Pak Economy

October 13, 2014
Anila Q. Agha with her prize winning artwork "Intersections"

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
March 7, 2011

Everything happens on TV – life in the fast lane

It was the farewell speech from George of Pakistan, published in the Tribune. I read it through. It was superficial look at Pakistan even if George had apparently lived in Pakistan for an age. I mean, there was nothing new here except the old rhetoric that most foreign journalists indulge in – you know, stuff like Pakistan is on the brink, it is almost a failed state, terrorism and bigotry are on the rise, blah, blah, blah By Fareeha Qayoom
December 7, 2010

News flash for the Filthy Rich of Pakistan

Question -Why has Pak economy never taken off in 63 years? Answer -We don’t encourage the culture of entrepreneurship and venture capitalism in our economy By Fareeha Qayoom
November 10, 2010

Sugar crisis? What sugar Crisis?

I was a little surprised – I mean, why protest sugar price hike only? Why not everything else too that’s going wrong in our lives because of current government’s policies? When the prices of all essential commodities (including indispensable foodstuffs, everyday staples, energy, power and fuel) are rising without rhyme or reason, without any notice, just like that, why were the folk out on the streets to protest the prices of sugar? By Fareeha Qayoom