• Hacking for Disaster Resilience in Peshawar, Pakistan

    In Pakistan, natural disasters like earthquakes and monsoon floods claim thousands of lives each year.  Millions more are affected, and billions of Pakistani rupees worth of infrastructure is damaged as a result of such calamities. Take, for example, the floods of July-August 2010 that affected 20 million people and claimed ...

  • December Sunset by Heyyn Coming Soon

    It’s a great feeling to tell you about the first ever original music work by Heyyn that is coming out by the end of next month. Heyyn is the same band that I founded with a few other friends living here in Islamabad. We’re more into Sufi, Classical, Folk and ...

  • Goodbye and Thank You Sachin

    When I turned on my laptop this morning, the first thing in my mind was to write a few words about the cricketing god, the little master, the man alone with so many records a whole cricket team couldn’t even get there in ages;  the one and the only – Sachin ...

  • Ecstacy on the top of Hunza Valley

    It was 2:00AM in the morning on the long vacation night so freezing that one wouldn’t even think about exposing any single body part out of sleeping bag. But I did it. I had to leave for the Hon Pass with a few friends to see the sun laying its ...

  • Green Flag on the Top of the World

    It has been over a month now that I am following the first ever Pakistan Gender Equality Expedition initiated by Pakistan Youth Outreach in association with a few foreign sponsors. Among others, the expedition includes two siblings from Shimshal Hunza in Gilgit Baltistan. Today, I found the news on Facebook that both ...

  • Hello world!

    Hey! I rule this place. I do anything I want. I say anything I want. I do. Click Click…


Travel & work in progress!


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