Category Archives: Columns

Defying the Wedding Bells

In about a month’s time with, hopefully, a Master’s degree in hand, I’ll be embarking on a 28-hour long journey back home to my beloved Pakistan. I’m anxious and that’s not just because of the 28 hours of airplane and airport … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: An outside-in view

It’s Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. For the Americans, it’s a time to be around family, eat home-cooked turkey and be thankful for all their blessings. For outsiders, like me, it’s just another opportunity to try and crack the puzzle that … Continue reading

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The Social Media Trap

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Bring on the Tennis Bad Boys

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Home away from home

http://bunewsservice.com/lahore-boston/ You know you’ve lived in one place long enough, when you find bits and pieces of it no matter where you go. Like it or not, you develop an affinity to it. It becomes your identity, your whole life. … Continue reading

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My Tennis Days in Boston

When I first moved to Boston three months ago, I thought to myself, “Wow, I’m in America. This should be really good for my tennis. I’ll try out for the BU team, play Division I college tennis, travel for tournaments … Continue reading

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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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