The sad saga of Nauman Ali Khan

Around 12 years ago, I went through a time when I was unsure of my emaan. I had questions in my mind which if articulated could be considered blasphemy. I felt guilt. I thought I’m a failure. And then I started to read the Quran and hadith books ony own trying to make sense of… Continue reading The sad saga of Nauman Ali Khan

Singapore – From my eyes II

In the past 5 decades, Singapore has come really far. From a small island expelled from Malaysia in 1965, giving it an unwanted independence, it has become one of the world’s most successful countries in merely 52 years. If you sit and chat with the elderly, they will tell you about slums they used to… Continue reading Singapore – From my eyes II

The Relationship between late night Television and Sandwiches

Written by Fatima Majoka Toast a largish piece of bread with a slice of cheese until it starts melting, lay on a cutting of salami, add a crunchy salad leaf and cover it with a half fried egg sprinkled with a pinch of salt and pepper. Top everything with another piece of bread and press… Continue reading The Relationship between late night Television and Sandwiches

Singapore – From my eyes I

Those who know me personally, know quite well that I love and respect Singapore a lot. Although I am not a citizen myself, I find myself defending Singapore every where I go and with every one I speak to. I first visited Singapore in 1995 as a tourist and while travelling back from Singapore I… Continue reading Singapore – From my eyes I

What it’s like to be a Foodie!

Written by Fatima Fizza Edited by Pragya Shrivastava The importance of cooking was made clear to me in that one month which I had spent in a single room of an Army mess. I had never really considered cooking as an important act in my life. My mother cooked and when she was tired or… Continue reading What it’s like to be a Foodie!