The future leaders of Central Asia

“The question will be, will this society reward them for that level of knowledge,” said Shamsh Kassim-Lakha, chairman of UCA’s board of trustees.

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Naji Khan Naji, a teacher of the upper Chitral, has compiled the 600-page dictionary consisting of about 16,000 words of the language, which is spoken in Chitral district and parts of GB.

First-ever Khowar dictionary launched PESHAWAR: The first-ever dictionary of Khowar language has been launched here with a pledge to work for the promotion of the language. Naji Khan Naji, a retired teacher from Torkhow tehsil of the upper Chitral, has compiled the 600-page dictionary consisting of about 16,000 words of the language, which is overwhelmingly…

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Australian High Commissioner Margaret Adamson, said the her government was pleased to assist in improving the accessibility and quality of education in the most remote and marginalized communities of Gilgit-Baltistan.

Gilgit Baltistan – Australia joint education initiative launched ISLAMABAD (APP): The Australian High Commission in Islamabad and the local government of Gilgit Baltistan has launched the ‘Gilgit-Baltistan Education Strategy 2016-2030’ aimed at promoting equal opportunity of education to girls and boys. Australian High Commissioner Margaret Adamson, Governor of Gilgit-Baltistan Mir Ghazanfar and Education Minister Gilgit-…

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High up on a Pakistani mountain, a success story for moderate Islam

Once a hardscrabble Himalayan town where residents barely had enough to eat, Karimabad, in the Hunza Valley, is now one of Pakistan’s most idyllic spots — an oasis of tolerance, security and good schools. That standard of living can be traced to residents’ moderate interpretation of Islam as well as the considerable support from one of the world’s largest charities. A Post on Washington post by Tim Craig is The Post’s bureau chief in Pakistan. He has also covered conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and within the District of Columbia government.

High up on a Pakistani mountain, a success story for moderate Islam A view of the Hunza Valley from a mountain in Hunza. Mian Khursheed/For The Washington Post KARIMABAD, Pakistan —Visitors to this stunningly beautiful valley, towered over by five snow-capped mountains, sometimes feel as if they are standing at the edge of the earth…

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Pakistan Public School Curriculum Distorts Views on Terrorism, Researcher Says Published: on United States Institute of Peace June 12, 2015 By: Gopal Ratnam

Pakistan Public School Curriculum Distorts Views on Terrorism, Researcher Says.. An article by Gopal Ratnam on Web of United States Institute of peace .. Gopal Ratnam, a national security reporter for Bloomberg News He holds a master’s degree in journalism from American University in Washington. A native of India, he also holds an MBA degree from the country and was a business reporter for The Hindu-Business Line — one of India’s largest English-language newspapers

Published: June 12, 2015 By: Gopal Ratnam,,,,,,,,,,         Pakistan’s public school curriculum uses flawed textbooks that distort student perceptions, limit their critical thinking skills and obscure the real causes of violence and terrorism in the country, according to a study commissioned by the U.S. Institute of Peace. “Pakistan’s current educational system does…

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