Q 1. Your introduction? (Family, education and professional journey)
I come from middle class village based family while my father had served two of government departments namely Pakistan Army and then Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan. Originally, I am from a small village of Kohat district, but since my father was working in Islamabad, we moved to Islamabad back in 80s. I received my early schooling till college education from there. So, technically, it makes me the citizen of Islamabad.
I concluded my graduation in commerce from Punjab University affiliated college in Islamabad. I remained among the genius and intelligent students in my entire academic career and enjoyed this ‘repute’ among my fellow students and was well regarded by my teachers. I won Best Debater Awards at intermediate and graduation levels of my college life. Continue reading →
Center for Writing Training of Business Executives, Journalists, Students and Advertisers
Hey Youngster! I envy you because you know you have minds and you believe you have rights to use your minds. You know you can think. You are confident about your opinions, no matter how unconventional your ideas are. You don’t hesitate to question even the most popular or oldest traditions, norms and values of society. You are adamant to reform all of them according to your rationale and perspective. You like innovative solutions to all the issues because your thinking is boundless. This is the difference between your generation and my generation. Continue reading →
A couple of years ago, I shared my diverse interests with a friend while saying, “I still don’t know what I will become when I grow up.” He advised, “Be practical. Go experience your passions to figure out what exactly you want to do with your life.” And, I took the advice.
I moved from Creative Writing to Corporate Writing, South Asian Literature to American Literature, Online Studies to On Campus studies, and Preschool Teaching to Entrepreneurship.
I spent three years experimenting and struggling to find something to stick to, taking it as my full time and permanent career. I ended up regretting not having spent those years on my further education. I was very confused and disappointed by myself. I agonized over losing interest in different fields so quickly. “Will I ever get settled with something?” I used to worry often. Continue reading →
A great news broke out via Furore Collection that access to designer wear is no more a dream for middle class. Now you may order for any designers outfit and get it prepared in less than 50% price. The philosophy behind the innovative service is that women party wears in Pakistan cannot be used more than a couple of times because we have a social trend that ladies need to have a new dress (jora) for every new gathering, no matter it is a family function, social gathering or a professional event. So, in the situation where ladies clothes are never enough in number, it is unwise to spend a lot of money for each and every jora. Continue reading →
This time, 14 th August came in with the ambitions of building a New Pakistan through Azadi March and Inqilab March. Though Imran and Qadri are two different schools of thought but they have a common ground; both want to topple out the corrupt political and economic system of the country. Despite their differences, Imran Khan and Dr. Tahir ul Qadri finally came up to support each other on common grounds regarding Independence Day marches. Continue reading →