Blogitorial : Homophobia and Pakistan

| By Salman Zafar | On June 26 2015, the United States of America legalized same-sex marriage, thus becoming the 21st country in the world to do so. Historically speaking, same-sex marriages spread… Continue reading

A Case for Objectivity: The Historical Jesus

| By Syed Komayal Hassan | [Disclaimer: The following narrative elucidates the opinion of a celebrated American religious scholar, and not the views of the writer] As a student of history, and one… Continue reading

UKIP’s notion of Britain being a world power has not been true since WW2.

| By Keir Baker | As a superpower in the pre-War world with an empire covering ¼ of the world’s land mass and amongst the victors of the world’s greatest war, in 1951… Continue reading

On the Pettiness of Thought: A Perspective

| By Syed Komayal Hassan | [Disclaimer: The reader is requested to approach the piece with an open and reflective mind] In life, one often comes across individuals who display the marked characteristics… Continue reading

Blogitorial : The Pointless MBA

| By Salman Zafar | “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” -Nelson Mandela We have all been there. We have questioned the value of education,… Continue reading

On Domestic Violence in Pakistan – A Perspective

| By Syed Komayal Hassan | [Disclaimer: The following account has been inspired by several reports of personal experience, which were recounted to the author in great anguish by women and children battered… Continue reading

Education : Three Issues, Three Solutions

| By Ehsam Ullah Baig | Education is a comprehensive term. Its boundaries are as rich and varied as life itself. It is, therefore, true that the last word on Education can never… Continue reading

Lahore In Blood

| By Muhammad Akbar Notezai | On March 15, 2015, two suicide bombers near the gates of two churches, St John’s Catholic Church and Christ Church, blew themselves up in the Youhanabad area… Continue reading

The Gayest Countries In The World

| By William Hayward | No man, woman or country should live a lie. It is one of life’s greatest tragedies to have to constantly show a public face to the world which… Continue reading

Taxes, Return of Investment and Investors/Citizens Trust

| By Alejandro Becerra | I have always been interested in public and government affairs, having studied them for a while in High School, but also independently. Driven by this curiosity, I came… Continue reading