ‘Gets Away’ With

Whether its reports about aliens or sex, why is it that digital media appears keener to take risks than print media?
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