Hajra Saeed

Hajra Saeed

Hajra Saeed has been writing for the past 20 years. During her career she has contributed to various leading newspapers and magazines, but currently writes for the special supplements of ‘The Nation’. She has written on a wide array of topics; however areas of interest are social issues, religion, philosophy and presenting a positive image of Pakistan. Has experience in copy writing, content writing, technical writing, screenwriting and teaching. Likes to read, do online courses as well as social work.

Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah: A Mentor par Excellence

The Inspirational Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Today is the 69th death anniversary of our one true leader i.e. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. He was without doubt an inspiration for everyone. However there was one segment of society that he greatly influenced i.e. the Muslim youth,…

HUM Masala TV Becomes First South Asian 24 Hour Cooking Channel!

HUM Masala TV 24 Hour Cooking Channel Launched in UK at London Halal Food Festival, 2017 HUM Masala TV is our leading cookery channel which for the past nearly eleven years has been providing Pakistani audiences with timeless as well as new mouthwatering recipes, which…

Saawan: A Pakistani Film That Has Already Won Three International Awards!

Pakistan is definitely making progress in its cinematic ventures as new genres are being experimented with, which is being positively received by the public. However one movie ‘Saawan’ has gotten international acclaim even before Pakistanis have had the chance to see it! Saawan: Making its…

Danial Shah and His Quest of Discovering Pakistan

Pakistan is a country of immense beauty and diversity of all forms at all levels. But we Pakistanis are not very knowledgeable, because it is not highlighted as it should be. However one patriotic individual wanted to find out, and so he set out on his…

Pakistani Guinness World Records (2012-2017)

Over the years Pakistanis have achieved a number of world records that have made it to the renowned ‘Guinness Book of World Records’. However it was during the Punjab Youth Festival (PYF) in 2012 (an event in which sporting and craft competitions as well as…

Call for Proposals: ‘Film Talents – Voices from Pakistan and Afghanistan’

‘Film Talents – Voices from Pakistan and Afghanistan’: Goethe-Institut and the Prince Claus Fund Collaborate Goethe-Instiut, Pakistan; the Prince Claus Fund, Goethe-Institut, Afghanistan; award winning filmmaker Till Passow and other professionals from each respective region have joined hands to offer aspiring film-makers in Pakistan and Afghanistan the opportunity to…

Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah – An Exemplary Humanitarian

From the day Pakistan was created till the day of her demise she wholeheartedly devoted all her time and energy for the people of her nation. It was her ardent desire to see Pakistan succeed at all levels; therefore she selflessly and relentlessly worked towards achieving…

Raj Kumar Gujar – Fostering Inter-Faith Harmony in Pakistan

Raj Kumar Gujar: A Journey That Started from Umerkot… Twenty-four year old Raj Kumar Gujar comes from Umerkot, Sindh. He shifted to Islamabad in 2011 and has done BBA (Hons) from SZABIST on full scholarship. In 2013 he was selected for the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program, (This was launched…