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  • Different types of thinking in consumers

    When people have to look downward to see a product, their thinking becomes more concrete; when they have to look upward, it becomes more abstract, says a team led by Anneleen van Kerckhove, a researcher at Ghent University in Belgium...

  • CJP Jawwad S. Khawaja: De-colonising judicial thinking

    Khawaja, who retires on Sept 9, has been generally understood as being an extension of the judicial thinking of former chief justice Iftikhar Chaudhry...

    If there is one single concept which captures the Supreme Court career of Chief Justice Khawaja, it is the mission to de-colonise judicial thinking...

  • Logical thinking

    Education should impart both technical skills and general rational outlooks...

    Unfortunately, students of even leading fields like law, engineering, business etc usually gain technical skills only, given rote teaching
  • Thinking critically — really?

    The remedy, for our higher education woes, usually suggested is introduction of critical thinking: students should be able to think and engage critically with what they learn...

    If our students did have the ability to engage critically with learning methods and the content of learning, we would indeed be in a very different place today...

  • FICTION: Wishful thinking

    Looking Back: How Pakistan Became an Asian Tiger by 2050 is Dr Nadeem ul Haque’s latest book...

    While dismissing the notion of ‘development first,’ the writer argues for reforming the system first, to make the ground conducive to sustainable development
  • Scientific approach, critical thinking among youths stressed

    PESHAWAR: The panelists during the 11th study circle of the Bacha Khan Fellows stressed youths to adopt scientific approach and way of critical thinking in their life for clear vision and unbiased decisions...

    They discussed the scientific way of thinking, the difference between nation and state, pluralist narrative, patriarchy, and condition of Pakhtun nation in the current political scenario...

  • Development: Thinking outside the box within a box

    Asma Noureen, a 24-year-old from Bahawalpur is a perfect example of how social entrepreneurship can be life changing...

    A participant in a new development programme, Business in a Box (BiB), which distributes contraceptives and other items needed by women in villages but under a business model, Asma has not only improved birth control prevalence in her village but also earned a good profit by doing so
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