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.


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…


Salima Begum – One of the Ten Best Teachers in the World!

Salima Begum: A Champion of Girls Education in Gilgit For the first time, a Pakistani was in the top ten finalists of this year’s ‘Global Teacher Prize’. Salima Begum was selected from amongst 20,000 applicants worldwide. She hails from a remote village ‘Oshikhandass’ in Gilgit,…


The World’s First Online Urdu Thesaurus

An Urdu Thesaurus at Your Fingertips! For the first time in the world an online Urdu Thesaurus was launched in Pakistan. It is proving to be a very helpful resource for those who read and write in Urdu, that is why in the past five months…


The Quest to Save the Snow Leopards of Pakistan

Snow Leopards – An Endangered Species Snow Leopards live in arid mountain areas and are found in only Central Asia, however due to human interference, today only an estimated 3,920 to 6,390 exist. They are highly intelligent and unique creatures with a non-aggressive behavior towards…