A scenic trip to the northern areas of Pakistan.
Mountain Dew has always been the drink preferred by thrill seekers across the globe. Until the adventurers don’t ‘Do the Dew’ their conquests are considered incomplete. And Mountain Dew sure likes to keep the seekers busy. The latest in its … Continue Reading Copter Hunting by Mountain Dew!
Planning to buy a new phone? Are there any specifications you look forward to when making a decision? If you … Continue Reading Lenovo Vibe P1m (User Review)
For all those suffering from social anxiety, (yes even the ones pretending to be strong), I have news! Last week, … Continue Reading I went to Hingol Balochistan so you won’t have to!
While technology is yet to discover a way to let you slap people virtually, it has begotten Emojis or emoticons that … Continue Reading Say it with Pepsi!
by Fatima Naqvi. Every nation has its own charm, something that brings people together and makes them one. One could … Continue Reading Celebrating Pakistan’s love for tea! (Guest Blog)
foodpanda.pk, the leading online food ordering marketplace has launched a social media campaign to celebrate the spirit of Independence Day … Continue Reading One Nation, One Dream, One Direction (The other one).
With the cinema going culture finally thriving, movie theatres all over Karachi have started cropping up. Hopefully this would allow … Continue Reading Nueplex Cinemas – A whole new world.
Election mania is in full swing. The television channels are going ballistic showing political advertisements over and over and over. … Continue Reading Elections 2013 – Inked thumb, full stomach.
With elections in Pakistan looming ahead many people have given up hope and are not planning to vote in … Continue Reading I am a Pak voter. Are you?
The fate of the country is unknown. People are wondering if indeed the elections 2013 will be held as promised. … Continue Reading The right to be governed Democratically
Tune into any Pakistani entertainment channel and you will see a close up of a woman crying her eyes out … Continue Reading Pakistani Dramas – A Golden Age
Travelling is perhaps the worst possible time for you to injure yourself seriously, especially if you are far away from … Continue Reading From Sukkhar with love.
The women in Iran are required by law to cover their heads. So accordingly we women prepared ourselves for the summer under long chaddars and scarves. My aunt borrowed some from another relative who had been to Iran earlier in … Continue Reading The Path Once Take – part III
I thought it was the end of the world. No human in sight, except the tired fellow travelers on that … Continue Reading The Path Once Taken part II