Sibtain Naqvi is a writer and independent researcher. Sibtain Naqvi writes for several English publications on a range of subjects including art, culture, history, education, environment, and social issues. He is the author of “Chronicling Excellence: A History of IBA,” the official history of the Institute of Business Administration (Pakistan’s oldest business school), and “Cobwebbed World of Sadequain: A Retrospective.” Naqvi has organised and curated various exhibitions of Pakistan’s greatest artist Sadequain, the most recent being the “Intimate Moments of Sadequain.” His research interests include Sadequain’s life and works, the cultural history of Karachi, Urdu speaking diaspora, and interfaith relations in north India. Naqvi’s work on the latter has been presented in Oxford, Cambridge, Columbia and other universities. He has been heavily cited in “Through the Eyes of Tiger Cubs: Views of Asia’s Next Generation” by Mark L. Clifford and Janet Pau and co-sponsored by Time Magazine, Asia Business Council and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore.