Saturday, October 26, 2019

Almas Hyder

Mr. Almas Hyder is an Engineering graduate from University of Engineering & Technology, a Certified Trainer of Entrepreneurship and has completed his OPM (Owner/President Management Program) from Harvard Business School. 
He is currently a member of the Institute of Engineers in Pakistan, Institute of Material in London and Vice President of the Harvard Club of Pakistan. Mr. Hyder also serves at senior positions for many organizations. His current engagements include: 
 President Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industries 
 Director, SPEL Technology Support (Private) Limited 
 CEO, Entrepreneurship Development and Advisory Services (Private) Limited 
 CEO, AJ Power (Private) Limited 
 CEO, RT Power (Private) Limited 
 CEO, MST Power (Private) Limited 
To his credit is also the writing of the ‘Engineering Vision 2012 of Pakistan’. He established TUSDEC (Technology Up-gradation and Skills Development Company), where he was the Founder Chairman, under the Ministry of Industries, Production and Special Initiatives. 
Mr. Hyder was the first President of the Quaid-e-Azam Industrial Estate Board, set up Punjab Industrial Estate Development and Management Company of the Government of Punjab in an effort to manage and upgrade the infrastructure of Kot Lakhpat Industrial Estate in Lahore. Through his hard work and effective leadership, Mr. Hyder has had an everlasting positive impact in both the plastic industry and the entrepreneurship circles of Pakistan.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Sara Suleri

Sara Suleri Goodyear is Professor of English at Yale University, the founding editor of The Yale Journal of Criticism and on the editorial board of The Yale Review and Transition. As an academic, her fields of interest are listed as “Romantic and Victorian poetry…Edmund Burke…” and her concerns “postcolonial literatures and theory, contemporary cultural criticism, literature and law, Urdu poetry.”
            Ms Suleri was born in Pakistan, grew up in Lahore, graduated from Kinnaird College, did her Masters in English from PunjabUniversity and a doctorate from Indiana University. She encapsulated memories of her Lahore childhood in her creative memoir Meatless Days (1989), at the heart of which were the tragic accidents that killed her mother and sister. Furthermore, as the daughter of the eminent journalist Z.A. Suleri, she observed political events and political opinions being forged from close quarters and wove the story of Pakistan into her narrative. The book was remarkable for the quality of Suleri’s prose and her use of metaphor to define chapters, and not only marked an important milestone in Pakistani English literature, but is now one of the classical texts of South Asian English literature. She went on to write a critical work The Rhetoric of English India (1992), a rather complicated work, which explores the way English writing was used to perceive and define the subcontinent, from the rhetoric of Edmund Burke to the fiction of Salman Rushdie. The book also includes discussions on Fanny Parkes, Kipling, E.M. Forster and Naipaul.
            She lives between Maine and New Haven and has recently published another accomplished memoir Boys Will Be Boys: A Daughter’s Elegy about her journalist father. In this brief fax interview with Newsline, she answers a few questions about her books.  My novel is that “the novel is not about getting inside but is about showing what happened, without explanation, with “no introductions”

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Sanam Chaudhry

Sanam Chaudhry is a freelance model, an actress n a fresh new face in the scene of Pakistani Fashion industry.

A girl with an ambition to make her name in SHOWBIZ industry and with the perfect talent at early age, she is Sanam Chauhdry . She is most beautiful, charming, sweet and pretty fresh upcoming model and actress. She has perfect body features and comprehensive approach to act in a natural way. This cute and hot girl was born in Jeddah Saudi Arabia.,. brought up by her sister ,who herself is a well known face of pakistan, Zaib Chauhdry.

SC is working in several playswiddiffernt chanels, makin her name in the industry,, wish her all da best ..rock it up 

SC is also workin for ramp uptill now she has done ramp for ammar belal, fahad sheikh, saai, turquoise, shyanne malik, ahan,ayesha hamza.,house of brands,zara,sunar..

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Hina Pervaiz Butt

The Most Beautiful MPA of Pakistan from Punjab Assembely Hina Pervaiz Butt is Memeber of Punjab Assembely from Pakistan Muslim Leauge(N) and she additionally a Fashion Designer.
Hina Butt’s LUMS diploma as well as eager company knowledge helps the woman’s in order to shepherd the woman’s tag in to probably the most lucrative style endeavors in order to arise within the last one year. Managing a range of scintillating fashion lines, she’s the actual developer to look at within the style business. She’s usually pushed the boundaries and will remain a source of inspiration to all young designers who want to make a career on their own within the style business.

Friday, December 26, 2014

Dr. Mujahid Kamran

Dr. Mujahid Kamran is the Vice Chancellor of Punjab University, Lahore, where he has been teaching physics since 1972. He was a Fullbright Fellow at University of Georgia, USA, druing 1988-89 and professor of physics at King Saud University, Riyadh, from 2001 to 2004.
Kamran has won numerous awards, including the Abdus Salam Prize (1985), the President's Pride of Performance Award (1999), International Einstein Award for Scientific Achievement (2010), for his outstanding contributions to research, teaching, and popularization of science. His book Jadeed Tabiyat Kay Bani won the National Book Council award in 2000.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Fakir Syed Aijazuddin

Mr Fakir Syed Aijazuddin, OBE, FCA, was born in 1942. He was educated at Aitchison College (Lahore), and at Berkhamsted School (Herts.), UK., and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1965.
His wife Shahnaz is a well-known author, and they have three children – Momina, Mubarika and Komail.
His professional assignments in Pakistan have included the planning and establishing the engine manufacturing facility at Bela (Balochistan) in 1971-3, the progressive manufacturing programme for Massey Ferguson tractors in 1973-4, and the establishment of the National Fertiliser Corporation of Pakistan (NFC), following the reorganisation of the public sector in 1974. As its Director Finance & Planning, he was responsible for the financial management of three fertilizer units at Daudkhel, Faisalabad and at Jaranwala, and the execution of three major fertilizer complexes at Multan, Mirpur Mathelo and Haripur Hazara. As Head of Personnel, he rationalized the orderly transfer of PIDC employees to the successor corporation/units and developed the pay-scales applicable to all public sector corporations under the control of the then Ministry of Production. 
During the nine years (1980-89) that he spent as Group Controller of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company in Abu Dhabi, he developed the corporate and financial management policy applicable to all its ten constituent Directorates (including the Business Lines of Oil / Gas Exploration & Production, Hydrocarbon Processing and Marketing). He represented ADNOC on the Boards of most of its 22 subsidiary companies. 
Since returning to Pakistan in 1989, he has been Chairman and CEO of International General Insurance (IGI) and CEO of First International Investment Bank Ltd., both companies in the Packages Group. He has also served on the Boards of the Lahore Stock Exchange, Oil & Gas Development Company Ltd., and Pakistan Telecommunications Corporation Ltd. (PTCL), of National transmission & Distribution Company Ltd. (a WAPDA company), Bata Pakistan Ltd, and STEDEC. 
He has taught in Financial Accounting and Management Communications at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), and Financial Accounting at FCC University, Lahore. Between 2006 and 2008, he was a member of the Academic Council at the National School of Public Policy, Lahore, and as Directing Staff Faculty responsible for teaching International Relations.
He served as Minister for Culture, Tourism and Environment in the interim Punjab Cabinet from November 2007 to April 2008. Currently he is Principal, Aitchison College, Lahore.
Since 1994, he has been the Honorary British Consul for the United Kingdom at Lahore, in recognition of which he was awarded the OBE in 1997. 
He was also the Chairman, Executive Committee of the Lahore Museum, an International Councillor of the Asia Society (New York) and the Country Representative for Asia House, London, and a Fellow of the National College of Arts, Lahore.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Fouzia Saeed

Dr. Fouzia Saeed, a social scientist with a PhD from the University of Minnesota, is the author of "Taboo! The Hidden Culture of a Red Light Area," based on 8 years of field research among prostitutes in Pakistan. 

Dr. Saeed is well known in the activist circles of Pakistan's social movement, having worked for decades on women’s issues especially those linked to violence against women, prostitution, women in the entertainment business, women’s mobility and sexual harassment. Her work on violence against women spans over 20 years and includes founding the first women’s crisis center in Pakistan in 1991. Her earlier work with the Folk and Traditional Heritage Institute (Lok Virsa) led to the book, Women in Folk Theater. 

During her career she has headed the UN Gender Program in Pakistan, served as Pakistan Country Director for Action Aid and currently is an international consultant in the field of Gender and Development. As a consultant, over the years, she has worked in Pakistan, USA, Bahamas, Philippines, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Thailand, India, Afghanistan, Fiji and several other Pacific Island countries. 

Her current activist work includes being the Director of Mehergarh, an institute committed to transform the youth of this country, an active member of AASHA, an alliance against sexual harassment at the workplace and an active member of a campaign against bonded labor. In addition, the urgency to work on anti talibanization has moved her to be a part of a nationwide movement against this vicious process. Her main identity remains as a human rights and women’s activist in Pakistan.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Mikaal Zulfiqar

Zulfikar was born in London, England. He was born to a Pakistani father and a White English mother. He is the third of seven children. He considers himself more Pakistani than English.

Mikaal Zulfiqar is a Pakistani model and actor who started in the beginning of 2000s as a model and came in his first hit music video "Sano Tere Naal Pyar Ho Gaya" by Abrar Ul Haq. He has done many photo shoots and walked on ramp for different designers. He was even nominated for Lux Style Awards but did not win. In 2008, he came in an Indian movie called "Shoot on Sight". The movie was not released in Pakistan since he was shown a terrorist in the movie.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Imtinan Shahid

Imtinan Shahid Editor Daily Khabrain and Daily Naya Akhbar, Managing Editor Daily The Post and Daily Khabroon holds Master Degree in Mass Communication and has 10 years experience in this field. He served as a Columnist, Writer and Reporter for Daily Pakistan and presently working as Editor of Daily Khabrain and Daily Naya Akhbar. He was Vice President of the APNS for the year 2008-09. he served as member of the Executive Committee for the year 2010-2011.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Komal Malik

As a child Komal ( who originates from Lahore and currently resides there) was fond of singing and always participated in her school talent contests and won many prizes as a young singer. During her formative years and indeed in College she always had a passion for her music and this was proven when she went on further to win even more recognition as a performer, winning more recognition and prizes at local level.

Aspiring to reach the top she set out to convince her parents to give her the blessing she so needed to succeed . The overall mindset was that she has no professional background and indeed the family’s initial mind set did make her think twice. However after persuading her family she has never looked back. With their blessing Komal set out to conquer her dreams.
Fully supported by her elder sister Kiran who was instrumental in persuading her parents the two sisters set out to create an ~artist~ one that could perform well but also attract large crowds to events that she was performing in .

Komal says that she is where she is today by the grace of the Almighty above and her after that her mentor and elder sister Kiran. Her parents also play an active part in her career and shower her with their blessings. Others that Kiran holds in High esteem are people like her singing mentor and “ustad” Karamat Hussain Sahib , who is her teacher and through this wonderful gentlemans dedication, hard work Komal came to learn the art of Classcal music.

Komal has performed at many concerts and events with well known performers from all over the world and was successful in releasing her debut single and video in 2010. RABBA WAY was received openly by the public and was played well on the TV channels and radio station. The American audience along with the UK also reacted positively to the release. This encouraged Komal to relase her second single and video , “Jagay Tere Sapney” which was also played on all Pakistani music channels besides the International Channels. The second track was the making of KOMAL – it showed she had landed. The response was huge and this lead to many offers from overseas for Komal to perform. Initiall she resited as she was wishing to concentrate on the Pakistani crowds as she firmly belives she is where she is today because of the local fans and appreciaters. After many offers she finally chose an overseas media partner and is currently in the process off arranging her first overseas tour. A little resistant at first but she now realises that as a professional singer she should aim to satisfy all her audiences both local and foreign.
With the birth of JAGEY TEREY SAPNAY – ( loosely translated as awaking your dreams) she was approached and interviewed by several media outlets, namely BBC Asian Network in the UK, Fever Fm Leeds – Bradford, Awaz FM, Din TV Pakistan, DM TV UK, . Many other channels both in radio and TV have brodacst the tracks and on her fan page these have been published.
Komal enjoys performing live and unlike many big name “international stars” she does not mime to a CD. Her music is played live with a live band. This in itself is an achievement. When you listen to Komal you hear KOMAL not a digitally enhanced CD which is mimed to.