Reason Before Passion

Sindhi, Pakistani and a Sufi Muslim

Ash Lamour Brand Launch

I had the good fortune of visiting Dawn Lifestyle exhibition at Expo Center Karachi this year. The last I visited this exhibition was back in 2006 when I was a volunteer to organize and manage the exhibition. Handling thousands of people daily for 3 consecutive days was enough motivation for me to not visit again for these past years, but the launch of Ash Lamour forced the lazy me to step out from my comfort zone and enter the hustle and bustle of Dawn Lifestyle. Continue reading

November 13, 2010 Posted by | Events | , , | 1 Comment

A Case of Exploding Cricket

Spot-fixing wasn’t yet a distant memory when Pakistan faced South Africa in UAE for all three formats of the game. Loss of Aamir, Asif and Salman had unsettled the Pakistani team and their performance was already shaken due to spot fixing controversy that practically shook the world. Every new update batch on CricInfo had at least one new Spot-fixing related news and the whole affair became a nightmare for Pakistan and England in particular and Cricketing world in general. Continue reading

November 8, 2010 Posted by | Current Affairs | , , | 4 Comments

An Evening With Sarah Beg At Liberty Books

I am not much outgoing by nature and enjoy my solace at home. A week ago I received invitation from Liberty Books to attend presentation about the book “The Secret“, written by Rhonda Byrne and presented by Sarah Beg. It proved to be too tempting for me and I registered for the event.

Setting aside my lazy activities, I drove to Liberty Books BBQ Tonight branch on Sunday 7th of November and sat amongst the audience gathered to listen to Sarah’s charismatic presentation that not just highlighted many of the important elements explained in the book but also linked them with Franklin Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, with personal experiences and religious teachings of Islam. Continue reading

November 7, 2010 Posted by | Book Review | , , | 2 Comments

   

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