About Amna Haq And Maria Arif

Amna, aiming to earn a Masters in Social Policy finds inspiration in the writings of Arundhati Roy. A feminist at heart, she wishes to cover stories -up-close and personal- of brave, resilient women in South Asia who fight against the odds in every little and mighty way they can. She aims to grow as a writer and explore her budding love for journalism. Maria, currently an undergrad has been involved with Dar-ul- Sukoon as well as her own Non-profit start up: Unfolding Lives. Although writing is her dream, and she wants her words to weave an emotional spell over her readers, Maria not only plans to publish a book, but also become a fitness trainer and acquire culinary skills!

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A helicopter blasting into pieces, angry Transformers rising from the deserts, spectacularly-shot intense fight-scenes, vivid graphics – the trailer of Project Ghazi drove us to the edge of our seats! For the longest time, we Pakistanis have only had American or Western fictional superheroes to be fond of – Superman, the Dark Knight, Wonder Woman. And, while DCContinue reading

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