9 Jul '14

News Alumni rage over admissions reform at elite Pakistan English-language school

Old boys protest after Aitchison College governors in Lahore say they will no longer favour sons of rich and powerfulTraditions die hard at Aitchison College, a Raj-era school in the heart of Lahore that has been educating Pakistan's elite amid manicured playing fields and Mughal-esque buildings for decades.Students still wear starched turbans on formal occasions, tent-pegging is a competitive sport and important guests tour the 200-acre campus in a horse-drawn buggy. Continue reading...

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