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In 2009, about 3 Pakistani children were sexually abused every day. A total of 2,012 reported cases of child sexual abuse were recorded from all over Pakistan. To lend perspective to that figure revealed this year by the non government organisation Sahil, let me add some numbers. Child abuse is a global phenomenon. As the […]


I’m honoured and humbled to report that I’ve won in the Best Celebrity Blogger category of the Pakistan Blog Awards. The Unconference organized by CIO Pakistan and Google Pakistan for the first time ever in Pakistan was a fantastic venture and a glitzy ceremony! Their aim was to ‘discuss, recognize and platformize one of the the […]


CIO Webstudio’s Rabia Garib, my frand, recently interviewed me for her new web show, Mash Ups. I had a great time chatting with her about the new media, Dawn.com, Huffington Post, DawnNews, private vs. public persona and me tweeting for @poppyagha! Have a look and leave comments to let us know what you think. 🙂


Hey guys! I got this press release from the US State Department, and thought it might be a fun thing to do. Win a camcorder today, be a filmmaker tomorrow…the opportunities are endless! 🙂


I Heart Twitter

09Nov09

[picapp src=”c/4/b/b/E3_Gaming_Conference_5742.jpg?adImageId=7266977&imageId=4916490″ width=”500″ height=”333″ /] Last week Dr Awab Alvi and Faisal Kapadia, a couple of bloggers who comprise the core of the Pakistani blogosphere, interviewed me. They invited me on to their online current affairs show, The Laidback Show, the first podcast show to come out of this country. As I watched the grainy […]


[picapp src=”b/7/d/5/Musharraf_Declares_State_f1d1.jpg?adImageId=7265843&imageId=2812557″ width=”500″ height=”352″ /] Pakistan’s independence day, August 14, is around the corner and it seems to me that Pakistanis are desperate for good news to give them something to celebrate. Many private television news networks have changed their logos to a shade of green. An animated spray can flits around one logo changing […]