Fareeha Qayoom

December 8, 2009

Book Review on “Carolyn 101 business lessons from the Apprentice‘s straight shooter”

“When it comes to assessing people, don’t always believe what you hear – form your own opinion.” By Fareeha Qayoom
December 8, 2009

Are Pakistanis in denial?

Pakistan is going through a severe terrorism wave. Is this the work of a ‘foreign hand’ or is it an indigenous phenomenon? By Fareeha Qayoom
November 30, 2009

Book Review on: “Sam Saboura’s Real Style”

Style secrets for real women with real bodies By Fareeha Qayoom
November 5, 2009

Reading between the lines, Divided we fall

First things first, let me clarify my motivation – I have no axes to grind. No, I am not a ‘fundamental’ Muslim as extremists are characterized in popular press. No, I am not a ‘dooms day,’ prophet. No, I am not ‘psychotic.’ No, I am not a ‘mullah.’ No, I do not have any political aspirations nor do I want to lead a long march somewhere, no, sorry, no activism in my past either. No, my views don’t stem from discussions with any of my friends’ politics’ or religion. No, I am not easily influenced either because I like making up my own mind. No, I don’t have a closed mind By Fareeha Qayoom
November 1, 2009

Clinton’s visit to Pakistan – what the heck happened here?

No-hold’s barred diplomacy that failed to achieve any significant results By Fareeha Qayoom
November 1, 2009

Book Review on: “Introducing Mathematics”

A book that explains the great mysteries of mathematics and the history of the science very simply so even a layman can understand it all… By Fareeha Qayoom
November 1, 2009

Book Review on: “Why Good Girls Don’t Get Ahead but Gutsy Girls Do”

By Fareeha Qayoom
October 25, 2009

The ‘new’ Great Game

Reviving the ancient silk route seems to be the name of this particular great game! Are we capable of connecting the dots? By Fareeha Qayoom
October 10, 2009

LESCO – a resident evil

Encounters of the third Kind: Might is right – WAPDA has a monopoly on Pakistan’s power supply and no consumer pressure group can change that! By Fareeha Qayoom
September 27, 2009

New York Chic in Lahore Suburbs

Overload’s Farhad Humayun bares the bones of his private dwellings and reveals sophistication and style By Nazish K Siddiqui
October 27, 2011

Ramblings…a working plan for my leisure activities

I was reading about it the other day (Business, the Universe & Everything, Conversations with the world’s greatest management thinkers by Stuart Grainer and Des Dearlove)…the guy who invented mind maps basically had the same problem before he came up with a short hand to organize his thoughts…Tony Buzan’s output trebled and quadrupled after he came up this new system…He’s the “original renaissance man, responsible for over 80 books, a business empire and a legion of other activities.” Everything has been organized to the max, he manages his life and gets to do ton of stuff with his mind maps… By Fareeha Qayoom
October 26, 2011
dessert

And yet another political song…

Interesting song...gone viral...
September 26, 2011

Book review – Imran Khan’s Pakistan, a personal history

So what do I think about the book?! – I think, it’s a sales pitch – it screams at you, “Vote for me – I am the only ‘honest’ candidate around for the next prime minister of Pakistan and I am ready to do this job now!” By Fareeha Qayoom
September 18, 2011

Book Review: Bill Bryson’s ‘A short history of nearly everything’

Unfortunately people who usually write text books or fact books are no writers. I think they should just hire real writers like Bryson…if I had a book like ‘a short history of nearly everything’ at school. Things might have been indeed different. I mean, the book is readable, accessible, and full of fun facts, not to mention, interesting…furthermore, it’s an enjoyable read By Fareeha Qayoom