Monthly archive for April 2013

Lahore Travel Expo Lacked Vision

On April, 20, 2013, I received a phone call from a friend, “Did you see the ad of Travel Expo being held at Expo Centre?” She inquired. “No.” I said, feeling curious. “The ad in daily Jung says it is organized by Pakistani government and about 60

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Starting Again from Zero

I came across some Pakistani mid-aged ladies, both in Pakistan and abroad, who have been going through abusive marriages despite all their loyalty and commitment to their families. The reason was they were unable to get out of their hurting marriages because they were financially dependent on

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Who is a Foodie anyway?

Food is my twin, born with me, with almost a gap of a few seconds. My toddler memories saved in my mom’s camera always show some glimpses where my mom used to force me to eat through her watching movies, storytelling or hide-seek game techniques. By the

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Blogging Guru who is Ahead of Google

Dedicating the whole month of April for the birthday celebrations of the Best Blogger of Pakistan, S A J Shirazi! Happy Birthday! I don’t know why it happens commonly that the thing we need most, just slips away at the hour of need. Same thing had been

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Ilmians Meet Up at Shaam-e-Ghazal

On April, 6, 2013, Pearl Continental Hotel, Kohinoor Hall, was looking forward to 500 Ilmians for the Annual Ilmian Dinner & Shaam-e-Ghazal. Clad in smart casual attire, UMT invitees started to approach the hall by 6:30 pm and they were glad to meet their old class mates

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Midlife Rational Love

In fact, in Pakistani society, we spend our younger years conforming to our family and social values, traditions and norms. We get educated, hired, get married and have kids. Until that time we are too much inexperienced and naive about life, people and even about ourselves. Life

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Social Space and Business Place

Facebook Just update your status and you are IN among your Facebook family and friends! Facebook acts like friendly and generous host, facilitating and accommodating everyone without being biased of class, education, views and gender. With a lively and casual mood, it lets you speak up your

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