Posts Tagged by Fareeha Qayoom

Proud to be a Muslim – No apologies. No excuses.


The world is divided into two: us and them, the first world and the third world, the black and the white, the rich and the poor, the edu­cated and the illit­er­ate, the priv­i­leged and the dis­ad­van­taged, the favored and the damned, the aris­to­crats and the peas­ants, the natives and the immi­grants, on and on it goes…like an infi­nite loop spi­ral.

By Fareeha Qay­oom

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Year in Review: 2016


Decem­ber is the month we take stock and build on the suc­cesses and fail­ures of the past. We also cre­ate new res­o­lu­tions. Well, I don’t have any new res­o­lu­tions. I have only old.

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Death in the Family


Hello, dark­ness my old friend, I have come to talk with you again…

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Shahi Hamam — Then and Now


Shahi Hamam: then and now!

By Fareeha Qay­oom,
Pho­tos by GM Shah — 2009 (Then) and 2015 (Now) Cour­tesy of Faiza Sharif

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Rawaan by Telenor: a Beautiful Depiction of Pakistan


Telenor released this song for Inde­pen­dence Day cel­e­bra­tions…

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Helter Skelter

another interesting pattern

We don’t treat the dis­ease. We only treat the symp­toms.

By Fareeha Qay­oom

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Stuck in the Twilight Zone!

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And yes, I have now great respect for peo­ple in the gov­ern­ment who man­age to get any­thing done – push the paper all the way through to build roads, schools, hos­pi­tals — the works. It takes hun­dreds of engi­neers to change a sin­gle light bulb in this joint. Peo­ple who can do all that are my heroes. I salute you. You must be relent­less, tire­less and have a lot of tol­er­ance for putting up with loads of BS and still plow­ing through all that non­sense to come on the other side.

By Fareeha Qay­oom

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What the Heck Are They Showing on the Television?


What kind of tele­vi­sion are we show­ing the masses? Are we rais­ing aware­ness or doing its direct oppo­site – giv­ing men the license to behave like that on national TV? You decide.

I per­son­ally do not sub­scribe to show­ing such graphic scenes (that involve hit­ting women) on national TV even if they are a work of fic­tion. You are just endors­ing bad behav­ior. Please do not tell such sto­ries. Find bet­ter sub­jects where women are respected and empow­ered. Not dimin­ished and sup­pressed. I think the pol­icy mak­ers need to take notice.

Please do raise your voice if you agree with me.

By Fareeha Qay­oom

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My first Ballet Flat Slippers

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Hey, look I made my first shoes! :D

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Trend Report: Autumn-Winter 2015


Androg­y­nous style, gen­der blur, uni­sex – in fact, no demar­ca­tion between fem­i­nine and mas­cu­line clothes. “On the street these days, you can’t always tell who’s a guy and who’s a girl,” Ed Burstell, the man­ag­ing direc­tor of Lib­erty of Lon­don was reported as say­ing by New York Times and “Sex­u­al­ity is inside. It’s a pri­vate thing,” as Alessan­dro Michele said for Gucci.

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A room with a view - Lahore: Smog or pollution?

Smog or pol­lu­tion?

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Inspiration Board: My Look Book


With my basic jean and t-shirt wardrobe, I get the free­dom to cre­ate hun­dreds of per­mu­ta­tions with one basic design.

By Fareeha Qay­oom

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Happy by Pharrell Williams


Can’t noth­ing
Bring me down
My level’s too high

By Fareeha Qay­oom

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Book Review: “Adapt” by Tim Harford

Adapt - book cover

Bot­tom line, an inter­est­ing take on the sci­ence of suc­cess and a good read. It is short, to the point, and doesn’t labor the point. You can fin­ish it in one sit­ting or over a week­end.

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Anila Q. Agha Making us Proud!


Pakistan-born and bred and Indianapolis-based Anila Quayyum Agha has swept the grand prizes, win­ning the $200,000 pop­u­lar one, and split­ting the purse for the $200,000 juried prize with Rich­mond, Virginia-based artist Sonya Clark.

By Fareeha Qay­oom

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