When Muniba Mazari’s life changed, she decided to change lives.

Even if we imagine something dreadful happening to us, we get numb just by the thought of it! Muniba Mazari, now a famous Pakistani activist, speaker, role model, singer, and painter was once bedridden in a hospital for two years straight. Her tragic road accident left her in a state of physical and mental trauma- but the warrior in her...

The Indie Arts and Craft Show

Indi Arts & Crafts
The fourth in a row, Indie Arts & Craft Show was held on the 16th of July, Sunday, at the Royal Rodale Club under The Crafter's Guild. Over 70 participants from Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad and Dubai attended the event to showcase their various skills. This event assists 85 percent women-based enterprises.    The artwork includes paintings, illumination art, stationary, paper craft,...

How to Recognize Depression

Depression is something which creeps on you quietly. It feels like another bad day, but it's not. You continue to stay in this state of mind and put on a social face whenever you have to. It starts to cost you more and more every day, you start shutting your friends and family think there’s no one or nothing...

Pink, pretty, and peppy- The Rickshaw Project for Women Empowerment

We all desire to have a comforting and safe commute from home to workplace, but sometimes that isn't possible when uncivilized male rickshaw or cab drivers make it hard for women by giving them long stares and being unnecessarily chummy. To ensure that women have a safe and sound drive around the city of Lahore, the CEO of The Environment...

A Pakistani teenager has made an Anti-Bluewhale Game!

We've been hearing a lot about the Blue Whale game, 50 tasks, and its victims. We've heard how the game originated from Russia where the main aim of its inventor was to make depressed people get rid of their misery. Some of the tasks include waking up in middle of the night and watching a scary movie, standing on...

I Gave In

This was the point when I realized that there is a huge difference between coming to Pakistan for a holiday and effectively living here. So here I was, all excited to start a new journey with the imagination of living like a princess. Life in London seemed more like a race on a treadmill. We were all just running...

The Not So Sindhi, Sindh Fair!

With extreme excitement after seeing the event page on Facebook, I decided to participate as an attendee at the Sindh Fair. Woke up the next day got dressed in a traditional Sindhi way and started an hour-long journey from my house to Karachi University. The setup looked great, while parking my car, the level of excitement I held increased and...