Happy Independence Day?

32 killed in Karachi over MP’s murder. 2.5 million affected by floods. President chilling in the UK. And begging. Mostly chilling though. Whether I like her not, Fatima Bhutto’s tweet summed up the whole situation in a manner that can only be called complete. Pakistan is going through a really tough time and the President’s… Continue reading Happy Independence Day?

Random Update

I always hated the rains in Karachi because all they did was flooding the streets, converting them into city wide swimming pools, killed a few innocent people because they by mistake touched an electric pole and power failures for as long 15 hours. Now obviously this has nothing to do with rain itself but the… Continue reading Random Update

Blissful Marriage

One day when Hazrat Aisha (RA) was spinning some woollen thread, she looked up to see Prophet (SAW) with a golden glow of contentment on his face, mending his sandals, sitting beside her on the floor. She praised him with a poetic quotation and he, never to be outdone in gallantary, kissed her forehead gently… Continue reading Blissful Marriage

The Birth of Pakistan

The Citizens Archive of Pakistan and Engro Corp, in collaboration with the Mohatta Palace Museum, are proud to present ‘The Birth of Pakistan’. Date: 23 March – 23 June, 2010 Venue: The Mohatta Palace Museum, Hatim Alvi Road, Clifton, Karachi- 75600 Timings: Tuesday – Friday 10:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 12 p.m.… Continue reading The Birth of Pakistan

Anarchy all the way…

News: Jeans, national dress outlawed at Bahria University People need to understand that there’s a difference between a school and a university….a lot of the things that mite work at a school, mite not work even at a university which is known for timid students. This must be the beginning of true anarchy at Bahria!!… Continue reading Anarchy all the way…