The Colorful Mil vs Dil Relationship in Pakistani Society

Posted on November 10, 2009
36 Comments
Total Views: 66028

Irum Sarfaraz What is a discussion on contemporary Pakistani society without a discussion on the relationship of mother in laws and daughters in laws. Though this unique relationship is a bitter fruit in all cultures across the globe; regardless of race, class and ethnicity; in few other places it is as prominent as it is […]

Juvenile Delinquency in Pakistan

Posted on May 28, 2008
15 Comments
Total Views: 100509

Irum Sarfaraz The state of juvenile delinquency in Pakistan is reaching epic proportion with neither the law nor other people associated with it willing to understand the continual and serious dangers being rendered to the health, social and moral development of these children and society. The majority of these delinquents are ‘street children’ who are […]

Irum Sarfaraz The term brain drain was coined by the spokesmen of the Royal Society of London to describe the outflow of scientists and technologists to the United States and Canada in the early 1950s. Since then the term has become synonymous with human capital or the migration of highly educated individuals from the developing, […]

NEXT PAGE »