From April to November of 2012, my final months of studying journalism at Ryerson University, I was working on this story for the Ryerson Review of Journalism, a magazine circulated across Canada that tackles critical issues in national journalism. Last … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Pakistan
Phashionable Philanthropy: Project Sina
With rampant honour killings and acid burnings of women in Pakistan, it’s no secret that the nation needs some shaping up—and what better way to start than empowering the women? L.A.-based initiative Project Sina aims to create economic opportunities for … Continue reading
Every Hour, 750 Newborns and 60 Mothers Die During Childbirth in Pakistan…
Help reduce these numbers by voting for Mishal Khan, who has applied for a grant from Grand Challenges Canada – Rising Stars in Global Health, to develop a low-cost device that can save lives of mothers and babies when complications … Continue reading
“How To Channel your Inner Lady Gaga while dressing in Pakistan”—Read my Feature in the Daily Times Sunday Magazine!
By now, you all must know how much I love to discuss Lady Gaga when I write about how fashion trends in the West translate into style in the East. A few months ago, I wrote a feature about her … Continue reading