Before I was Asian, I was black. No, I haven’t since undergone some Jacko-style operation, or doused myself in Fair & Lovely. Rather, black was one of the terms my family and I used to describe ourselves.
Schools need to put more effort into evaluating what makes effective teaching, and ensure that discredited practices are rooted out from classrooms, according to a new study published by the Sutton Trust
The head of the government’s inquiry into historic child sexual abuse allegations repeatedly re-wrote a letter to Theresa May, the home secretary, to play down her links with former home secretary Lord
In 1967, at the height of the Arab-Israeli Six-Day War, the Israeli Air Force launched an unprovoked attack on the USS Liberty, a US Navy spy ship that was monitoring the conflict from the safety of international
By Enze Han and Joseph O'Mahoney During the past half-century, many countries have eliminated criminal laws against what are variously called “homosexual offences”, “sodomy,” “unnatural acts” or other
Popular teaching methods, such as lavishing praise on pupils and grouping students by ability, are not based on evidence and can harm student development, a report has found. The Sutton Trust examined
The UK’s Department for International Development (DfID) is failing to address the petty but widespread corruption that blights the daily lives of the world’s poorest people and has a particularly corrosive
Associated Press in Thessaloniki Dozens of Greek police have taken part in an operation to clear an apartment used as a hostel by a rebel monastery whose monks have been declared schismatic by the Orthodox
Israel reopened the al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem on Friday before the weekly Muslim prayers, after a rare closure following clashes sparked by the killing by police of a Palestinian shooting suspect.
The fifth in a series of posts in which we ask writers about the cultural influences on their work. My second novel, “The Last Illusion,” is made up, quite simply, of two basic elements: myth plus imagination.
In what I think of as either the apotheosis or the nadir—maybe both—of my stint as a prep-school feminist, I once followed Gloria Steinem into a bathroom to get her autograph. It’s actually even worse
Ahead of Egyptian elections, the country faces some of the worst media curtailment in decades. New York, USA - He has been insulted by fellow journalists, threatened, faced-off against angry mobs and his
پاکستان میں انگریزی روزنامہ ’دی فرنٹیئر پوسٹ‘ 1980 اور 90 کی دہائیوں میں ملک کے سب سے آزاد اور دلیر اخباروں میں شمار ہوتا تھا۔ یہ اخبار فوجی صدر ضیا الحق کی آمریت کے کڑے دور میں وجود میں آیا لیکن پھر اپنی
براعظم افریقہ کے سب سےگنجان مسلمان ملک نائجیریا کے شمالی صوبے بورنو کےقصبے چیبوک کے گورنمنٹ سیکنڈری گرلز سکول کے ہاسٹل سے بارہ تا پندرہ برس کی طالبات کو اغوا ہوئے لگ بھگ ایک ماہ ہو چلا۔ 276 میں سے 53 چنگل