Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Fed Cup Experience

Pakistan’s Fed Cup team went to freezing cold Astana earlier this year to take part in the Asia/Oceania Zone, Group II competition. It was the team’s third straight appearance in Fed Cup, after a long lapse of 11 years. I’ve … Continue reading

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Doha Diaries

Last year I spent a couple of months in Doha, where my father has relocated for business purposes. Never having seen this part of the world before, I wanted to experience what life is like living in the Middle East. … Continue reading

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Tales from Egypt

When the Arab Spring reached Egypt in 2011, Egyptians thronged the streets in protest against the dictatorship of President Hosni Mubarak. The Tahrir Square in the heart of Cairo was the focal point of this Egyptian Revolution, which succeeded in … Continue reading

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Postcard from India

The Indo-Pak partition of 1947, as described by the works of Manto, was undoubtedly one of the darkest periods in the history of the subcontinent. The violent nature of the separation was tragic and condemnable. Most of us have grown … Continue reading

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It’s love all in Paris!

It’s summer time in Paris. This could only mean one thing for tennis fans around the globe: Roland Garros. For the next two weeks, the world’s best tennis players, both men and women, will be vying for top honors in … Continue reading

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