Raja Rafiullah

  • It was during those young intellectually vibrant days of my university sophomore year that I remember taking a class on the philosophy of Plato. The classroom was one of those dimly lit lecture-rooms situated in the rather scarcely visited corners of the main academic block. And our professor who ...

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  • It is a frigid early morning in the bucolic centre of deep Southern Punjab. The sunlight is gradually creeping in from the east and radiating upon the now lush green wheat plantations. Amjad Hussain, with a stack of papers tucked in between his cold arms, walks across wheat fields in his attempt to ...

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  • A few weeks back on 10th December at the Nobel ceremony held in Stockholm, Sweden - Nobel prizes were handed out to researchers and practitioners from the fields of Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Literature and Economics Sciences. While these awards represent the zenith of intellectual achievement ...

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