Morsi Visits NUST

By Seemal Mushtaq Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi received an honorary doctorate in philosophy from Pakistan’s National University of Science and Technology (NUST) on March 18, 2012. Here’s a shot from Morsi’s visit to NUST.

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A Peace Revolution

By Zainulabidin At times when the government is lost and the media is confused, when our fellow Pakistanis are being brutally exterminated and coffins lay open on the streets, when silence echoes and surrounds the soul with hopelessness, when the wind smells of blood and the stench gets in your…

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Jay Vee En Route to Natural Photography

By Hanan Asghar Everyone loves to capture the beautiful nature in order to receive a flashback for the moment that soothed his soul. Jay Vee is not different than us when it comes to capturing images of beautiful nature. Having witnessed the ownership of a professional camera, Jay Vee decided…

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A Thing of Beauty

Photography by Mohammad Zain-ul-Abadin Mughal Meet Mohammad Zain-ul-Abadin Mughal, our newest representative. Zain did his matriculation from a private school in Rawalpindi and F.Sc in pre-engineering from a federal government college in Rawalpindi Cantt. He passed both the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Certficate (HSSC) exams with…

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A Peaceful Balochistan

Photos by Misri Khan We will be posting a series of photos we received from Misri Khan Khetran from Balochistan, Pakistan. Please spare a moment to appreciate the natural beauty of this area, which has turned from “Balochistan” to “Bloodistan”, due to the ongoing Balochistan conflict between Baloch nationalists and…

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Institute of Space Technology

By Hassam Hassan The Institute of Space Technology was established in 2002 under the aegis of Pakistan’s National Space Agency, SUPARCO. It provides Bachelors programs in Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Space Science. Currently the institute has attained 6th position among the top engineering institutions of…

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Keep Calm and Help People

By Abdulrab Habibyar Afghanistan Keep Calm and Help People: Photo-essay by our Photographer of the Month October 2012.

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University College of Agriculture, University of Sargodha

By Muhammad Awais Zahid University College of Agriculture University of Sargodha Amidst ‘The City of Eagles’ lies the University of Sargodha. The greenery and the university’s harmony with nature soothes as soon as one takes a step into its fields. Today, I being a student of ‘Agriculture’ have tried to…

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National Day Celebrations – Doha, Qatar

Photography by Amna Inam, our newest representative from Doha, Qatar. Stay tuned for more.

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Meet Mohanad, Our Newest Representative from Egypt

Meet Mohanad Hani, an amazing photographer and our first Representative from Egypt. Mohanad feels that we don’t see things as they’re, but as we’re. The thoughtful young boy is studying Sciences in three different languages: Arabic, English and French at Saint Marc College, Alexandria. He’s also involved in Active Citizens…

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The Beast within

By Ayesha Qaisrani Don’t we all have hidden beast within us? The one that lies and backbites? The one that is mean and selfish? A monster breeding within us that gains strength with every bad deed we do.

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The Pretty in Pakistan

 By Ayesha Qaisrani Lake Saif Ul Maluk So I know this place has been captured hundreds of times before, and more beautifully too, but the serene awesomeness of this place makes you just grab the camera and click away.

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Beautiful Nature

Photography by Biya

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To Isloo

Recently I happened to shoot a lot of things (not literally :P ) and I realized that we really live in a ‘post card city’. So, to Isloo.

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Baby, It’s All Good

By Nudrat Zehra Image source: What do you see when you look at me Do you see someone limited, or someone free All some people can do is just look and stare Simply because they can’t see my hair Others think I am controlled and uneducated They think that…

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