About Misha Khan and Ameena Naweed

Misha and Ameena, both 16 years of age, have been best friends for 9 years, and live in Lahore. When they are together, their quick wits are cause for entertainment and headache. Their shared favourite subject being English Literature, they love to discuss novels. And they love to gossip. Ameena thoroughly enjoys writing narrative stories. She reads and plays tennis in her spare time. Misha plans to start taking part in essay competitions this year. She reads and watches sci-fi and comedy in her spare time.

A Glance at Lahore – Of Havelis, Darbaars, Mahals and Masjids The consequential timeline of Lahore makes it one of the most historically rich cities in the world. Mythology relates that in 1000 BC Loh-awar, or Lahore, was founded by Loh, son of the Hindu God Rama. (For those of us who have trouble withContinue reading

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In this article, we will describe the political landscape of Pakistan, as well as some major social conditions in the form of religion, gender and social standing. In Lahore, politics has played a pivotal part from the very start. Political parties here include Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Pakistan's People Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League-N, amongContinue reading
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Unfortunately, Pakistan’s education system has not been regarded as well as one would want, and understandably so. Nonetheless, time heals all wounds, as is the case with Pakistan’s education system in which, year on year, there is an obvious improvement in the level and quality of education being provided in schools. Pakistan is currently aContinue reading
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Welcome  Welcome  Welcome!   In last month’s feature, we told you about the various expressions and manifestations of art in Lahore. This month, we will be celebrating and commemorating all food connoisseurs. So, be ready with your forks, spoons and hands, and let’s delve into Pakistan’s City of Food. For Lahoris, food has always beenContinue reading
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The first thing that comes to mind when referring to a city’s artistic expressions is architecture. As described in last month’s article, Lahore has had the aeons of the Mughals, Sikhs and British leave poignant marks on the city’s architecture. Nobody is able to deny the intricate designs on every wall of Lahore Fort, orContinue reading
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