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BIO-DATA C.V DR. TARIQ RAHMAN Distinguished National Professor of Sociolinguistic History National Institute of Pakistan Studies Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad

PART-1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 Personal Qualifications Record of Employment and Experience PUBLICATIONS 4 5-7 8-15 16-18 19-38 39-59 60 61-62 63 64-67 68 69 70-77 78-79 80-102 103-104 105-106 107 108-134 Books Contributions to Books Literary, Linguistic and Social Sciences Articles (Scholarly Journals) Literary Articles (Magazines and Newspapers) Book Reviews and Review Articles Articles on Language and General Subjects (Magazine and Newspapers) Articles in Urdu Humour, Satire, Travelogue Writings Translation PARTICULARS Pages 2 2 2-3

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2.10 Creative Writing 2.11 Appearance on Radio/TV 2.12 Other Experience PART-3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 Travel Public Speaking (Lectures, Talks, Seminars etc) Courses Taught and Lectures to Students/Supervision of Research Irregular Lectures / Workshops of Students Honours & Distinctions Citation of My Work MISCELLANEOUS ACADEMIC INFORMATION Writings on my Work

2 PART-1 PARTICULARS 1.1 Personal

Name: Date of Birth: Profession : 1.2

Tariq Rahman

04 February 1949 Academic

Qualifications (Courses attended and degrees, certificates obtained) 1965 1969 1978 Burn Hall School Abbotabad First Division University of Peshawar First Division First Division (1st Position & Gold Medal) University of Sheffield (UK) " " Strathclyde University (Glasgow) University of Cambridge Distinction in thesis Summer School Course

Matriculation All subjects Philosophy, English BA Literature Political Science MA

MA Ph. D M. Litt Certificate

English Literature and 1982 History (1880-1920) English Literature 1985 Linguistics 1989 Applied Linguistics 1991

1.3 1970-74 1974-76 1976-78 1978-80 1980-85 1985-87 1985 1987-90 1990-

Record of Employment and Experience Commissioned Officer in the Armoured Corps (Pakistan Army). Captain (Instructor of English) at P.M.A Kakul & Miltary College. Captain (Adjutant & Squadron Commander) in the Armoured Corps. University Grants Commission Junior Research Fellow at Karachi University. British Council Scholar at the University of Sheffield with some lecturing to M. A students. Associate Professor of English Literature at the University of Peshawar (BPS-19). Founding Literary Editor of the Frontier Post Magazine Professor of English and Linguistics at the University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Muzaffarabad (BPS-20). Associate Professor of Linguistics at the National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaidi-Azam University, Islamabad (The positions given below, up to 2000, were held concurrently). Professor of English & Linguistics at the University of Sana'a Yemen [Hodeidah Campus for one semester].

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3 1995-96 1996-99 19961996Fulbright Senior Research Scholar at the University of Texas at Austin, USA. Research Advisor at the Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad (July 1996-July 1999). Honorary Research Advisor of the American Biographical Institute. Academic referee of international scholarly journals in Pakistan and abroad.

1997-1999 Honorary Chief Editor at the Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad (March 1997-July 1999). 2000 2000-Oct 2002-Dec 2003- Jan Professor of Linguistics & South Asian Studies, National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. Visiting Speaker at five U.S Universities (UT Austin; U Michigan, Ann Arbor; U Penn; U Wisconsin; MIT). Visiting Honorary Fellow, SDPI, Islamabad. Quaid-i-Azam Professor and Director, (Research) Chair on Quaid-i-Azam & Freedom Movement (NIPS) Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad.

2004 Sept- Quaid-i-Azam Scholar on Pakistan Studies, University of California, Berkeley June 2005 2004 Jan-till Distinguished National Professor date 2007 June Director of the National Institute of Pakistan Studies, QAU.

4 2.1. BOOKS

1. .1979. Poems of Adolescence (Rawalpindi: Cezan Books. 2. .1989. The Legacy and Other Short Stories (New Delhi: Commonwealth Publishers. 3. .1990. Pakistani English: The Linguistic Description of a Non-Native Variety of English (Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University. 4. .1991. A History of Pakistani Literature in English (Lahore: Vanguard). 5. .1991. Work and Other Stories (Lahore: Sang-e-Meel). 6. .1996. Language and Politics in Pakistan Karachi: Oxford University Press (Paperback edition, 1998). (Paperback edition, 1998 Reprinted several times. Latest 2006. Indian edition. Orient Longmans, New Delhi, 2007). [Three chapters were translated in Urdu and published as Urdu-Angrezi Tanaze Ki Tareekh Islamabad: National Language Authority, 1995]. 7. .1997. An Introduction to Linguistics Lahore: Vanguard Press, Lahore. (Some chapters are based on Modern Grammatical Theory, Guide for M.A TEFI, Allama Iqbal Open University, 1994. 8. .1999. The Third Leg and Other Short Stories Lahore: Sang-e-Meel. 9. .1999. Language, Education and Culture Karachi: Oxford University Press. 10. 2000. Unpleasant Essays, Education and Politics in Pakistan Lahore, Vanguard Press. 11. 2002. Language, Ideology, and Power: Language­Learning Among the Muslims of Pakistan and North India Karachi: Oxford University Press. Revised edition published by Orient Longman, Delhi, 16 Jan 2008. 12. 2002. Selected Short Stories Islamabad: Al-Hamra Publication. 13. .2004. Denizens of Alien World: A Study of Education, Inequality and Polarization in Pakistan (Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2004 Reprinted 2006), pp. 210. 14. .2004. Poems of Autumn Islamabad Leo Books. 15. .2004. Language and Education: Selected Documents (1780-2003) Islamabad: Chair on Quaid-i-Azam and Freedom Movement.

5 2.2. 1. Contributions to Books .1988. `Teaching Literature: Prose', Teaching of English (Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University, pp.166-181. [This is a Unit of Distance Teaching for the B. Ed Course of the Open University]. ______ `The Appreciation of English Poetry', ibid, 183- 210. [As above it is a part of the course for teachers who want to teach poetry]. ______ `Punctuation, Comprehension and Precis-writing'. .1991. `Ephebophilia and the Creation of a Spiritual Myth in the Works of Ralph Nicholas Chubb', Male Intergenerational Intimacy: Historical Socio-Psychological and Legal Perspectives .eds. The Sandfort et. al (New York and London: The Haworth Press), pp.103-127. .1991. `Higher Education for the Future', Pakistan 2000 A.D .ed R. M Hussain (Islamabad: Pakistan Futuristics Institute), 205-214. `English Bibliography 1993', in Kitabiat Pakistani Adab 1993 [Urdu/English: Bibliography: Pakistani Literature] (Islamabad: Academy of Letters, 1994), pp. 221-238. `Introduction' to The Sufi Poets of Pakistan with brief biographical notes on the poets, Islamabad: The Pakistan Academy of Letters, 1995. The following entries in Encyclopaedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English Vols 1 and 2: a. b. c. 9. Hanif Kureishi, Vol 1, pp. 788-789. Life Writing, Vol 1, pp. 875-877. Short Fiction, Vol 2, pp.1474-1476.

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`Language, Ethnicity and Security', Chapter in Rethinking Security, Rethinking Development (ed) Nauman Naqvi Islamabad: Sustainable Development Policy Institute, 1996. pp. 188-196. Also in Text in Education and Society (eds) Allison, D et.al. Singapore: Singapore University Press.

10. `The Literary Scene: English'. Chapter in Karachi: Megacity of Our Times (eds) Hamida Khuhro and Anwer Mooraj Oxford University Press 1997, pp. 219-229. 11. `Pakistani Universities: Past, Present, and Future'. In Sohail Inayaullah & Jennifer Sidley, The University in Transformation (Westport, Connecticut & London: Bergin & Garvey, 2000), pp. 125-136. 12. `West Pakistani Percetions of the Bengali Language Movement'. In Riaz Ahmed Led), Pakistan Scholars on Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah (Islamabad: Quaid-i-Azam Lhair (NIPSI, 1999), pp. 232-248. [Revised vision in Ahmed Salim ed It is My Mother's Face: Selected Readings on Bengali Language Movement (Lahore: Sangh, 2006), pp. 219-236).

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13. 2001. `Language, Knowledge and Inequality'. Chapter 13 in Abbi, Anvita; Gupta R. S; Kidwai, Ayesha (eds), Linguistic Structure and Language Dynamics in South Asia (Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas, 2001), 185-196 [8th Roundtable of South Asian Language Analysis, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 4-6 January 1997]. 14. `Language and Ethnic Politics in Pakistan' Chapter in Goulbourne, Harry (ed.) Race and

Ethnicity: Critical Concepts in Sociology (London: Taylor and Frncis, 2001) pp. 248-253.

15. `Introduction' to Tales of the Punjab Told by the People (1894). Edited by Flora Annie Steel. Karachi: Oxford University, 2002, pp. ix-xvii. 16. `The Language of the Salariat', Chapter 4 of The Post-Colonial State and Social Transformation in India and Pakistan. Edited by. S.M Naseem and Khalid Nadvi 17. `English Teaching Institutions in Pakistan', Chaapter 3 of Language Policy Planning and Practice: A South Asian Perspective. Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2002. pp. 97-128. Sabiha Mansoor, Shaheen, Meraj and Alya Tahir. Karachi: Oxford UP, 2004. pp. 27-52. 18. `Education in Pakistan: A Survey'. (ed) Craig Baxter Pakistan on the Brink: Politics, Economics and Society London, Boulder, Toronto and Oxford: Lexington Books, 2004. pp. 171-190. 19. `Language, Power and Ideology in Pakistan', Kukreja, Veena and Singh, M.P (eds). Pakistan: Democracy, Development and Security Issues. (New Delhi and London: Sage, 2005), pp. 108-122. 20. `The Significance of Oriental Poetry EM Forster's A Passage to India' Chapter in Das, GK and

Devadawson, Christel R. (eds) Forster's A Passage to India: An Anthology of Recent Criticism (Delhi: Penraft International, 2005).

21. `Reasons for rage: reflections on the education system of Pakistan with special reference to English' Hathaway, Robert M. (ed), Education Reform in Pakistan: Building for the Future Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2005. pp. 87-106. Another version in `The Politics of Knowledge: Language, Education and the Potential for Violence in Pakistan' Rahman, Tariq Education Under Globalization: The Case of Pakistan Islamabad: Actionaid, 2006. pp. 48-64. A smaller version in Saeed Shafqat (ed) New Perspectives on Pakistan: Visions for the future (OUP 2007), pp. 122151. 22. `Islamic/Muslim Languages in South Asia', Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics 2nd edition. (ed) Vol 8, Entry 4218, p 409. Keith Brown, Oxford: Elsevier, 2006. 23. `Ahmed Ali (1908-1994), pp. 15-19 and `Taufiq Rafat (1927-1998), pp. 281-284 Entries in Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 323, South Asian Writing in English London: Bruccoli Clark Layman Book, Thomson Gale, 2006.

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24. `Language Policy, Multilingualism and Language Vitality in Pakistan'. In Trends in Linguistics: Lesser-Known Languages of South Asia-Status and Policies, Case Studies and Applications of Information Technology (eds) Saxena, Anju and Borin, Lars (Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2006), pp. 73-104. 25. `The Role of English in Pakistan with Special Reference to Tolerance and Militancy'. In Tsui, Amy B. M. and Tollefson, James W (eds), Language Policy, Culture, and Identity in Asian Contexts (London and New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers 2007), Chapter 12, pp. 219-239. 26. `Language Policy in Pakistan' In Encyclopedia of Languag and Education second edition (eds) Stephen May and Nancy H. Hornberger New York: Springer, pp. 383392. 27. `The British Learning of Hindustani' in South Asia Politics, Religion and Society (eds) Abid, Massarrat and Abid, Qalb-i (Lahore: Pakistan Study Centre, University of the Punjab, 2008 pp. 65-101. NOT COUNTED HERE AS IT IS ALSO A JOURNAL ARTICLE. SEE JOURNAL ARTICLE NO 102. 28. `Madrassas: The Potential for Violence in Pakistan?' in Jamal Malik (ed) Madrasa in South Asia: Teaching Terror? (London: Reutledge, 2008), pp. 61-84. 29. `The Events of 1857 in contemporary Writings in Urdu', Proceedings of the Two-- Day International Conference on the 150 the Anniversary of the War of Independence (Peshawar, University of Peshawar, Department of History, 2008), 59-88.

8 2.3. Literary, Linguistic and Social Sciences Articles (Publications outside Pakistan in scholarly journals are in Bold letters) Abstraction and indexation details are given in square brackets. 1975 (1) `Education and Free Thought', Education: the Journal of the Army Education Corps (September, 1975), pp.36-39. 1977 2. 3. 4. (1) (1) (1) `Motivation and Leadership', Pakistan Army Journal (Sept, 1977), pp. 1978 `The Theory of Deterrence', Pakistan Naval Academy Journal (1978), pp.79-91. 1979 `Teaching and Research Among University Teachers', Higher Education News (7 July 1985), p.4. 1984 5. 6. (1) (2) `The Priest of Hate: Alienation in D. H. Lawrence', Literary Half-Yearly [India] (Jan, 1984), pp.81-105. `Aspects of Forster's A Passage to India', Studies in English Literature [Tokyo] (Mar, 1984), pp.37-54 1985 7. (1) `Edward Carpenter and D. H. Lawrence', American Notes & Queries [University of Kentucky] (Sept-Oct, 1985), pp.18-20. [Abstracts of English Studies; abstracts of Folklore Studies. Review of Book Reviews; Book Review Index: The Year's Work in English]. `Stereotypes in the Fiction of Angus Wilson', Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics [Index] 8: 1-2 (1985), pp.91-107. `Deracination and Alienation in the Works of Zulfikar Ghose', Journal of the English Literary Club [Peshawar University] (1984-85), pp.109-120. `Decision-making About War in International Crises', Administration Journal [Islamabad] 5: 13 (July-December, 1985). `E. M. Forster and Ghalib', American Notes & Queries (Jan-Feb, 1985), pp.8081. [Abstracts of English Studies; abstracts of Folklore Studies. Review of Book Reviews; Book Review Index: The Year's Work in English]. 1986 12. (1) `Edward Carpenter's From Adam's Peak to Elephanta as a Source of E. M. Forster's A Passage to India', Forum for Modern Language Studies [University of St. Andrews] 22: 1 (Jan, 1986), pp.10-15. `Edward Carpenter and E. M. Forster', Durham University Journal [England] (Dec, 1986), pp.59-69.

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9 14. (3) `Education in Pakistan: A Plea for a New Approach', Administration Journal 6:14 (January-June 1986) pp.32-36. [Reprinted in Pakistan Education Journal 2: 1 (Jan 1987), pp.34-50]. 1987 15. 16. 17. 18. (1) (2) (3) (4) `The Use of the Millenarian Myth in E. M. Forster's Howards End', Studies in English Literature [Tokyo] (Mar, 1987), pp.33-60. `E. M. Forster's Breakaway From the Ephebophilic Literary Tradition', Etudes Anglaises [Paris] 3 (July-Sep, 1987), pp.267-278. `English Prose by Pakistanis', Journal of the English Literary Club (1987), pp.97105. `The Literary Treatment of Indian Themes in the Works of Edward Carpenter', Durham University Journal 53: 1 (Dec, 1987), pp.77-81. 1988 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) `A Study of the Under Plot in E. M. Forster's Where Angels Fear to Tread', Studies in English Literature (Mar-Apr, 1988), pp.97-105. `Pakistani English Poetry: A Survey', Journal of Indian Writing in English [India] 16: 2 (Jul, 1988), pp.27-44. `Pakistan: Introduction', Frank: An International Journal of Contemporary Writing and Art [France] 10 (Autumn, 1988), pp.101-110. `The Significance of Oriental Poetry in E. M. Forster's A Passage to India', Durham University Journal (Dec, 1988), pp.101-110. `The Use of the Double Plot in E. M. Forster's "Ralph and Tony"', The Literary Endeavour [India] 9: 1-4 (1987-88), pp.49-59. `Ephebophilia: The case for the use of a new word', Forum for Modern Language Studies (April 1988), pp.126-141. `Daud Kamal as a Poet', Journal of the English Literary Club (1988), pp.20-27. `Psychological Causes of War', Pakistan Army Journal Vol 29: No. 3 (Sept 1988), pp. 2-11. Revised version in The Citadel [Staff College, Quetta] XI:3 (1994), 8-17. `Pakistani Universities: Actual, Ideal, Possible', Higher Education Review (U.G.C Islamabad) 5: 1 (Jan 1988) pp. 7-17.

(10) `Teaching the Speaking Skills in Pakistan: Rationale, Material and Methodology', Ariel (Sind University) Vol 13 (1987-88) pp. 109-114. 1989 (1) `Zulfikar Ghose and the Land of His Birth', Review of Contemporary Fiction [University of New Mexico] 9: 2(Summer, 1989), pp.179-187. [American Humanities Index; International Bibliography of Periodical Literature; Int Bibliography of Book Reviews; MLA; Book Review Index; Abstracted in Abstracts of English Studies].

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10 30. (2) `Love in the Urdu Ghazal' Paidika (Amsterdam) 2: 1 (Summer 1989) pp. 10-27. [Reprinted in Annual of Urdu Studies, Chicago University, (1990) pp. 1-20]. 1990 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) `A Study of E. M. Forster's Maurice', Durham University Journal 51: 1 (Jan, 1990), pp.81-87. `Maurice and the Longest Journey', Studies in English Literature [Tokyo] (Mar, 1990), pp.57-75. `The Philosophical Basis of English Literature', Journal of the English Literary Club (1989-90) pp.1-14). `The Kashmir Problem: A Brief Survey', Pakistan Journal of History & Culture Vol 11: 2 (Jul-Dec 1990) pp. 1-8. `A Short History of the Pakistani Novel in English', Commonwealth Novel in English 3: 2 (Fall 1990), 143-159. `Linguistic Deviation as a Stylistic Device in Pakistani English Fiction', Journal of Commonwealth Literature (UK), 25: 1 (1990) pp. 1-11. `Eplebophilia and the Creation of a spiritual Myth in the Works of Ralph Nicholas Chubb', Journal of Homosexuality [New York] Vol-20: Nos. ½ (1990), pp. 103-127 [Abstracts in Anthropology, applied social science Index: Bio Sciences Information Services of Biological Abstracts; Chicago Psychoanalytic Literature Index: Criminal Justice Abstracts: Criminology and Penology Abstracts: Current contents; Index Medics; political science Abstracts; Social Science Citation Index; Social Work Research; Sociological Abstracts; Studies on Women Abstracts]. 1991 38. 39. 40. (1) (2) (3) `The Under Plot in E. M. Forster's The Longest Journey', Durham University Journal 52: 1 (Jan, 1991), pp.59-67. `Syed Ross Masood and A Passage to India', American Notes and Queries [University of Kentucky] 4: 2 (April, 1991), pp.78-81. `Politics in the Novels of Salman Rushdie', The Commonwealth Review [New Delhi] 1: 2 (1990), pp.102-117. Also in Commonwealth Novel in English 4: 1 (Spring 1991), 24-37. `The Morphological and Syntactic Features of Pakistani English', Journal of English Studies (Punjab University) 2: 1 (Apr 1991) pp. 57-81. `The Use of Words in Pakistani English', English Today (Cambridge) 7: 2 (Apr 1991), pp. 32-38. `The Rise of English in 19th Century British India', Pakistan Education Journal 5: 1-2 (1991) pp. 19-42. [Reprinted in Pakistan Journal of History and Culture 13: 2 (Jul-Dec 1992) pp. 41-62. Revised version in `British Language Policies and Imperialism in India', Language Problems & Language Planning 20:2 (Summer 1996), 91-115.

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11 44. 45. (7) (8) `The Double plot in E. M. Forster's A Room With a View', Cahiers Victorians et Edouardiens [France] 33 (1991), 43-62. `The Phonetic and Phonological Features of Pakistani English', World Englishes (Oxford), 10: 1 (Spring, 1991), pp. 83-95. 1992 46. 47. (1) (2) `Pakistani Literature in English: a Brief Introduction', Journal of the English Literary Club (1992), 19-25. `Critical Prejudices to Aspects of Partition Literature: Universal Versus Ethnocentric Values', The Toronto South Asian Review [Canada] 11: 1 (Summer 1992), 69-78. 1993 48. (1) `The Siraiki Movement', Security and Economic Review (Islamabad) 1: 2 (1993), 22-57. Revised version in Language Planning & Language Problems 19:1 (February 1995), 1-95. [IBSS; Language, Language and Language Behavior Abstracts; Lingua; Linguistic Bibliography; MLA International Bibliography; Sociological Abstracts]. `The Urdu-English Controversy', Journal of English Language Teaching & Studies (Punjab University), 1: 1 (May 1993) pp. 69-101. Also in Pak Jnl of History Culture Vol. XIV: No.1 (Jan-June 1993), 33-67. Revised version in Modern Asian Studies [Cambridge] 31:1 (1997),177-207. `A Comparative Analysis of the Poetry of Taufiq and Daud Kamal`, Ariel (Sind University) 17 (1992-1993), 61-68. `Noah Webster and American English: Political Aspects of Linguistic Changes', Pakistan Journal of American Studies Vol. II No.2 (Fall 1993), 82-86. 1994 52. 53. 54. (1) (2) (3) `The Urdu-Hindi Controversy', Pak Jnl of History & Culture Vol. XV: No.2 (JulDec), 19-45. `Sociolinguistic Survey of Northern Pakistan'. Review Article. Language: Journal of the Linguistic Society of America Vol.70: No.4 (December 1994). `The Vernacular-English Controversy in Undivided India', Journal of English Language Teaching and Studies [Punjab University] 1: 2 (1994), 95-125. 1995 55. 56. 57. (1) (2) (3) `The Pashto Language Movement in Pakistan', Contemporary South Asia [University of Oxford] 4:2 (July 1995), 151-170. `Language and Politics in a Pakistan Province' Asian Survey [University of California, Berkeley] 35: 11 (November 1995), 1005-1016. `The Bengali Language Movement', Pakistan Journal of History and Culture 16: 2 (July-Dec 1995), 1-32.

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12 1996 58. (1) `The Balochi/Brahvi Language Movements in Pakistan' Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies 19: 3 (Spring 1996), 71-88. [Historical Abstracts; America: History and Life]. `Languages of the Proto-Historic Indus Valley', The Mankind Quarterly 36: Nos. 3 & 4 (Spring/Summer 1996), 221-246. `The Hindko Language Movement in Pakistan' Kashmir Journal of Language Research [Muzaffarabad, AK] 1:1 (1996), 30-40. `Language Policy in Pakistan; Ethnic Studies Report [Sri Lanka] Vol 14: No. 1 (Jan 1996), pp. 73-97. [Int Pol SC Abstracts; Sociological Abstracts; PAIS Int in Print; ICSSE Int of Abstracts and Reviews]. `The Punjabi Language Movement in Pakistan', The International Journal of the Sociology of Language [1996 Singles issue] No. 122, 73-88. [ASCA, Bibliographic Linguistique; Current Contents; Language Teaching; Linguistics Abstracts; Linguistics and Langauge behavior Abstracts; Social Science citation Index; Sociological Abstracts; International Bibliography of the Social Sciences]. `Rev. Multilingualism in India (ed) DP Pattanayak (1990) in Language Problems and Language Planning 20: 3 (Fall 1996) 277-280. 1997 64. 65. (1) (2) `The Medium of Instruction Controversy in Pakistan', Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development Vol. 18:2, 1997, 145-154. `Language and Ethnicity in Pakistan', Asian Survey Vol. XXXVII, No. 9 (September 1997), 833-839. [Earlier version in Lokayan Bulletin [Delhi] 11: 6 (May-June, 1995), 27-34. `Cultural Imperialism and the Pragmatics of Urdu in Pakistan', PILC Journal of Dravidic Studies [Pondicherry, India] 7: 2 (July 1997), 181-199. [Earlier version in Journal of Central Asia (QAU, Islamabad) 18: 1 (July 1995), 16-44. Also as SDPI Research paper No 19, 1998. 1998 67. (1) `Linguistics in Pakistan: A Country Report', in The Yearbook of South Asian Languages & Linguistics ed Ranjendra Singh Delhi: Sage, 1998. pp. 222-226. [Earlier version in Pakistan Journal of History & Culture Vol. XVIII, No. 1 (JanJun 1997), 1-33. `University Faculty's Share in Goods and Services in Pakistan'. Working Paper Series No. 32, Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI Islamabad, pp. 15. `Language and Feminist Issues in Pakistan'. Working Paper Series No. 31, SDPI Islamabad, pp. 9. `Language Planning and Politics in Pakistan'. Research Report Series No. 9, SDPI Islamabad, pp. 59

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13 71. 72. (5) (6) `Language-Teaching Policies in Pakistan'. Research Paper Series No. 14, SDPI Islamabad, pp. 19. `Transforming the Colonial Legacy: The Future of the Pakistani University', Futures [Oxford] Vol. 30: No. 7 (September), 669-680. [Communication Abstracts; PAIS Bulletin; Sociological Abstracts; Social Science Abstracts; ABC POL SCI; ABI/Inform; Coal Abstracts; Environment Abstracts; Envirofiche Educational Admin Abstracts; Political Science Abstracts; Periodica Islamica; Future Survey; Management Contents; Reference Sources]. Review of Rajendra Singh, Linguistic Theory, Language Contact, and Modern Hindustani Peter Lang, 1995. In Meta Vol. 43: No. 2 (June), 325-326. `Language, Religion and Identity in Pakistan: Language-Teaching in Pakistani Madrassas', Ethnic Studies Report Vol. 16: No. 2 (July), 197-213. [First version published as SDPI Report No. 16, 1998]. 1999 75. 76. 77. (1) (2) (3) `The Politics of Urdu in India', Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Vol. 22: No. 2 (Winter), 38-60. `Language-Teaching and World View in Pakistani Schools', Paper, SDPI, Islamabad `The Decline of Persian in British India', South Asia [Australia] Vol. XXII, No. 1 (1999) 63-77. [Arts and Humanities Citation Index; Historical Abstracts; Research Alert; Current Contents; Periodica Isalmica]. `Language, Politics and Power in Pakistan: The case of Sindh and Sindhi', Ethnic Studies Report Vol. XVII: No. 1 (January), 21-43 (Earlier versions in SDPI Research paper 23 and in Pakistan Perspective (Jan ­ Jun 1999), 21-41. `Language, Knowledge and Inequality', PILC Journal of Dravidic Studies 9 ­ 2 (July), 145-152 (Earlier version in SDPI Research Report No. 20, 1998. 2000 80. 81. 82. (1) (2) (3) `The Teaching of Urdu in British India'. The Annual of Urdu Studies No. 15; Part.1 (2001), 31-56. [Periodica Islamica]. `The Language of Employment: The case of Pakistan'. Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Vol. XXIII: No 4 (Summer), 62-87. xxx `Language ­ teaching and World View in Urdu Medium School in Pakistan'. The Yearbook of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 2000, pp. 174-184. (Earlier version in SDPI Research paper No. 15) `The Teaching of Arabic to the Muslims of South Asia'. Islamic Studies Vol. 39:No. 3 (Autumn), pp. 399-443.

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14 2001 84. 85. 86. (1) (2) (3) `The Learning of Balochi and Brahvi in Pakistan; Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Vol. 24: No. 4 (Summer 2001), 45-59. `Islamic Texts in the Indigenous Languages of Pakistan', Islamic Studies Vol 40: No.1 (Spring 2001), 25-48. `The Project of Respectability: Changes in Language Textbooks in British India', South Asia [Australia] Vol. 24, No. 2 (2001), 29-51 December 2001.[Earlier version in Pakistan Perspectives Vol. 6: No.1 (January-June 2001), 13-37. `Language Learning and Power: A Theoretical Approach', International Journal of the Sociology of Language 152 (2001), 1-22. [Earlier Version in SDPI Working Paper 45]. `The Learning of Pashto in North India and Pakistan: An Historical Account' Journal of Asian History 35 /2 (2001), 158-187 [Earlier Version in SDPI Working Paper 47]. [Historical Abstracts; America: History and Life]. `Foreign Languages and National Impratives in Pakistan' Ethnic Studies Report Vol 19. No.1 (January 2001) 39-67. `English-Teaching Institutions in Pakistan', Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 22: 3 (2001), 242-261. `The Learning of Punjabi by Punjabi Muslims: A Historical Account', Pakistan Journal of History and Culture (Jan-June 2001), 15-43.. [International Pol SC Abstracts: Historical Abstracts: America: History and Life; Int Bibliography of the Social Science; Indian Educational Abstracts] [Earlier version in SDPI Working Paper No. 44] 2002 92. 93. (1) (2) `Government Policies and the Politics of the Teaching of Urdu in Pakistan', Annual of Urdu Studies [Madison-Wisconsin] Vol-17 (2002), 95-124. `Education in Pakistan: A Survey', Pakistan Journal of History & Culture Vol. XXXIII: No. 2 (July-December 2002), 19-42. (Also in Durcussion Paper-2, 2003 SPO, Islamabad as Omar Asghar Khan Memorial Lecture. www.SPOPK.org). `Images of the `Other' in Pakistan Textbooks', Pakistan Perspectives Vol. 7, No. 2 (Jul-Dec 2002), pp 33-49. 2003 95. (1) Language-Teaching and Power in Pakistan', Indian Scoial Science Review Vol. 5: No. 1 (Jan-Jun 2003), 45-61. Earlier version published as `Language, Power and Ideology'. Economic and Political Weekly [Mumbai] Vol. XXXVII: Nos 44 & 45 (November 2002), 4556-4560. Also published on the Internet.

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15 2004 96. (1) `Passports to Privilege: The English-Medium Schools in Pakistan', Peace and Democracy in South Asia Vol. 1: no. 1 January 2005, 24-44. Accessible at www.pdsajournal.com `Denizens of Alien Worlds: a survey of Students and Teachers at Pakistan's Urdu and English language-medium schools, and madrassa', Contemporary South Asia 13 (3), (September 2004) 327-346. `Education Policies in Pakistan', Pakistan Perspectives Vol. 9: NO. 1 (Jan-Jun 2004), pp. 90. 2005 99. (1) `The Muslim Response to English in South Asia: With Special Reference to Inequality, Intolerance and Militancy in Pakistan', Journal of Language, Identity and Education 4:2 (2005), 119-135. [Linguistics and language Behaviour Abstracts; Communication Abstracts; Education research Abstracts; ERIC Current Index to Journals in Education Research Abstracts; Contents Pages in Education; PsycINFO/Psychological Abstracts; EBSCOhost products]. Earlier version published in `Language-Learning and Power: A Study of the Muslim Response to English in the Sub-Continent', Journal of Applied Language Studies [Kinniard College, Lahore] Vol. 1; 43-65. `Madrassas: Religion, Poverty and The Potential for Violence in Pakistan' IPRI Journal Vol V, No. 1 (Winter 2005), 27-58. Also in Sampark Journal of Global Understanding Vol. 4 Issue 2, 11/2004 (ed) Anita Dawood Nasar on www.samparkjournal.com/link.samparkjournal.htm (indexed Internationally). Also as chapter in Jamal Malik (ed) Madrassas in South Asia: Teaching terror? (London: Routledge, 2008) pp. 61-84. 2006 - Nil 2007 ­ Nil 2008 101. (1) `The British Learning of Hindustani', Pakistan Vision Vol 8 No. 2 (Jan 2008), 1955. Expanded and revised version in Contemporary Perspectives: History and Sociology of South Asia [Delhi] Vol. 2 No. 1 (Jan ­ June 2008), 46-73. Also as contribution of a book `The British Learning of Hindustani' in South Asia Politics, Religion and Society (eds) Abid, Massarrat and Abid, Qalb-i (Lahore: Pakistan Study Centre, University of the Punjab, 2008 pp. 65-101. `Quality of Education', Pakistan and Changing Scenario: Regional and Global [IPPI Islamabad] (2008), 24-35. `Urdu in Hyderabad State' Annual of Urdu Studies Vol. 23 (2008), pp. 36-54 'Language, Religion and Politics: Urdu in Pakistan and North India', Language Religion et modernite dans L'espace Musulman in Revue des Mondes Musulmans et de la Mediterranee 124: 2 (2008), 93-112. France, Indexed. [Earlier version published as `Urdu as an Islamic Language', Annual of Urdu Studies Vol. 21

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`Munzarah Literature in Urdu: An Extra-curricular Educational Input in Pakistan's Religious Education', Islamic Studies 47: 2 (2008), 197-220 [Science of Religion, Index Islamicus, Public Affairs Information Service (PAIS); International Bibliographie der Rezensionen (IBR); Muslim World Book Review; Middle East Journal, American Theological Library Association (ATLA); Religion Index one].

17 2.4. Literary Articles (Magazines & Newspapers) 1985 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. (1) (2) (3) (1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (8) (9) `The English Short Story in Pakistan', Muslim (13 Sept 1985). `Bapsi Sidhwa: Literary Achievement', Muslim (1985). `Politics in the English Novel About Pakistan', Muslim (1985). 1986 `Noon as a Writer', Nation (31 Oct 1986). `Khawaja Ahmad Abbas as a Writer', Nation (14 Nov 1986). `Ahmed Ali as a Writer', Nation (28 Nov 1986). `Habib and Mumtaz Shahnawaz as Writers', Nation (12 Dec 1986). 1987 `Zaib Un Nissa Hamidullah as a Short Story Writer', Nation (9 Jan 1987). `Zahir M. Farooqi and Nasir A. Farooqi as Writers', Nation (16 Jan 1987) `Two Short Story Writers of the 1960s', Nation (30 Jan 1987). `Humorous English Prose by Pakistanis', Nation (13 Feb 1987). `Rootlessness: of Ghose as a Writer', Nation (13 Mar 1987). `Short Stories of M. A. Seljouk and Yunus Said', Nation (20 March 1987). `Bapsi Sidhwa as a Novelist', Nation (17 April 1987). `Two Short Story Writers of the Seventies', Nation (1 May 1987). `Two Writers of the '80s': Tabassum and Sipra', Nation (15 May 1987). `Race Relations in Pakistani Literature in English', Nation (5 Jan 1987).

(10) `Interview with Daud Kamal', Nation (19 Jan 1987). (11) `Pakistani Drama in English', Nation (24 July 1987). (12) `Ahmed Ali as a Poet', Nation (28 August 1987). (13) `In Memory of Daud Kamal', Muslim (18 December 1987). (14) `Daud Kamal as a Poet', Nation (18 December 1987). 1988 (1) (2) (1) `Zulfikar Ghose and the Land of His Birth', Nation (1 July 1988). `The Poetry of Shahid Suhrawardy', Nation (5 August 1988). 1990 `Study of Pakistani Literature', Muslim (13 April 1990).

18 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) `The Poetry of Partau Rohila', Dawn (23 March 1990). `Zulfikar Ghose: the Man and His Ideas', Muslim (4 June 1990) [On Ghose's visit to Pakistan in May]. `The Short Stories of Akhtar Jamal', Dawn (8 June 1990). `Modernist Anti-Humanitarianism in Manto', Dawn (16 Nov 1990). `The Pakistani Short Story in English', Dawn (30 Nov 1990). 1991 `A Short History of the Pakistani Novel in English 1', Dawn (18 Jan 1991). `A Short History of the Pakistani Novel in English 2', Dawn (25 Jan 1991). `A Short History of the Pakistani Novel in English 3', Dawn (1 Feb 1991). `A Short History of the Pakistani Novel in English 4', Dawn (8 Feb 1991). `An Interview with Iftikhar Arif', Muslim (17 Feb 1991). `Recent English Poetry in Pakistan', Dawn (31 May 1991). `The Press and Pakistani Literature in English', Muslim (20 June 1991). `The Poetic Achievement of Ahsan Ali Khan', Muslim (13 Sep 1991. `Critical Prejudices to Aspects of Partition Literature: Universal versus Ethnocentric values', Muslim (27 Sept 1991). 1992 40. 41. (1) (2) `Living With One's Ex', [Pakistani Literature in English] Frontier Post (6 December 1991). Reprinted after updating in Muslim (23 October 1992). `Pakistani Literature in English', Muslim (23 Oct 1992). [Read out at P.E.N Conference at Seoul, Korea on 27 Sept 1992]. 1993 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (1) (2) `English Literature in Pakistan : The Best of 1992', Dawn (7 Feb 1993). `The Pakistani Novel in English' Part 2, Dawn (28 May 1993). `A Short History of the Pakistani Novel in English', Dawn (14 May 1993). `Faqir Mohammad: Champion of the Punjabi Cause', Muslim (16 July 1993). `Pakistani Biographies in English', Dawn (8 Oct 1993). `The Pakistani Novel in English in the nineties'-Part I Dawn (Mag) Nov 1993 `The Pakistani Novel in English in the nineties'-Part 2 Dawn (Mag) 26 Nov 1993. 1994 `Enriching Urdu Literature', News (9 Jan 1994). `Post-Partition Sindhi Literature', Muslim 01 Apr 1994.

19 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) `Remembering Ahmed Ali', News 22 Jan 1994. `Urdu Prose in Pakistan', Muslim 01 Jul 1994. `The Plague in Literature', News 29 Oct 1994. `Dr. Afzal Iqbal - in memoriam', Muslim 30 Dec 1994. `The Moon Completed', News 31 Dec 1994 [on Parveen Shakir]. `Pre-Partition Sindhi Literature', Muslim. `The Theme of Resistance in Pakistan Literature in English' Sputnik [Urdu, Lahore], (Dec 1994), 220-234 1995 58. 59. 60. (1) (2) (1) `The Literary Achievement of Parto Rohila', News on Friday 20 Jan 1995. `The Literary Achievement of Parto Rohila (Part 2)', News on Friday 27 Jan 1995 1996 `New Poetic Voices in English', News on Friday 06 Dec 1996.

20 2.5. Book Reviews and Review Articles 1980 1. (1) Rev. Shadows of Love [poetry] (Quebec, 1979) by Talat Sait Halman in The Muslim (1 April, 1980). 1985 2. 3. (1) (2) `Environmental Bankruptcy' .Rev. Africa in Crisis (London: Earthscan, 1985) by Loyd Timberlake in Muslim (19 July 1985)[Social Sciences]. `Family Sagas in Literature' .Rev. Daddyji Mamaji (London: Picador, 1984) by Ved Mehta in Muslim (11 Oct 1985). [3rd World Literature in English]. 1986 4. 5. (1) (2) Rev. Red Flag Over Afghanistan (Colorado: West view Press, 1984) by Thomas T. Hammond in The Frontier Post (7 March 1986). [Social Sciences]. `Iranian Revolution: A Scholarly Achievement'. Rev Article. The Iranian Revolution (Islamabad: The Institute of Policy Studies, 1985) by Waheed Uz Zaman in Frontier Post (21 March 1986). [Social Sciences; History]. 1987 6. (1) `The Disadvantages of Elitist Schooling'. Rev. Boys Together: English Public Schools 1800-1864 (Lond: Hutchinson, 1984) by John Chandos in Frontier Post (27 March 1987) [Education]. `Rev. The Pakistan Army (New Delhi: Himalayan Books, 1984) by Stephen P. Cohen in Frontier Post (10 April 1987). [Social Sciences: War Studies]. `Commitment to Truth'. Rev. The Jaguar Smile (Lond: Pan, 1987) by Salman Rushdie and An Unfinished Journey (Lond: Hamish Hamilton, 1986) by Shiva Naipaul in Frontier Post (4 Sept 1987). [3rd World Literature in English]. 1988 9. 10. (1) (2) `Some Aspects of Modern Drama'. Rev. The Tragic Vision (Lahore: Book Traders, 1987) by Razi Abedi in Frontier Post (29 April 1988) [Literature]. `An Anti-Dictatorship Novel from Africa'. Rev. Anthills of the Savannah (Lond: Heinemann, 1987) by Chinua Achebe in Viewpoint (5 May 1988). [3rd World Literature in English]. `Placing Pakistani Literature on [the] Literary Map of the World'. Rev. Inland and Other Poems and The Commonwealth Comparative Literature and the World (Islamabad: Gulmohar, 1988) by Alamgir Hashmi in Dawn (5 August 1988). [Pakistani Lit in English]. `The Euphoria of Prosperity'. Rev. Strategic Issues in Pakistan's Economic Policy (Lahore: Progressive, 1988) by Akmal Hussain in Frontier Post (5 August 1988). `Setting Standards in Criticism'. Rev. Family Quarrels: Towards a Criticism of Indian Writing in English (New York: Peter Lang, 1985) by Feroza Jussawalla in

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21 Frontier Post (16 September 1988) [3rd World Lit in English]. 14. (6) Rev. The Origins of War in South Asia: Indo-Pakistani Conflicts (Lahore: Vanguard, 1988) by Sumit Ganguly in Pakistan Army Journal (June, 1988), pp.6970. [War Studies]. `Bapsi Sidhwa's Third Novel'. Rev. The Ice-Candy-Man (London: William Heinemann, 1988) by Bapsi Sidhwa in Dawn (3 June 1988) [Pakistani Lit in English]. Also in World Lit Today (Autumn 1988). `A Story of Race-relations'. Rev. Sammy and Rosie Get Laid [drama] London: Faber & Faber, 1988) by Hanif Kureishi in Dawn (30 September 1988). [Pakistani Lit in English]. 1989 17. `Atrocities Witnessed Through Childrens' Eyes'. Rev. My Friend Matt and Hena the Whore [Novel] (Lond: Fourth Estate, 1988) by Adam Zameendad in Dawn (16 September 1988). Also published in World Literature Today [University of Oklahoma] (Spring, 1989). [Pakistani Lit in English]. (2) `Pioneering Art'. Rev. The Twelfth Man: Poems (Lond: Forest Books, 1989) by Iftikhar Arif .trans. Brenda Walker in Third World Quarterly 11: 4 (October, 1989), pp.303-305. Republished in World Lit Today (Autumn, 1989) [Urdu Poetry in translation]. Ahmed Ali: Selected Poems (Gulbarga: JIWE, 1988) by Klaus Stuckert in World Lit Today (Autumn, 1989). [Pakistani Lit in English]. Rev. Post-Revolutionary Iran .eds. Hooshang Amirahmadi & Manucher Parvin (Boulder: Westview Press, 1988) in Pak Army Journal (December, 1989) [Social Sciences: Modern History]. `Social Sciences in Pakistan'. Rev. The State of Social Sciences in Pakistan .ed. S. H.Hashmi (Islamabad: Quaid-i-Azam University, 1989) in Pakistan Times (19 January 1990), p.III [Social Sciences]. Rev. Challenger Poems by S Amanuddin. In World Lit Today (Autumn 1989). 1990 23. 24. (1) (2) `The Roots of War: A Jungian Perspective'. Rev. The Roots of War by Anthony Stevens in Pakistan Army Journal (March 1990), 78-82. `Literature of [the] Third World'. Rev. Teesri Duniya Ka Adab [Urdu] (Lahore: Maktaba Fikr-o-Danish, 1989) by Razi Abedi in Pakistan Times (9 February 1990). [Third World Literature]. Rev. Love, Bones and Water [novel] (Lond: Fourth Estate, 1989) by Adam Zameendad in World Lit Today (Spring, 1990). Also in Dawn (9 March 1990). [Pakistani Lit in English]. `Towards a Social History of Pakistan'. Rev. Art. The Umpire Strikes Back (Lahore: Vanguard, 1988) by Khalid Hasan in Muslim (5 March 1990). [Journalism in Pakistan; humour].

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22 27. (5) `Insight into Alarmist Thinking'. Rev. Art. Betrayals of Another Kind (London, Delhi, 1989: Rawalpindi: PCL, 1990) by (Gen) F. A. Chishti in Muslim (2 April 1990). [Pakistani History; Army]. `Preconceived "Scholarship"'. Rev. Art. The Trial of Benazir (Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1989) by Rafiq Zakaria in Muslim (11 April 1990). [Islam; Politics]. `Realism Lacking Depth'. Rev. Love's Last Stand [novel] by Diana Storr (Lahore: Jang, 1989) in Muslim (22 April 1990). [Pakistani Lit in English]. `An Unflattering Image of Pakistan'. Rev. Art. Breaking the Curfew by Emma Duncan (Lond: Michael Joseph, 1989) in Muslim (1 May 1990). [Pakistani Politics]. `The Judiciary Under Pressure'. Rev. A Judge May Speak (Lahore: Ferozsons, 1990) by Justice K. B. Marri in Muslim (18 May 1990). [Judiciary; Politics]. `Faiz Ahmad Faiz: His Poetry and Politics'. Rev. Faiz: Shairi Aur Siasat by Fateh Mohammad Malik [Urdu] (Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 1988) in Muslim (8 June 1990). [Urdu Literature]. `Eleven Years of Darkness'. Rev. Pakistani's Politics: The Zia Years (Lahore: Progressive, 1990) by Mushahid Hussain in Muslim (28 June 1990). [Pakistani Politics]. Rev. Security Problems of the Persian Gulf (Lahore: Progressive, 1988) by Syed Farooq Hasnat in Pak Army Journal (June, 1990), pp.91-93. `Concealing the Truth'. Rev. Article Shaheed ul Islam: Mohammad Zia ul Haq (Lond: Indus Thames, 1990) .ed. Salem Azzam in Muslim (12 July 1990). [Pakistani History]. Rev. The Silent Songs (Sialkot: Privately Published, 1990) by Mubashar Ali Sulehria in Dawn (20 July 1990) [Pakistani Lit in English]. `A Poet with Unpretentious Diction'. Rev. Sadaon Ka Samundar [Urdu verse] (Jhelum: Maktaba-e-Hamdani, 1989) by Imdad Hamdani in Pakistan Times (20 July 1990) [Urdu Literature]. Rev. Other Seasons: Short Stories (Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 1990) by Athar Tahir in Muslim (10 August 1990). [Pakistani Literature in English]. `Autobiography of a General'. Rev. Back to the Pavilion (1989; Karachi: Ardeshir Cowasjee, 1990) by (General) Attiqur Rahman in Muslim (17 August 1990) [History; biography]. `From the Known to the Unknown'. Rev. Elite's Reverse Dictionary (Karachi: Elite Books, 1990) by M. M. Hussain in Dawn (31 August 1990)[English Language]. `Rebirth of the Short Story in India'. Rev. The Penguin Book of Modern Indian Short Stories (New Delhi: Penguin, 1989) .eds. Stephen Alta & Wimmal Dissanayake in Dawn (14 Sept 1990). `From Democracy to Autocracy'. Rev. The State of Martial Rule in Pakistan (Cambridge UP, 1990) by Ayesha Jalal in Frontier Post (2 Nov 1990) [Politics].

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23 43. (21) `The Hunter, the Clerk and What More'. Rev. The Collected Short Stories of Khushwant Singh (New Delhi: Ravi Dayal, 1990) in Dawn 9 Nov 1990). [Third World Lit in English]. Rev. Meatless Days (Chicago, The University Press, 1989) by Sara Suleri in Viewpoint (22 Nov 1990), p.26. `The Portrait of a Leader'. Rev. Article. Memoirs of Jinnah (Karachi: OUP, 1990) by SK.H. Khurshid .ed. Khalid Hasan in Muslim (28 Nov 1990). [History]. `Delhi's Historical and Human Study'. Rev. Delhi: A Novel (New Delhi: Penguins, 1990) by Khushwant Singh in Muslim (7 December 1990) [Third World Lit in English]. `Growing Poetry Pangs'. Rev. Midnight Dialogue [poetry]by Hina Faisal Imam(Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 1990) in Frontier Post (28 December 1990)[Pakistani Lit in English]. `Age of Brute Force'. Rev. Sindh Under the Mughals (Islamabad: NIHCR, 1990) by Saleem Akhtar .ed. in Muslim (28 December 1990). `Dalit Literature'. Rev. Achhot Logon Ka Adab [Urdu: The Literature of the Untouchables] (Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 1989) by Mubarik Ali & Razi Abedi in Viewpoint (27 December 1990), p.35. `Down Memory Lane'. Rev. Pakistan Resolution Revisited e.ds. Kaneez Yusuf, Saleem Akhtar and Razi Wasti (Islamabad: NIHCR, 1990), Muslim (19 July 1991). 1991 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) `Inadequate Selection'. Rev. Stories from South Asia (Oxford: OUP, 1988) .ed. John Welch in Muslim (15 February 1991) [Third World Lit in English]. Rev. The Penguin Book of Modern Indian Short Stories [item 37] in World Lit Today (Winter, 1991). `Eleven Years to Freedom'. Rev. The Origins of the Partition of India 1936-1947 (OUP, 1990) by Anita Inder Singh in Dawn (17 Feb 1991) [History]. Rev. Selected Poems (OUP, 1991) by Zulfiqar Ghose in Viewpoint [Pakistani Lit in English]. 1991 `Shedding New Light'. Rev. Genealogy of the Aga Khan (Karachi: Islamic Book Foundation, 1990) by Tajdin Sadiq Ali in Dawn (3 March 1991)[Islam]. `Paint it Black'. Rev. Colours of a New Day: Writing for South Africa .eds. Sarah Lefanu & Stephen Hayward (London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1990) in Muslim (22 March 1991) [Third Wrold Lit in English]. `Interviews -- Useful as a History of Literature'. Rev. Harf-i-Man-o-tu [Urdu] (Karachi: Nafees Academy, 1990) by Asif Aslam Farrukhi in Pakistan Times (12 April 1991) [Urdu Literature]. Rev. Urdu Press in Britain (Islamabad: Mashal Publications, 1990) by Sajid Mansoor Qaisrani in Viewpoint ( April 1991), p. [Journalism].

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24 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) `An Objective Analysis'. Rev. Pakistan's Defence Policy (London: Macmillan 1990) by Pervez Iqbal Cheema in Muslim (26 April 1991). `Can Coups be Justified'. Rev. The Story of My Struggle (Lahore: Jang, 1991) by (Gen) Tajammal Hussain in Muslim (17 May 1991). `Science and Orthodoxy'. Rev. Muslims and Science (Lahore: Vanguard, 1991) by Pervez Hoodbhoy in Muslim (31 August 1991). `Of Loneliness, Alienation and Much More'. Rev. Shade in Passing (Lahore: Sange-Meel, 1991) by G. F. Riaz in Dawn (24 May 1991). `A Good Introduction'. Rev. Pakistan's Foreign Policy (Karachi: OUP, 19 S. M. Burke & Lawrence Ziring in Viewpoint (21 February 1991). `The Mystic Way'. Rev. Kalimat al Sadiqin .ed. Saleem Akhtar Islamabad: IranPakistan Institute of Persian Studies, 1988), Muslim (30 August 1991). `Suhrawardy Fondly Remembered'. Rev. Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy by Shaista Ikramullah (Karachi: OUP, 1991) in Viewpoint (25 July 1991). Also reprinted in Khaleej Times (10 August 1991). `Islamic Anthropology'. Rev. Resistance and Control in Pakistan by Akbar S. Ahmad (London: Routledge, 1991) in Muslim (6 Sept 1991). `A Poetic Travelogue'. Rev. Writers and Landscapes by Waqas Ahmad Khawaja (Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 1991) in Newsline (September 1991), 119. `I have no pretensions as a poet...'. Rev. Poems 1987-1990 by Inam ul Haque (Lahore: Zia-e-dab, 1991) in Frontier Post (10 September 1991). `The Sun has got his Hat On'. Rev. Just Beyond the Phisical by Athar Tahir (Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 1991) in Frontier Post (25 October 1991). `Introducing the Ghazal'. Rev. Angelic Whispers by Shahbuddin Rehmatullah (New York: Vintage Press, 1990) in Dawn (25 Oct 1991). Rev. Pakistan Under Military Rule: Eleven Years of Zia ul Haq .eds. Shahid Javed Burki and Craig Baxter (Boulder: Westview Press, 1991) in Frontier Post (13 September 1991). `An Eye for an Eye'. Rev. Pity the Nation: Lebanon at War by Robert Fisk (London: Andre Deutch, 1990), Frontier Post (8 Nov 1991). `Of Wit and Humour'. Rev. Private View by Khalid Hasan (Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 1991) in Muslim (22 Nov 1991). `Teaching the English Language'. Rev. English Study Skills . ed. Zakia Sarwar (Karachi: SPELT, 1991) in Dawn (20 December 1991). Reprinted in Higher Education News 12 (2 Feb 1992), 6. `Indian English'. Rev. Indian and British English: A Handbook of Usage and Pronunciation by P. Nihalani et. al (New Delhi: OUP, 1989. Ist pub. 1970) in Frontier Post (12 Nov 1991). Rev. The Penguin Book of Modern Indian Short Stories by Stephen Alter, Wimal

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25 Dissanayake (eds). (New Delhi: Penguin India, 1989) in World Literature Today (Winter 1991), pp.187-188. 1992 77. 78. 79. 80. (1) (2) (3) (4) `New Light on Burton'. Rev. Burton: Snow Upon the Desert by Frank Mc Lynn (London: John Murray, 1990) in Dawn (10 Jan 1992). `The First Step',. Rev. Pakistan Studies by Nadeem Qasir (Karachi: OUP, 1991) in Frontier Post (17 Jan 1992). "Partial" Information About Kashmir'. Rev. Kashmir: A Disputed Legacy by Alistair Lamb in Muslim (7 August 1992). `A Reflection of Personal Experience'. Rev. Social Action and the Labouring Poor: An Experience by Primila Lewis (New Dalhi: Vistaar Publications, 1992). In Muslim (28 August 1992). `Impressions of Power and Economy'. Rev. Miriam's Lament [poetry] by Waqas Ahmad Khawaja (Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 1992) in Muslim (11 Sept 1992). `In Brief'. Rev. Shahi Mahal by Mubarak Ali (Lahore: Fiction House, 1992) in Dawn (2 October 1992). `In Brief'. Rev. Nadirat-e-Ghalib by Afaq Hussain Afaq (Karachi: Educational Press, 1992). In Dawn (18 September 1992). `Too much General History'. Rev. Balochistan: Its Strategic Importance by Syed Iqbal Ahmad (Karachi: Royal Book Coy, 1992). In Dawn (16 October 1992). Rev. A Sense of Ending:Ten Stories by Vanchinathan Sudarshan (Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1989). In Journal of Indian Writing in English 20: Nos 1&2 (Jan-Jul 1992), pp.72-73. [Review of Feroza Jussawala's Family Quarrels] ibid pp.75-77. Rev. Another India: An Anthology of Contemporary Indian Fiction & Poetry (ed) Ezekicl et al. In World Lit Today (Summer 1991). Rev. The Buddha of Suburbia by Hanif Kureishi. In World Lit Today (Spring 1991). `Beauty of the Punjab, Dawn (May) 27 November 1992 Rev. Punjab: The Land of Beauty, Love and Mysticism by Syed Abdul Quddus (Karachi: Royal Book Coy, 1992). Rev. India: A Literary Companion by Bruce Palling (Lond: John Murray, 1992). In Observer [Islamabad] 30 October 1992. `Reliving the Partition Days'. Rev. The Tripple Mirror of the Self by Zulfikar Ghose (1992). In Dawn (30 Oct 1992). `Labour of Love'. Rev. Pakistani Literature Vol. 1: No 2 by Muzaffar Iqbal (1992). In Frontier Post (27 Nov 1992). `Concerns of Urdu Poetry'. Rev. In the Last Days of Autumn by Amjad Islam Amjad (1991). In Dawn (18 Dec 1992).

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26 94. (18) `Humour from Mooraj'. Rev. Wild Strawberries and Other Articles by Mooraj, Anwar (1992). In Muslim (25 Dec 1992). 1993 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) `Women's Attitude to Religion'. Rev. Voices Within: Dialogues with Women on Islam by Nighat Saeed Khan. In Dawn (01 Jan 1993). `Translating Faiz'. Rev. The Rebel's Silhouette by Agha Shahid Ali (1992). In The Muslim (08 Jan 1993). `Of Bureaucracy'. Rev. Bureaucratica by Asif R Khan (1992). In Muslim (22 Jan 1993). `English Again'. Rev. Tiger's Eye by Alan McConnel Duff (1992). In Muslim (29 Jan 1993). `Looking Back at Muslims in Spain'. Rev. Shadows of the Pomegranate Tree by Tariq Ali (1992). In The News (10 Mar 1993). Rev. Siraiki Akhan by Shaukat Mughal (1992). In Muslim (9 Apr 1993). `Research Time'. Rev. Urdu Language and Literature: A Bibliography of Sources in European Languages by Shabana Mahmud (1992). In Muslim (16 Apr 1993). `Languages of Northern Pakistan'. Rev. The Sociolinguistic Survey of Northern Pakistan ed. Clare F O'Leary (1992). In Muslim (30 Apr 1993). `Heer Waris Shah: A Labour of Love'. Rev. Heer Waris Shah by Sharif Kunjahi (1992). In The News (10 May 1993). Rev. McGrandad and an Elephant: Stories by Vairkom Basheer. In World Lit Today (Spring 1993). `Anti-Colonial Polemic'. Rev. The Blinded Eye: 500 years of Christopher Columbus by Ziauddin Sardar, Ashis Nandy, Merryl Wyn Davies and Claude Alvares (1993). In The News (16 May 1993). Rev. Muslim League in the NWFP by Syed Waqar Ali Shah (1992). In Muslim (1993) Rev. The Dreaming Clayjar' by Ejaz Rahim. In Muslim (11 Jun 1993). `Fairy-tales in Hans Christian Tradition'. Rev. Flower Fairy Stories by Elsa Kazi. In Muslim (18 June 1993). `Comprehending the Sufis' Love'. Rev. The Works of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai: Urdu Translation by Ayaz Hussain Qadri and Syed Waqar Rizvi (1993). In The News (26 June 1993). `A New Novel's Old Theme'. Rev. Season of the Rainbirds by Nadeem Aslam (1993). In The News (03 July 1993). Study in Myrdal Style'. Rev. Asian Drama Revisted by Kamal Azfar. In Muslim (9 July 1993). `Bringing Back the Realist Tradition in Urdu Novels'. Rev. Khana Barbad by Salma

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38 2004 302. 303. 304. 305. (1) (2) (1) (2) `Scion of power' Rev. Memoirs of a Rebel Princess: by Abida Sultaan News 18 Apr 2004. `Book Rev Eqbal Ahmed's book Daily Times (30 Aug). 2005 `Community problems' Rev. Life After Partition Migration, Community and Strife in Sindh: by Sarah Ansari News 19 Jun 2005. `The End Game' Rev East Pakistan: The Endgame An Onlooker's Journal 19691971 Karachi: Oxford University Press 2004 by Brig AR Siddiqi. News 26 Jun 2005. `Search for a global language' Empires of the Word A Language History of the World: by Harper Collin Publishers, London News 18 September 2005. `Family Ties'. Rev. Moonrising with Mavera Poems by Ejaz Rahim. Sang-e-Meel, Lahore, 2005. `Ideology Rules'. Rev. Pakistan: Between Mosque and Military by Hussain Haqqani Vanguard, Lahore, 2005. `Eventful Times'. Rev. Roller Coaster: My Early Years by Rao Rashid. Lahore: Jamhoori Publication, 2005. In Books and Authors DAWN 4 Dec 2005. 2006 310. (1) `Selling Love and Saving Dreams in Pakistan is Pleasure District'. Rev The Dancing Girls of Lahore by Louise Brown (2005) News on Sunday (Encore) 15 Jan 2006. `Imperial Intrigues', Rev. Private Lives of the Mughals of India (2005) Dawn: Books and Authors 05 Mar 2006. `Driven by Need'. Rev. A Critical Stage-The Role of Secular Alternative Theatre in Pakistan by Fawzia Afzal- Khan News [Encore] 19 Mar 2006. `Progressive Discovery of Ignorance', Rev. Islamic Education Diversity, and National Identity: Dini Madaris in India post 9/13 (eds) John-Peter Hyrtung and Helmut Reifed (2006). Dawn: Books and Authors 28 May 2006. Easy and Uneasy Alliances. Rev. Politics of Identity (2005) by Adeel Khan. News on Sunday (Encore), 04 June 2006. `If Work Were Taken for What they Are'. Rev The unfolding of Language by Guy Deutchr, Dawn: Books and Authors: 17 Sep 2006. `Salvaging Urdu'. Rev. Redefining Urdu Polities in India by Ather Farougui Dawn: Books and Authors, 29 Oct 2006. `Pick and Choose'. Book Rev. Democratization in Pakistan by Mohammad Waseem in Dawn: Books and Authors 24 Dec 2006.

306. 307. 308. 309.

(3) (4) (5) (6)

311. 312. 313.

(2) (3) (4)

314. 315. 316. 317.

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318. 319. 320. 321. 322. 323. 324. 325. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) `Analysing anger'. Book Rev. Religious Revivalism in South Asia by Imtiaz Alam in Dawn: Books and Authors 21 Jan 2007. `Good Teaching' Book Rev. Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin in Dawn: Books and Authors 4 March 2007. `Dying Legacy' Book Rev. A Moral Reckoning: Muslim Intellectuals in NineteenthCentury Delhi by Mushirul Hasan in Dawn: Book and Authors 22 April 2007 `Without Passing Judgments' Book Rev. Orient and Occident: My Life in East and West by Annemarie Schimmel in Dawn: Books and Authors 13 May 2007. `From Power to Culture' Book Rev. An Inquiry Into the Culture of Power of the Subcontinent by Ilhan Niaz in Herald May 2007. `The Soldier, The State and his Business' Book Rev. Military Inc: Inside Pakistan's Military Economy By Ayesha Sidiqa in Herald Jul, 2007. Book Rev. of Language Planning in Higher Education: A Case Study of Pakistan by Sabiha Mansoor in TESOL Quarterly Vol 41: No. 2 (June 2007) 433-436. Book Rev `Redefining Urdu Politics in India. By Ather Farouqui New Delhi Oxford University Press, 2006 in The Annual Urdu Studies No. 22 (2007), 295-300. 2008 326. 327. (1) (2) `Educating the Educated' Book Rev, Shahid Siddiqi Rethinking Education in Pakistan Karachi: Paramount, 2007. Herald Apr 2008 pp. 230-231. Book Rev Nicholas Ostler, Empires of the Word (2005): A Language History of the World. London: Harper Collin Publishers, 2005. pp. 615. In Language Policy (2008) 7: 75-79. `The players in Military Affairs'. Rev. Crossed Swords (2008) by Shuja Nawaz. The Herald June (2008), 158-159. `Crisis of Identity'. Rev. Identity and Violence (2006) by Amartya Sen. Newsline July (2008), 96-97. `Back to the Future?'. Rev. Descent into Chaos (2008) by Ahmed Rashid Newsline August (2008), 100-101. `Back to the Beginning'. Rev. Partisans of Allah (2008) by Ayesha Jalal. The Herald (November), pp. 136-137.

328. 329. 330. 331.

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40 2.6. Articles on Language & General Subjects (Magazines & Newspapers) 1975 1. `Education and Free Thought', Education: the Journal of the Army Education Corps (September, 1975), pp.36-39. 1977 2. `Motivation and Leadership', Pakistan Army Journal (Sept, 1977), pp. 1978 3. `The Theory of Deterrence', Pakistan Naval Academy Journal (1978), pp.79-91. 1979 4. 5. (1) `Public School Education', The Hallmark (1979), pp.5-6. (2) `The Case Against Western Style Feminism', Muslim (8 November 1985). 1986 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) `Pakistan: A Society of Slaves and Tyrants', Frontier Post (21 March 1986). `What a Mess!, Frontier Post (1986). `Nuclear Weapons and Human Civilization', Frontier Post (4 April 1986). `Education in Pakistan: A Plea for a New Approach', Administration Journal 6: 14 (Jan-Jun, 1986), pp.32-36. `Chachnama', Sind Quarterly 14: 4 (1986), pp. 38-43 1987 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) `Pakistani Schools: Plea for a New Approach', Frontier Post (2 Jan 1987). Repr. Muslim (11 Sept 1987). `Pakistani Universities: A Plea for a New Approach', Pakistan Education Journal [Islamabad] 2: 1 (Jan 1987), pp.34-50. `Going up in Flames: the Politics of Destruction', Frontier Post (10 April 1987). `Should Pakistan be Secular' ? Muslim (8 May 1987). `The Budget: Post Mortem', Frontier Post (19 June 1987).

41

16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

(6) (7) (8) (9)

`Promotion and Recasting of Higher Education', Muslim (26 June 1987). `Babur the Emperor', Frontier Post (10 July 1987). `The Indian Princes', Frontier Post (17 July 1987). `Humayun Nama: A Royal Lady's Account of the Mughal Court', Frontier Post (31 July 1987).

(10) `Hitler the Maniac', Frontier Post (7 August 1987). (11) `Partition: Theory and Practice', Frontier Post (14 August 1987). (12) `Public Schools and Anti-Humanitarianism', Muslim (28 Sept 1987). (13) `Proposals for Civil Service Reforms', Muslim (19 Nov 1987). (14) `Duality of Standards: The case of Urdu and English Medium Schools', Frontier Post (27 Nov 1987). 1988

25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37.

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`Corruption in Pakistan', Frontier Post (29 Jan 1988) `Are Pakistanis Liars?', FP (18 Mar 1988). `Gearing Lifestyle to Self Reliance', Viewpoint (12 May 1988). `When Hell Broke Loose', FP (13 May 1988). `The Legacy of General Zia', Viewpoint (13 Ovt 1988) `Ojhri Affectees: An Independent Survey', Viewpoint (9 June 1988), pp.28-32. `The Army and Education', Viewpoint (16 June 1988), p.21. `A Reactionary Approach: Budget 1988-89', Viewpoint (14 July 1998), p.27-28. `Education and Class Interest', Viewpoint (18 August 1988), pp.24.

(10) `Language and Literature', Muslim (26 Feb 1988). (11) `Language and Politics --1', Viewpoint (29 September 1988), pp.9-10. (12) `Language and Politics --2', Viewpoint (6 October 1988), pp.30-32. (13) `Higher Education: Some practical Suggestions', Viewpoint (8 September 1988), pp.11-12.

38.

39.

(14) `Pragmatic Politics: A Comparison' [A study of Nizam ul Mulk Toosi's Siasat Nama (1091) and Machiavelli's The Prince (1532)] in Muslim (7 October 1988). 1990 (1) `Confronting History', Viewpoint (22 March 1990), pp.11-14.

42 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) `Pakistani English -- Nothing to be Ashamed Of', Pakistan Times (1 June 1990). `Military Intervention in Politics', Muslim (20 July 1990). `Freedom of [The] Press in Pakistan --1', Muslim (2 August 1990). `Freedom of [The] Press in Pakistan--2', Muslim (10 Aug 1990) `Two cheers for Democracy Again', Muslim (28 September 1990). `Remembering 1971', Muslim (14 December 1990). `Urdu-Bengali Controversy 1', Muslim (19 Oct 1990). `Urdu-Bengali Controversy 2', Muslim (26 Oct 1990). 1991 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) `Linguistic Prejudice 1', Muslim (4 Jan 1991). `Linguistic Prejudice 2', Muslim (11 Jan 1991). `The Ethical Aspect of the Gulf War', Muslim (8 Feb 1991). `Urdu-Hindi Controversy 1', Muslim (22 Feb 1991). `Urdu-Hindi Controversy 2', Muslim (1 March 1991). `Myths that Made Saddam a Loser', Muslim (15 March 1991). `Should We Have Nuclear Weapons', Viewpoint (28 March 1991). `The Siraiki Movement --1', Muslim (12 July 1991). `The Siraiki Movement --2', Muslim (19 July 1991).

(10) `The Tyranny of Ideology', Muslim (26 November 1991). 1992

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`Political Aspects of the Introduction of English in India' Part 1, 2 & 3 (18, 25 September and 2 October, 1992), Muslim.

59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.

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`Marxism is Dead! Long Live Justice!', Muslim (10 January 1992). `Democratic Culture and Language', Muslim (13 Nov 1992). `The Identity Card Issue and Minorities' Rights', Muslim (27 Nov 1992). `Privatisation of Education', Muslim (21 August 1992). `What is Wrong with Pakistani Researchers?', Muslim (4 Dec 1992). `What is Linguistics?', Muslim (11 Dec 1992) 1993

65. 66.

(1) (2)

`Resisting the Rise of Fanaticism', Muslim (01 Jan 1993). `Following Fascism', Muslim (15 Jan 1993).

43 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) `Understanding the Siraiki Movement', The News (16 Feb 1993). `Where the Law is held in Contempt', The News (5 March 1993). `Women Under Patriarchal Oppression', The News (7 March 1993). `Language Prejudices', Dawn (12 Mar 1993). `Are the Crusades Going on?', Dawn (02 Apr 1993). `The Hidden Dimension of the Punjabi Movement', News (3 Apr 1993). `How Urdu Penetrated Punjab', News (10 Apr 1993).

(10) `Pakistan's Ruling Structure', The News (18 Apr 1993). (11) `Pakistan: Back to the Future', The News (24 Apr 1993). (12) `Pakistan's Ruling Coterie: An Exclusive Club', The News (05 May 1993). (13) `Education and Class Differences', The News (22 May 1993). (14) [The] `Elite Speak[s] the Same Language', The News (29 May 1993). (15) `The Roots of Political Chaos', The News (06 June 1993). (16) `Political Chaos: How to Sort it out', The News (15 June 1993). (17) `Understanding Fundamentalism' The News (01 Aug 1993). (18) `The Country's Neglected Poor', The News. (July 1993). (19) `The Centres of Excellence', The News (07 Aug 1993). (20) `Remnants of British Imperialism', The News (14 Aug 1993). (21) `Politics, as it stands today', The News ( 29 Aug 1993). (22) `Freeing the Pakistan University', The News (05 Sept 1993). (23) `Reforming the Pakistani University', The News (11 Sept 1993). (24) `The Psychology of Voting' The News (18 Sept 1993). (25) `Cultural Imperialism and Television', The News (26 Sept 1993). (26) `Tinkering with the Bureaucracy', The News (9 Oct 1993). (27) `Politics After the Elections', The News (23 Oct 1993). (28) `The Plight of [the] Pashto Language', The News (24 Nov 1993) (29) `The Siraiki Movement', Knowledge (Islamabad) 2: 17 (November 1993), 29-34. (30) `The Pashto Movement -- Then and Now', News (01 Dec 1993) (31) Doomsday Weapons and Imperative(s) of National Security', News (04 Dec 1993). (32) `Ethnic Prejudices: Handle With Care', News (18 Dec 1993).

44 1994 97. 98. 99. (1) (2) (3) `The Sickness of Western Civilization', News (01 Jan 1994). `The Dilemma of the Pakistani Intelligentsia', News (15 Jan 1994). `Sindhi Language in Pre-Partition Days', News (5 Feb 1994). `The Sindhi-Urdu Controversy', News (12 Feb 1994) `Bus-hijacking: Some Lessons' News 26 Feb 1994 `Liberating our Universities' News 19 March 1994 `Language or Literature?' News 27 March 1994 `Creating a Tolerant Society', News 9 Apr 1994. `Towards More Private Universities', News 16 Apr 1994.

100. (4) 101. (5) 102. (6) 103. (7) 104. (8) 105. (9)

106. (10) `Politics of Ostentation', News 23 Apr 1994. 107. (11) `Politics and the Alphabet', News 7 May 1994. 108. (12) `Power Politics of Load Shedding', News 14 May 1994. 109. (13) `The Language of Power', News 29 May 1994 110. (14) `The Vernacular English Controversy', News 4 June 1994. 111. (13) `Urdu Versus [the] Regional Languages', News 11 June 1994. 112. (15) `Towards a More Coherent Federation', News 18 June 1994. 113. (16) `Curtailing Defence Expenditure', News 02 July 1994. 114. (17) `Against Bureaucratic English', News 9 July 1994. 115. (18) `The Balochi Language Movement in Pakistan', News 16 July 1994. 116. (19) `Roots of a Symbol', News 23 Jul 1994. 117. (20) `Language and Politics in Central Asia', News 30 Aug 1994. 118. (21) `Why do Pakistanis Break Rules', News 17 Sept 1994. 119. (22) `Myths as Causes of War', News 24 Sept 1994. 120. (23) `Politics of Census', News 01 Oct 1994. 121. (24) `Population ­ the Ignored Agenda', News 08 Oct 1994. 122. (25) `Beasts of the Burden of Knowledge', News 15 Oct 1994. 123. (26) `Should we Tolerate Murder?', News 22 Oct 1994. 124. (27) `Journey to Bangladesh', News 06 Nov 1994. 125. (28) `Historical Roots of the Revolt in Malakand', News 13 Nov 1994. 126. (29) `Literary Meetings in Bangladesh', News 19 Nov 1994.

45 127. (30) `The Language of Power', News 27 Nov. 128. (31) Letter to Editor: Death of Rumi's Biographer', News, 29 Nov. 129. (32) `Are Government Sane -- ?', Politics & Business (29 Nov-5 Dec 1994), pp. 39-41. 130. (33) `The Futility of Arrests', News, 17 Dec 1994. 131. (34) `The Karachi Quagmire', Politics & Business (13-19 Dec), p.19. 132. (35) `Battle of Languages in Northern Areas', News 17 Dec 1994. 1995 133. (1) 134. (2) 135. (3) 136. (4) 137. (5) 138. (6) 139. (7) 140. (8) 141. (9) `Gujrati: The Language of the Quaid, Politics & Business (Dec 27 1994 - 02 Jan 1995), p.36. `The 25th of December: A Dilemma?', Politics & Business (3-9 Jan 1995), pp. 3132. `The Reality as we See it', News 07 Jan 1995 [Original title: Are the Poor Vulgar...?]. `Education and Class in Pakistan', Politics & Business (10-16 Jan 1995), pp. 28-30. `The Hindko Language Movement', News 14 Jan 1995. `A Democrat Dishonoured?' News 21 Jan 1995 [Original title: What it ave We Done for Tariq Akram?] `The System of Power in Pakistan', Politics & Business (17-23 Jan 1995), 30-31. `Cultural Roots of Dictatorship in Pakistan', Pol & Buis (24-30 Jan 1995), 17-28. `Kashmiri: Language and Movement'. News 28 Jan 1995.

142. (10) `Can We Teach English to Everybody?', P&B (31 Jan-6 Feb), 34-35. 143. (11) The Public Response to Chechnya', News 04 Feb 1995. 144. (12) `Is Killing Better than Kissing?', News 11 Feb 1995. 145. (13) `Democracy or Mobocracy' P&B (7-13 Feb 1995), 29-30. 146. (14) `Enemies of Learning', News 18 Feb 1995. 147. (15) `Lessons of the Kobe Earthquake', P&B (14-20 Feb 1995), 41-42. 148. (16) `Are We Killing the Earth?', News 3 Mar 1995. 149. (17) `Civil Service Reforms', P&B (28 Feb - 13 Mar 1995), 45-46.

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150. (18) `Silencing the Guns in Karachi', News 18 Mar 1995. 151. (19) `No Fools Day', News (01 Apr 1995) 152. (20) `Urdu in Hyderabad Beccan', News (8 Apr 1995). 153. (21) `Urdu of Another Kind' [Original title: Pakistan Urdu], News (29 April 1995). 154. (22) `Two Cheers for the Brown Sahib', News 03 June 1995. 155. (23) `The Quaid and the Cantonments', News 17 June 1995. 156. (24) `Colonisation of the hills' News 8 July 1995. 157. (25) `The Threatening State of Pakistan', News 29 July 1995. 158. (26) `The Translation - Power Nexus, Part 1, News 1995. 159. (27) `The Translation - Power Nexus, Part 2, News 1995. 160. (28) `Roots of the Urdu University', News 9 Sep 1995. 161. (29) `Language in the Bosnian Conflict', News 4 Nov 1995. 162. (30) `Contributions of Pakistan Archaeologists', News 2 Dec 1995. 163. (31) `Not Born in the USA', News 9 Dec 1995. 164. (32) `Addicts of Consumerism', News 30 Dec 1995. 1996 165. (1) 166. (2) 167. (3) 168. (4) 169. (5) 170. (6) `Pronunciation and Power', News 6 Jan 1996. `Origins of Pakistani Languages', News 14 Jan 1996. `Language: Identity of a Nation', News 16 Mar 1996. `The Ides of June', News 12 June 1996. `Our Topsy Turvy Morals', News 29 June 1996. `Persian, Arabic and Devanagari', all in one - Part 1', News 12 July 1996 [Originally entitled `The Development of Hindi']. 171. (7) 172. (8) 173. (9) `Persian, Arabic and Devanagari, Part 2' News 19 July 1996. `Ramanujan: Lost to the West', News 24 July 1996. `Muslim Education in South Asia', News 31 July 1996.

174. (10) `Death of Earth and Greed', News 7 Aug 1996.

47 175. (11) `Development and Environment', News 14 Aug 1996. 176. (12) `Why nobody trusts the State', News 21 Aug 1996. 177. (13) `Half a Century of Freedom', News 04 Sept 1996 178. (14) `The Chipko Movement', News 11 Sept 1996. 179. (15) `In Defence of Academic Freedom', News 25 Sept 1996. 180. (16) `Democracy of Dictatorship?', News 02 Oct 1996. 181. (17) `Colonialism and Environment', News 09 Oct 1996. 182. (18) `Myths about Higher Education', News 16 Oct 1996. 183. (19) `Ormuri : is it dying?', News 23 Oct 1996. 184. (20) `Universities need reform', News 30 Oct 1996. 185. (21) `Democracy and Culture', News 04 Dec 1996. 186. (22) `Writing against all odds', Dawn 06 Dec 1996. 187. (23) `A Quarter Century ago', News 25 Dec 1996. 1997 188. (1) 189. (2) 190. (3) 191. (4) 192. (5) 193. (6) 194. (7) 195. (8) 196. (9) `What are the Caretakers Doing?', News 01 Jan 1997. `The Language of Prejudice', News 08 Jan 1997. `What Global Village?', News 15 Jan 1997. `Military and Politics', News 22 Jan 1997. `The Superior Sex', News 29 Jan 1997. `Elections in Pakistan', News 05 Feb 1997. `Improperly Dressed', News 26 Feb 1997. `The Iron is Hot!', News 05 Mar 1997. `Why teach Linguistics?' News 12 Mar 1997.

197. (10) `Celebrating Mar 23' News 18 Mar 1997. 198. (11) `Let a free press bloom', News 26 Mar 1997. 199. (12) `Spring: the Symbol of Life' News 02 Apr 1997. 200. (13) `En route to Democracy', News 09 Apr 1997. 201. (14) `Wheat Shortage', News 17 Apr 1997. 202. (15) `Robbers of Childhood', News 23 Apr 1997. 203. (16) `The Hale-Bopp Comet', News 30 Apr 1997. 204. (17) `Urdu Under the British', News 07 May 1997.

48 205. (18) `Dubious Honours', News 14 May 1997. 206. (19) `The Making of the Pakistani Taliban', News 26 May 1997 207. (20) `Why this QAU Bashing?', News 04 Jun 1997. 208. (21) `The Shadow of Shantinagar', News 08 Jun 1997. 209. (22) `Why Do Languages Die?', Dawn Sunday Mag 08 Jun 1997. 210. (23) `Mobutuism! the Destruction of Trust', News 18 Jun 1997. 211. (24) `Why not Pakhtunkhwa', News 25 Jun 1997 212. (25) `Universities and the fallacy of Sainthood', News 02 July 1997. 213. (26) `Are you killing the Earth?', News 09 July 1997. 214. (27) `Power game police play', News 16 July 1997. 215. (28) `The most dangerous profession', News 24 July 1997. 216. (29) `Politics of Information', News 30 July 1997. 217. (30) `A Linguistic Census', News 6 August 1997. 218. (31) `The Invisible Pakistanis', News 13 August 1997. 219. (32) `Fifty Years of Creating Zombies', News 20 August 1997. 220. (33) `Bad Laws: One too Many', News 27 August 1997. 221. (34) `Our Universities' Adversities', Dawn 31 Aug 1997. 222. (35) `Treating a Nation with Medicines that Uncure', News 06 Sep 1997. 223. (36) `Universities - Who is to Blame?', Dawn 06 Sep 1997. 224. (37) `Press without Chains', News 10 Sep 1997. 225. (38) `Death, not the great leveller', News 17 Sep 1997. 226. (39) `The Other Side of English', News 24 Sep 1997. 227. (40) `Fifty years of Language Policy', News 01 Oct 1997. 228. (41) `Money for Universities', News 08 Oct 1997. 229. (42) `Making Universities Better', News 18 Oct 1997. 230. (43) `Nehru's Vision for Kashmir', News 22 Oct 1997. 231. (44) `Child Servants in Pakistan', News 29 Oct 1997. 232. (45) `New Pillars on Autonomy', News 5 November 1997. 233. (46) `Are Human Rights Universal?', News 12 November 1997. 234. (47) `The Fruits of Murder', News 19 November 1997. 235. (48) `A Dying Archive', News 26 November 1997.

49 236. (49) `Where to on the Motorway?' News 03 December 1997. 237. (50) `Looking at the other side', News 17 December 1997. 238. (51) `The Year that was' News 31 December 1997. 1998 239. (1) 240. (2) 241. (3) 242. (4) 243. (5) 244. (6) 245. (7) 246. (8) 247. (9) `How Strange a Country is Pakistan', Dawn 04 January. `Divisive Schools of Thought', News 07 January. `Stop Brain-drain through higher education policy', News 14 January. `Education Policy's Poor Draft', News 21 February. `Constant Factors in Education Policies', News 28 January. `Saying Sorry to Bangladesh', News 4 February. `Mutual Haters but unknowing allies', News 11 February. `The Making of a Mominpura', News 18 February. `The Nexus between Politics and Language', News 25 February.

248. (10) `Ghettoizing Tongues', News 4 March. 249. (11) `Whose Mother Tongue?', News 18 March. 250. (12) `Policy that Promises Little', News 01 April. 251. (13) `The Politics of Urdu in India', News 15 April. 252. (14) `Semantics of Destruction', News 22 April. 253. (15) `Human Rights in 1997', News 29 April. 254. (16) `Saga of Selfishness', News 13 May. 255. (17) `Annals of Insanity', News 20 May. 256. (18) `The Morning After', News 03 June. 257. (19) `Lesson from Jakarta', News 10 June. 258. (20) `Trap of Public Opinion', News 17 June. 259. (21) `Obsession with Austerity', News 24 June. 260. (22) `The Survivor of Hiroshima', News 01 July. 261. (23) `Karachi's Killing Fields', News 06 July. 262. (24) `Arabic and the Politics of Identity', News 22 July. 263. (25) `A Crisis of Faith', News 29 July. 264. (26) `Nuclear Accidents', News 05 August. 265. (27) `In Memory of Taufiq Rafat', News 12 August.

50 266. (28) `Keep Faith in Democracy', News 19 August. 267. (29) `Uncle Sam's follies', News 26 August. 268. (30) `Making us Muslims?' News 02 September. 269. (31) `Punjab's Own Voice', News 09 September. 270. (32) `Do we need more universities', News 16 September. 271. (33) `Plight of School Teachers', News 30 September. 272. (34) `A living legend', News 07 October. 273. (35) `The Role of Military', News 19 October. 274. (36) `Cut Perks for Austerity', News 21 October. 275. (37) `A Obituary', News 28 October. 276. (38) `The Power of Cyberculture Offers New Challenges', News04 November. 277. (39) `Operations in Karachi', News 11 November. 278. (40) `Turmoil in Universities', News 18 November. 279. (41) `Urdu in China', News 25 November. 280. (42) `English and Democracy's Future', News 02 December. 281. (43) `A Tale of Two States', News 09 December. 282. (44) `Victims of Aggression', News 23 December. 283. (45) `New Year, New Policies', News 30 December. 1999 284. (1) 285. (2) 286. (3) 287. (4) 288. (5) 289. (6) 290. (7) 291. (8) 292. (9) `1998: Year of Loss of Trust', News 06 January. `In Aid of Civil Power', News 13 January. `Poverty rooted in politics', News 27 January. `Role of Free Institutions', News 03 February. `All Eyes on Jordan', News11 February. `The Aftermath of Vajpayee's Visit', News 03 March. `Language Teaching in Sindh', News 10 March. `Universities ­ a Research Wasteland', Dawn 11 March. `The Problems of Ethnicity', News 17 March.

293. (11) `A School for the Poor', News 01 April. 294. (12) `Education and Class-interest', Dawn 12 April. 295. (13) `Killings of Dishonour' News 14 April.

51 296. (14) `Nostalgic About School', News 21 April. 297. (15) `Suicide in Pakistan', News 29 April. 298. (16) `Is Modernity Violent?' News 05 May. 299. (17) `The Midnight Knock', News 19 May. 300. (18) `Pleasure of An Academic Career', Dawn 24 May. 301. (19) `Dr Eqbal Ahmed: A Personal Memory', News 26 May. 302. (20) `Questions about the Bomb', News 02 June. 303. (21) `The Teaching of Pashto (Part-I)', News 09 June. 304. (22) `The Teaching of Pashto (Part-II)', News 16 June. 305. (23) `The Teaching of Pashto (Part-III)', News 23 June. 306. (24) `Anybody for Peace', News 30 June. 307. (25) `What is national Interest?' News 7 July. 308. (26) `The fallout of Kargil' News 14 July. 309. (27) `Language teaching in Balochistan' 310. (28) `A history of teaching Punjabi Muslims' News 28 July. 311. (39) `The teaching of Pashto: An unlikely revival', AAJ (Urdu) 15 July. 312. (40) `The difficulties of being a `dove', News 4 August. 313. (41) `Scholar and teachers', Dawn 2 August. 314. (42) `But where is our conscience?', News 11 August. 315. (43) `Murder in the skies', News 18 August. 316. (44) `Punjabi teaching during British raj', News 25 August. 317. (45) `A Punjabi with a caue', News 01 September. 318. (46) `Politics of Punjabi teaching', News 08 September. 319. (47) `Masood Khaddarposh ­ remembering an iconoclast', News 15 September. 320. (48) `The teaching of Punjabi in the nineties', News 22 September. 321. (49) `Of Education Teaching ideology and textbooks', Dawn 27 September. 322. (50) `How the British taught Sindhi', News 6 October. 323. (51) `Sindhi teaching in Pakistan', News 13 October. 324. (52) `Language controversy in Sindh', News 20 October. 325. (53) `Language riots in Sindh', News 11 November. 326. (54) `Higher studies in Sindhi', News 17 November.

52 327. (55) `Essence of democracy', News 328. (56) `Pakistan's `Jack the Ripper', News 09 December. 329. (57) `Language and the world view', Dawn 19 December. 330. (58) `Tapestry of languages', News 23 December. 331. (59) `The millennium myth', News 29 December.

2000

332. (1) 333. (2) 334. (3) 335. (4) 336. (5) 337. (6) 338. (7) 339. (8) 340. (9) `Preaching morality!, Dawn 01 January. `Of Education The quick route to literacy', Dawn 17 January. `Value of democracy', News 19 January. `Are US congressmen right?',31 January. `Structural corruption', News 17 February. `Revolution time?', News 18 February. `Of Education Why this inequality?', Dawn 28 February. `Teach them in the mother tongue as well', News 2 March. `Creating a democratic culture', News 01 April.

341. (10) `Death with a difference', News 05 April. 342. (11) `Of Education A Phenomenal growth', Dawn 10 April. 343. (12) `Originally speaking...', News 16 April. 344. (13) `The link between language & power', Dawn 16 April. 345. (14) `Old tales and a new tongue', News on Sunday 23 Aprial. 346. (15) `Valorisation of the Urban', News 07 May. 347. (16) `Worlds apart: and opinion survey', News 12 May. 348. (17) `The ideological language', News 14 May. 349. (18) `Language of the Kalasha', News 07 June. 350. (19) `The darkness grows', News 13 June. 351. (20) `Centre of power struggle', Dawn 30 June. 352. (21) `Why bother about `Urdish'?, News 14 July. 353. (22) `Of Education A penny for their thoughts', Dawn 17 July. 354. (23) `Specter of ethnicity', News 14 August. 355. (23) `Dangers to the university', News 29 August. 356. (24) `Of Education A study in injustice', Dawn 11 September.

53 357. (25) `Internet brings the campus to your window', News 27 September. 358. (26) `A non-history of Pakistan', News 4 October. 359. (27) `A non-history of Pakistan', News 12 October. 360. (28) `Of Education English for non-elitist children', Dawn 6 November. 361. (29) `Who is in politics?', News 15 November. 362. (30) `Price of immigration', News 24 November. 363. (31) `Friendship with Bangladesh', News 07 December. 364. (32) `The great divide', Dawn 18 December. 365. (33) `Death of the year', News 20 December.

2001

366. (1) 367. (2) 368. (3) 369. (4) 370. (5) 371. (6) 372. (7) 373. (8) 374. (9) `The Pathology of Power', News 06 Jan. `Trap of Public Opinion', News 17 Jan. `The treatment of Scholars', News 29 Jan. `The death of the university', News 29 Jan. `The death of the university', News 29 Jan. `Calling the Bluff', News 19 Feb. `The language of globalisation', News 01 Mar. `Consequences of violence', News 12 Mar. `The nomads of knowledge', Dawn 01 Apr.

375. (10) `A dangerous profession', News 04 Apr. 376. (11) `Holding on to a tradition', News 12 Apr. 377. (12) `Nothing to write home about', News 09 May. 378. (13) `Government of a university', Dawn 13 May. 379. (14) `To the corridors of power', Dawn 15 Apr. 380. (15) `Principle of civil supremacy', News 23 May. 381. (16) `Why different pay rises?', News 30 May. 382. (17) `Before the nuclear debate ends', Dawn 03 Jun. 383. (18) `Dangers to democracy', News 07 Jun. 384. (19) `The fallacy of the `noble profession', Dawn 10 Jun. 385. (20) `The academic caste system', News 27 Jun. 386. (21) `Good governance is not enough', News 04 July.

54 387. (22) `Cultural barriers to scientific thought', Dawn 08 Jul. 388. (23) `The expectancy factor', News 11 Jul. 389. (24) `Time for flexibility', News 21 Jul. 390. (25) `Quantity vs quality', Dawn (Education) 05 Aug. 391. (26) `Pros and cons of district governments', News 13 Aug. 392. (27) `Literary responses to 1947', Dawn 14 Aug. 393. (28) `Statesmen vs thinkers', Dawn 26 Aug. 394. (29) `The sufferings of children', News 29 Aug. 395. (30) `The madrassas and the have-nots', News 08 Sep. 396. (31) `The Fallout of Policies', News 24 Sep. 397. (32) `Getting a Grip on Terrorism', News 03 Oct. 398. (33) `The Changing Face of Universities', Dawn 07 Oct. 399. (34) `A Nightmare World', News 20 Oct. 400. (35) `The Private School Work Place', Dawn 28 Oct. 401. (36) `Violence and the Closed Mind', News 02 Nov. 402. (37) `Pakistan Liberals and Their Dilemmas', News 15 Nov. 403. (38) `On Noam chomsky', News 26 Nov. 404. (39) `Schooling and Class Bias', Dawn 09 Dec. 405. (40) `The Post-Taliban Era', News 14 Dec. 406. (41) `The Linguist in Chomsky', Dawn 16 Dec. 407. (42) `Power and Visibility', News 21 Dec. 408. (43) `The Survival of South Asia', News 28 Dec.

2002

409. (1) 410. (2) 411. (3) 412. (4) 413. (5) 414. (6) 415. (7) 416. (8) `The social conditions of Dissent', News 9 Jan `Initiatives for Peace', News 20 Jan `What I went through for a Book', Dawn 20 Jan `Madrassa Reforms', News 29 Jan `Agenda for Change', News 06 Feb `The Project of Literacy', Dawn 10 Feb `The Politics of Terror', News 11 Feb `The Identity of Language', News 22 Feb

55 417. (9) `Are we Killing our Regional Languages?', Dawn 03 Mar

418. (10) `The Distance Charity can take you', News 03 Mar 419. (11) `The Roots of Terrorism', News 24 Mar 420. (12) `Taking the First Step', Dawn 31 Mar 421. (13) `Changes in School', Dawn 08 Apr 422. (14) `The Long and Short of Tinkering with time', News 20 Apr 423. (15) `Educating the Media', Dawn 21 Apr 424. (16) `The concept of language rights', News 30 Apr 425. (17) `Referendum: post-mortem', News 08 May 426. (18) `The cost of violence', News 17 May 427. (19) `A voice in the wilderness', Dawn 26 May 428. (20) `A voice in the wilderness', News 29 May 429. (21) `The ultimate folly', News 06 Jun 430. (22) `The manipulation of knowledge', News 23 Jun 431. (23) `Omar Asghar: in memoriam', News 28 Jun 432. (24) `The nawab and the munshi: A political metaphor', News 07 Jul 433. (25) `More out of the wilderness', Dawn 07 Jul 434. (26) `Weapons of patriarchy', News 16 Jul 435. (27) `The viceregal system', News 25 Jul 436. (28) `Should public money be spent on knowledge?', Dawn 28 Jul 437. (29) `Is Pakistan becoming another Algeria?', News 11 Aug 438. (30) `Discrimination in academia', News 24 Aug 439. (31) `Education and the power-project', Dawn 1 Sep 440. (32) `In pursuit of language in the Karakorum', News 02 Sep 441. (33) `Casualties of Nine Eleven', News 11 Sep 442. (34) `High school or university?', Dawn 22 Sep 443. (35) `The caring state', News 30 Sep 444. (36) `Shadow without substance', Dawn 10 Oct 445. (37) `Rational voting', News 10 Oct 446. (38) `The Urdu university', Dawn 13 Oct 447. (39) `Consequences of elections', News 17 Oct

56 448. (40) `Poverty and education', Dawn 27 Oct 449. (41) `Reasons for the religious vote', News 28 Oct 450. (42) `What does the Turkish Islamic vote mean?', News 10 Nov 451. (43) `Teaching of foreign languages and the national interest', Dawn 10 Nov 452. (44) `Accountability of university faculty', Dawn 24 Nov 453. (45) `What is wrong with mixing languages?', News 24 Nov 454. (46) `The causes of militancy among Muslims', News 06 Dec 455. (47) `Changing dress and language codes', Dawn 14 Dec 456. (48) `The year after...', News 16 Dec

2003

457. (1) 458. (2) 459. (3) 460. (4) 461. (5) 462. (6) 463. (7) 464. (8) 465. (9) `Dangers of the erosion of sovereignty', News 1 Jan `The education of maulvis', Dawn 12 Jan `Education for the poor', News 24 Jan `Annemarie Schimmel: requiescat', News 07 Feb `Valentine's Day: there is enough charm for celebration', News 15 Feb `Consequences of war in Iraq', News 22 Feb `Tolerance and militancy among schoolchildren', Dawn 23 Feb `The battle for peace', News 09 Mar. `Tolerance and Militancy --- a Gender Wise Survey', Dawn 09 Mar.

466. (10) `The fallout of the Iraq war', News 26 March 2003. 467. (12) Are wars really so beneficial?', News 11 May 2003. 468. (13) `Governance of the Universities', Dawn 11 May 2003. 469. (14) `The censorship of literature', News 25 May 2003. 470. (15) `Islamisation drive in NWFP', News 05 June 2003. 471. (16) `Dilemma of the Liberals', News 19 June 2003. 472. (17) `Educational Expenditure and Inequality', Dawn 20 July 2003. 473. (18) `Time for Peace in South Asia?', News 22 July 2002. 474. (19) `Language Policy and the Ruling Elite', Dawn 14 August 2003. 475. (20) `Pakistan's Birth Anniversary: 14 or 15th?', News 10 August 2003. 476. (21) `Saving our Dying Languages', Dawn 31 August 2003. 477. (22) `Any Lessons from 6th Sept?', News 06 September 2003.

57 478. (23) `Two Years Down `Insanity Avenue', News 13 Sept 2003. 479. (24) `Edward Said: an obituary', News 02 Oct 2003. 480. (25) `What is happening in the Parliament?', News 18 Oct 2003. 481. (26) `A new system of faculty assessment', Dawn 19 Oct 2003. 482. (27) `The compelling heroism of the `Hibakusha', News 01 Nov 2003. 483. (28) `Assessment of faculty-II', Dawn 09 Nov 2003. 484. (29) `The right to learn in your mother tongue', Dawn 23 Nov 2003. 485. (30) `A school with a difference', Dawn 07 Dec 2003. 486. (31) `Indo-Pak détente and clash of the hawks', News 11 Dec 2003. 487. (32) `In memory of Hamza Alavi', News 24 Dec 2003. 488. (33) `Democracy deferred', News 31 Dec 2003. 2004 489. (1) 490. (2) 491. (3) 492. (4) 493. (5) 494. (6) 495. (7) 496. (8) 497. (9) `What is the HEC doing?' Dawn 04 Jan 2004. `Terrorism and Despotism' News 23 Jan 2004. `The perils of propaganda' News 06 Feb 2004. `Worls mother tongue day' News 21 Feb 2004. `A hierarchical system of higher education' Dawn 22 Feb 2004. `The wounds of conflict in South Asia' News 06 Mar 2004. `Construction-not subversion!' News 13 Mar 2004. `The lingo power' Dawn 21 Mar 2004. `Language and the Pakistan Movement' Dawn 23 Mar 2004.

498. (10) `Spain today: exemplar or exception' News 27 Mar 2004. 499. (11) `Higher education in the Islamic world' Dawn 03 Apr 2004. 500. (12) `The life of an academic' Dawn 03 Apr 2004. 501. (13) `Evaluating scientists' News 13 Apr 2004. 502. (14) `Evil is let loose!' News 14 May 2004. 503. (15) `The death of a language' News 11 Jun 2004. 504. (16) `Farewell to Zamir Niazi' News 19 June 2004. 505. (17) `Polarized education' Dawn 20 Jul 2004. 506. (18) `The real ideology of the Pakistani male' News 23 July 2004. 507. (19) `The lost art of debating' Dawn 8 Aug 2004.

58 508. (20) `Language issues and the one-nation theory' Dawn 14 Aug 2004. 509. (22) `Crossing the lines: Review of a film on Kashmir by Dr Pervez Hoodbhoy Dawn 5 Sep 2004.

2005

510. (1) 511. (2) 512. (3) 513. (4) 514. (5) 515. (6) 516. (7) 517. (8) `Terror Stalks London' News 26 Jul 2005. `The Value of research in Pakistani Society' Dawn 04 September 2005. `How National Character can be Changed' News 07 Sep 2005. `The trap of Public Opinion' News 30 Sep 2005. `The earthquake worldview' News 11 Oct 2005. `Feeding the Sharks' News 28 Oct 2005. `Globalization and the Demise of Private Education', Dawn 20 Nov 2005. `Teaching Sindhi in Sindh', News 09 Dec 2005. 2006 518. (1) 519. (2) 520. (3) 521. (4) 522. (5) 523. (6) 524. (7) 525. (8) 526. (9) `Funding Scholars for Life', Dawn (Educational Supplement), 09 April 2006. `Does Diverse Mean Divided', Daily Times 24 April 2006. `A Model for Progress', Dawn (Educational Supplement), 30 April 2006. `Poverty: the Ticking Timebomb', Dawn (Column), 05 May 2006. `Keeping Control on Population', Dawn (Column), 11 May 2006. `The conditions for Democracy', Dawn (Column), 23 May 2006. `The Dangers from Within', Dawn (Column), 06 June 2006. `The Dangers from Within', Dawn (Column), 20 June 2006. `Ban on the Bookis Dep lorable', Dawn (Column), 04 July 2006.

527. (10) `Creating a Good Image', Dawn (Column), 20 July 2006. 528. (11) `The problem of Cultural Schism, Dawn (Column), 01 Aug 2006. 529. (12) `Reviewing All Unjust Laws', Dawn, 16 Aug 2006. 530. (13) `The Anomaly of Missiong People', Dawn, 29 Aug 2006. 531. (14) `The Sourows of Balachistan', Dawn, 12 Sep 2006. 532. (15) `Linguistic Division of Prainees', Dawn, 26 Sep 2006. 533. (16) `Musharraf's Version of Events', Dawn, 10 Oct 2006. 534. (17) `N-Disarmament is the Solution', Dawn, 24 Oct 2006. 535. (18) `Concept of Human Security', Dawn 09 Nov 2006.

59 536. (19) `One Step Forward Two Back', Dawn 21 Nov 2006. 537. (20) `Who Should Head a University', Dawn 05 Dec 2006. 538. (21) `It's Move a War for Terror', Dawn 19 Dec 2006. 539. (22) `Bokhari Brothers Corporation', Friday Times 15-21 Dec 2006. 540. (23) `The Split Face of Maclim Educational Policy in India', Dawn Special Supplement (on the Muslim League), 30 Dec 2006.

2007

541. (1) 542. (2) 543. (3) 544. (4) 545. (5) 546. (6) 547. (7) 548. (8) 549. (9) `Flexibility in Kashmir', Dawn 04 Jan 2007. `Is `surge' a good policy?' Dawn 16 Jan 2007 `Lapses in education system' Dawn 28 Jan 2007 `Language, modernigy and identity' Dawn 11 Feb 2007 `Beginning of a new trend' Dawn 13 Feb 2007. `Making compassion a way of life Dawn 27 Feb 2007. `Public perceptions of judicial crisis' Dawn 12 Mar 2007. `Judicial crisis and media's role' Dawn 27 Mar 2007. `Understanding the jihadi mindset' Dawn 10 Apr 2007.

550. (10) `The language of entertainment' Dawn 24 Apr 2007. 551. (11) `Future of Liberal Politics' Dawn 08 May 2007. 552. (12) `Are we becoming a banana republic?' Dawn 22 May 2007. 553. (13) `Choosing medium of Instruction' Dawn 05 June 2007. 554. (14) `The Question of Press Freedom' Dawn 19 June 2007. 555. (15) `Misperceptions about Urdu' Dawn 03 Jul 2007. 556. (16) `The Lal Masjid Phenomenon' Dawn 17 Jul 2007. 557. (17) `The Threat of US Intervention' Dawn 31 Jul 2007. 558. (18) `Emergency or Martial Law?' Dawn 08 Nov 2007. 559. (19) `Singing our Song', The Friday Times [Lahore]. 2008 560. (1) 561. (2) 562. (3) `The Road to Democracy', Dawn 26 Feb 2008. `Lawyer's Movement, One Year On', Dawn 11 March 2008 `Expectations from the Government' Dawn 3 April 2008.

60 563. (4) 564. (5) 565. (6) 566. (7) 567. (8) 568. (9) `Why Judges Must Be Restored', Dawn 08 May. `Ayub Khan and the politics of Script', Dawn 26 May. `Why Not Pakhtunkhwa?', Dawn 10 June. `In defence of Minglish', Dawn 24 July 08. `If we had acted differently' Dawn 17 August 08. `Is anyone listening?', Dawn 8 September 08.

569. (10) `Past sins breed terrorism', Dawn 23 September 08. 570. (11) `Evaluating the HEC', Dawn 28 October 2008. 571. (12) `HEC Balance-Sheet', The Friday Times 21-27 November. 572. (13) `Far Away From Peace', Dawn 2 December 2008. 573. (14) `The Media and Mumbai', Dawn 14 December 2008. 574. (15) `The Insanity of War', Dawn 30 December 2008.

61 2.7. 1. 2. 3. Articles in Urdu `Pakistan men lissani syasat part-1', Jang 09 June 1997. `Pakistan men lissani syasat part-2', Jang 21 June 1997. `Ghuraba ke liye taleem', Taleem 2003.

62 2.8 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. Humour/Satire/Travelogue `How careers are chosen', Frontier Post ( `It's a don's life', FP (1 May 1987). `It's a don's life!', FP (22 May 1987). `It's a don's life', FP (5 June 1987). `It's a don's life', FP (19 June 1987). `It's a don's life', FP (3 July 1987). `It's a don's life', FP (17 July 1987). `It's a don's life', FP (31 July 1987). `It's a don's life', FP (14 Aug 1987). `On choosing a son-in-law', FP (28 Aug 1987). It's a don's life', FP (18 Sept 1987). `It's a don's life', FP (23 Oct 1987). `It's a don's life', FP (6 Nov 1987). `It's a don's life', FP (27 Nov 1987). `A Simple Guide to Driving in Pakistan', The Star (3 Dec 1987). `It's a don's life', FP (12 Feb 1988). `It's a don's life', FP (26 Feb 1988). `It's a don's life: The don lectures on promotion' FP (15 Apr 1988). `It's a don's life: The don lectures on chess' FP (10 Jun 1988). `It's a don's life: The don on the budget' FP (8 July 1988). `It's a don's life: The don on sacrifice' FP (22 July 1988) `It's a don's life', FP (24 June 1989). `It's a don's life: The Don travels by public transport' The Pakistan Times Islamabad, (2 Feb 1990). `It's a don's life: The Don meets a genius' The Muslim (28 Sept 1990). `It's a don's life: Elections and austerity' The Muslim (26 Oct 1990). `It's a don's life: The don lectures about the university' The Muslim (16 Nov 1990). `It's a don's life: The don lectures on promotion' The Muslim (11 Jan 1991). `It's a don's life', The Muslim (12 Oct 1990). `On political parties', The Muslim (12 Oct 1990). `It's a don's life: The don on the budget' The Muslim (7 June 1991). 1987).

63 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. `On Eid', The Muslim (28 June 1991). `Of sahibs and budgets: a satire', The News (19 June 1993). `Islamabad: the drawing room city?' The News (19 Nov 1993). `Marriage of Inconvenience', The News 25 Feb 1995. `In Pursuit of Language', Part-1, Politics & Buisiness 14-20 March 1995: 46 [The beginning]. `In Pursuit of Language, Part-II', P&B 21-27 Mar: 41-42 [Scotland for material]. `__________, III', P&B 28 Mar ­ 3 Apr: 44 [Cambridge for material]. `__________, IV', P&B 4-10 Apr: 43-44 [Yemen] `__________, V', P&B 11-17 Apr: 35-36 [Multan for Siraiki] `__________, VI', P&B 18-24 Apr: 33-34 [Sindh for Sindhi] `__________, VII',P&B 25 Apr-01 May: 44-45 [Lahore for Punjabi `__________, VIII', P&B 2-15 May: 42-43 [UK for British language policy] `__________, IX', P&B 16-22 May: 43-44 [London & Oxford] `__________, X', P&B 23-29 May: 42-43 [Peshawar for Pashto] `__________, XI', P&B 30 May - 5 Jun: 46-47 [Quetta for Balochi] `__________, XII', P&B 6-12 Jun: 42-43 [Chitral for Khowar] `__________, XIII', P&B 13-19 Jun: 45-46 [Abbottabad for Hindko] `__________, XIV', P&B 27 Jun - 3 Jul: 46-47 [Karachi for Gujrati] `__________, XV', P&B 4-10 Jul: 38-39 [Bangladesh for Bengali] `It's a Don's Life: Maps', The Friday Times [Lahore], 19 May 2006. `It's a Don's Life: Practical Ways to Choose a Career', TFT [Lahore] 02-08 June 2006. `It's a Don's life: Money Making Sciences', TFT [Lahore] 23-29 June 2006. `Tariq Rahman's Week: On Queues', TFT [Lahore] 15-21 Aug 2006. Memoir in six parts: part-I: `All Boys' Club' TFT June 8-14 2007. Memoir in six parts: part-II: `A Farewell to arms' TFT June 15-21 2007. Memoir in six parts: part-III: `Across the seven seas' TFT June 22-28 2007. Memoir in six parts: part-IV: `Becoming a linguist' TFT June 29 to July 5, 2007. Memoir in six parts: part-V: `Empires of the word' TFT July 6-12 2007. Memoir in six part: part-VI: `Gentleman of leisure' TFT July 13-19, 2007.

64 2.9 Translation 1979 1. (1) `The Representative of the Third World', short story by Akhtar Jamal The Muslim ( ). 1980 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. (1) (2) (3) (4) (1) `The Sky Lab', short story by Akhtar Jamal The Muslim (23 May 1980). `My Own Home', short story by Mansha Yod, Muslim (26 Sept 1980). A short story of Ahmad Daud Dates and publication details not known. `Love in the Space Age', short story by Akhtar Jamal. 1993 `Love of Lieutenancy, its Hardships', chapter of Col Mohd Khan's novel Bajang Amad, Pakistani Literature (Academy of Letter, Islamabad) (Spring 1993), 23-29 Repr Muslim 16 Aug 1993). `A Star Broke' from Urdu Translation Pak Lit. Short story of Naimatullah Gichki, Pak Lit (Academy of Letters), (Spring 1993), 233-237. `Poor Native', from the Urdu translation of Baluchi short story of Abdur Razzaq Nadir Pak Lit (Spring 1993), 239-241. Poem of Iqbal and their parodies in Fateh Mohd Malik's article on Iqbal in The News Friday Mag 26 Nov 1993. `The Midnight Sun', short story by Mustansar Hussain Tarar in Pak Lit (Winter 1993), 139-148. `The Sinner' Punjabi short story by Ibn-e-Adam in Pak Lit (Winter 1993) 151-156 Translated from Urdu. 2000 12. (1) Translation of a story of Mansha Yad (not published).

7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

(2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

65 2.10 Creative Writing 1968 1. (1) `The Mystery of the Bald Spot', PAF Journal (1968), Repr Frontier Post (14 Mar 1986). [Written in 1968] 1969 2. (1) `The Strange Wife', Kaghan: Govt College Abbottabad Magazine (1969) [Written in 1969) 1974 3. (1) `The King of the Beggars', The Rising Crescent (PMA) (1974) 54-57 [Written in 1969] 1980 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) `Charity', Muslim (25 Apr 1980) [Written in 1974] `The EPITAPH', Muslim (9 May 1980) [Written in 1970] `Babu', Muslim (30 May 1980). Repr. FP (18 Jul 1986). [Written in 1980] `Roses fora Rupee', Muslim (13 June 1980). [Written in 1969] `Betrayal', M (18 Jul 1980). Repr FP (30 Jan 1987). [Written in 1980] `The Physician', Muslim (8 Aug 1980) Repr FP (6 Mar 1987) [Written in 1980] `The Niche', Muslim (22 Aug 1980) Repr FP (27 Jan 1986) in Short Story International (New York) 10: 37 (March 1990), 61-69 [Written in 1980] `Salvation', Muslim (29 Aug 1980). [Written in 1980] `The Child - Psychologist', Muslim ( ). Repr FP (6 Feb 1987) [Written in 1980]

10. (7) 11. (8) 12. (9)

13. (10) `The Great City', M (12 Dec 1980). [Written in 1979] 14. (11) `The Legacy', Muslim (19 Dec 1980) Repr FP (26 Sept 1986) in Short Story International 8: 45 (August 1984), 38-45 [Written in 1979] 15. (12) `Finis', M ( ) FP (11 Apr 1986). [Written in 1970] ) [Written in 1969] 1981 17. (1) 18. (2) 19. (3) 20. (4) 21. (5) 22. (6) `The Crucifixion', M (30 Jan 1981) [Written in 1979] `The Snail', M ( ) Repr FP (25 Jul 1986) [Written in 1975] ) [Written in 1980] ) [Written in 1971] `Out of Darkness', M (01 May 1981) [Written in 1970] `The Dove of Peace', M ( `Mai', M ( `Transfiguration', M ( ) [Written in 1982] 16. (13) `Tears in a Man's Eyes', M (

66 23. (7) 24. (8) 25. (9) `Joy', M ( ) [Written in 1980] )[Written in 1979] ) [Written in 1969].

`Being Sixteen', M ( `Bed Number - 29', M (

26. (10) `Medusa', M (

) Repr FP (12 Jun 1987) [Written in 1979]

27. (11) `The Burden of Sisyphus', M (26 Jun 1981) Repr FP (24 Apr 1987) [Written in 1981] 28. (12) `The Shock', M ( 30. (14) `The Artist', M ( 31. (1) 32. (2) 33. (3) 34. (4) 35. (5) 36. (6) 37. (1) 38. (2) 39. (3) 40. (4) ) Repr FP (14 May 1987) [Written in 1976] ) [Written in 1979] 1982 `Just a Child', M (01 Jan 1982) [Written in 1960] `Lord Ronald Brought a Coal Black Shoe...' M (5 Mar 1982) [Written in 1970] `The Rajah With the Two Faces', M (2 Apr 1982) Repr FP (20 Mar 1987) [Written in 1982] `The Losers', M (23 Apr 1982) [Written in 1969] `The Computer', M ( `The Olive Branch' M ( ) Repr FP (20 Feb 1987) [Written in 1973] ). Repr FP (22 Mar 1987) [Written in 1981] 1985 `Work', M (1 Nov 1985) Repr FP (9 Jan 1987) [Written in 1985] `The Lead Gatherer', M (15 Nov 1985) Repr FP (19 Dec 1986) [Written in 1980] `Sacrifice', M (13 Dec 1985) Repr Ariel (Sind University) 17 (1991-92), 82-87 [Written in 1982] `The Hotel', M (20 Dec 1985) Repr Journal of the English Literary Club (Peshawar) (1984-85), 153-158 [Written in 1985] 1986 41. (1) 42. (2) 43. (3) 44. (4) 45. (5) 46. 47. (6) 48. `Shahryar's Secret', M (3 Jan 1986) [Written in 1969] `The Innocent Thief', M (10 Jan 1986). [Written in 1969] `The Old Story', M (7 Mar 1986). [Written in 1969] `The Mistake', FP (28 Mar 1986) [Written in 1968] `A Game of chess Part I', FP (9 May 1986) `A Game of chess Part II', FP (16 May 1986) [both parts written in 1970]. `Bingo-I', FP (30 May 1986) [Written in 1975]. `Bingo-2', FP (6 Jun 1986) both parts were reprinted as `Bingo' in Short Story International [New York] 11: 64 (October 1987), 111-124. ) [Written in 1974] 29. (13) `The Unteachable', M (

67 49. (7) 50. (8) 51. (9) `The Keepers', FP (11 July 1986). [Written in 1986] `The Third Leg', FP (22 Aug 1986) [Written in 1986] `Saint Satan', FP (19 Sept 1986) [Written in 1979]

52. (10) `The Dance of the Beards', FP (17 Oct 1986) Repr `I've Feared the Beard', M (22 Jan 1986) M (14 June 1991). [Written in 1986] 53. (11) `The Choice', FP (31 Oct 1986) [Written in 1986] 54. (12) `The Salvation', FP (14 Nov 1986) [Written in 1986] 55. (13) `Friend', FP (21 Nov 1986) [Written in 1974] 56. (14) `The Gull', M (26 Nov 1986) [Written in 1969] 57. (15) `The Folly', FP (5 Dec 1986) Repr Short Story International 13: 74 (June 1989), 86-103 [Written in 1986 New York] 58. (16) `The Votary of Mammon', FP (25 Dec 1986) [Written in 1981] 1987 59. (1) 60. (2) 61. (3) 62. (4) `A City Daulababad', FP (3 Apr 1987) [Written in 1987] `The Alien', FP (29 May 1987) [Written in 1987] `The Moustache', FP (5 June 1987) [Written in 1987] `Hore-I', FP (26 June 1987) [Written in 1987] `Hore-2', FP (3 July 1987) Both parts reprinted as `The Word' in Short Story International [New York] 9: 35 (September 1989), 31-47. 63. (5) 64. (6) 65. (7) 66. (8) 67. (1) 68. (1) 69. (1) 70. (2) 71. (3) 72. (4) `Ugh', FP (25 Sept 1987) [Written in 1987] `Apples', FP (2 Oct 1987) [Written in 1987] `Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi', FP (20 Nov 1987) [Written in 1987] `The Vision of Paradise', FP (25 Dec 1987) [Written in 1987] 1988 `Rain', FP ( 5 Feb 1988) [Written in 1988] 1990 `Animals', M (9 Nov 1990) [Written in 1990] 1991 `The Doll', M (7 June 1991) [Written in 1991] `The Sweepress', FP (1 Oct 1991) Repr Journal of the English Literary Club (1992), 148-151 [Written in 1991] `Deaf, Dark Walls', M (4 Oct 1991) [Written in 1991] `The Toy', M (11 Oct 1991) [Written in 1991]

68 73. (5) 74. (6) 75. (7) 76. (8) 77. (9) `Sacrifice' M (25 Oct 1991) [Written in 1991] `The Coward', M (01 Nov 1991) [Written in 1991] `The Inquisitors', M (15 Nov 1991) [Written in 1991] `Mai Baap', M (29 Nov 1991) [Written in 1991] `Mamoon Ji-I' M (6 Dec 1991) [Written in 1991] 1999 79. (1) `The Game', International Quarterly Vol. 3: No. 3, 50-51 [Philadelphia, US].

78. (10) `Mamoon Ji-2' M (13 Dec 1991).

69 2.11 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. Appearance on Radio & T.V Sufi poets of Pakistan -- A series of talks on Radio Pakistan. 1994. Reading of three of my English short stories on Radio Pakistan, 1995. Talk on Wordsworth's poetry, Video AIOU & PTV-2, 1995. Interview on Pakistan Television about my book Language and Politics in Pakistan November 1997 (in Urdu). Talk on Books in Pakistan, BBC Radio, 13 March 1997. Lecture on Language Movements in Pakistan (in Urdu), Radio Pakistan, 9 April 1997. Interview with BBC TV, 14 July 1997. Video lecture at AIOU on the Coming of English in India, 14 July 1997. Interview of Shan ul Haq Haqqee on Radio Pakistan, 17 Mar. Interview with World Media May 1998 (on Nuclear Issues). [date unsure. Taken from Delhi by phone]. Interview with BBC on the New Oxford Dictionary. Taken from London by phone. 10 June 1999. Interview with BBC on Kashmir. Taken from London by phone. 30 June 1999. Several interviews after Nine Eleven (Spanish TV, Voice of Germany, BBC etc) in 2001, 2002 & 2003. `Discussion on the Model University Ordinance', PTV, August 2002. 15.`Discussion on Higher Education', GEO TV, October 2003. `Aaj Ka Mehman' Radio Pakistan, 23 July 2004. GEO TV `On Liberal Education', 4 p.m on 14 July 2004. GEO TV `Madrassa Education: Panel Discussion' July 2005. Dawn TV, `Languages of Pakistan', 15 Aug 2007. GEO TV `Policy for Higher Education Language', Sept 2007. Dawn TV, `Education Policy for Pakistan', Oct 2007. Dawn TV, `Economic, Education and other Policies' [Kamran Shafi] Feb 2008. Dawn TV, `Post ­ Election Scenario', Mar 2008. Dawn TV, `Student Unions', 07 Apr 2008. Aaj TV. `Interview' May 2008. Interview for PTV World, June 2008. `Higher Education in Pakistan', Samaa TV channel, HEC, Islamabad, Nov 2008 Islamabad.

70 28. 29. Interview for PTV World on `Higher Education', Nov 2008 Islamabad. Talat Hussain ke Saath on `Bollywood', Recorded on 26 Nov 2008, IslamabadBroadcast on 08 December.

71 2.12 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Other experience (Academic research and lecturing since 1980). Military and administrative experience as an army officer and Head of an academic department in a university. Editing of journals and books. (Frontier Post, NIPS, Quaid-i-Azam University; Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad). Speaking on radio and in TV education programmes for Radio Pakistan and Allama Iqbal Open University TV. Advisory work in the Federal Board of Film Censor Islamabad, Pakistan. Research Advisor Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad & the American Biographical Institute. Member of the Senate of the Federal Urdu University from 2002-2004 resigned. Member of the Board of Governors, Pakistan Study Centre, Balochistan University, Quetta 2001-2004 resigned.

72 PART-3 3.1. MISCELLANEOUS ACADEMIC INFORMATION Writings on my Work

General Comments

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) `Shuaib Bin Hasan', A Good Literary Journal', Pakistan Times (21 November 1986) [on my article on Ghose and short story `Hotel']. `R.A, `Impressive Journal', Rev. Journal of the English Literary Club. Correspondent, 'Themes of Pakistani Fiction in English', Viewpoint (31 March 1988) [On my lecture on themes of Pakistani Literature in English]. `T.M.A, 'Literary Journal'. Rev. JELC (1987) in Frontier Post (1 April 1988) [Comments on my work]. Ashok Chopra, 'One is a Lonely Number'. Rev. Mornings in Wilderness .ed. Waqas Ahmad Khawaja in Times of India (16 April 1989) [Comments on 'The Moustache']. Talat Ahmad, 'The Intellectuals Meet Over Dinner', Pakistan Times (12 April 1991) [informal interview and comments on my books]. Profile : `From Soldier to sage' by Mahnaz Hassan Friday Times, March 3-9, 2000. Personality : `Giving Voice to Linguistics' by Sikandar Sarwar Star Weekend, March 25, 2000. Author Profile : `Exploring Languages' by Muneeza Shamsie Dawn August 29, 2000.

Reviews on THE LEGACY (1989)

10. (1) Asif Aslam Farrukhi, 'A Promising Legacy'. Rev. The Legacy and Other Short Stories by Tariq Rahman in Newsline (October 1990), p.164.

Reviews on Pakistani English (1990)

11. 12. 13. 14. (1) (2) (3) (4) Razi Abedi, 'What to do, What to do...?, Rev. Pakistani English by Tariq Rahman in Frontier Post (29 March 1991). Anjum Saleemi, 'English, Pakistani Style', Rev. Pakistani English in The Friday Times [Lahore] (2-8 May, 1991), p.14. Mubina Talat, 'Our Version'. Rev. Pakistani English in Muslim (3 May 1991). Reprinted in Pakistan Journal of History and Culture (January-June 1991), pp.119-122. Muneeza Shamsie, `Not the Queen's English', Dawn (31 May 1991). Rev. Pakistani English.

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`The Culture of English in Pakistan'. Rev. Pakistani English by Khalid M. Malik in Pakistan Times (1 November 1991). `Varieties of English'. Rev. Pakistani English by Paroo Niholani in World Englishes 10:3 (1991), 341-342.

Reviews on A History of Pakistani Literature in English (1991)

17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Muneeza Shamsie, `Not derided Any More as a Colonial Leftover'. Rev. Article. A History of Pakistani Literature in English by Tariq Rahman in Dawn (9 June 1991). Waqas Ahmad Khawaja, `A Voyage Into Unchartered Depths'. Rev. A History of Pakistan Literature in English in Frontier Post (14 June 1991). Bapsi Sidhwa, `Of Books and Related Digressions', The Nation Review (4 June 1991) [on Pakistani Literature in English etc]. Razi Abedi, `English Literature from Pakistan'. Rev. A History of Pakistani Literature in English in Muslim (5 July 1991). `Pakistani Literature in English'. Rev. Pakistani Literature by B. Chandramohan in Viewpoint (22 August 1991). `Our Creative Writing in English'. Rev. Pakistani Literature by Mubina Talat in Pakistan Times (30 August 1991). `Scraping the Barrel'. Rev. Pakistani Literature by Muhammad Ali Siddiqui in The Herald (September 1991), 150. `Breaking New Ground'. Pak Literature by Nasir Khattak in Friday Times (6 November 1991), 14. `Voices in the Wilderness'. Rev. Pak Literature by Asif Aslam Farrukhi in Newsline (May 1992).

(10) `History is as Literature Does', Rev. A History of Pak Lit in English by Shaista Sonno in Nation (Mag) (18 Dec 1992). (11) `Pulls and Tugs of Socio-eco-Politico-Cultural Life', in Frontier Post by Hina Faisal Imam (2 Mar 1993) Rev Hist of Pak Lit in English Horizons Vol 4: No.489. (12) `Following in the Footnotes of Herodotus', by Nazeer Siddiqui Rev. A History of Pak Lit in English in News (8 May 1993). (13) `What History?'. Rev. Article on A History of Pakistani Literature in English by Alamgir Hashmi in The Toronto Review 12:1 (Summer 993), 93-96. (14) Rev. A History of Pakistani Literature in English by Alamgir Hashmi in World Literature

74 Today (Winter 1993).

Reviews of Work (1991)

31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) `A Microcosmic World'. Rev. Work and Other Short Stories (Lahore: Sang-e-Meel, 1991) by Jamil Azar in Muslim (20 December 1991). `Portrait of a Society'. Rev. Work and Other Short Stories by Muneeza Shamsie (3 April 1992) Dawn. `All Work, No Play'. Rev. Work by Waqas Ahmad Khawaja in Herald (July 1992), 160163. Rev. Notice. Work & other Short Stories in Journal of Commonwealth Literature Vol. 27: No.1 (1992), p.206. `Expressing the Values of a Liberal Humanist' Rev. Work by Mubina Tala'at in News 28 Feb 1994. Rev. Work and Other Short Stories by Shaista Sirajuddin in World Literatures Today (Autumn 1992).

Reviews of Language and Politics in Pakistan (1996)

37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) `Linguistics of Power and Poverty'. Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan (1996) by Syed Talat Hussain in The News on Friday 29 Nov 1996. `Of men and Languages'. Extracts from Language and Politics in Dawn Saturday 07 Dec 1996. `Unavoidable question of Languages'. Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Ahsan Wagha in Muslim Magazine 27 Dec 1996. `Tariq Rahman's pioneering work on Pakistani languages'. Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Khaled Ahmed in Friday Times 16-22 Jan 1997. `If you read one books this week ...'. Introduction and Rev Language and Politics in Pakistan by Asif Farrukhi in Dawn Tuesday Review 28 Jan-03 Feb 1997 (pp. 25-26). `Filling the Need'. Summary of Language and Politics in Pakistan in SDPI News and Research Bulletin Vol. 2, No. 5, (Sept-Oct 1996) p. 15 [Published in 1997]. `The Politics of Language' Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Syed Yousaf Raza in Newsline March 1997 pp. 127-128. `Forked Tongues'. Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Murtaza Rizvi in Herald May 1997, pp. 152-153.

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`Language Movement in Pakistan'. Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Aziz Siddiqui in Dawn Magazine 13 July 1997.

(10) `Language and Power'. Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Anjum P. Saleemi in The Nation 21 December 1997. (11) `Language and Politics in Pakistan'. Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Stephen R. Willson in News 5 January 1997. (12) `Insight into Pakistan'. Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Matrayee Chaudhuri in The Hindu 18 Jan 1998. (13) `Watchword'. Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Makarand Paranjape in The Pioneer 01 Feb 1998. (14) `Author threads way through tangled skein of language'. Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Maruf Khwaja in Khaleej Times 28 Feb 1998. (15) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by William Bright in The Yearbook of South Asian Language & Linguistics ed Rajindra Singh, Dehli: Sage 1998. pp.222-226. (16) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Stephen R. Willson in Bulletin of School Oriental and African Studies 61:2(1997), 362-364. (17) Rev. Language and Politics Language and Politics in Pakistan by K M de Silva in Ethnic Studies Report Vol. XV, No. 2, July 1997. pp.293-295. (18) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Robert Baumgardner in Journal of Multilingual and Multicuttural Development Vol. 18:6 (1997). pp. 524-527. (19) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by T. N. Madan in Indian Social Science Review 1, 1(1999). pp. 229-231. (20) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Robert J. Baumgardner in Department of Literature and Languages, Texas A&M University, Commerce, TX 75429, USA Word Englishes 17(3) 1998. (21) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Denis Matringe in Bulletin Critique Des Annales Islamologique 14 (1998). pp. 14-17. (22) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Gail Minault in SAGAR 6 (1999): 107-08. (23) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Gail Minault in Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Vol XIX No. 1 (1999). 168-70 (24) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Bernice Archer in International Journal of Bilingualism 1998. pp. 91-94.

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(25) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan in Dawn The Review 23-29 March 2000. (26) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by B. Spooner in American Institute of Pakistan Studies Newsletter Spring 1998 and Annual of Urdu Studies 1998. (27) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Ayesha Jalal in The Journal of Asian Studies (28) `Language Loyalty in an Islamic State: Dilemmas of Shifting Identities', International Journal of Sociology of Language 140 (1999), 149-159 by Lachman M. Khubchandani. (29) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Gail Minault in (1999) 168-70. (30) Rev. Language and Politics in Pakistan in The Frontier Post by Riaz Missen in Saturday, 01 September 2001. (31) Rev. Language in Politics in Pakistan in Journal of Indo-European Studies 26 (3-4) (FallWinter 1998), p. 503.

Reviews of Introduction to Linguistics (1997)

68. 69. 70. (1) (2) (3) `Introducing Linguistics to Pakistani Learner'. Rev. An Introduction to Linguistics (1997) by Shameem B Abbas in News 26 Jan 1997. Rev. Linguistics in Pakistan by Boan Lg. Baart Dawn 22 Mar 1998. `An Introduction to Linguistics' NIPS-SIL North Pakista Newsletter No. 22, Jan 1998.

Reviews of Language, Education Culture (1999)

71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) `The role of language in Society', Rev. Language, Education and Culture by Humair Ishtiaq in Star Weekend Saturday, June 19, 1999. `Education in a multi-lingual Pakistan', Rev. Language, Education and Culture by Hamza Alavi in Dawn Magazine, August, 8, 1999. Rev. Language, Education and Culture by Ayesha M. Ali in Social Pages Rev. Language, Education and Culture: in Pakistan Link ­ Friday December, 10, 1999. Notice. Language, Education and Culture in Book Received, South Asian, March 2000. `Language for Power', Rev. Language, Education and Culture by Joan L. G. Baart in News on Sunday, July, 30, 2000. `Learning Disabilities', Rev. Language, Education and Culture by Dr Moonis Ahmar in Herald September, 2000. pp.159-160. Notice. Language, Education and Culture : in Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern

77 Studies Vol. XXIII, No. 2 Winter 2000. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. (9) `Neighbour's Language', Rev. Language, Education and Culture by Krishna Kumar in Economic & Political Weekly, Bombay August 26 ­September 2, 2000.

(10) Rev. Language, Education and Culture by Harold Schiffman in To appear in Language in Society (11) Rev. Language, Education and Culture SIL Internet Site. [http:11 www.sil.org/linguistics/lingbits] Karachi 1999. (12) Rev. Language, Education and Culture by Etienne Tiffou. In the Yearbook of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 2002. P. 241-243. Oxford University Press 1999. (13) Rev. Language, Education and Culture journal of Sociolinguistics Volume 6 Number 1 February 2002 (14) Rev. Language Education and Culture South Asia March 2000 Oxford University Press Karachi 1999. (15) Rev. Language and Culture by Ayesha M. Ali Magazine Social Pages Kye. (16) Rev. Language Education and Culture by Shirin Zubair News Bulletin [BZU Multan] (Jan 2001) Vol 6 p. 2. (17) Rev. Language, Education and Culture by Kaye, A.S. Language 77 (4) 847-848. (18) Rev Language, Education and Culture by Christopher Shackle, Bulletin of the School of Oriental African Studies 64: 285-286 Part 2 (2001). (19) Rev. Language, Education and Culture by Dave Jeffrey. http://www.sil.org/silebr/silebr 2003-007

Reviews of The Third Leg (1999)

90. (1) `Mirror, Mirror on the Wall', Rev. The Third Leg and other Short Stories by Muneeza Shamsie in Newsline August 1999.

Reviews of Language, Ideology and Power (2002)

91. 92. 93. (1) (2) (3) `More than Just Communication', Excerpts. Dawn February 12, 2002. Rev. `Of the power of language', by Gaitty Ara. The Nation Literary Supplement, 12 March 2002. Rev. `Politicization of Language', By Mubarak Ali Dawn: Books and Authors, 14 April 2002.

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`Language, Ideology and Power', Excerpt. The News, 30 May 2002. Rev. `Nuances of Language', by Dr Ayesha Siddiqa-Agha News on Sunday 09 June 2002. Rev. `Politics of Language', by Muneeza Shamsie. Newsline July 2002. Rev. `Language, Ideology and Power', by Elisabeth Le ["LINGUIST List" [email protected] org]. Rev. by Brain Spooner, The Annual of Urdu Studies No. 18: Part. 2 (2003), 611-616. Short version in Pakistan Studies News Newsletter of the American Institute of Pakistan Studies (Spring 2003) Vol. V Number 10 pp. 27-28. Rev by Kazi A Kadir in Pakistan Perspectives (Karachi University) 7: 2 (July-December 2002), 207-212. Rev. `Contemporary South Asia' Lang Ideology in Vol 12 (2003) by

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101. (11) Rev. Language, Volume 80, Number 3 (2004) by Mohamed Sawaie, University of Virginia]. 102. (12) Rev. Language Policy Vol. 2 Issue 2 (2003), 203-205 by Harold F. Schiffman. 103. (13) Rev. Language Ideology and Power in Language Policy Vol-3 No. 1 (March 2004), 88.

Language and Education: Selected Documents (2004)

104. (1) 105. (2) 106. (3) Rev `A Study in education' Language and Education, by Adiah Khan News 31 October 2004. Rev `Impact of Language on Education' by Dr Shahid Siddiqui Dawn 12 December 2004. Rev `Taleem aur Zaban' [Urdu] by Muhammad Islam Nashtar Akhbar Urdu October 2004. Denizens of Alien Worlds: A Study of Education, Inequality and in Pakistan (2004) 107. (1) 108. (2) 109. (3) 110. (4) Rev. `Education in crisis' by Jamil Rashid Dawn 02 January 2005. Rev. `Have' and Have-nots' of Education', by Naveed Hussain, News (Book and People page), 22 Oct 2005. Rev. `Educated Analysis', by Adiah Afraz. News [Encore], 06 Nov 2005. Rev. `Evolution of Class-based Education by Dr. Kalim Bahadur, The Book Review (India) October 2005, p. 29.

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Rev. Denizens of Alien Worlds by Ghazala Bhatti in Journal of Islamic Studies (University of Oxford, Centre for Islamic Studies), 17: 2 (May 2006).

80 3.2 Travel Dates 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 1980 Oct Country U.K (Sheffield) (Rome & Berlin) 1982 March 1983 May-June 1983 August 1988 Oct 1991 July-August 1992 Jan 1992 Oct 1993 July-August 1994 Sept-Oct 1995 Feb 1995 July 1995-1996 1996 Sept 1998 1999 1999 1999 2000 2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 U.K (Sheffield, Cambridge) 2 Years & 6 Months Ph. D U.S.A (Austin etc) France (Paris) U.K (Glosgow) U.K (Cambridge) Yemen (Sara'a, Hudeida) South Korea (Leoul) U.K (Austin etc) Bangladesh (Daka) Nepal (Kathmandu) China (Beijing) U.S.A(Austin etc) Singapore India (Delhi, Shahabad) Denmark (Aarhus) England (England) France (Paris) USA (Austin, Detroit, Boston, Philadelphia) Spain (Castellon) Dubai Spain (Barcelena) USA (Washington) USA (New York) Thailand (Bangkok) 3 Weeks 1 day 1 Week 1 Week 1 Week 1 Week Visiting Professor in University Transit & sightseeing Conference Conference Conference Conference 4 Weeks One Week 1 Year & 3 Months 4 Weeks 6 Months One Week 4 Weeks One Week 6 Days 5 Days 9 Months 5 Days 20 Days 1 Month 20 Days 2 Days 1 Month Research Sightseeing M. Litt Summer course Professor in University (PEN Conf) Research Research 3rd NGO Summit Seminar on Translation Fulbright Fellowship Seminar on Linguistics Research & Lecturing Guest Professor in University Research Lecture Guest Speaker Stay 6 Months 2 Weeks & 1 Week Purpose M.A Sightseeing

1980 Dec-Jan 1981 Italy & Germany

81 27. 28. 2004 2004-2005 Nepal (Kathmandu) USA (Berkeley etc) 4 days 10 months Conference Established the Pakistan Chair at the University of California, Berkeley Conference

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2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2008

Germany (Erfurt) India (Kolkata, Delhi, Aligarh, Agra) U. K (Oxford, London) India (Mumbai) France (Paris)

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2 Weeks (February) Delegation/Conference. 1 Month (July) 1 Week (March) 10 days (Nov-Dec) Research Conference Lectures/research Conference/Research/ tourism Conference

India (Aligarh, Hyderabad, 22 days (Jan) Delhi, Rampur, Shahabad, Agra) Thailand (Bangkok) 03 days (July)

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82 3.3 Lecturing/Seminars/Talks/Speeches/Conferences 1982 1. (1) `Modernism in English Literature', Federal College for Girls, Rawalpindi, (October 1982). 1983 2. (1) `Liberal Movements in Islam' [Mutazlites, Mystics, Modernists etc] Sheffield City Council (June 1983). 1985 3. (1) `Daud Kamal as a Creative Tanslator', Rural Academy, Peshawar (October 1985). 1986 4. 5. (1) (2) `Crisis in Education', Peshawar University Teachers' Association (November 1986). `Pakistani Literature in English', Government College Peshawar as Chief Guest (December 1986). 1987 6. 7. 8. (1) (2) (3) `Higher Education in 2000 A.D', Institute of Futuristics, Islamabad (April 1987). `Teaching the Speaking Skills in Pakistan', 4th International Conference on English Language Teaching (August 2-3, 1987). `English and Urdu Schools' Paper in a National Seminar on Issues in Education, Peshawar University (21 November 1987). 1988 9. 10. 11. 12. (1) (2) (3) (4) `Gearing Lifestyle to Self-reliance', Pakistan Institute of National Affairs, Lahore 14 March 1988). `Daud Kamal as a Poet', Lecture at the Department of English, University of Punjab, Lahore (13 March 1988). `Themes of Pakistani Literature in English', Lecture in Quaid-e-Azam Library, Lahore (14 March 1988). `Pakistani Poetry in English', Lecture in Quaid-e-Azam Library, Lahore, (29 August 1988).

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1990 13. 14. 15. 16. (1) (2) (3) (4) `Philosophical Themes in English Literature', Lecture at the Department of English, University of the Punjab, Lahore (18 January 1990). `Linguistic Deviation in Pakistani Literature in English', Seminar on Pakistani Literature in English, University of Karachi (May 1990). `The Psychological Causes of War', 8th International Psychiatric Conference, Islamabad, (December 1990). `Linguistic Determinism in Different Cutures', Paper presented to the 3rd Meeting of the Royal College of Psychiatrists at Islamabad (December 1990). 1991 17. 18. (1) (2) `Pakistani English: Recommendations for a Paedagogical Model', Lecture before SPELT, Islamabad (June 1990). `What Kind of Literature should be taught in Pakistan?', Lecture and Workshop, NAHE, UGC (March 1991). 1992 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) `English in 19th Century India', Seminar Paper, Khyber Literary Club, Peshawar University, Bara Gali Summer Camp, (26 August 1992). `Pakistani Literature in the ELT Class', Lecture, National Institute of Modern Languages, Islamabad (19 September 1992). `An Introduction to Pakistani Literature in English', P.E.N. Seminar on Issues in Asian Literature, Seoul, South Korea (27 September 1992). `Errors and Deviations Relevant for Teaching English in Pakistani Schools', Lecture to Teachers of the City School, Rawalpindi (18 October 1992). `The Medium of Instruction Controversy in Pakistan', Seminar Paper, Academic Staff Association Seminar on Higher Education, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad (24 October 1992). `The Siraiki Movement', Paper read out by Brigit Shepard in the author's absence at the INTERNATIONAL SIRAIKI CONFERENCE at LONDON, 16-18 October, 1992). `The Anglicist-Orientalist Controversy in India', Social Science Forum, Islamabad, 27 December 1992. 1993

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`Pakistani English: Phonological Features', SIL Linguistic Group & SDPI, Islamabad (January and 2 May 1993). `Literary Heritage of Pakistan', Federal Judicial Academy, (16 June 1993). `Review of Living Islam', Holiday Inn, (16 August 1993). `Linguistic Imperialism -- The Pragmatics of Urdu', (24 Oct 1993) SDPI Islamabad. `The Psychological Causes of Conflict', Joint Services Rawalpindi (14 Dec 1993). Staff College,

`The Political Aspects of the Pashto Language Movement', Peshawar University (22 Dec 1993). 1994

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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

`The Poetry of Ahmed Ali'. Reference: Ahmed Ali: Condolence Meeting, Academy of Letters, Islamabad (26 Jan 1994). `Pakistani English', Lecture at American Centre, 9 Feb 1994. `Noah Webster the Development of American English', Paper read out at the Seminar on American Literature, University of the Punjab. `Psychological causes of war' Lecture at PMA Kakul, 10 March 1994. `Pakistani English', Lecture at US Center, Lahore, 04 Apr 1994. `The Medium of Instruction Controversy in Pakistan', SDPI, Islamabad, 08 May 1994. `Political Aspects of the Medium of Instruction', National Conference on the Teaching of English in Colleges, Govt. College for Women, Gulberg, Lahore, 12 May 1994. `Varieties of English', English Centre, Balochistan University, Quetta. 11 June 1994. `Psychological Aspects of War', Command & Staff College, Quetta. 13 June 1994. `Modernity and the Philosophy of Science', Joint Services Staff College, Rawalpindi. 17 Sept 1994. `Pakistani English', American Center & Teachers' Resource Centre, Karachi, 22 Sept 1994.

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`Pakistani English', Dept. of English, University of Karachi, 24 Sept 1994. `The Theme of Resistance in Pakistani Literature in English'. 10 Oct 1994. Conference of Writers & Intellectuals, Academy of Letters, Islamabad. `The Politics of English'. Lecture in the 10th SPELT, International Conference on English Language Teaching, 23 Oct 1994, Islamabad. `Ethnicity and Language'. Lecture, Asia Study Group, 02 Nov 1994, Islamabad. `The Bengali Language Movement', Lecture, Social Science Forum, Islamabad. `Pakistani English'. Lecture, Australian High Commission, 01 Dec 1994, Islamabad. `The Medium of Instruction', Seminar paper, Seminar on Teaching Pakistan Studies, N.I.P.S, QAU, 04 Dec 1994. `Review of Dr. Mohammad Waseem', book The 1993 Elections in Pakistan', Social Science Forum, 13 Dec 1994. 1995

51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60.

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`Pakistan's Poetic Heritage', Lecture, SDPI-Islamabad, 22 Jan 1995. `Psychological Aspects of War', PMA-Kakul, 11 Feb 1995. `Language, Ethnicity and Security', Workshop Paper. Third NGO Summit, 22 Feb 1995, Kathmandu, Nepal. `Pakistani English', Fauji Foundation Girls' College, Rawalpindi, 04 May 1995. `Language & Ethnicity Problems', 24 June 1995, Administrative Staff College, Lahore `Pakistani Engish', Dept of English faculty, PMA Kakul, 29 June 1995. `British Language Policies', Army Education Corps Officers, PMA, 03 July. `Psychological Causes of Conflict', PMA military officers, 2 July. `Language, Translation and Power', Paper read out in the Asian Translators Forum, Beijing, 31 July. `Language and Politics in Pakistan', Lecture at Department of South Asian Studies, University of Texas at Austin, USA, 30 Nov. 1996

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`Language Policies in Pakistan', Talk to the Anthropology and Linguistics Circle at Austin, 8 Feb. `Language Policy in South Asia', Seminar Leader and Presenter of paper on `Language and Politics in Pakistan' at the University of California at Berkeley in the 11th South Asian Conference, 18 Feb. `Mystical Symbolism and the Urdu Ghazal', Lecture at The Center for Asian Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, 10 May. `Symbolism in the Poetry of Chang So Ko', Review of the English Translations of the Korean Ambassador's Book. 07 July. `The Sindhi Language Movement and the Politics of Sind', SDDI, Islamabad, 14 July. `Knowledge, Language and Inequality', Paper read out at the 2nd Annual Development Conference of SDPI, 08 August. `Fifty years of English in Pakistan', SDPI, Islamabad, 18 August 1996. `Mystic Symbolism as Background to the Poetry of Shah Latif', 24 August. `The Role of English in Pakistan -- The Political Perspective', in Seminar on Role of Pakistani Languages in Education, Allama Iqbal Open University Seminar, 01 September. `Background to English in Pakistan', Medical Services Academy, Islamabad, 05 September. `Language and Ethnicity in Pakistan', Paper in Language and Knowledge Conference at the Department of English Language and Literature, National University of Singapore, 09 September. `The Politics of English', Lecture at the Department of English, and Faculty of Arts, University of Karachi, 03 October. Language and Power', Lecture at the Social Science Forum, Islamabad, 25 November. `Tolerance and Sufi Literature', Paper at the Christian Study Centre, Rawalpindi, 25 November. `Language and Ethnic Politics in Pakistan', Lecture at the Administrative Staff College, Lahore, 01 December. `The Politics of American English : The Case of Webster's Dictionary', Lecture at the Area Study Centre, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, 10 December.

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70. 71.

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`The Development of Sindhi since the British Period', Lecture at the Sindh Graduates Association, Islamabad, 12 December. `West Pakistani Responses to the Bengali Language Movement'. Paper read out in absentia at the Bangladesh 1971-1996: Past, Present and Future : An International Conference, London, 13 December. `Language Policy in Central Asia'.Paper read out at the Book Launching Ceremony by the Pakistan Academy of Letters, Islamabad, 18 December. 1997

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80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91.

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`Problems of Research in Pakistan'. Talk in National Library IMPA Seminar, 04 January. `Psychological Aspects of War'. Lecture at PMA, Kakul, 22 January. `Language Planning and National Development'. Lecture at Pak German Friendship Forum, 23 January. `Philosophy of War'. Seminar at SDPI, 03 Mar. `Conflict, Biology and Psychology'. Lecture at Department of Defence and StrategicStudies, Quaid-i-Azam University, 13 Mar. `British Language Policies'. Lecture at FG Margalla Girls College, 27 Mar. `Universities of Pakistan'. Pannel discussion at Social Science Forum, 27 Mar. `Development of Languages in Pakistan'. Lecture at Radio Pakistan, 9 Apr. `The Political Aspects of the Poetry of Khurshid Hasan Meer'. Paper read out at Holiday Inn, Islamabad function by Pakistan Forum, 10 Apr. `Talk on Reference in Memory of Dr. Feroze Ahmed', Sind Graduates Association, 11 Apr . `Ethnicity and Language in Pakistan', Lecture, Administrative Staff College, Lahore, 08 May. `Language and Reality: The Difference in construction of Gender by Shakespeare and the Modern West'. International Conference on Shakespeare, Karachi, 14 June. `Talk at Book Launching of Language and Politics in Pakistan by Oxford University Press, Islamabad, 28 May. `The Coming of English to India' video lecture at AIOU Islamabad, 8 July.

92. 93.

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88

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`Pakistani English for teachers of English' Lecture, AIOU Islamabad, 14 July. `Methods of Research' Lecture in the Naval War College, Lahore, 7 August. `The Language of the Gandhara region' Paper read out at the Pak-Japanese seminar on Gandhara, UGC Islamabad, 6 Sep. `The Politics of English' Lecutre, Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute, Topi, 9 Sep. `Speech in Book Launching on Language and Politics in Pakistan by the Fulbright Association' 10 Sep. `Pakistani English the model for English Language Teachers' Lecture, American Centre, 29 Sep. `The Politics of English Language Teaching' Paper read out at English Language Teaching Seminar at Kinnaird College for Women Lahore, 11 Oct. `Remarks as Chair in Asko Parpola's Lecture on Indo-Aryan Migration' QAU Islamabad, 13 Oct. `The Teaching of English in Schools' Lecture and Workshop, City School Teachers Satellite Town Campus, Rawalpindi, 18 Oct. `Research in Pakistani Unviersities' Lecture, Quaid-i-Azam University, Hope Students Organization, 5 Nov. `Language Teaching and Politics in Pakistan', Seminar paper, National Institute of Pakistan Studies Quaid-i-Azam University, 13 Nov. `English, Social class and Liberalism in Pakistan', Lecture in SPELT conference, 16 Nov. `English in India', Lecture in Islamabad Girls College, F/6-2 Islamabad, 26 Nov. `Ethnic politics and Language in Pakistan', Administrative Staff College Course, Lahore, 10 Dec. 1998

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Panelist in Discussion on Sectarianism in Pakistan, SDPI, 02 Feb. `The Place of English in Pakistan', Lecture at Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi, 18 Feb. `Language Policy in Pakistan', Lecture at the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, 19 Feb.

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`Language and Politics in Pakistan', Lecture at the School of Languages, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 20 Feb. `Language Policy and Good Governance', Lecture at Medical Services Academy, Islamabad, 05 Mar. `The English-Urdu Controversy in Pakistan', Lecture at Akhuwwat Academy, Islamabad, 14 Mar. `Census, Language and Ethnicity - The Case of Pakhtunkhwa', Lecture at SDPI, Islamabad, 16 Mar. Participant in Panel Discussion on Bangladesh, High Commission of Bangladesh, 17 Mar. `Comments on the New Education Policy', Lecture and Panel Discussion at QAU (Invited by the student union, Jamiat-e-Tulaba), 25 Mar. `Ethnicity and Threat to Security', participant in a panel discussion for the French National Defence College in Islamabad, 13 Apr. `The Politics of Urdu in India', Lecture and Radio talk at the Institute of Asian Civilizations, QAU, 12 May. Participant in a panel discussion on the Ghori Missile and Nuclear weapons at SDPI, 14 May. Address as Chair in SDPI seminar on Nuclear Weapons and Security, 2 June. `Role of English in Pakistan', Lecture at Jahanzeb Post Graduate College, Saidu Sharif, Swat on 18 June. `The Politics of Sindhi: The Language of Shah Latif', Paper in the Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai Conference at Karachi University on 27 June. `Fifty years of Language Policy in Pakistan', Paper in Peshawar University, Dept. of History, Bara Gali Campus Conference on 26 July. `The Perception of the Quaid-i-Azam about the Bengali Language Movement', Seminar on the Quaid-i-Azam Chair, QAU on 29 July. `The Bengali Language Movement', Talk in a panel discussion at the High Commission of Bangladesh, Islamabad on Sheikh Mujeeb's Birthday on 15 August. `Human Rights, Democratic Development and Language', Paper read on HRCP seminar Islamabad on 28 August.

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`American English and Education Norms: The Case of Webster's Dictionary', Paper, American Studies Conference, Area Study Centre, Quaid-i-Azam University, 9-10 October. `Language Planning', The South Asian Regional Seminar on Language, Literacy and Primary Education, Kinnaird College, Lahore, 22 October. Remarks as Chairman, Indus-Kohistan Cultures of the Karakorum Highway, 16 December. `Language Policies and Power', Lecture, International Islamic University, 21 December. 1999

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131. (1) 132. (2) 133. (3) 134. (4) 135. (5) 136. (6) 137. (7) 138. (8)

`Pakistani Universities: Problems and Prospects', Paper in Seminar by Mashal Books & Oxford University Press, Islamabad, 29 January. `Socio-Politics of English in South Asia', Lecture, Islamabad College for Girls, Islamabad, 23 February. `Education for Peace', International Peace Conference, 26-27 February. Speech on the Occasion of Sheikh Mujeeb ur Rahman's Birthday, Embassy of Bangladesh, Islamabad, 17 March. `Language-teaching and Power', Lecture, Pak-German Friendship Association, Islamabad, 7 April. `Language and Development', Lecture at NGO (H. 13, St. 84, G 6/4, Islamabad), 9 April. `Language-teaching and Power', Lecture, Peshawar University Teachers Association, Peshawar, 14 May. `Language-teaching in the Courses of Pakistan Studies', Paper presented in the Conference on `State and Curriculum of Pakistan Studies', NIPS, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, 08 June. `Language, Nationalism and Politics', Lecture at the US Centre, Islamabad, 6 August. `Language Policy and Education', Lecture at Fauji Foundation College for Boys, Rawalpindi, 26 August. `Language and Ethnic Politics in Pakistan', Lecture at CERI, Paris, 13 September.

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142. (12) 143. (13) 144. (14) 145. (15) 146. (16)

`Language Teaching and Power', Lecture at The University of Aarhus, Denmark, 27 September. `Address as Chief Guest', PAF College of Education, Rawalpindi, 4 November. `Philosophical Foundation of Research', Paper Presented at Conference on Research at Peshawar University, 8 November. `Address as Chief Guest', Margalla College for Women, Islamabad, 17 November. `Remarks in Urdu on Human rights and Islam', Speech at Seminar Organized by SUNGI (NGO), Abbottabad, 28 November. 2000

147. (1) 148. (2) 149. (3) 150. (4) 151. (5) 152. (6) 153. (7) 154. (8) 155. (9) 156. (10) 157. (11) 158. (12)

`Pakistani English', Lecture at Aga Khan University, Karachi, 10 March. `Language Teaching and Power', Lecture at Preston University, Hyderabad, 14 March. `Research and Publication in Pakistan', Talk at Oxford University Press Function at Clifton, Karachi, 15 March. `Book Review of Dr. Naureen Talha's Book on Economic Nationalism', OUP Function at Marriot, Islamabad, 8 April. `Reference on Asif Khan', Talk at The Academy of Letters, Islamabad, 13 April. `The Habit of Reading Books', Talk for Children arranged by The British Council, Islamabad, 24 April. `Psychological and Biological Reasons for War', Lecture at The DSS Department, QAU Islamabad, 3 May. `The Politics of Teaching Sindhi', Paper in Shah Latif Conference at Hyderabad, 21 May. `Language Politics and Security: A Survey', Paper Presented at SDPI Conference on Security, Islamabad, 25 May. `Remarks as Guest of Honour in a poetry session by Harris Khalique', Karachi, 28 June. `English Teaching Institutions', Lecture for SPELT, Islamabad, 28 August. `The Future of The Pakistani University', Lecture at The National Institute of Psychology, QAU Islamabad, 12 September.

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`Identity Constructions and Symbolism: Religious and Linguistic', Lecture at The South Asia Institute, University of Texas at Austin, USA, 5 October. `Ethnic Politics and Language in Pakistan', Lecture at The Center of South Asian Studies, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 9 October. `Language Teaching and Power', Lecture at The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 11 October. `Higher Education in Pakistan', Paper Presented at The South Asia Conference, University of Madison, Wisconsin, 13 October. `Could Language Issues Break Pakistan Apart', Lecture at MIT, Cambridge, 17 October. `Secrecy an Information', Talk arranged by CRCP, Holiday Inn, Islamabad, 27 November. `Language Policy and Power with Reference to Central Asia and Pakistan', Area Study Centre for Central Asia, University of Peshawar, 8 December. 2001

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`The Teaching of English in Pakistan: Prospects and Problems', Paper read out at the International Conference on the Teaching of English, Aga Khan University, Karachi, 17 February. `The Project of Respectability: Sexual Prudery and Changes in Language Teaching in 19th Century India', Irtiqaa Institute, Karachi, 18 February. `The Death of the Public Sector Universities in Pakistan', University of Karachi, 20 February. `The Learning of Punjabi by Punjabi Muslims', Paper read out at the World Punjabi Conference, Lahore, 13 April. `Varieties of English', Lecture at the Fatima Jinnah Womens' University, Rawalpindi, 27 April. `Comments as Author on book launching of Language, Education and Culture, [reviewers: Dr. M. Wasim & Dr. Ijaz Hussain]. Islamabad Social Science Forums, 27 April. `Khwaja Ghulam Farid as a Symbol in the Siraiki Language Movement', Talk in Seminar on Khwaja Ghulam Farid, NIPS, (QAU), 16 May. `Foreign Policy and its Problems with Special reference to Urdu and English Media'. Talk in Seminar on University of Arid Agriculture, Rawalpindi, 18 May.

167. (2) 168. (3) 169. (4) 170. (5) 171. (6)

172. (7) 173. (8)

93

174. (9) 175. (10) 176. (11) 177. (12) 178. (13) 179. (14) 180. (15)

Comments on Ahmed's book on Ethnic Policies in Pakistan, Social Science Forum, Islamabad, 29 June. `Ethnic Politics in Pakistan', Talk in a Seminar organized by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, Karachi, 27 July. `Books on 1971', Talk at the High Commission of Bangladesh, Islamabad, 15 August. `Politics of English-Language Teaching', SPELT Lecture, Islamabad, 17 August. `War, Violence and Society', Lecture, Social Science Forum, Islamabad, 28 September. `School Education in Pakistan', Lecture in National Defence College, Islamabad, 9 October. `The Policies of Language, Ideology and Power in Pakistan', Seminar Paper read out by Dr. Verma in my place at the South Asian Linguistic Analyst Conference at the University of Kanstanz, Germany, 11 Oct 2001. `English: The Language of Power, Keynote Address, SPELT Conference, Karachi, 12 October. `Comments on Fouzia Saeed's book Taboo (on Prostitution), Social Science Forum, Islamabad, 26 October. `Language Policy in Pakistan', Lecture, Azad Jammu & Kashmir University, Muzaffarabad, 17 November. `Language-Learning and Power in Pakistan', Paper read out on 18 April in World Conference on Language Policies, 16-21 April 2002, Barcelona, Spain. 2002

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185. (1) 186. (2) 187. (3) 188. (4) 189. (5)

Lecture on `The Philosophy of Scientific Research', Army Medical College Rawalpindi, One-Day Seminar on Research Methodology 07 January `Language as Social Capital!' SPDC conference. Karachi 12 January. `Language learning Among the Muslims of South Asia!', Lecture at Asia Study Group, Islamabad.'. 31 January. `American Language Practices, American Identity and Power', American Studies Conference, Asia Studies Centre, QAU, Islamabad. 20 March. `LP for peace: Glossary of Offensive Language', SAEF Seminar, Karachi Seminar Paper, 07 April.

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`Language Teaching and Power in Pakistan', Paper in World Language Congress, Barcelona, Spain. 18 April. Reviews of my books Language, Ideology and Power (2002). Tahir Amin and Ayesha Agha. Introduction by self, 26 April. `Language-Teaching, Power and Ideology! `, Seminar at SDPI, 29 April. `Quaid's Vision', Seminar by NIPS- Talk,. 7 May. `Lecture on Pronunciation in English', PAF College of Education, 11 June. `Dangers to the Pakistani University' Education Forum, Lahore' 03 July. `Higher Education in Pakistan', TV programme compered by Naeem Bakhari (Recorded). 09 July. Coordinator of Session on Experience of Democracy in Other Countries, PILDAT, 23 July. Coordinator of Seminar on `Blasphemy Laws in Pakistan', SDPI, 12 August. `Technology, Higher Education and Culture', Lecture, Social Science Forum Islamabad. 16 August. `Background and Themes of Pakistani Literature in English', Pakistan Academy of Letters, Talk, 30 August. `Images of the `Other' in Pakistani Text books', IUCN Islamabad office, lecture, 05 September. `Pakistani English: Pedagogical Model', lecture for SPELT at AIOU 14 September. `Research and Higher Education in Pakistan', Conference paper, Balochistan University, Quetta. 23 September. `Education and Development in Pakistan', Omar Asghar Khan Memorial Lecture 24 September. `Education and Socio-Economic Class in Pakistan', lecture at PILE Karachi 28 September. `Book Review on Hamza Alavi's book', Karachi 28 September. `Images of the "Other" in Pakistani Text books', Library of Congress Conference, Washington DC, 25 October.

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`Education, Iosequality and the Potential for Conflict in Pakistan', Lecture at the National College of Arts, 14 November. `New Civil-Military Democratic Relations: What Next?', Talk as Panelist, 11-12 December. `Promoting Values of peace in the Age of Media Abundance' 31 December. 2003

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`Islamic Texts in the Indigenous Languages of Pakistan', Lecture, Aga Khan University, Karachi 16 Jan 2003. `Language, Power and Violence', Paper Presented in the SIMORGH Conference on Language and Power, Lahore 17 Jan 2003. `Speech at the Launching of My Book: Language, Ideology and Power' 24 Jan 2003. `Research Methods for Investigative Research' National Accountability Bureau's Police Academy SIHALA 08 February 2003. `Oral Tradition of the Punjab `Lecture, Asia Study Group' Islamabad 17 February 2003. `Linguistic Challenges and Issues in the Era of Globalization' Conference of Globalization and Linguistic Imperialism, Institute for Development Studies and Practices, Quetta, 24 February 2003. `The Potential for Communal Violence: The Findings of a Survey on Pakistani School Students' Area Studies Centre Conference, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad 04 Mar 2003. `A Comparative Survey of Schools and Madrassa', Lecture, 05 April, Conference 2003, Issues on Education, Kinnaird College, Lahore. `Language Planning', Workshop, 06 April, Kinnaird College Lahore. `Sufism and Literature in Punjabi'. Conference Paper, Two-Day Conference on Sufism by the World Punjabi Conference, 06 April, Lahore. `Denizens of Alien Worlds: Three Streams of Schooling in Pakistan', 13 April, Pakistan Conference, Columbia University, New York. `Sindhi Language Teaching and the Formation of Sindhi Identity', 26 April, The role of Sindhi and other Languages Conference, Sindhi Language Authority, Hyderabad, Sindh.

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`Alien Ideologies: A Survey of the World View of Pakistani Students', Pattan Workshop, 30 April, Islamabad. `Globalization and the Future of the World', Lecture, 7 May, Army Intelligence School, Murree. `Three Streams of Education and Polarization in Pakistani Society: The Results of a Survey', Islamabad Policy Research Institute Conference, 18 June, Islamabad. `Problems of Pakistani Researchers A Personal Experience', Seminar on research methodology, 23 June, Peshawar University Bara Gali Campus. `Introduction to Pakistan', Lecture to foreign volunteers helping in Pakistan, 27 June Ambassador Hotel, Islamabad. `Academic Audit: Proposals for Creating Better University Faculty', Conference, 25 July, Peshawar University Bara Gali Campus. `Pakistan's Linguistic Policy and its Implications', Dinner Talk to Deputy Head of Missions, 27 July, Islamabad. `Remarks as Chair on Pakistani English', during Dr. Mehboob Ahmer's lecture. 5 August, Islamabad. `Tolerance and Language Policies in Pakistan', 16 August, Liberal Forum Islamabad. `Book Review on Raja Tridiv Ray's Biography's book Launching', 12 August, Islamabad. `The Political Consequence of Language Policies: Focus on Pakistan', Conference, 16 August, Aga Khan University Karachi. `Linguistics in Pakistan', Paper, Council of Social Sciences, Islamabad 27 August. `Language Policy of Pakistan: Political Consequences', Lecture, 9 September, Boys Fauji Foundation College. `Denizens of Alien Worlds' Cultural Forum, Lecture, 19 September, Islamabad. `Language Policy in Pakistan', 2 October, Radio Pakistan Academy Islamabad. `History of Education Among South Asian Muslims: The Political and Economic Dimension', Lecture, 10 October, Edward College Peshawar. `Language Policy Among the Muslims of South Asia', Lecture, 14 October, T&T

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97 Public School Haripur. 240. (30) 241. (31) 242. (32) 243. (33) `The Effects of Fundamentalism on Literature and the Duty of Writers', IndiaPakistan literary forum by Kishwar Naheed, 21 October, Islamabad. `Pluralism in Muslim Societies: The Case of Pakistan', Lecture, 25 October, Aga Khan University Karachi. `Education in Pakistan', Lecture to workers group from Australia, 4 November. `Multilingualism and Language Vitality in Pakistan'. In First Conference on Language Development, Language Revitalization and Multilingual Education', Conference, 6 November, Bangkok. `Safeguarding the Linguistic Heritage', UNESCO Conference on Cultural Policy of Pakistan, `Remarks as Chair of Panel on Education and Identity. 11 December. `Research Techniques for Investigation', National Accountability Bureau, Islamabad, 30 December. 2004 246. (1) `Language Policy and Localization in Pakistan: proposal for a Paradigmatic Shift'. Paper read out in SCALLA 2004 Working Conference on Crossing the Digital Divide, 5-7 January 2004, Kathmandu, Nepal. `Images of the Other' Islamabad Liberal Forum 05 Mar 2004. Remarks as Chief Guest on Short Stories of Sohayl Sa'adi ­ Academy of Letters, 09 March 2004. `Media and Freedom of Expression' Speech in the press in Urdu 16 Mar 2005 Remarks as a Chief Guest, School Function, Adil's School. 21 Mar 2004. `Language Policy and Governance in Pakistan', International Punjabi Conference, Dipalpur, April 2004. Tribute to Edward Said 29 Apr 2004. IDSP Conference in Quetta. Remarks on IDSP Graduating Ceremony, 30 Apr 2004. `Images of the Other' in Textbooks of Pakistan's Foundation University Coll of Education, 22 Jun 2004. SPO Conference `on Understanding Pakistan' remarks as Chair 28 June 2004.

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Academy of Letters, reference Zamir Niazi, 29 June 2004. Lecture on Education `HRCP, 16 July 2004. Lecture on `Education in Pakistan' to Australians 27 Aug 2004. Book Launching of Hussain Ahmad's book on Siraki Movement 10 Sept 2004. Book Launching of Eqbal Ahmed's book (OUP) Speech. 17 Sept 2004. Remarks as Chief Guest at Fauji Foundation Girls College in Declamation Contest. 17 Sept 2004. `Language Policy and Education in Pakistan ` Inaugural lecture, 17 November 2004, for the Quaid-i-Azam Chair on Pakistan Studies, Center of South Asia Studies, University of California, Berkeley. 2005

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`The Impact of European Language in Former Colonial Territories: The Case of English in Pakistan', Keynote Address, Language Communities or Cultural Empires? The Impact of European Studies, University California Berkeley, 09 Feb 2005. Remarks as Chair in the panel `Who is a Muslim'. 20th South Asia Conference, University of California Berkeley, 12 Feb 2005. `Language Policy, Multilingualism and Language Vitality in Pakistan'. SACPAN 2005 Conference, University of Washington, Seattle, 26 February 2005. `Reasons for Rage: Reflections on the Education System of Pakistan with Reference to its Potential for Violence and the Role of English', Education in Pakistan Conference, Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington D. C. 15 Feb 2005. `Madrassas and Violence in Pakistan', Islamic Education in South Asia Conference, University of Erfurt, Germany, 22 May 2005. Review of Sabiha Mansoor's book on Language Planning in Higher Education, Aga Khan University Auditorium, Karachi. 15 Jul 2005. `English in Pakistan: Two Scenarios', International Conference on English at the Aga Khan University Karachi, 16 Jul 2005. `Madrassas and Violence in the World', Social Science Forum Islamabad, 28 Jul 2005.

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`Remarks on the Book Launching of My Book Denizens of Alien Worlds at Islamabad Club by Educacy Foundation and Asia Study Group, 02 October 2005. `Legal Rules on Education with respect to private schools', conference on Education as the Basis for Freedom and Democracy, Liberal Forum Pakistan, Nov 8, 2005. `Privatization of Education in Pakistan: Globalization and Internal Policies', National Conference on State of Education under Globalization, and Internal Policies', National Conference on State of Education under Globalization, Islamabad, 10 Nov 2005 [Action Aid]. `Language and Politics in Pakistan', National College of Arts, Lahore 17 Nov 2005. `Language and Ethnic Politics in Pakistan', Lahore University of Management Sciences, 17 Nov 2005. `Language and Politics: Hope or Danger?', Lahore School of Economics, Liberty Campus, 18 Nov 2005. `The Stealing of the Language of Compassion', Seminar on Role of Media in Democracy and Electoral Processes, Islamabad. Centre for Civic Education, Pakistan, 30 Nov 2005. `The Military and Politics in Pakistan', Lecture to Margalla Study Group [retired senior bureaucrats and military officers], Islamabad, 03 Dec 2005. `Language Policy and Language Vitality in Pakistan', 8th Sustainable Development Conference (SDPI), 7 December 05, Islamabad. `The Balochi Language Movement and Ethnicity', Chair on Quaid-i-Azam, National Institute of Pakistan Study (Quaid-i-Azam University), 14 Dec 2005, Islamabad.

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2006

281. (1) 282. (2) 283. (3) `Language in the History of the Punjab', 07 Jan 2006 International History Conference GC University Lahore. Remarks as Chair `The Social Consequences of the Earthquake', 16 Jan 2006, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Islamabad. `The Politics of Text-Book Writing', Panelist, Jawaherlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, 05 Feb 2006.

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`Language Policy in South Asian History', International Conference on History and Civilization of the Muslim World, 28 February, 2006. Depts of History and Pakistan Study Centre, University f the Punjab, Lahore. `Globalization and the Language of Children', International Conference on Rediscovering Childhood; Sindh Educational Foundation, 5th April 2006, Karachi. `Education Reforms for Schools', Pakistan Coalition for Education, 26 April 2006, Islamabad. `Historiography for School Children: launching of Dr. Mubarak Ali's Books', Action Aid, Pakistan, 27 Apr 2006, Islamabad. `Role of Languages in Socio-Economic Development', Sindh Graduate Association, 07 May 2006 Islamabad chapter, Islamabad. `Book Review on Tahir Yusuf Hashm's book of poetry', Academy of Letters, 18 May 2006, Islamabad. `Themes of Pakistani Literature English Dept, International Islamic University, Girls Campus, Islamabad 20 May 2006. `Quality in Education', National Workshop on Education System in Pakistan and the 21st Century June 12-14 2006, Peshawar. `Language Policy and Politics', Lecture, Foundation University, College of Education, 21 June 2006, Rawalpindi. `Language Policy and National Integration', Administrative Staff College, Lahore, 07 Aug 2006. Precentation, Pakistan

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`Future Perspectives and Problems: Introductory Address', 13 Aug 2006, SPO, Islamabad. `Evaluating Academics in Public Sector Universities', Paper, National Conference on the Teaching of the Social Sciences, University of Karachi, 16 Sept 2006. `Remarks as Chair [in a Session]', Regional Conference on Freedom of Information Regime: Making the Right to Information a Reality, Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives. (CPDI), Islamabad, 20 Sep 2006. `Remarks as Chair', Book Launching ceremony of Afzal Shauq's Pashto poems translated in English by Alley Boling as Twist of Fates, Academy of Letters, Islamabad, 21 Sept 2006.

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298. (18) 299. (19) 300. (20) 301. (21) 302. (22) 303. (23) 304. (24) 305. (25) 306. (26) 307. (27)

`Dissemination of Islamic Ideas and Worldview of Pakistanis', Christian Study Centre, Lecture, 02 Oct, Rawlapindi. `Book Review on Nazish Brohi's book The MMA Offensive (2006) in Book Launch', Actionaid, Islamabad, 05 Oct 2006. `The Historiography of Urdu and Identity' Paper. Historiography in the Subcontinent Conference, 01 Nov 2006, University of Karachi. `In the Line of Fire: Militancy and Politics in Pakistan', Rotary Club (Islamabad Chapter), Talk, 16 Nov 2006. `Language Policy and It's Political Social and Educational Consequences', Lahore School of Economics, Lahore, 6 Nov 2006. `Language and Federalism', Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, 07 Dec 2006. `Book Review of Religious Revivalism in South Asia', SAPNA Book' (ed) Imtiaz Alam, 08 Dec 2006. `Power and Language Politics in Pakistan', Lecture, Area Studies Center, Quaidi-Azam University, 14 Dec 2006. `Overview of Education Policies in Pakistan', Educacy NGO, Islamabad, 12 December. `Language Politics in Pakistan', Riphah University, Rawalpindi, 21 Dec.

2007

308. (1) `Engaging with East Pakistan-Bangladesh 1971: Building a field of Scholarship and Dialogue'. Reading out of own short story `Bingo' and reminiscences about 1971 as Chair of the Session on creative Responses to 1971, SDPI, Islamabad, 05 January 2007. American Institute of Pakistan Studies and QAU Seminar on Isamic Identities, Gender and Higher Education. Paper on, Language Gender Identity and the Pakistani State' Islamabad 14 January 2007. `Language, Pakistani Culture and Identity', Pakistan Administrative Staff College, Lahore, 07 Feb 2007. `Language of Pakistan and Islam', International Conference on Religion, Politics and Society in South Asia, 19 Feb 2007, University of the Punjab, Pakistan Study Centre and Dept of History, University of the Punjab, Lahore.

309. (2)

310. (3) 311. (4)

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`The Historigraphy of Urdu: Political Issues', 23 Feb 2007, University of Gujrat. `Imperatives of Identity in the Historiography of Urdu', Bridging the Distances: Urdu Across Border, International Conference, 5-7 March 2007, Dept of Urdu, University of Mumbai, India. `Edusation in Changing Environment; Issues and Solutions', National Seminar on Pakistan and the Changing Sunario: Regional and Global. Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI), Islamabad, 27 March 2007. `Review of the Autobiography of Annemarie Schimmel translated by Karin Mittman; Philosphical and Cultural Forum, Islamabad 04 May 2007. `Review of Dr. Mubarak Ali's Books on History for Children'. Actionaid, Islamabad, 07 May 2007. `English Language Policies in Asian Countries', International ELT Conference, Aga Khan University, English Language Centre, 07 June 2007, Karachi `Zamir Niazi Lecture on the Press and Our Freedoms', Human Rights Organization of Pakistan, 11 June 2007, Karachi. `The Events of 1857 in Contemporary Urdu Writings', Peshawar University Dept of History, Bara Gali Campus, 18 Aug 2007. `Improvement in Social Science Teaching in Pakistani Universities', Faculty of Arts, Karachi University Conference, Sept 5, 2007. `Language Policy in Pakistan', Administrative Staff College, Lahore. 17 Nov 2007 `The Sindhi Language Movement and Ethnic Politics in Pakistan', Maison de e'Asie, Paris, 26 Nov 2007. `Educational Policy, Inequality and the Potential Violence in Pakistan', Fondation Maison dessciences de L'Homme, Paris. 28 Nov 2007. `Madrassas and the Potential for Violence in Pakistan', Centre d' Dtudes et de Recherches Internationales. 30 Nov 2007. `Madrassas and the Potential for Violence in Pakistan' Third Annual LUMS Social Sciences Conference, 16 Dec 2007.

314. (7)

315. (8) 316. (9) 317. (10) 318. (11) 319. (12) 320. (13) 321. (14) 322. (15) 323. (16) 324. (17) 325. (18)

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326. (1) `Ideological Imperatives in Urdu Linguistics: A Study of Insha and Shirani', International Conference on South Asian Linguistics, Aligarh Muslim University, 06 Jan 2008. `Language and Politics in Pakistan', Seminar paper, University of Delhi, Dept. of Linguistics, 15 Jan 2008. Remarks on `Language, Ideology and Power', on the launching of the book by Orient Longmans, Publishers. Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi, 16 Jan 2008. `1857 in contemporary Urdu writings', Seminar paper, University of Delhi, Dept. of Linguistics, 18 Jan 2008. `Expectations from the Parliament', Keynote Address to Members of Parliament, DSPD (UNDP) and National Assembly Secretariat, 18 March. `Language, Politics and Class in Pakistan', Lecture, School of Public Policy, Lahore, 26 March. `Pakistan at this Juncture', Panelist, English Speaking Union, Islamabad 28 March 2008. `Psychological Causes of War', Lecture, Dept of DSS, QAU, 02 Apr 2008. `The Events of 1857 in Contemporary Urdu Writings', University of Gujrat Conference, 06 April 08. `Medium of Instruction for Schooling `Panelist, SDPI Discusssion, 07 April 08. `An Introduction to Academic Life in Pakistan', Lecture Course, HEC, 09 Apr 08. `Education and Inequality in Pakistan', SDPI Training of NGO Participants, 10 Apr 08. `Language-Teaching and Power: A Theoretical Perspective', 5th Annual Fulbright Alumni Conference, 27 April, Islamabad. `The Events of 1857 in Contemporary Urdu Writings', Seminar, NIPS, QAU, 30 April, Islamabad. `Research Methodology: An Introduction', Dept of English Language and Literature, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Management and Technology, 10 May, Lahore. `Research Methodology: Basic Research Methods', HEC, 23-25 June, Islamabad.

327. (2) 328. (3) 329. (4) 330. (5) 331. (6) 332. (7) 333. (8) 334. (9) 335. (10) 336. (11) 337. (12) 338. (13) 339. (14) 340. (15)

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`The Colonization of Accent and Identity in the Call Centres of Pakistan Social Science Forum, 27 June, Islamabad. `Pakistan's Language Policy'. Plenary Presentation. 2nd International Conference on Language Development, Language Revitalization and Multilingual Education in Ethnolinguistic Communities, Bangkok, 02 July 2008. `Modern Warfare: a man-made Phenomenon? Lecture in the Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Islamabad, 30 July 2008. `Language Policy and Ethnic Politics in Pakistan', 10 Sept 2008, School of Public Policy, Admin Staff College, Lahore. `Language Politics in Pakistan', 08 October 2008, Seminar, National Institute of pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. `The Media and Violence' Remarks in the National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. Panel Discussion on International Conference on Terrorism and Extremism: Social and Psychological Perspectives. 15-17 Oct 2008, Islamabad. `Creativity in Life', Lahore School of Economics, 17 Nov 2008; Lahore. Defining Radicalization in Pakistan', Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies, 27 Nov Islamabad. `Pakistan's Educational and Political Policy', SPO Talk to students and young workers, 30 Nov 2008, Islamabad. Remarks as Chairman on `Religious Minorities of Pakistan', SDPI Annual Conference, 01 Dec 2008, Islamabad. `Promoting Communal Harmony', Talk at SAFMA, Centre, 06 Dec 2008, Islamabad. `Remarks as Chairman of the Session on `Pakistan: Alternatives Futures', conference on the Future Prospects of Pakistan, Chair on Quaid-i-Azam 24 Dec 2008, Islamabad. 2009

344. (19) 345. (20) 346. (21) 347. (22)

348. (23) 349. (24) 350. (25) 351. (26) 352. (27) 353. (28)

354. (1) 355. (2) 356. (3)

`The year of languages the United Nations', Remarks as Discussant on the lecture of Dr. Noman ul Haq, 20 Jan 2009, SDPI, Islamabad. Remarks as Chief Guest, on English Debate. FG Model College for Girls F7/4, 22 Jan 2009, Islamabad. `Policy Mistakes in Pakistan' Lecture, Pakistan Study Centre, University of

105 Karachi, 19 Feb 2009, Karachi.

106 3.4 Courses Taught and Lectures to Students/Supervision of Research A. Regular Courses taught at various universities and other institution. The level is masters unless otherwise indicated.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

The English Novel (One term at the University of Sheffield, England and Dept. of English, University of Peshawar). History of the English Language (Dept. of English University of Peshawar). Literary Appreciation/Stylistics (Dept. of English University of Peshawar). Introduction to Linguistics (University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Muzaffarabad and NIPS QAU). The Methodology of Research (including the Philosophy of Science). Almost every year at the M.Phil level at Quaid-i-Azam University since 1990 (Dept. of Defence and Strategic Studies; Dept. of IR; Dept. of MBA and NIPS QAU; Aga Khan University etc. Language planning and language problems in Pakistan (i.e politics of Pakistan as related to languages) (NIPS QAU). Pakistani Literature (NIPS QAU ­ M. Phil). Pakistani Languages and Dialects (NIPS QAU ­ M.Phil/M.Sc). Anthropological Linguistics (Dept. of Anthropology QAU). The Politics of South Asia (Dept. of International Relations QAU). Language and Politics in Pakistan, Graduate Course at the University of California, Berkeley (January to May 2005).

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

107 3.5 1. 2. 3. 4. Supervision of Research Doctoral Naureen Talha, `Economic Factors in the Making of Pakistan', Ph. D Thesis, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. 1985. Sabiha Mansoor, `The Role of English in Higher Education in Pakistan', Ph. D University of Reading, U.K, 2002 [As co-supervisor in Pakistan].

Lubna Ali, `Foreign Policy of A Post-Revolutionary State: A Case Study of Iran, 19792002', QAU, 2003. 3.5.1 M. Phil 1 Ijlal Hussain Shah, `The Pragmatics of Formality and Politeness in Burushaski and Shia', M. Phil, QAU, 1994. 2 3 Sajid Awan, `Divergent Attitudes and Fertility Trends in Pakistan', M. Phil, QAU, 1997. Azmat Ullah Raja, `Hamood-Ur-Rehman Commission Report: An Analysis', M. Phil, QAU, 2003. 3.5.2 M.Sc 1 Mariam Durrani, `Impact of Modernization on Hindko', M.Sc Anthropology, QAU, 1995. 2 3 Najia Hyder, `Language as a Means of Influencing Power', M.Sc Anthropology, QAU, 1995. Yaqub ul Hasan, `Azad Kashmir Mein Kashmiri Zaban ke Masail aur us ka Mustaqlil' [Urud: The Problems and Prospects of Kashmiri in Azad Kashmir] M.Sc, Allama Iqbal Open University, 1991.

108 3.6 Irregular Lectures/Workshops of Students 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. `Vocabulary Skills: Workshop', Allama Iqbal Open University, (September1985). `Phonemic Transcription: Workshop', Allama Iqbal Open University at Sind University, Jomshoro (December 1985). `Language Skills: Lecture', Provincial Service Academy Peshawar University (June 1986). `Phonetics: Workshop', Provincial Service Academy, Peshawar (May 1986). `Public Speaking'. Lecturers of Peshawar University (1986-87 in term time). `Literature in Pakistan', Lecture and Workshop, National Academy of Higher Education, Islamabad [Diploma Course for Lecturers], (12 April 1990). Methodology of Research to M.Sc Students of Defence and Strategic Studies and M.P.A. of Quaid- e-Azam University as Guest Professor. `Anthropological Linguistics', Anthropology Department. Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad (semester time after 1991). Phonetics for Spoken English' Series of Lectures for officers of the INFORMATION ACADEMY, Islamabad (October 1992).

10. `Introduction to Linguistics', M.Phil course at the University of Peshawar as Visiting Professor, Sept-Dec 1993. 11. `The Philosophy of Science and Research Methodology' Joint Services Staff College, Rawalpindi (9 & 12 September 1993, 1994, 6 October 1996. 12. `Introduction to Linguistics' -- 6 lectures to officers of Kakul (16-18 Oct 1993). the Pakistan Military Academy,

13. `Phonetics', Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad. Lecture to Dip TEFL Students, 5 Jan 1994. 14. `Research Methods', Diploma in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, UGC, Islamabad 14-15 August 1995, `Varieties of English', and `Stylistics' to the same course at UGC Centre Karachi, 27 September, 03 October 1996. 15. Report Writing (3 days course) offered at SDPI, Islamabad, 25-27 October 1998 and 2527 May 1999 [Both courses are for middle level management personnel in governmental and non-governmental institutions]. 16. Research Methods (2 week course) offered at Aga Khan University, 16-30 June, 2000. 17. Report Writing (3 days course) offered to Oil and Gas Development Corporation, Islamabad, 13-15 November, 2000; SDPI; SHARP; Northern Areas etc. 18. Research Methods for Social Research, (5-day course) offered to NGORC, Aga Khan Foundation, Karachi, 15-19 December 2003. 19. `Pakistani English' LP Wksp Government College, Asghar Mall Rawalpindi. 04 Mar 2004.

109 20. `The Dissemination of Islamic Ideas and the Worldview of Pakistanis: Focus on Traditional and other Texts' Lecture to Christian Study Group, Murree Road Rawalpindi, 03 October 2005. 21. `Research Methods', Foreign Service Academy, 11 Nov 2008, Islamabad. 22. `Research Methods', Arranged by SDPI for Govt. officers, 19 and 20 Nov 2008, Islamabad.

110 3.7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Academic and Miscellaneous Distinctions/Honours/Public Service Merit scholarship in matriculation. Distinction in English in B. A (Peshawar University, 1969). Gold medal awarded in M. A (Political Science, 1975, Punjab University). Gold medal awarded in M. A (Political Science, 1978, Peshawar University). Bursary awarded for research visit to the University of Texas at Austin in 1983. British Council scholarship awarded in 1980, 1982 and 1989 (this last under ODA) for studies in British Universities. Distinction in thesis of M. Litt in Linguistics at the University of Strathclyde. [This university does not formally grade M. Litt degrees but the thesis was considered distinguished by the examiners as confirmed in a letter issued by the department]. Member of the Central Board of Film Censorship, Islamabad, Pakistan (1994 -). Life member of the English Speaking Union, Pakistan. Member of several academic bodies of Pakistani universities and committees. Granted a Fulbright post-doctoral fellowship for 9 months beginning August 1995 to visit the University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A. Pitras Bokhari Award of the Academy of letters, Pakistan, for Language and Politics in Pakistan as the best research work in English in 1996. National Book Foundation prize for outstanding research work in the social sciences for Language and Politics in Pakistan in 1999. Visiting Professorship at the University of Arahus, Denmark in 1999. Guest Speaker at American Universities as an invitee of the American Institute of Pakistan Studies in October 2000. Visiting professor at the University of Castellon, Spain in 2002. HEC Distinguished National Professor, January 2004 (Title for life and Rs. 75,000 for two years in addition to salary). Pride of Performance (Presidential award for research), March 2005. Pakistan Chair at the University of California, Berkeley, 2004-2005.

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

111 3.8 CITATION OF MY WORK

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1. [Book] Language and Politics in Pakistan T. Rahman- 1996 Oxford University Press. Cited by 40. 2. [CITATION] Language and Politics in Pakistan Karachi T. Rahman- 1996- Oxford University Press. Cited by 1. 3. [Book] Language, Ideology and Power: Language Learning Among the Muslims of Pakistan and North India T. Rahman- 2002 Oxford University Press. Cited by 22. 4. [BOOK] The University in Transformation: Global Perspectives on the Futures of the University ­ all 2 versions S Inayatullah, J Gidley ­ 2000 ­ books.google.com Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data The university in transformation: global perspectives on the futures of the university/edited by Shoail Inayatullah and Jennifer Gidley. p. cm. Includes bibliographical... Cited by 20. 5. [Book] Language, Education, and Culture T. Rahman- 1999 Oxford University Press Karachi. Cited by 13. 6. [BOOK] Denizens of Alien Worlds: A Study of Education, Inequality and Polarization in Pakistan T. Rahman ­ 004 Oxford University Press. Cited by 11. 7. British Language Policies and Imperialism in India. ­ all 2 versions T. Rahman ­ Language Problems and Language Planning, 1996 ­ eric.ed.gov ...Result Details. Full-Text Availability Options: Not available from ERIC. Click on any of the links below to perform a new search. ERIC #. EJ534232. Title: British Language Policies and Imperialism in India. Authors: Rahman, Tariq... Cited by 6. 8. [CITATION] The Madrassa and the State of Pakistan: Religion, Poverty and the Potential for Violence in Pakistan T. Rahman- Himal South Asian. February, 2004. Cited by 5. 9. [PDF] Language Policy and Localization in Pakistan: Proposal for a Paradigmatic Shift ­ all 5 versions T. Rahman - computing.open.ac.uk This paper examines the present language policy of Pakistan and its consequences for the indigenous languages of the country. It then relates this to efforts at localization---creating computer sofetware in the languages of the... Cited by 4. 10. Language Teaching and Power in Pakistan T. Rahman- Pakistani Languages and

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Society: problems and prospects, 2003 ­ ethnologue.com Rahman, Tariq. 2003. "Language-teaching and power in Pakistan." In Joan LG Baart and Ghulam Hyder Sindhi (eds.), Pakistani languages and society: problems and prospects, 1-18. Islamabad and Horsleys Green: National Institute of ... Cited by 3. 11. [Book] Pakistani English: The Linguistic Description of a Non-native Variety of English T. Rahman- National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University. Cited by 3. 12. [BOOK] Linguistic Structure and Language Dynamics in South Asia: Papers from the Proceedings of SALA XVIII... A Abbi, RS Gupta, A Kidwai ­ 2001 ­ books.google.com The Eighteenth Round Table of South Asian Language Analysis (SALA) was organized by the Centre of Linguistics and English, School of Languages, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi (India), Janurary 4-6, 1997. The confer ­ ence was... Cited by 3. 13. [CITATION] Politics in the Novels of Salman Rushdie T. Rahman ­ The Novels of Sushide. Cited by 3. 14. Transforming the colonial legacy The future of the Pakistani University-all 2 versions T. Rahman-Futures, 1998-Elsevier The universities of Pakistan were established by the colonial British government in 1858 so as to produce educated Indians to serve in the expanding bureaucracy. As government and security were the major concerns of the colonial... Cited by 2. 15. Pakistan between Allah and Army ­ all versions F Shaikh ­ International Affairs (Royal Institute of International..., 2000 ­ JSTOR... by Iftikhar H. Malik. Basingstoke: Macmillan. 1999. 360 pp. Index. 47.50 ISBN 0 333 71834 8. Language and Politics in Pakistan. By Tariq Rahman. Oxford University Press. 1998. 2nd edn. 319 pp. Index. Pb.: I0.000... Cited by 2. 16. Language-Learning and Power: a theoretical approach T. Rahman ­ International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2001 ­ Walter de Gruyter This article calls languagelearning the demand for a language in a certain social situation, while teaching refers to its supply. Both learning and teaching policies and strategies, whether of individuals, groups, or... Cited by 2. 17. [CITATION] Pakistani Universities: Past, Present and Future T. Rahman- Inayatullah, Sohail, 2000. Cited by 2. 18. EPHEBOPHILIA: THE CASE FOR THE USE OF A NEW WORD ­ all 2 versions T. Rahman- Forum for Modern Language Studies, 2002 ­ Univ St Andrews The term "homosexuality" is a modern expression denoting indiscrimi- nately all forms of erotic relationships between males. This would not in itself be objectionable if it did not give rise to confusion and, at times, gross...

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Cited by 2. 19. Language and Ethnicity in Pakistan T. Rahman ­ Asian Survey, 1997- JSTOR 834 ASIAN SURVEY, VOL. XXXVII, NO 9, SEPTEMBER 1997 be different form that of others. They may see one as a Pakistani, whereas one thinks of oneself as an Indian, Bangladeshi, or Asian. They may see one as colored or black, ... Cited by 2. 20. [PDF] The Medium of Instruction Controversy in Pakistan ­ all 6 versions T. Rahman ­ Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 1997 ­ channelviewpublications.net Tariq Rahman National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan... Pakistan has five major indigenous languages--Punjabi, Pashto, Sindhi, Siraiki and Baluchi--while the national... Cited by 2. 21. [PDF] The Teaching of Urdu in British India T. Rahman Annual of Urdu Studies, 2000minds Wisconsin. Edu A: Urdu, the national language of Pakistan, was promoted through teaching as well as other means by the British in India. They first started teaching it formally to their officers to enable them to understand... Cited by 1. 22. Linguistic Deviation as a Stylistic Device in Pakistani English Fiction T. Rahman- The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1990- jcl.sagepub.com. Cited by 1. 23. [Book] Unpleasant Essays: Education and Politics in Pakistan T. Rahman- 2000Vanguard. Cited by 1. 24. [Book] A History of Pakistani Literature in English T. Rahman- 1991- Vanguard. Cited by 1 25. [Book] Language and Education: Selected Documents (1780-2003) T. Rahman-2004Chair on Quaid-i-Azam & Freedom Movement National Institute of... Cited by 1. 26. [CITATION] Linguistics in Pakistan T. Rahman-Pakistan Journal of History and Culture, 1997. Cited by 1. 27. [CITATION] The Phonetic and Phonological Features of Pakistani English T. RahmanWorld Englishes, 1991. Cited by 1. 28. [CITATION] The Language of the Salariat T. Rahman- 2002- The Post- Colonial State and Social Transformation in India and ... Cited by 1. 29. The Siraiki Movement in Pakistan. ­ all 2 versions T. Rahman- Language Problems and Language Planning, 1995 ­ eric.ed.gov...Result Details, full-Text Availability Options: Not available from ERIC. Clik on any of the links below to perform a new search. ERIC #:

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EJ503207. Title: The Siraiki Movement in Pakistan. Authors: Rahman, Tariq... Cited by 1. 30. THE ALIENATED PROPHET: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EDWARD CARPENTER'S PSYCHE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIS...-all 8 versions T. Rahman- forum for Modern Language Studies, 2003- Univ St Andrews Lecturing on Edward Carpenter in 1970 his namesake said: "It is probably true to say that the name of Edward Carpenter so far as it concerns the mass of our contemporaries, is forgotten. 1 and yet in his own lifetime he won an... Cited by 1. 31. [CITATION] Madrassas: Religion, poverty, and the violence in Pakistan T. RahmanIslamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) Journal ISSN 1684. Cited by 1. 32. [CITATION] The Balochi/Brahvi Language Movements in Pakistan T. Rahman- Journal of South Asian and Middle East Studies, 1996. Cited by 1. 33. Denizens of alien worlds: a survey of students and teachers at Pakistan's Urdu and English Language-...-all 3 versions T. Rahman- Contemporary South Asia, 2004 ­ ingentaconnect.com ABSTRACT This Research Note surveys the major types of schools in Pakistan. These are Urdu language-medium schools, madrassas (Islamic seminaries) and elite English language- medium schools (both cadet colleges and private... Cited by 1. 34. The Pashto language and identity-formation in Pakistan T. Rahman- Contemporary South Asia, 1995- informaworld.com Pashto, a language belonging to the Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family, has more than 25 million native speakers. Of these, 16 to 17 million live in Pakistan and 8 to 9 million in Afghanistan Cited by 1. 35. [PDF] English-Teaching Institutions in Pakistan- all 6 versions T. Rahman- Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 2001- 62. 189.20.10 English is taught as a subject and is the medium of instruction in elitist schools in Pakistan. It is commonly called a second language but it is almost a first language for a very few, highly Anglicised Pakistanis; a second... Cited by 1. 36. A Study of the Under-plot in EM Forster's Where Angels Fear to Tread T Rahman ­ Studies in English literature, 1988 ­ ci.nii.ac.jp ... A Study of the Under-plot in EM Forster's Where Angels Fear to Tread. Rahman Tariq 1. Cited by 1. 37. The Teaching of Arabic to the Muslims of South Asia T Rahman ­ Islamic studies, 2000 ­ cat.inst.fr The Teaching of Arabic to the Muslims of South Asia. Tariq Rahman Islamic studies 39:33, 399-443, Islamic Research Institute, 2000. L'entrée des musulmans en Asie du Sud, d'abord pour le commerce... Cited by 1. 38. Maurice and the Longest Journey: A Study of EM Forster's Deviation from the

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Representation of Male... T. Rahman ­ Studies in English literature, 1990 ­ ci.nii.ac.jp Vol. 1990 (19900000) pp. 57-76. ISSN: 03873439. Maurice and the Longest Journey: A Study of EM Forster's Deviation from the Representation of Male Homosexuality in Literature. Rahman Tariq 1... Cited by 1.

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119 CITATIONS OF THE WORK OF TARIQ RAHMAN From Google under the name Tariq Rahman Citations in books on this database only. Citations in Journals, theses and other Databases are not included in the list below (09 Dec 2005) Ciations which are counted exclude those on Google.Scholar.com so as to avoid overlap. Those not counted are marked by an aesterisk.

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The University in Transformation: Global Perspectives on the Futures of the University By Jennifer Gidley ­ Education ­ 2000-280 pages Page 4- Tariq Rahman. Rahman tracks the colonial history of universities in India and Pakistan, No of citations: 1

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Minorities in the Middle East: A History of Struggle and Self-Expression by Mordechai Nisan ­ History ­ 2002 ­ 351 pages Page 318 ­ Ayatullah Khan Baluch, "The Emergence of Baluch Nationalism", Pakistan Progressive, 3, 3--4, December 1980, pp. 8--24; and Tariq Rahman, "The Balochi/Brahui... [More results from this book]. Cited: 1

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The Idea of Pakistan by Stephen Philip Cohen ­ Political Science ­ 2004 ­ 382 pages Page 243 ­ As one distinguished Pakistani Professor, Tariq Rahman, pointed out, the texts violate Jinnah's... [More results from this book] Cited: 1

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Queering India: Same-Sex Love and Eroticism in Indian Culture and Society by Ruth Vanita ­ Social Science ­ 2001 ­ 252 pages Page 44 ­ See Tariq Rahman, "Boy-Love in the Urdu Ghazal," Annual of Urdu Studies 7 (1990):1--20; 11 references. Cited: 1

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Urdu: An Essential Grammar by Ruth Laila Schmidt ­ 1999 ­ 352 pages Page xvi -... 2 Tariq Rahman. Language and Politics in Pakistan... [More results from this book] Cited: 1

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The Literature of Satire by Charles A Knight ­ Literary Criticism ­ 2004 ­ 338 pages Pages 284 ­ Tariq Rahman, "Politics in the Novels of Salman Rushdie," Commonwealth Novel in English 4 (i... [More results from this book] Cited: 1

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Culture, Technology, Communication: Towards an Intercultural Global Village edited

120 by Charles Ess ­ Technology ­ 2001 ­ 355 pages Tariq Rahman's excellent work (1996). which chronicles at length the role of language in the... (p. 304). [More results from this book] Cited: 1 8. international Bibliography of Social and Culture Anthropology: Anthropology 1996 Social Science ­ 1998 ­ 636 pages Page 64 ­ 12% The Punjabi movement in Pakistan. Tariq Rahman. Tnt. JS Lang. 122 1996 pp. 73.-88. [More results from this book] Cited: 1 * 9. Contemporary Pakistan: Political Processes, Conflicts and Crises by Veena Kukreja ­ Political Science ­ 2003 ­ 348 pages Page 145 ­ 6 For Sindhi-Urdu language controversy, consult Tariq Rahman, "Language and Politics in a Pakistan Province: The Sindhi Language Movement', Asian Survey,... [More results from this book] Cited: 1 10. South Asian English: Structure, Use, and Users edited by Robert J Baumgardner ­ Reference ­ 1996 ­ 286 pages Page 240-... Shashi Tharoor, Amitav Gosh, and Vikram Seth--and in Pakistan Tariq Rahman, Athar Tahir, Sara Suleri, Waqas Ahmed Khwaja, Alamgir Hashmi, Aamer Hussain, ... [More results from this book] Cited: 1 11. international Bibliography of Sociology 1995: Sociology 1995 by British Library of Political and Economic ­ Social Science ­ 1996 ­ 300 pages page 95 ­ Tariq Rahman. Lang. Prob. Lang. Plan. 19:1 Spring: 1995 pp. 1-25.... [More results from this book] Cited: 1 12. Text in Education and Society edited by Desmond M Allison, Lionel Wee, Sunita Anee Abraham ­ Language Arts and Disciplines ­ 1998 ­ 288 pages Page 238 ­ Chapter 15 Language and Ethnicity in Pakistan Tariq Rahman [More results from this book] Cited: 1 13. International Bibliography of Sociology: International Bibliography of the Social Sciences 1997 by British Library of Political and Economic Science ­ Reference -1998 ­ 500 pages page 71 -1434 The Urdu-English controversy in Pakistan. Tariq Rahman. Mod. Asian S. 31: 1 2: 1997 pp. 177-208. [More results from this book] Cited: 1 14. International Bibliography of Social Sciences: Sociology 1996 Social Science ­ 1998 ­ 636 pages Page 52 ­ Tariq Rahman. Tnt... [More results from this book]

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Cited: 1 * 15. Bibliographic Linguistic De L'Annee 1999/Bibligraphy for the Year 1999: Et Complements... edited by Sijmen Tol, Mark Janse, Hella Olbertz ­ Language Arts and Disciplines ­ 2004 ­ 1486 pages page 292 ­ Rahman, Tariq: Language, education, and culture.--4135.-- [More results from this book] Cited: 1 * 16. Salman Rushdies Shame.: (Postkoloniale) Geschichte and Geschichten. by Swenta Steinig ­ 2000 ­ 574 pages Page 121 ­ 42 Rushdie, zit, nach: Tariq Rahman, "Linguistic Deviation as a Stylistic... xxv, No. 1, 1990, 5.1-11,5.4) Rahman geht es um das wenig erforschte Gebiet der... [More results from this book] Cited: 1 * 17. Postcolonialism by Robert J C Young ­ Literary Criticism ­ 2001 ­ 208 pages Page 461 ­ Philadelphia, Temple University Pres. Rahman, Tariq (1996), Language and Politics in Pakistan. Karachi, Oxford University Press... [More results from this book] Cited: 1 18. Islamic Homosexualities: Culture, History, and Literature Edited by Will Roscoe, Stephen O Murray ­ Social Science ­ 1997 ­ 392 pages Page 141 ­ 1946. Hispano-Arabic poetry, and its relations with the Old Provencal troubadours. Baltimore: JH Furst. Rahman, Tariq. 1989. "Boy love in the Urdu ghazal. ... [More results from this book] Cited: 1 19. Reading the Family Dance: Family Systems Therapy and Literary Study by Art V Gibney ­ 2003 ­ 336 pages Page 318 ­ Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1987. Rahman, Tariq. "The Double-Plot in EM Forster's A Room with a View. "Cahiers Victoriens et ... [More results from this book] Cited: 1 * 20. Literary Culture in History Edited by Sheldon I Pollock ­ History ­ 2003 ­ 1105 pages Page 38 ­ Rahman, Tariq. 1996. Language and Politics in Pakistan. Karachi: Oxford University Press. Schlegel. ... [More results from this book] Cited: 1 * 21. Dissenters and Mavericks: Writings about Indian in English, 1765-2000 by Margery Sabin ­ Literary Criticism ­ 2002 - 252 pages Page 230 ­ Rahman, Tariq Language, Education, and Culture. Karachi: Oxford University Press, 1999. [More results from this book]

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Cited: 1 22. Educational Regimes In Contemporary India edited by Radhika Chopra, Patricia M Jeffery ­ Education ­ 2005 ­ 346 pages Page 328 ­ New Delhi: Hamadard Education Society. Rahman, Rariq. 1996. Language Teaching and Power in Pakistan. [More results from this book] Cited: 1 23. Indo-Aryan Languages edited by George Cardona, Dhanesh Jain ­ Foreign Language Study ­ 2002 Page 65 ­ Rahman, Tariq (1996) `The Punjabi Movement in Pakistan', International Journal of Sociology of Language, 122: 73--88. [More results from this book] Cited: 1 24. The Ruling Passion by Christopher Lane ­ Literary Criticism ­ 1995 ­ 344 Pages Page 303PMLA 99.1 (1984): 72-88. Rahman, Tariq. "EM Forster and the Break Away from the... [More results from this book] Cited: 1 * 25. Politics Of Identity: Ethnic Nationalism and the State in Pakistan by Adeel Khan ­ Business and Economics ­ 2005 ­ 211 pages Page 204 ­ Rahman, Tariq. 1996. Language and Politics in Pakistan. Karachi: Oxford University Press. [More results from this book] Cited: 1 26. English Literature and the Other Languages by Marius Buning, Ton Hoenselaars ­ 1999 ­ 432 pages Page 375 ­ Rahman, Tariq. "Linguistic Deviation as a Stylistic Device in Pakistani English Fiction," The Journal of Cmmonwealth Literature 25:1 (1990), 1--11. ... Cited: 1 27. Regenerating the Novel: Gender and Genre in Woolf, Forster, Sinclair, and Lawrence by James J Miracky ­ Literary Collections ­ 2003 ­ 176 pages Page 167 ­ Bibliography 167 Rahman, Tariq, "The Under-plot in EM Forster's The Longest Journey. "Durham Univ.Journal 83 (1991): 59--67.. ...[More results from this book] Cited: 1 28. Legacies of Colonial English: Studies in Transported Dialects Edited by Merja Kyto, John Algeo, Susan Fitzmaurice, Richard Hogg, Merja Kyt", Bas Aarts, Raymond Hickey, Charles F Meyer ­ Language Arts and Disciplines ­ 2004 ­ 734 pages Page 558 ­ Rahman, Tariq. 1991. Pakistani English. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistani Studies, Quaid-iAzam University. 1996. Language and Politics in Pakistan. ... [More results from this book] Cited: 2

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19 Citations excluding those which are marked by asterisks

124 CITATIONS BY OTHERS COUNTED BY THE AUTHOR IN DIFFERENT SOURCES. Those marked by asterisks are not included in the total so as to avoid there being counted more than once. * 1. A Critical Stage The Role of Secular Alternative Theatre in Pakistan By Khan, Fawzia Afzal New Delhi and Calcutta: Seagull Books 2005. Rahman, Tariq, Language and Politics in Pakistan p 142. Cited: 1 2. Women with Mustaches and Men without Beards By Afsaneh Najmabadi Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005. Rahman, Tariq `Boy-Love in the Urdu Ghazal, p. 331. Cited: 1 3. Oxford Guide to World Literature By Tom McArthur. New York: Oxford University Press 2002. Rahman, Tariq Pakistani English, P. 472. Cited: 1 4. Language Policy Planning and Practice (eds) Sabiha Mansoor et. al. Oxford University Pres, 2004. Rahman, Tariq, Language Planning and Politics in Pakistan Research Report, SDPI. 1995; Pakistani English; Language and Politics in Pakistan; Language, Education and Culture. Ahco, Kaleem Raza Khan, `Classroom Bilingual Discourse', Ibid. pp. 175-184. Rahman, Tariq, `The Medium of Instruction Controversy', Jnl of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, p. 184. Cited: 4 5. Sabiha Mansoor, Language Planning in Higher Education: A Case Study of Pakistan (Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2005. Cited: 2 6. Rahman, Tariq Several references Pakistani English, Language and Politics in Pakistan, Language, Education and Culture, Language, Ideology and Power, `English-Teaching Institutions in Pakistan' in Mansoor et. Al. 2003, p. 345. Cited: 3 7. Social Sciences in Pakistan: A profile (Islamabad Council of Social Science (COSS), 2005, Eds. Cited: 1 8. Inayatullah et. al. Rahman, Tariq in `The State of Educational Discourse in Pakistan' by

125 Rubina Saigol Language, Education and Culture p. 85. Cited: 1 9. Social Development in Pakistan: The State of Education (Karachi Social Policy and Development Centre, 2003), Rahman, Tariq Language and Politics in Pakistan; [p. 233]; Language Ideology and Power [p. 233]. Cited: 2 * 10. Islamic Education, Diversity, and National Identity: Dini Madaris in India Post 9/11 (Eds). Jan-Peter Hartung and Helmut Reifeld New Delhi and London: Sage Publications, 2006. Rahman, Tariq. `The Madrassa and the State of Pakistan', Himal South Asia Feb 2004. In chapter by Winkelmann, Mareike Jule `Muslim Reactions to the Post-9/11 Media Discourse on the Indian Madaris'. Cited: 1 11. Politics of Identity by Adeel Khan. Ref. Language and Politics in Pakistan by Tariq Rahman. Cited: 1 12. Education Reform in Pakistan (ed) Robert M. Hathaway Washington D. C: WWIC, 2005. Candland, Christopher `Pakistan', Recent Experience in Reforming Islamic Education', pp. 151-165. Ref Rahman, Tariq, Denizens of Alien Worlds (2004). Cited: 1 13. WIKIPEDIA ­ Article on `Ephebophilia' Ref. Note. 1 Cited: 1 14. WIKIPEDIA ­ Article on `Pakistani Literature in English' by Muneeza Shamsie. South Asia English (ed) Robert J. Baumgandner (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press). Rdf. Tariq Rahman, Pakistani English and A History of Pakistani Literatue in English. Cited: 2 15. Probing the Jihadi Mindset (2007) by Sohail Abbas. Ref. Rahman, Tariq, Language, Ideology and Power p. 198, note 28. Cited: 1 * 16. Militancy Inc. Inside Pakistan's Military Economy by Ayesha Siddiqa (2007). Ref. Rahman, Tariq, Denizens of Alien Worlds, p. 260. Cited: 1

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17. Global Issues in Language, Education and Development by NAZ Rasool (Clevedon, 2007), Ref. Rahman, Tariq, `The Siraiki Movement in Pakistan', LP & LP (1995); Language and Politics in Pakistan (2006); `Language Teaching and Power in Pakistan', World Congress on Language Policies (Barcelona 2002)--all on p. 28). Cited: 3 * 18. Language Policy, Culture, and Identity in Asian Centexst (eds) Tsui, A.B.M and Tollefson (2006). Ref. Rahman, Tariq, Language and Politics in Pakistan (1996) (p. 204) by Agnihotri. Cited: 1 * 19. Ibid (Tsui and Tollefson 2006), Ref. Rahman, Tariq Language and Politics in Pakistan p. 257 (by Hussain and Tollefson). Cited: 1 * 20. Trends in Linguistics lesser-known Languages of South Asia (eds) Saxena, A and Borin, L. (2006). Ref. Rahman, Tariq. Language and Politics in Pakistan; Language, Education and Culture (p. 159). Cited: 2 21. Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 323 South Asian Writers in English (New York: Thomson Gale, 2006), `Bapsi Sidhwa' by Niaz Zaman. Ref. Rahman, Tariq History of Pakistani Literature in English, p. 361. Cited: 2 22. Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 323 South Asian Writers in English (New York: Thomson Gale, 2006), `Zulfiqar Ghose' by Chelva Kanaganayakam. Ref. Rahman, Tariq History of Pakistani Literature in English, p. 147. Cited: 1 23. Madrassas in South Asia: Teaching Terror? (ed) Jamal Malik. London New York: Rontledge, 2008. J. Malik, `Introduction', pp. 14-15. Cited Language and Politics in Pakistan; Language, Ideology and Power; Denizens of Alien Worlds; Cited: 3 24. Harris Khalique, `The Urdu-English Relationship and Its Impact on Pakistan's Social Development' In Annual of Urdu Studies No. 22 (2007) pp. 99-112. Cited Language and Politics in Pakistan. Cited: 1 25. Celeste Sullivan, `The Language Culture of Lahore', In Annual of Urdu Studies No. 22

127 (2007) pp. 113-145. Cited Language, Education and Culture; Language Ideology and Power; `Urdu as an Islamic Language'; Annual of Urdu Studies No. 21 (2006) pp. 101-119. Cited 3. 26. Shuja Nawaz, Crossed Swords (OUP, 2008) Cited 1.

35 Citations excluding those which may have been counted elsewhere (in asterisks)

128 CITATIONS OF OWN WORKS (IN BOOKS ETC) Books 1. Pakistani English (1990): (1) `Pakistani English Poetry', Journal of Indian Writing in English 16: 2 (July 1988), 27-44 [p. 130] (2) A History of Pakistani Literature in English forthcoming [p. 130]. No of sources cited: 1 2. A History of Pakistani Literature in English (1991): `Zulfiqar Ghose Interview', Viewpoint (21 July 1988), 9-11 [p. 12]; `The Homosexual Aspect of A Passage to India', Studies in English Literature (1984), 37-54 [p. 54]; `Ephebophilia. The case for the use of a New Word', Forum for Modern Language Studies vol. 36: 2 (Apr 1988), 126-141 [p. 55]; `Boy Love in the Urdu Ghazal', Paidika 2: 1 (Summer 1984), 10-27 [p. 55]; `Zulfiqar Ghose and the Land of this Birth', Review of Contemporary Fiction 9: 2 (Summer 1989), 179-187 [p. 109]; `Interview with Daud Kamal', The Nation (19 Jun 1982), ; [p. 186] Cited: 6 3. Language Education and Culture (1999): Pakistan English: p. 58-171; 222, 307 [p. 32; `Sociolinguistic survey of Northern Pakistan', Language 70:4 (1994), 840-43 [p. 32; `UrduHindi Controversy', Pakistan Journal of History and Culture 15: 2 (Jul-Dec 1944), 19-45 [p. 32]; Language Planning and Politics in Pakistan SPDI 1995 [p. 32]; `The Siraiki Movement in Pakistan', LP & LP 19: 1 (Spring 1995), 1-25 101-307 [p. 32; `Language and Politics in a Pakistan Province', Asian Survey 35: 11 (Nov 1995), 1005-1016 101; [p. 32]; `The Pashto Language Movement', Journal of Contemporary Asia 4:26 (1995), 151-170 101; [p. 32]; `Baluchi/Brahvi Movements', Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies 19:3 (Spring 1996), 91-115 101; [p. 32]; `Languages of the Proto-Historic Indus Valley', Mankind Quarterly 36: 304 (Spring 1996), 221-246 [p. 32]; `The English-Urdu Controversy in Pakistan', Modern Asian Studies 31 (1966), 177-207 p. 86, 101; 307 [p. 32]; `The Hindko Language Movement in Pakistan', Kashmir Journal of Language Research 1:1 (1996), 30-40 [p. 32]; Language and Politics in Pakistan 171; [p. 32]; `Cultural Imperialism and the pragmatics of Urdu in Pakistan', PILC Journal of Dravidic Studies `British Language Policies and imperialism in India', LP&LP 20: 2 (Summer 1996), 91-115 307 [p. 101]; `BoyLove in the Urdu Ghazal', Annual of Urdu Studies 7 (1990), 1-20 [p. 182]. Cited: 14 4. Introduction to Linguistics (1997); Rahman, Tariq Pakistani English [p. 144]; Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 144]. Cited: 2 5. Language, Ideology and Power (2002): Rahman, Tariq `Ephebophilia---', Forum for Modern Language Studies 24: 2 (April 1988), 126-141 [p. 659]; Pakistani English [p. 659]; Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 659]; `Language of the Proto-Historic Indus Valley', The Mankind Quarterly 36: 3-4 (1996), 91-115 [p. 659]; `The Urdu-English Controversy',

129 Modern Asian Studies 13: 1(1997), 177-207 [p. 659]; Language, Education and Culture [p. 659]. Cited: 6 6. Denizens of Alien Worlds (2004) Rahman, Tariq Pakistani English [p. 202]; Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 202]; `Transforming the Colonial Legacy', Futures 30-7 (1998), 669680 [p. 202]; Language Education and Culture [p. 202]; Language Ideology and Power [p. 202]. Cited: 5 7. Flora Anne Steel, Tales of the Punjab (Karachi Oxford University Press, 2002). Rahman, Tariq: `Introduction to The Mystic Poets of Pakistan [p. xvii]; `Islamic Texts in the Indigenous Language of Pakistan', Islamic Studies 40:1 (Spring 2001), 25-48 [p. xvii]; `The project of Respectability', Pakistan Perspectives 6: 1 (Jan 2001), 13-37 [p. xvii]. Cited: 3 8. Veena Kukreja and R. P. Singh, Pakistan: Democracy, Development and Security Issues (London: Sage Publications, 2005); Rahman, Tariq `Language, Power and Ideology', 108122. Ref. to Rahman, Tariq: Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 122]; `Decline of Persian in British India', South Asia xxii: 2 (1999) [p. 122]; `The Politics of Urdu in India', Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies xxii: 2 (1999) [p. 122]; Language, Education and Culture [p. 122]. Cited: 5 9. Christopher Jaffrelot, A History of Pakistan and Its Origins (London: Wimbledon Publishing Company, 2002). `Introduction', Rahman, Tariq [p. 296 and 297]; Rahman, Tariq `Language and Education', Chapter-12, Rahman, Tariq: Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 312]; Language, Education and Culture [p. 312]; `Decline of Persian in British Indian', South Asia 22:2 (June 1999), 47-62 [p. 313]. Cited: 4 10. Akbar Zaidi (ed), Continuity and Change (2003) Rahman, Tariq `Language, Power and Ideology' Same as kukreja and Singh 2005. Not counted. Cite: Not counted as it is on No. 8 11. Craig Baxter (ed), Pakistan on the Brink (2004), Chapter-8 on `Education in Pakistan', Rahman, Tariq: Language and Politics in Pakistan 190 [p. 189]; Language, Ideology and Power [p. 189]; Language, Education and Culture [p. 190]. Cited: 3 12. Inayatullah et. al. (eds), Social Science in Pakistan (2004). Counted elsewhere.

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Cite: not counted. 13. Khuhro, Hamida and Mooraj, Anwar. Karachi (1997). Rahman, Tariq `The Literary SceneEnglish' Chapter-9. Rahman, Tariq Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 399]; `Critical Prejudices to Aspects of Partition Literature', Toronto South Asian Review 11: 1 (1992), 6678 [p. 400]; A History of Pakistan Literature in English [p. 400]; Cited: 3 14. Rahman, Tariq `Muslim/Islamic Language Education in Pakistan and India', Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistic 2nd edition Vol. 8 Ref to Language and Politics in Pakistan; Language, Education and Culture; Language, Ideology and Power; `Language-Learning and Power: A Theoretical Approach', Int. Journal of the Sociology of Language 152 (2001). Cited: 4 15. Rahman, Tariq `Reasons for Rage', Education Reform in Pakistan (ed) Robert M. Hathaway. Washington D. C. Woodrow Wilson Centre, 2005. Ref. Language and Politics, Language Ideology and Power, Denizens of Alien Worlds. Cited: 3 16. Rahman, Tariq, `The Politics of Knowledge' in Education Under Globalization Islamabad: Actionaid, 2006. Ref. Language and Politics, Language, Ideology and Power; Denizens of Alien Worlds. Cited: 3 17. Rahman, Tariq `The Role of English in Pakistan' In Language Policy, Culture, and Identity in Asian Contexts (ed) Tsui, ABM and Tollefson, Jamer (2007). Ref. A History of Pakistani Literature in English; Language and Politics; Language, Education and Culture; Language Ideology and Power, Denizens of Alien Worlds (p. 235). Cited: 5 18. Rahman, Tariq `Language Policy and Language Vitality in Pakistan'. In Trends in Linguistics (eds) Saxena and Borin (Mouton, 2006). Ref Language and Politics; Language, Ideology and Power (P-103). Cited: 2 19. Rahman, Tariq `The Educational Caste System in Pakistan'. In. Globalization, Modernization and Education in Muslim Countries (ed) Rukhsana Zia (2007), Nova, New York, Ref. Rahman, Tariq Language and Politics; Language, Ideology and Power (p. 162-163). Cited: 2 20. Rahman, Tariq `Ahmed Ali' in Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 323 (New York:

131 Thomson Gale 2006), Ref. History of Pakistani Literature in English, p. 19. Cited: 1 21. Rahman, Tariq `Taufiq Rafat' in Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 323 (New York: Thomson Gale 2006), Ref. History of Pakistani Literature in English, p. 284. Cited: 1 22. Rahman, Tariq `Taufiq Rafat' in Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 323 (New York: Thomson Gale 2006), Ref. Journal of Indian Writing in English (p. 284). Cited: 1 23. Rahman, Tariq `Madrassas: The Potential for Violence in Pakistan' In Malik, Jamal (ed), Madrassas in South Asis: Teaching Terrorism? (Rontledge, 2008). Ref to Rahman, T, Language and Politics; Language, Ideology and Power; Denizens of Alien Worlds Madrassas online www.himalmag.com/2004/february/essay.html. Cited: 4 24. Rahman, Tariq `Pluralism and Intolerance in Pakistani Society', In Shafqat, Saeed, New Perspectives on Pakistan Oxford University Press, Karachi, 2007, pp. 122-15). Cited: Not counted as it is the same as 23 Total Citations= 78

132 CITATIONS OF OWN WORK (IN JOURNALS) 1. Rahman, Tariq `Edward Carpenter's Forum Adam's Peak to ---' Rahman, Tariq `The Homosexual Aspect of A Passage to India', Studies in English Literature (March 1984), [p. 15]. No of sources cited: 1 2. Rahman, Tariq `Pakistani English Poetry', Journal of Indian Writing in English 16: 2 (July 1988), 29-44 reference to Rahman, Tariq `Interview with Daud Kamal', Frank [Paris] and Nation [Lahore], [p. 44]. Cited: 2 3. Rahman, Tariq `Zulifkar Ghose and the Land of his birth', The Review of Contemporary Fiction (Summer 1989), 179-187. Ref. Rahman, Tariq; `Alienation and Deracination in the Works of Zulfikar Ghose', Journal of the English Literary Club [p. 187]; `The Poetry of Zulfikar Ghose', Nation [p. 187]. Cited: 2 4. Rahman, Tariq `Boy-Love in the Urdu Ghazal', Paidika (Summer 1989) and Annual of Urdu Studies (1990). Rahman, Tariq, `Ephebophilia: The Love for the use of a New Word', Forum for Modern Language Studies (Apr 1988) [p. 25]. Cited: 1 5. Rahman, Tariq `Maurice and the Longest Journey', Studies in English Literature (1990). Ref to Rahman, Tariq, `Ephebophilia---', Forum (Apr 1988), [p. 58]. Cited: 1 6. Rahman, Tariq `The Philosophical Basic of English Literature', Journal of the English Literature Club (1990), Ref to. Rahman, Tariq `The Priest of Hate', The Literary Half Yearly (Jan 1984), [p. 14]. Cited: 1 7. Rahman, Tariq `Ephebophilia and the Creation of a Spiritual Myth in the Works of Rulph Nicholas Chubb', Journal of Homosexuality Vol 20, (1990), 103-127. Ref to Rahman, Tariq. `Ephebophilia--', Forum (Apr 1988) [P. 127]; `E. M. Forster and the Breakaway---', Etudes Anglaises (Jul 1987) [p. 127]; `The Alienated Prophet---', Forum (July 1987) [p. 127]. Cited: 3 8. Rahman, Tariq `The Pashto Language and Identity-Formation in Pakistan', Contemporary South Asia (July 1995). Ref to Rahman, Tariq `The English-Urdu Controversy in Pakistan', Modern Asian Studies (Forthcoming) [p. 167]; Language Planning and Politics in Palestine SDPI [p. 170].

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Cited: 2 9. Rahman, Tariq `Language of the Proto-Historic Indus Valley' (Spring/Summer 1996), 221-296. Ref to Rahman, Tariq, Pakistani English [p. 245]. Cited: 1 10. Rahman, Tariq `British Language Policies and Imperialism in India' LP & LP (Summer 1996), 91115. Ref to Rahman, Tariq `Anti-Colonial Polemic, News 16 May 1993 [p. 114]. Cited: 1 11. Rahman, Tariq `Language Policy in Pakistan', Ethnic Studies Report (Jan 1996), 73-98 ref to Rahman, Tariq `The Urdu-Hindi Controversy', Pakistan Journal of History and Culture 1522 (JulyDec 1994), 19-45 [p. 91]; Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 96]; Cited: 2 12. Rahman, Tariq `The Medium of Instruction Controversy in Pakistan', Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 18: 2 (1997), 145-154. Ref to Rahman, Tariq. Language Planning and Politics in Pakistan (SDPI, 1995) [p. 153]; `Language and Politics in Pakistan Province', Asian Survey (November 1995) [p. 153]' `Pashto Language---' Contemporary South Asia (1995) [p. 153]. Cited: 3 13. Siraiki Language Movement', LP & LP (1995) [p. 154]; `Urdu-English controversy', Modern Asian Studies (1996) [p. 154]; `British Language Policies and Imperialism', LP & LP (1996) [p. 154]; `Balochi/Brahvi Language Movement---`Journal of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (1996) [p. 154]. Cited: 3 14. Rahman, Tariq `Cultural Imperialism and the Pragmatics of Urdu in Pakistan', PILC Journal of Dravidic Studies (July 1997), 181, 199. Ref to Pakistani English [p. 198]; `The Urdu-English Controversy in Pakistan', Journal of English Language Teaching and Studies (1993) [p. 198]. Cited: 2 15. Rahman, Tariq `Linguistic Theory, Language Contact and Modern Histustani', Meta (June 1998) ref to Rahman, Tariq `The Phonetic and Phonological Features of Pakistani English', World English 10: 1 (Spring 1991), 83-95 [p. 326]; Pakistani English [p. 326]. Cited: 2 16. Rahman, Tariq `Language-Learning and Power' Journal Applied Language Studies (1998), 43-65. Ref to Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 69]; `BritishLanguage Policies' LP & LP (1996) [p. 64].

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Cited: 2 17. Rahman, Tariq `Language, Politics and Power in Pakistan: the case of Sindh', English Studies Report (Jun 1999) ref to Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 41]. [p. 43]. Cited: 2 18. Rahman, Tariq `Decline of Persian in British India' South Asia (June 1999), 47-62 ref to `British Language Policies', LP & LP (1996) [p.48], Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 50]; `Boy-Love in the Urdu Ghazal', Annual of Urdu Studies (1990) [p. 60]. Cited: 3 19. Rahman, Tariq `The Teaching of Urdu in British India', Annual of Urdu Studies (2000), 31-56 ref to Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 31] [p. 57]. Cited: 1 20. Rahman, Tariq `Language Learning and Power', Kashmir Journal of Language Research (2000). Ref to Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 87]; Pakistani English [p. 87]. Cited: 2 21. Rahman, Tariq `The Teaching of Arabic to the Muslims of South Asia', Islamic Studies (Autumn 2000), 399-443. Ref to `Language of the Proto-Historic Indus Valley', Mankind Quarterly [p. 401]; Cited: 1 22. Rahman, Tariq `The Language of Employment: The case of Pakistan', Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (Summer 2000), 62-87. Ref to Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 66]; `Urdu-English controversy in Pakistan', Modern Asian Studies (1997) [p. 74]; `The Medium of Instruction Controversy in Pakistan', Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development (1997) [p. 76]; Language, Education and Culture [p. 76]. Cited: 4 23. Rahman, Tariq `The Learningof Balochi and Brahvi in Pakistan', Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (Summer 2001), 45-59. Ref to Rahman, Tariq Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 45]. Cited: 1 24. Rahman, Tariq `English-Teaching Institutions in Pakistan', Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development Vol 22: 3 (2001), 242-261. Ref to Pakistani English [p. 260]; `Linguistic Deviation as a Stylistic Device in Pakistani English Fiction', Journal of Commonwealth Literature 25: 1 (1990) [p. 261]. Cited: 2

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Rahman, Tariq `Country Report: Pakistan', The Year book of South Asian Languages and Linguistics (1998). Ref to Rahman, Tariq Pakistani English; `Sociolinguistic Survey of Northern Pakistan', Language (1994); Language and Politics in Pakistan (1995); `Siraiki Language Movement' LP & LP (1995); `Sindhi Language Movement------'Asian Survey (1995); `Imperialism and the Pragmatics of Urdu', Journal of Central Asia (1995); `Pashto Language Movement' Journal of Contemporary Asia (1995); `Bengali Language Movement', Journal of History and Culture (1995); `Balochi/Brahvi Language Movements', Journal of South Asian and Mind Eastern Studies (1996); `British Language Movements and Imperialism', LP & LP (1996); `Language of the Proto-Historic Indus Valley', Mankind Quarterly (1996); `Urdu-English Controversy', Modern Asian Studies (1996); `Hindko Language Movement' Kashmir Journal of Language Research (1996); Language and Politics in Pakistan [All on p. 195]. Cited: 14

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Rahman, Tariq `The Learning of Punjabi By Punjabi Muslims', Punjab Studies (2001), 187-224. Ref to Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 223]. Cited: 1

27.

Rahman, Tariq `The Learning of Pashto in North India', Journal of Asian History (2001), 158-187. Ref to Rahman, Tariq. Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 187]. Cited: 1

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Rahman. Tariq `Islamic Texts in the Indigenous Languages of Pakistan', Islamic Studies (Spring 2001) 25-48. Ref to Rahman, Tariq `The Teaching of Arabic to the Muslims of South Asia', Islamic Studies (Rahman 2000) [p. 25]; Mystic Poets of Pakistan [p. 26] Cited: 2

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Rahman, Tariq `The Project of Respectability', South Asia (2001), 29-51. Ref to `Boy-Love in the Urdu Ghazal', Annual of Urdu Studies (1990) [p. 32]; `Ephebophilia', Forum (1988) [p. 37]. Cited: 2

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Rahman, Tariq `Language-Learning and Power' A Theoretical Approach', Int. Journal of the Sociology of Language (2001) 53-74. Ref to Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 73]. Cited: 1

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Rahman, Tariq `Images of the "other" in Pakistani Textbooks', Pakistan Perspectives (Jul-Dec 2002), 33-49. Ref to Language Politics in Pakistan [p. 34]; Language Ideology and Power [p. 35]. Cited: 2

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Rahman, Tariq `Ideology, Politics and Language Policies [Rev. Article], Language in Society (2002), 288-290. Ref to Rahman, Tariq Language and Politics in Pakistan [p. 289]; `EnglishTeaching Institutions in Pakistan', Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development (2001)

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