PHOTO BY : ALINA ISHAQUE, M.B.B.S., BATCH XXI. “Together we can face any challenges as deep as the ocean and as high as the sky.” ~Sonia Gandhi. Advertisements Continue reading Alone with me.
BY : HAMNA KAMRAN, M.B.B.S., BATCH XXII. I awake to the delectable aroma of Sheer, wafting through the slightly ajar door of my room. The slight glimmer of the sun visible over the window is consolating today, since it does not make me squint. There is something exuberant and festive about the air. It is in that moment the truth hits me, and I throw off the comforter with vigour, as I leap off the bed with a cry of “IT’S EID!” The soft jingle of my mother’s bangles and clatter of heels, precede her. She brings with her my new crisply … Continue reading IT’S EID.
PHOTO BY : SAFA YOUNIS, M.B.B.S., BATCH XX. It’s a day of rejoicing and bliss, it’s a day of blessing and peace, it’s a day to reflect and ponder, it’s a day to celebrate together! Continue reading EID-UL-FITR’18
PHOTO BY : SHAHZEB NAJAM, M.B.B.S., BATCH XVIII. “A hundred years hence, or ever so many hundred years hence, others will see them, Will enjoy the sunset, the pouring-in of the flood-tide, the falling-back to the sea of the ebb-tide.” — Walt Whitman, Crossing Brooklyn Ferry (1856) Continue reading Manhattanhenge
I’ve only performed on stage before an audience twice. Both times have been in the Talent Show at Ziauddin. My previous performances were very professional, there are no cheering crowds when I’m doing my routine, the only sound coursing through my eardrums is that of music. However; on Stage, is a demonstration. Contrary to poplular belief, it doesn’t distract me, instead the energy of people makes me want to do better. How I do this is by not responding to the external clamour with mental commentary. Focus is integral for it; studies show that the frontal lobe of the brain … Continue reading Transient Hypofrontality
PHOTO BY: MUHAMMAD RAFAY AKHTER, D.P.T., BATCH VI “He is the Lord of both points of sunrise and both points of sunset.” 55:17- Quran. Continue reading Sunset//Sunrise
BY: MUSEERA IRFAN, B.D.S., BATCH IX. one of the things I absolutely love about art is it’s messy it’s all over the place there’s no semantics no rules no straight lines no regulations you can go wild absolutely free let … Continue reading Art
“I think when you’re in this subject, there are two things that can happen. Either you just stop believing in God at all, or you do and with that really understand the actual spirit of life. And I’ve seen people in forensics on both opposites of the spectrum. Being in this department and having seen all that I have, it has made me realize that it’s only the love you give and the good deeds you perform that last. That’s why things like being bitter, or hating people, or expressing anger or abusive language; these things aren’t going to help … Continue reading Forensics – Part 2
ARTWORK BY: ZAINAB RABAIL, M.B.B.S., BATCH XXII “Over every mountain, there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley.” -Theodore Roethke Continue reading From the Valley
“I once had an autopsy case of a young girl. Her father had lodged a complaint with the police in which he told the story that his daughter had gone missing, they found out she’d been kidnapped, and when they … Continue reading Forensics – Part 1