Monthly Archives: September 2003

Where do the drop-do the drop-outs go?

By Zubeida Mustafa
Source: Dawn

PAKISTAN, indeed, has a split personality. A dualism in our life is most prominent in our education system How else would you describe a country which has 46 million adults who cannot read or write, and probably will never be able to learn. On the other hand, only a few thousand children receive the best education in high quality institutions with the best of facilities.
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The state of our democracy

By Zubeida Mustafa
Source: Dawn

THE current tussle in Islamabad on the Legal Framework Order has left the people in a state of bewilderment. The common man perceives the happenings in the federal capital as a struggle for power between the elite groups with none of them having any concern for the welfare of the masses.
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