At Google Headquarter Washington, DC

with Bob Boorstin (Director of Public Policy) and Ben Blink (Policy Analyst) at Google Inc.

with Tony Hsieh (CEO of

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Thursday, January 8, 2015

Reham Khan's Profile

Reham Khan, 41, works with Dawn News, a Pakistan-based private news channel. She is a current affairs anchor with the channel and hosts the show In Focus.

Born in Libya to Pakistani parents, Reham, was educated mostly in Britain.

Ms Khan began her career as a weather forecaster at BBC. She later also worked with the BBC as a broadcast journalist. She has also been a breakfast news presenter with Sunshine Radio Hereford & Worcester in UK.
In 2013, Reham Khan moved back to Pakistan and joined the Pakistani news channel News One to cover the Pakistan elections.
Ms Khan has been married to psychologist Ijaz Rehman earlier. She has three children with him - Sahir, Ridha and Inaya.
Reham has a Bachelors degree in Education and pursued her Masters in Sociology. She later switched to a course in journalism and says that she paid for it by moonlighting as a TV projector for Legal TV for two hours a day.
On her website she describes herself as journalist, anchor, fighter.
Very fond of travelling, she says she is "very free-spirited." In her profile on BBC South Today, she said, "I was born in the middle of the Sahara desert while my parents were there and that's probably why I have a Bedouin spirit!"
Attacked and villified on social media ever since news of her marriage to Imran Khan became public, Ms Khan recently deleted her Facebook account. She has 89,700 followers on Twitter.
Imran's sister Aleema has reportedly refused to meet his new wife, after saying in an interview that he denied his marriage when the the family asked him about it.

Imran and Reham Khan tie the knot in Bani Gala

Imran Khan has married Reham Khan in a simple ceremony in Bani Gala today. The Nikah was conducted by Mufti Saeed at Imran Khan's residence. The marriage conducted today will be followed up tomorrow by distributing food in the poor and the less privileged of our society.

May this marriage bring blessings in the personal life of Imran Khan. Ameen. Congratulations!!

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Profile of Dr Mohammad Nizamuddin (Chairman Punjab's HEC)

The Punjab government on Tuesday appointed renowned educationist Professor Dr Muhammad Nizamuddin as Punjab Higher Education Commission chairman.

Professor Dr. Mohammad Nizamuddin earned his PhD degree in Population/Social Science from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA (1979), with fellowship from Ford Foundation New York. Early on, he has had the honour to be awarded with USAID-SIDA Fellowship for master’s studies, University of Chicago, USA (1969).

He has unique distinction of being awarded Sitara-i-Imtiaz by the present Government contribution in Higher Education in Pakistan. Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nizamuddin has credit a rich experience of working as the Vice Chancellor University of Gujrat from 2006 to 2014. He has also been given additional charge of Vice Chancellor of Government College Women University Sialkot in 2012.

Professor (Dr.) Mohammad Nizamuddin assumed the charge as Vice Chancellor of the University of Gujrat on 19th September 2006 on his selection by the Governor/Chancellor at the recommendation of a high powered Search Committee, comprising three vice chancellors and other senior officers.

Apart from teaching, he served as a member of HEC Curriculum Committees for reviewing and revising syllabi of Rural Sociology and Geography.

As vice chancellor of the University of Gujrat, he strengthened research and teaching skills of faculty and students with the use of IT and multimedia; developed strong linkages and student internships with government, industry, and the civil society to groom our future managers, leaders and policy makers Prof. Nizam brings with him an excellent academic and administrative record. He did his PhD from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Masters from the University of Chicago, and BA Honours and Masters in Social Work from the University of Karachi.

Immediately after completing PhD, he taught as Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Later, joined the UN system and had a distinguished career. Throughout his professional career, he has been engaged in managing and funding programs for public policy research centres and universities for capacity building of human resources in developing countries.

Professor Nizam have put in over 45 years of national and international experience in the field of public policy, research and educational development. Of these included: the service of United Nations System, academic and research institutions such as University of Jordan, Amman, Cairo Demographic Center, Cairo Egypt and University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He has also had experience of working national and international research organizations which included five years in SIDA (Swedish International Development Authority), served a faculty with University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and taught at the Columbia University, New York.


Saturday, January 25, 2014

Garden Super Hero Tales

"Garden Super Hero Tales" is the first volume in a series of 10 that will set the stage for 100 different veggies, herbs and fruit, to show their true super powers for a healthy diet. The books are inspired by the author's own son, Paul-Jules, who is the main hero of the stories. The reader joins the little boy as he explores the magical world of the veggies, who traveled around the world, and have many beautiful memories to share. Smaller children can still follow Paul-Jules's journey, through images by photographer Mihai Petre, and beautiful illustrations by Patricia Revita.

Author: Journalist, career woman, and full-time mom, Mihaela Lica Butler is Romanian, living in Germany. She's cooked since early childhood, and wants more than anything to ignite this passion for children around the world. A healthy diet is the secret to a healthy, happier life: Mihaela herself learned this the hard way, when her husband, Phil Butler, suffered a major heart attack. She now cooks mainly vegan and vegetarian dishes, to protect her husband's heart, and to inspire her little boy to stay safe from unhealthy eating habits.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Adele MBE

Adele Adkins holds her MBE for services to music presented to her by the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace

Adele has some serious hardware to put beside her Grammy and Oscar trophies. The songstress was at London’s Buckingham Palace on Thursday, where Prince Charles presented her with an MBE medal. From now on, I should call her Miss Adele Laurie Blue Adkins MBE. Congratulations!

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Measuring the Universe

Interactive installation “Measuring the Universe” by Roman Ondak in which visitors mark their height in black ink on a white wall, representing a star in a network of celestial bodies to symbolize the space each individual takes up in our vast universe.

World’s Most Powerful People 2013

In this photo taken on Saturday, July 20, 2013, Russian President Vladimir Putin fishes during a mini-break in the Siberian Tyva region (also referred to as Tuva), Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin outpaced his American counterpart President Barack Obama in the 2013 Forbes ranking of the World’s Most Powerful People. Russian and foreign experts try to account for this shift and explain its meaning.

Forbes ranked Russian President Vladimir Putin first and U.S. President Barack Obama second in its ranking of the World’s most powerful people in 2013, reflecting the perception that Russia’s credentials on the international stage are improving.

“Putin has solidified his control over Russia while Obama’s lame duck period has seemingly set in earlier than usual for a two-term president — latest example: the government shutdown mess,” Forbes wrote. “Anyone watching this year’s chess match over Syria and NSA leakshas a clear idea of the shifting individual power dynamics.”

Google Glasses

Sergey Brin (Google Co-Founder)
Google co-founder Sergey Brin demonstrating Google's new Glass, wearable internet glasses, at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco. Google is starting to notify 8,000 people who will be invited to buy a test version of the company's much-anticipated Internet-connected glasses for $1,500. 

The invitations are being sent to the winners of a contest conducted a month ago. Google asked U.S. residents to submit applications through Twitter or its Plus service to explain in 50 words or less how they would use a technology that is being hailed as the next breakthrough in mobile computing.


In the human experience, the relationship between a mother and her child is the closest to compassion. People call it love but it should not be called love. It is more like compassion than love because it has no passion in it. A mother's love for the child is closest to compassion. Why? Because the mother has known the child in herself; he was a member of her being. She has known the child as part of herself and even if the child is born and is growing the mother goes on feeling a subtle rhythm with the child.

If the child feels ill, a thousand miles away the mother will immediately feel it. She may not be aware of what has happened but she will become depressed; she may not be aware that her child is suffering but she will start suffering. She will make some rationalization about why she is suffering - her stomach is not okay, she has a headache, or something or other - but now depth psychology says that the mother and the child always remain joined together with subtle energy, waves, because they go on vibrating on the same wavelength.

The telepathy is easier between a mother and the child than between anybody else. Or, between twins - between twins telepathy is very easy.

Imam Hussein

No battle in the modern and past history of mankind has earned more sympathy and admiration as well as
provided more lessons than the martyrdom of Husayn in the battle of Karbala.
What renowned persons have said about Imam Hussain.

Thomas Carlyle (Scottish historian and essayist): “The best lesson which we get from the tragedy of Cerebella is that Husain and his companions were rigid believers in God. They illustrated that the numerical superiority does not count when it comes to the truth and the falsehood. The victory of Husain, despite his minority, marvels me!”

Edward Gibbon (English historian and member of parliament): “In a distant age and climate, the tragic scene of the death of Hosein will awaken the sympathy of the coldest reader.”
(The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, London, 1911, volume 5, p. 391-392)

Mahatma Gandhi (Indian political and spiritual leader): “I learnt from Hussein how to achieve victory while being oppressed.”

Charles Dickens (English novelist): “If Husain had fought to quench his worldly desires…then I do not understand why his sister, wife, and children accompanied him. It stands to reason therefore, that he sacrificed purely for Islam.”
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