BY: ARFA MASIHUDDIN, M.B.B.S., BATCH XX The urgency of his footsteps echoed the fear pounding in his heart. As he quickened his pace, he could feel himself losing this deadly race against time. Carrying his life in his arms, he … Continue reading When Beggars Die
BY: SHAHZEB NAJAM, M.B.B.S., BATCH XVIII MANY years ago my grandfather gave my father a watch and my father gave it to me. It’s an old Omega De Ville — soft, brushed gold that catches the light just so on … Continue reading A Light Between Oceans
BY: SHAHZEB NAJAM, M.B.B.S., BATCH XVIII I REMEMBER the day I decided to become a writer. It was one of those endless summer Sundays in Karachi and I was bored, bored, bored. The grown-ups were in the den, going on … Continue reading Why I Write
BY: AFREENISH GUL, BATCH XX To read about the human condition is ever so heartbreaking as it is empowering. When we enroll in any academic program that aims to acquaint a few minds with the workings of the universe we … Continue reading Mental Health – What Are We Doing About It?
Nana, you lay on your death bed and I was nowhere to be seen. I know how foolish of me and for that I am sorry. Nani, you always gave me warmth, love and praise, all you asked for, was … Continue reading A Fool Hearted Apology