• Every Girl’s Checklist For This Eid

    The clock is ticking, more sunsets are concluding the last days of Ramzan and women are busy doing the last few rounds of shopping which continues till the date mostly. We, women, are complex creatures, they call us shopaholic, we call ourselves perfectionists. We try to make the thing as perfect and complete as they ought to be, as they deserve to be. And Eid is such a huge religious celebration that it deserves to be celebrated with zeal and we also deserve some pampering after a month of fasting. Shopping for us is self-pampering and a way to release stress.
  • How To Make Sure Satan Remains Chained Even After Ramadan?

    It is said that it takes 21 days to build or break a habit. We are blessed with a month of perfection in which we can build the best habits and quit the bad ones. We all chain Satan by restraining from the evil deeds in the holy month of Ramzan. But what about the next months to come when Ramzan passes? Will Satan redeem its power after Ramzan; will we let him take over? No no no! There is only one right answer to this question- we shan’t so we won’t.
  • Ahmed Shah is taking over Pakistani Television with his Cuteness

    You surely must be familiar with the cute Pathan baby named Ahmed from the viral video of his teacher taking his bag and he going gaga about it. The teacher released this video on the internet and this baby became viral on social media overnight. Here is our view about the whole fiasco.
  • Ramzan and the Self-contradictory Practices on Social Media

    Ramzan holds an important place in our hearts and it is celebrated as the second most prominent religious celebrations for Muslims. Fasting in Ramzan is not about restraining from food and water only but it is more about being kind, being patient, being moderate in our actions, food and spending.  Every hunger is to be curbed and every bad habit to quit in Ramzan. I see many people contradicting their words and actions. There are many things going wrong is Ramzan, for instance banning eating in many public shows people don’t really have a very strong faith and patience that comes with Ramzan and prices of all items surging high while the so-called Islamic state should ensure prices are controlled so every Muslim can do Iftar and Sehri as they should.