Category Archives: 2012 Life

What was I thinking in Aotearoa New Zealand 2009…?

I had a wonderful read of my blog from a 3000km bicycle trip I did in Aotearoa New Zealand in 2009. The excerpt that really got me from all of it was 10 pictures defining my life for an article I was interviewed … Continue reading

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A knock on the door

On one Saturday afternoon 17th November 2012, lying on the sofa in my parents apartment in Karachi, I heard a knock on the door, the knock intensity and pattern didn’t match any regular visitors, so I was sure that it … Continue reading

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Just before I kick off another year in social justice advocacy – thank you!

Dear Anyone / Everyone (especially in 2012 and in the past years)! I hope the start to the year has been a good one for you. I must say a HUGE thank you for your support in 2012, and probably … Continue reading

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2013 New Year’s Resolutions & 2012 Message

Hi Wonderful People! A few days behind things on the New Year resolutions but I haven’t got one to be on time and it is the first week of the year I think I have ‘switched off’. Well after an … Continue reading

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This is how I travel… (in Delhi)

After arriving in Delhi it has been a wonderful time working and learning from the UNICEF India polio team. We spoke to the BCCI and PCB (the cricketing bodies for India and Pakistan) to see how we can work together … Continue reading

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Why your girlfriend breaking up with you is a great thing…

This is in no way written out of spite. The break up with my girlfriend last year was great for both of us and I am NOT in anyway bitter, twisted or regretful. It was always about what it was … Continue reading

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