Fareeha Qayoom

August 6, 2010

Pakistan: Diary of a concerned citizen

The quality of life has gone down in our country too. You see it on our roads, you see it on television; you see it all around you - around your neighborhoods, your towns and cities, even when you meet your peers, friends and relatives. It’s the same story at your workplace, your neighborhood store, your Masjid (most people – read men - now prefer to say their prayers in seclusion instead of doing it the old fashioned way; that is, going off to the Masjid); you never know when it’s your time. Gathering for religion, fun, shopping and nightlife is taboo in our country now. No, I am not exaggerating By Fareeha Qayoom
July 30, 2010

Movie Review: Tere Bin Laden

A lot of hot air, hardly worth banning in Pakistan By Fareeha Qayoom
July 24, 2010

My Top 5 favorite videos on the net right now

Clinton again reiterated that Bin Laden is hiding in Pakistan during her two day recent trip to Pakistan, even though Prime Minister Gilani was quick to refute this publicly...The western media has also joined the propaganda bandwagon and keeps such ideas alive, check out the video produced by Adam E Ellick of New York Times, "Tuning out the Talibans" By Fareeha Qayoom
July 21, 2010

July 2010- Monsoon Rains hit Lahore early

Not a good moment to be out and about on the roads of Gulburg and Defence By Fareeha Qayoom
July 18, 2010

Tkfr Poll: Vital Statistics – just a click away!

The most popular poll is surprisingly "What is the biggest issue facing Pakistani citizens right now?" on Tkfr.com. Add your voice! by Fareeha Qayoom
July 17, 2010

Moment of Truth (again) for Pakistani textiles

When timing could be everything, why are the Pakistani policy makers not making timely policy? Babur Rafiq, a prominent player in Pakistan’s textiles industry raises a red flag… By Babur Rafiq
July 15, 2010

Comic sight indeed: Underwear Heroes!

Why do comic superheroes fly around in their underwear? By Fareeha Qayoom
July 11, 2010

McKinney, Texas: Unique by Nature

Home to one of the state’s largest historic districts and USA’s fastest growing populations, McKinney’s charm and comfortable pace is quite different from the usual urban sprawl By Fareeha Qayoom; photographs by Faryal Virk
July 11, 2010

Corporate office spaces: IGI insurance Ltd

Shaping the future by building a lasting classic By Aarzoo Naeem Chaudhry
July 6, 2010

Corporate office spaces: Levi Strauss Pakistan

Building an open corporate culture where creative minds thrive By Fareeha Qayoom
June 18, 2012
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Spring & Summer 2013- Men’s Collections Launched in London

Men’s collections are showcased twice a year every year in Milan and Paris – January and June without fail. This year, London also adds its two cents worth. This new runway event /fashion week comes immediately before the June’s European collections. By Fareeha Qayoom
June 10, 2012
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Victorian Values

Three distinct Drawing Rooms with a variation on the same theme -- British Raj and Victorian influences still play a key role in our decorative schemes for drawing rooms By Saima Malik
June 10, 2012

Desert Rose

A twenty-first century cosmopolitan city of stunning beaches, one of the world’s most secure travel destinations, luxurious hotels and fabulous beachside resorts with world class shopping; Dubai is one exciting experience after another By Umer Saud, photographs by Umer Saud
May 31, 2012

Doom and Gloom Galore

Citizens should be allowed to let off steam in peaceful healthy ways. There is a lot of hidden anger that comes out when people are protesting on the roads, on television and in the news, but especially when they are protesting against power outages. By Fareeha Qayoom