December 2, 2010

Wikileaks: Loose lips sink ships

I think, the series of leaks have been nothing but calculated move on USA’s part on the global chess board; (or board-game of ‘risk’) nothing new ever breaks out - all the old stories that were hashed to death in the media by analysts and investigative reporters and usually termed conspiracy theories by USA officially have come crawling out of the woodwork, yet again…the only twist in the tale this time? We have loads more juicy gossip to laugh over! By Fareeha Qayoom
November 28, 2010

A potpourri of ideas

Zubair Mueen’s is a virtual treasure house, full of souvenirs of exotic places and distant shores By Umer Saud
November 28, 2010
KC gardens

Beauty, Brains, and Botanical Gardens

Kinnaird is one of the oldest and most prestigious institutions of the country. It has a huge campus with a number of academic blocks, hostels, and wonderful lush green fields and flower gardens. This spring, Kinnaird was recognized by the Horticulture Society for its beautiful landscapes and flower gardens, adding yet another trophy to its already impressive list of honors: ‘best gardens’ among all the Educational Institutions. By Zonaira Chaudry
November 28, 2010

Far from the madding crowd

C’est la vie! Recharge your batteries every weekend, get away from it all and entertain in style By Aarzoo Naeem Chaudhry
November 12, 2010

Vertical Limit

Humaira Awais Shahid – the woman behind the newspaper Daily ‘The Post’ – has her apartment at the Mall done up in bold patterns, punchy colors and wicked eye for detail By Marian Sharaf Joseph
November 12, 2010

All in a day’s work!

A rant from the heart, letting off steam and still not getting anywhere…one of those days 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
November 6, 2010
old navy blazer

A tale of two summer jackets

The so-called tailors in this town don’t seem to understand that cutting fabric patterns is like applied geometry, men’s cuts are straight lines and angles while women’s cuts are soft curves and angles – to get the measurements right – you need the ‘x’ and ‘y’ coordinates of any given point of measurement! By Fareeha Qayoom
November 1, 2010

Is organized religion losing its relevance in our world?

Pew research certainly seems to think so. More and more world citizens are opting out of living religious lives –religion is definitely losing its relevance, influence and the ‘cool’ factor By Fareeha Qayoom
October 30, 2010

Robert Frost – The Road less travelled

The woods are lovely, dark and deep. But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep Poetry By Robert Frost, selection by Fareeha Qayoom
June 15, 2009

A Phenomenal Success Story

Atif Aslam is only twenty-two, excuse us while we process our jealousy! By Fareeha Qayoom
June 15, 2009

Inside Story

Men's Store under a microscope! By Fareeha Qayoom
June 15, 2009

The Lowdown on Asif Manzoor Sheikh

Taking YKK to a whole new level By Fareeha Qayoom
June 15, 2009

Which mode of communication for you?

CEOs and senior managers offer expert advice... By Fareeha Qayoom