About Lil Ole Me

Smiling JehanMy name is Jehan Ara. I am a person of average intelligence who can best be described as a pretty good human being, a communicator, an entrepreneur, a mild activist, a believer in the general goodness of people and an optimist.

I was born in Karachi but moved to Hong Kong as a child. It was in that vibrant and fast-moving city that I grew up. The kind of things that Hong Kong stamped on me were:

– a real appreciation for good food
– the importance of hard work, and
– the value of time (mine and everyone else’s)

If there is anything remotely angelic in my character, I owe it all to my mother who was the nicest, kindest and most beautiful human being on the face of this planet. She always wore a smile (even during the times when she was in pain due to the state of her health) and had a wonderful sense of humour. She had a kind word to say about everyone she met and her patience and compassion knew no bounds. We were lucky to have had a mother who taught us the basic lessons of love and sacrifice.

My father must be held responsible for teaching us the essential values of integrity, hard work, loyalty and commitment. Stories of his generosity and his hospitality have spread far and wide. Many a time I run into people in the course of my work who inform me that they have had the pleasure of staying at our home in Hong Kong. Should I tell them, I wonder, that the traffic through our apartment would put the traffic on our freeways to shame?

Amongst my vices, topmost is the pleasure I get in bestowing gifts on family and friends – this has earned for me the nickname “Santy Claus”.

What do I enjoy? I love to write, to talk, to read, to listen to music, to watch movies and go to the theatre whenever I get a chance. I love to travel – see new towns and cities, experience different cultures. I am a gadget freak and especially love everything “Apple”.

I am passionate about anything I undertake – whether it is the branding of P@SHA, the planning of an event, the development of a product, cooking a meal, counselling, working with younger people, or taking on a cause and pursuing it to the limits.

Amongst the things I fail to comprehend are the instincts in people to bring each other down, to be unhappy at the success of others, their inability to unite towards the achievement of a common cause and their selfishness in the pursuit of commercial or monetary gain.

Does this make me a social entrepreneur? I don’t know. I don’t like labels. All I know is that whatever I do, it needs to ignite in me a passion, an interest, a sense of achievement, of pleasure – a need that goes beyond mere monetary benefit.

154 Comments Add your own

  • 1. mohtashim  |  July 13, 2007 at 9:23 pm

    love the title!!! 😀

  • 2. Arifa Mashhood  |  August 10, 2007 at 10:02 pm

    Love the page layout!! I met Jehan in my third year at college (she was a final year student). The meeting was verrry interesting, but a separate story on its own. After an initial comic setback, we became the best of friends and have remained so ever since. At some point on this friendship path, we decided to become sisters and the bond has remained strong despite the miles or oceans separating us; when my cjhildren were born, she naturally beacme the godmother for both.

    Jehan, you are a wonderful person, a true friend, a lovely human being and the best sister ever!!

  • 3. The Pakistani Spectator  |  October 21, 2007 at 8:01 pm


  • 4. The Pakistani Spectator  |  October 21, 2007 at 8:02 pm

    Hello ,
    I hope you are fine and carrying on the great work you have been doing for the Pakistani side of WWW. I am Ghazala Khan from The Paksitani Spectator (TPS), We at TPS throw a candid look on everything happening in and for Pakistan. We are trying to contribute our humble share in the blogistan.

    We at TPS are carrying out a new series of interviews with the notable Pakistani bloggers. In that regard, we would like to interview you, if you dont mind. Please send me your approval for your interview, so that I could send you the questions. We would be extremely grateful. We have done many interviews with many bloggers from Pakistan like Dr. Awab, Kashif Aziz, Fahd Mirza and host of others.


    Ghazala Khan
    The Pakistani Spectator

  • 5. Farhan khan  |  January 1, 2008 at 6:37 pm

    I have worked with J in Enabling Technologies for 2 years during 2002 – 2004 and enjoyed working there and also learn a lot from her, and now is nice to see this page.


    Farhan khan
    Graphic Designer

  • 6. Shahida Saleem  |  January 3, 2008 at 11:25 am

    I read an article about Jehan, and decided I had to meet this woman!! She was 100% better than her write up. It’s been a pleasure, a privilge and an experience working with her in various capacities. Being a newcomer to Pakistan, there were many dissapointments,but people like Jehan renew my hope. Sharing her magic through the blog is a great idea!

  • 7. Mohammed Mudassir Azeemi  |  January 15, 2008 at 11:42 pm


    I came to know about your site from Green & White , just want to say that it is great to see so many Paki Bloggers specially in Startup and Entrepreneur arena.

    Keep up the great and superb work.

    Mudassir Azeemi
    San Francisco, CA

  • 8. Kashif Adeel  |  January 16, 2008 at 10:40 pm


    Just like mudassir i found your link from green and white…u guys are doing really good job in keeping us up-to-date about our IT industry…..gone through the eCrime blog and watched the videos…really interesting….

    do let us know about the happening IT sessions in Lahore …

    Kashif Adeel, PMP
    PMO, Allied Bank

  • 9. Qaiser Felix  |  January 18, 2008 at 1:11 pm

    This is Qaiser Felix. I am a journalist and work for AsiaNews Rome (www.asianews.it). You can visit this link http://www.asianews.it/search.php?l=en&status=find&numtab=&findkey=&author=Qaiser+Felix&date=&geo=&areat=&paging=50&go=Find

    To have a look at some of my stories.

    As I was searching for some information about ‘Electronic Crime Ordinance 2007’ on net, I came to know about you and your work. I must say you are a great women.

    I am planning a story about this Bill for AsiaNews next week. I guess you have a very good knowledge of this Ordinance. Can you tell me some more about this like how I can get access to Barrister Zahid Jamil’s report (full text) and can I get a quote from you for my report etc.

    Qaiser Felix
    Correspondent in Pakistan
    AsiaNews Rome http://www.asianews.it

  • 10. Mutahir  |  February 9, 2008 at 7:09 am

    Great Blog, Great written work ! Keep up the Good work


  • 11. Fariha Akhtar  |  February 12, 2008 at 11:08 pm

    People are really really inspired by u. You must check this link out:


    I just hope I don’t get beaten by this smart guy 😛

  • 12. Ain  |  February 14, 2008 at 2:42 pm

    prime example of ‘Plagiarism’.

  • 13. Suleman  |  February 19, 2008 at 12:12 am

    MashaAllah, its a great profile.

    I tried to look hard, but I couldn’t find your email address on the site. I am looking for an SMS application provider in Pakistan. I am Riyadh based and we’re trying to establish an IT e-services company here. I would high appreciate if you could advise us or guide us in some way.


  • 14. bibomedia  |  February 29, 2008 at 3:26 pm


  • 15. Riaz ur Rehman  |  March 7, 2008 at 4:11 pm

    Nice to see your blog which is very good. I found Jehan Ara very kind hearted woman. she is also caring and loving. i worked with her in ET about 2.5 year and i learn lots of new things from her innovative ideas and inspiration specially in multimedia sector.She did great job while she was president of P@sha. She is institute in herself.

    Best wishes!

    Riaz ur Rehman
    Sr Graphics Designer
    Folio3 (pvt) Ltd.

  • 16. sarah  |  March 20, 2008 at 10:02 am

    Hi…am Sarah. i was trying to find your contact address but coudnt do so.I have seen your blog and really like the way your present it with your individual style.

    I am from Youpark.com which is a mobile content provider selling up to 15000 mobile application and games. Our software house, Mobile Weaver ApS is based in Islamabad and Copenhagen. Being a new emergent in the mobile content industry we have been performing really well abroad. Presently our strategy is to introduce our company and its products further in Pakistani market.

    Regarding this I have written an article that I want to get published through your blog. Kindly let me know your acceptance and contact me through my email address

  • 17. Jehan  |  March 20, 2008 at 4:38 pm

    Hi Sarah. Thanks for all the kind words. I will email you directly so that we can connect. Must see you next time I am up north.

    Riaz, good to see you on my blog. Hope you are well.

  • 18. Sultan Hamdani  |  March 23, 2008 at 1:25 pm

    Jehan Ara, is one of the most energetic people i know of, she is workoholic, but is fun to be with.

    She is also one of those guys who has no ego and no favoritism, you can influence her if you have a point and you do give in when she has one.

  • 19. Dr Adnan Iqbal  |  March 26, 2008 at 1:18 pm

    Thank you very much for having an informative site and its good to lil know about yourself as well.

  • 20. Asim  |  April 9, 2008 at 7:17 pm

    Hi, this probably not the best approach for my query but i could not really find an email address for you. I am doing some research and I am positive that you can help me – VC firms in Pakistan? Is there an association or perhaps any other listing where I can get contact information? Would really appreciate your help in the matter. Thank you kindly.

  • 21. Aqeel Ahmad  |  May 8, 2008 at 2:03 pm

    Found your blog through google reader. Some great stuff here. I share your taste for good food.


  • 22. Sohail Abid  |  May 10, 2008 at 8:54 am

    I just opened pasha.org.pk and i was like WOW!!

    Its a very warm congratulations to you and the entire team who have thought out the new pasha website. Why have you not written about it here or I missed it? Its a really worth sharing news with the readers of your blog.

    Stay Happy

  • 23. Amaar Ikhlas  |  June 18, 2008 at 3:47 pm

    Dear Dr Jehan,

    We are a startup based in Lahore setting up a design and web development studio and are also publishing a Free monthly magazine by the name of The Fourth Article. We are regular visitors to your blog and find it very informative.

    I wanted to send you copies of our magazine. Would appreciate if you could send us your postal address.

    The magazine’s website is http://www.thefourtharticle.com

    We are also working on a contest based website the likes of which Pakistan has not seen. http://www.khelojeeto.com is the name. If interested I would love to share some concepts for your feedback.

    Look forward to your reply


    Amaar Ikhlas

  • 24. Jehan  |  June 18, 2008 at 8:30 pm

    Hey Amaar I am not a doctor 🙂 Just call me Jehan. Lovely magazine. Wonderful effort. I would love to receive it. My address is:

    Jehan Ara
    President, P@SHA
    172/P 4th Floor
    Najeeb Corner
    Block 2 PECHS

    Phone: (92-21) 541-8121

    The kehlojeeto.com site sounds interesting. Please do certainly share the concepts and I will give you my opinion such as it is. Must catch up with you guys next time I am in Lahore.

  • 25. Tehseen Baweja  |  June 18, 2008 at 10:18 pm

    Hey Jehan,

    Wanted to email you but the dumb me couldn’t find an email address or contact form 🙂

    Just like Amaar and others, we are trying to do a few projects as well and would be absolutely thrilled to have your feedback/guidance!

    The major one is http://www.vidpk.com. Right now it is a video sharing website for Pakistan(is), but we are moving it in the direction of a video social. I would love to get in touch with you and if possible, get your feedback on a few specific things…



  • 26. Jehan  |  June 19, 2008 at 6:30 am

    Tehseen, my email address is president@pasha.org.pk. Feel free to contact me if I can be of any help with feedback on the specific projects that you have in mind.

  • 27. Old Baba  |  June 29, 2008 at 8:07 am

    Cute pic you got there in your profile. Updated version would be appreciated. Thanks

    Old Baba of ICT 🙂

  • 28. Jehan  |  June 29, 2008 at 8:26 am

    Hey Old Baba of ICT, this isn’t such an old photo and all of us are allowed a bit of vanity. By the way, why hide behind a cload of an Old Baba. Come forward and tell us who you are. 🙂

  • 29. Muhamma Fahim  |  July 24, 2008 at 6:45 pm


  • 30. Arsalan  |  August 1, 2008 at 2:09 am


    I’m sure you will find the following forum post useful. It’s of an article about you, published in 1997.


  • 31. Jehan  |  August 1, 2008 at 7:21 am

    Hi Arsalan, So sweet of you to make the effort. Takes me way back – to another time. It was our very first large multimedia project and we are extremely proud ot if. Thanks a lot.

  • 32. Sajjad  |  August 15, 2008 at 2:06 pm


    Thank you for the wonderful speech at the ICIT. It helped renew my faith in Pakistan’s software industry.

    And also many thanks for including Orgoo in your presentation. It was a pleasant surprise to see us up there.


  • 33. Zaheer Ahmad  |  August 25, 2008 at 2:10 pm

    I attended the Pasha exb. 24th Aug at Avari Lahore.
    Thanks for such events. I hope in future PASHA will arrange such events at more higher levels where lots of SW Houses and Industry giants Google, Microsoft etc come and we share and enjoy the evet.

  • 34. Tahir Akram  |  September 1, 2008 at 5:30 pm


    It was great to be over there in event and I really brushed up for my stuff.

    A reminder! Please publish all pictures of the event on P@SHA website/your blog as soon as possible. I want to write a blog post for that event and I want to link the pictures. Presence of pictures is necessary to write contents. So its dependent on it

    I am getting late to write a blog entry for this 🙂

  • 35. Ali Muslim  |  September 5, 2008 at 7:50 am

    hi ma’am,
    nice write about.
    — ali muslim

  • 36. sana saleem  |  September 17, 2008 at 12:12 am

    Aww .. santy clause 🙂 the way you describe ur family really reflects how grounded you are with such things in life. generally people don’t learn to appreciate the goodness in their lives, and sometimes words fall short too. I am glad I stumbled upon your blog 🙂

  • 37. Quratulain Khalid  |  September 23, 2008 at 9:10 am

    Hi. Frankly this is the first time I am going through this site and honestly I came across this link through casually browsing the net since today seems to be an extremely slow day at work. I like the way you have described yourself and your background here in a very casual funky manner which gives an image of the sweet bright girl next door. I came directly to this page and was captivated with what I read so dont have much of an idea as to what this entire site is about so i guess i’ll stop dialect here and browse your web. Cheers!

  • 38. Shamim akhtar  |  October 6, 2008 at 4:48 pm

    Dear Jehan Ara,

    It was great talking to you thru Sama TV today and all the more i read you detail liking and dis liking now i have great desire to meet you.

    I am sure after meeting me you will understand that we share common values and ambitions.

    I LEAVE here my contact no for you just call at your convenience and we plan meeting and sharing more !

    mobile no 0300-8412983


    Shamim akhtar chair person women entrepreuner commity Lahore chamber of commerce and industry

  • 39. smohkim  |  October 21, 2008 at 2:41 pm

    I think the idea should be to expanding rather than limiting our vision. The idea should be to look out rather waiting for people to approach an organization (like yours). I am sure that there are a countless folks who wander off into nothingness right beneath our noses.

    I personally think (and i can be wrong here) the organizational structure follows ‘occupation’ strictly, where by grouping takes over ‘teaming’ and that in turn clogs the flow of something innovative.

    Those are just thoughts from a troubled head that is expanding, in one way or the other (and your write up had me tearing emotions :p/just a joke/).

    On a personal note, I appreciate the vision you have and you as a person.

    Sardar Mohkim Khan

  • 40. seorock  |  December 12, 2008 at 11:56 pm

    you seem like a very interesting person.

    good to know we have pakistanis like you around the world.

  • 41. Abdul Hameed Aslam  |  December 26, 2008 at 1:55 am

    I have been reading you in newspapers, your contribution in the field of IT. You have made all of us proud. I would like to read about you. First time I had chance to see your introduction. I am enjoying. What I have little knowledge about you, your an outstanding leader, your lead from the front as well as you lead by example.I wish to read your blog. I shall appreciate if you include me too.

  • 42. Faisal Omar Hayat  |  January 1, 2009 at 3:59 pm

    Hey Jahanara;

    I accidently stumbled upon your website and was glad to find about your exciting blog space. Well, the reason that I am writing this post is to seek your guidance in communicating and assisting the I.T. industry of Pakistan.

    I am an employee with the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan, Government of Pakistan and am assigned with the newly established Services Export Development Cell. I am an MBA by qualification, a brand strategist by passion and a trade marketeer by profession. TDAP is now seriously looking into developing and promoting the services exports of Pakistan.

    In this vein, we would like to meet the stakeholders of the I.T. sector. If you can kindly suggest the names of the people who we should meet to get a wholistic view of the industry, its problems, its challenges, and obviously how it wants the government to help it out.


    Faisal Omar Hayat
    Services Export Development Cell – TDAP

  • 43. Babar  |  January 17, 2009 at 9:17 am

    I visited this blog by chance, through a keyword used in one of the posting that interest me the most ;). This blog is so lively that I couldn’t resist participate.

    Congratulations on running a successful blog. Keep us the best work (Y)

    Love for Pakistan!

  • 44. Ahad Bokhari  |  January 21, 2009 at 5:10 pm


    Hi Im Ahad a Flash Platform Evangelist, and *Ruby on Rails Developer from Karachi Pak.

    Would you help me promote the Rails Development Stack here in Pakistan? Heres how you can do that:

    1. Post a screencast on your blog.
    2. Find out where you could help me post screencasts (CIO, other blogs etc etc)

    I believe in Rails (Twitter is based on Rails) and its an amazing development environment, all being controlled by the Command Prompt. Thus you can even add users to your database via the command line.

    If you could help me promote it that would be great indeed (being that you are GENUINELY interested in the growth of Pakistan and its people)

    Two other points here off the topic but related to your post.:

    1. We need to understand the fundamental concepts before heading into the meat. I.E. – if you cant design CSS based layouts how can you succesfully use Javascript or JS based Frameworks (SproutCore, *Merb, etc etc)

    2. People with a small minded and selfish approach DO NOT:

    – Spend the time to learn the job well.
    – Never gain the deep statisfaction of doing the job really well.
    – Never give anything back.

    There is a huge talent here, but its about refining that talent and doing it the right way. After all skills are cultivated over years and not months.


    Ahad Bokhari

  • 45. Ghalia  |  January 27, 2009 at 4:41 pm

    All Hail Jehan… who is hardly a ”lil ole me”.. she is a giant of a person, the sunniest lady around!

  • 46. Dr Muhammad Yasir  |  February 9, 2009 at 4:06 pm

    A wonderful layout with an excellent combination of colors.


  • 47. Seeme  |  February 18, 2009 at 5:08 am

    Hi Jehan,

    It is pleasure to see smart brains like you working n Pakistan.
    Good work, proud of you.


  • 48. Obi Wan  |  February 19, 2009 at 2:40 am

    Great stuff…you have got my business boosters fired up. Wanted to share a couple of Business Analysis (BA) links with you.



    May the force be with you.

    Obi Wan Kenobe

  • 49. Jehan  |  February 19, 2009 at 7:43 am

    I haven’t been to this part of my blog in ages. Thanks everyone for all the nice things you’ve said. I am but one cog in the wheel. We need to get the eco-system working so that each one of us can leverage off the strengths of the other.

    @Obi thanks for the links. Will certainly check them out.

  • 50. Sadia Maqsood  |  March 8, 2009 at 8:01 pm

    great women…i always like successful women like you..i found yourself very nice, pure and impressing….i use to read your blog posts, interviews in news paper and you tube. i use to watch your pictures and m much impressed finally i can say i am in love with you…

    Sadia Maqsood
    SEO executive

  • 51. Farhan Zafar  |  March 18, 2009 at 6:07 pm

    Assalaam O Alaikum Jehan,

    Probably you won’t remember me as i met you some 5-6 years back…at Enabling Technologies office at Zamzama. Me and my friend Moin came to your office to meet you for our Interactive Multimedia CD made for Macromedia Flash MX in Urdu.

    Though our project didn’t work good that time but we really were impressed with your great humble personality. I also remember, you showed me your new apple mac.i.e. iMac.

    Anyways…all my those time memories glow up whenever i see your pics in Spider 🙂

    May Allah (SWT) give you lots of happiness

  • 52. Khair-un-Nisa  |  March 21, 2009 at 12:01 am

    Just read your lovely note and before finishing it i adore your abilities already:)
    Unlike most people….I didn’t know about you till today!
    Feel very happy to know about you and your work.

  • 53. farrah  |  March 31, 2009 at 1:37 am

    Hey. I’m not going to use too many words here. To show my appreciation, visit my page:



    goto: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_n0xF9nZeFo

    🙂 cheers

  • 54. dushyant  |  April 7, 2009 at 6:15 pm

    loved to see here in this virtual world..best wishes…

  • 55. ragni marea kidvai  |  April 8, 2009 at 6:13 am

    why is:
    “i have the best niece in the world!”
    not part of your bio?
    just kidding.
    i love you.

  • 56. Wali Zahid  |  April 16, 2009 at 3:47 pm

    Lovely intro and good blog, Jehan Ara!

  • 57. Emad Mirza Rizki  |  April 17, 2009 at 3:04 pm

    One thing we share in common is Gadgets! but i go for reading about it in any new invention and find its implications!

    And one of my inspiration in life is to meet people whom what they are, the courage they carry, and want to know what inspires them in life and what drives them among all odds. Would like to meet you some time! and learn more;

    I have read many biographies in my early studying days, one thing i found common is focus and commitment towards whatever that inspired people. Thomas Addison after thousands of failed attempts became successful to invent Bulb. Lucky to read so many books and had the moment to analyze. On a different note want to do something about coming generations, What I sense in our society / Pakistan everything is competition, starting from primary studies, one kid never realizes until he/she meets the people abroad and finds there are other things in life better then competition. I try my level best to open up minds of students whom i meet and get inspiration from people like yourself and many figures like Dr. Ata ur Rehman, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, Akio Morita (SONY) my Father Zameer Mirza Rizki Famous Architect, my father inlaw Abul Khair Kashfi, Quad-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. and many more!! Perhaps i suggest to start a topic to read about whom and if you could share few more names to read.
    Best wishes

  • 58. temporal  |  April 19, 2009 at 8:40 pm

    good work

  • 59. Arsalaan Haleem  |  April 24, 2009 at 5:57 pm

    Describing JA in what lil I know about you, I would like to describe you in one simple word – LEGEND! – A legend that the Pakistani IT sector is proud to have amongst them.

  • 60. Farhan Nawazish  |  April 26, 2009 at 5:06 pm


    Jehanara, very informative and interesting blog, few days back you talked about a new payment system supposed to be launch within days of your post by Wateen & PTCL, do you have any updates on that ? or can you give me the concerned person contact in Wateen or PTCL as i am planning for a website that totally depends on quick and online webpayments.


  • 61. Fatima Ashfaq  |  May 5, 2009 at 10:21 pm

    Hello Madam
    just met you yesterday and i am left with sucha pleasant memory!
    It was a pleasure having you with us in the closing ceremony of NED -TechELITE-’09.
    hoping to see you in future events as well…:)

    once again thanks for coming …
    and for being sooo punctual:)

  • 62. BA  |  May 6, 2009 at 4:10 pm


    Been a keen follower for a number of months but this is only the first time i’ve actually posted here.. goes without saying that you’re doing a brilliant job!

    Having been really interested in the market on mobile initiatives in Pakistan recently i thought i’d check to see if anybody else has more information on an upcoming (presumably) solution by MCB Bank.. Haven’t been able to get my hands on the solution, but the URL is http://www.mcb.com.pk/mcbmobile/

    Anybody else here know more about this? I really like the website though (and the ‘app’ that springs up if you click Login).

  • 63. Bilal Zeb  |  May 9, 2009 at 12:26 am

    Assalm o Alikom!!

    Pakistani Blogsphere is growing & i feel happy to see that there is highly creative people in it, who contriute & share their valuable thoughts with the masses.

    Miss i am really inspired by the way you write. your blog is worth reading.

  • 64. Ali Nasir  |  May 26, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    I have just made up a website where all the people who dont have PayPal account can buy from eBay. Im a Telecom Engineer by profession residing in UK. I have just made a small effort to let The people have the access to 100 million products around the world.

    website is http://ali002.googlepages.com

  • 65. ifrah khan  |  June 3, 2009 at 3:48 pm

    it is While searching google i catch your blog & is really impressed with your way of talk. although i didnt know you but i feel happy to know that you belongs my own country.

  • 66. Tanveer ul Islam Qazi  |  June 5, 2009 at 10:38 am

    Aslam o Alikum
    Dear Jehan Ara I like you because my daughter is just like u. she is in 11th class in college. but she can not walk. her bones r too weak due to which they were broken many time. so now she is on wheel chair. but she is quite brave and hard working. she completes her high school education regularly. now a days she enjoys summer vacation.
    ok i tell her about you.

  • 67. Haleema  |  June 6, 2009 at 1:11 am

    I cant stop myself to say that your blog has a simple & wonderful layout.Yes, let me tell you that I visited this blog by chance & then realise to congrluate you on such a wounderful job. Women in pakistan are very talented for sure .

    Long live Pakistan!

  • 68. Humaira Ahmad  |  June 7, 2009 at 10:13 am

    Hey Jehan Ara

    I have wanting to stay in touch apart from seeing you at a PASHA event or bumping into you at an airport…this seems like a good way 🙂

    Let me know if you need help in any of your projects…despite moving to Training & HR, my IT roots are going strong 🙂


  • 69. waisybabu  |  June 29, 2009 at 1:51 am

    That was beautifully put!

  • 70. Abbas Husain  |  July 6, 2009 at 2:24 pm

    Dear Jehan,
    Thank you for the quote from Breakfast at DAWN… I was pleased to see that it caught your attention, and through this blog, of many others too!!! (in case you are wondering I am talking about the Qurbani quote!)

  • 71. shalini  |  July 7, 2009 at 1:57 pm

    I am a journalist and content writer from Mumbai. My family is originally from Karachi and it is so wonderful to find so much blogging activity there. I feel we here live in our own pond are blinded by what the official media tells us about Pakistan…surely though bloggers we can connect better to get a complete picture

  • 72. mohammad salman jamali  |  July 7, 2009 at 3:04 pm

    Proud Pakistani Scientist

    This Video clip belongs to the AAJ TV morning transmission in which Pakistans young Scientist / Graphics Designer / Scale Modeler / 3D Animator & Teacher Syed Adnan Ahmed Subzwari was invited as a Proud Pakistani.

    In this Clip he has shown his talent to the whole nation specially his research work in the free energy field. He claims that he has designed a fuel less engine which can help Govt. of Pakistan in the energy sector.

    Adnan has a very impressive background in different fields and he has received so many national & international awards

    Adnan’s e-mail

  • 73. Arsalan  |  July 7, 2009 at 4:24 pm

    Miss you are a genius lady. you have the GOD gifted ability to dig out the secrets from others minds.. 🙂 i have seen your interviews. its pretty informative. keep rocking.

  • 74. Muhammad Bilal  |  July 26, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    We are very glad to see your biography, blog, and activities. If we get a few more like you, I think we can have some good news coming out of Pakistan as well, rather than just the depressing stuff on regular TV.

    I appreciate your hardwork, dedication you are putting in to promote talent from Pakistan, which is a thing, we badly need to show the world, that we are capable to do Non-Destructive things. 🙂

    Best wishes

  • 75. Danish Hassan  |  August 5, 2009 at 10:20 am

    Dear Ms. Jehan Ara

    Hope you are fine

    I read your profile & I really impress to see you here & wish the success will comes true. With reference to your profile & experiences I want to require some suggestion to you specifically about NOKIA Pakistan. I am working in the Communication Agency of NOKIA Pakistan & wants to enroll the NOKIA in this blogging world by using the gate way of Pakistani Blogger for that case I need your support or recommendation to do this.

    Hope you got my objective.

    Looking forward your feed back.

    Danish Hassan
    Sr. PR & Marketing Officer
    Syntax Communications

  • 76. Yasser  |  August 11, 2009 at 7:26 pm

    Hi, Ms Jehan Ara,

    you got a very nice informative blog on technology, i will be following your blog

  • 77. She beat me to it… | Desi Back to desh  |  August 28, 2009 at 2:54 pm

    […] it comes to blogging to send a little bit of MAS your way, no one does it better than my friend Jehan. Now if only some of my other missing in action friends (yes, this means you Adnan), would wake up […]

  • 78. Shaista  |  August 29, 2009 at 2:28 pm

    What a delightful blog this is…its good to know you on twitter and even better to be reading your blog 🙂 Please keep up the good work…All the best.

  • 79. Irfan Akram  |  September 8, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    I know that your are the president of PASHA, but that is not a full time job, or is that? You did not mention which software/IT company you own? I was kind of interested in knowing that. It should have been part of this post.
    I have just watched your interview with Badar Khushnood and really loved it. Keep writing!

    Irfan Akram

  • […] About Lil Ole Me […]

  • 81. SEO Consultant Specialist  |  September 13, 2009 at 11:25 am

    Since I found your blog on Twitter, I have been visiting it quite often. I would like to appreciate your efforts to strengthen the image of Pakistan in the World in general and particularly in the IT industry. For the last couple of years Pakistan can now rub it’s shoulders with the leading IT outsourcing nations, because of the tremendous improvement in the communication technologies in Pakistan and good work done by some top IT firms and individuals. And no doubt, now we have some world class bloggers, as well!

  • 82. Computer Society of Pakistan  |  September 20, 2009 at 9:02 pm

    Eid Greetings from CSP to PASHA members!

  • 83. Web designing Pakistan  |  October 10, 2009 at 2:08 pm

    nice saying….such a beautiful and informative blog…Congratulations

  • 84. Web Development Pakistan  |  October 15, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    I was curious to know deeply about you …. it an honour to know many things about you, i really like your personality …. thankx for sharing this post ……

  • 85. Sumair Farooqui  |  November 2, 2009 at 4:34 pm

    Hi Jehan Ara Aunty,

    Just came across your blog. What great work. I love the space, and the energy it exudes. It is an awesome platform…….

  • 86. Samina  |  December 9, 2009 at 12:16 pm


    Youre neither little nor old. Your a towering presence amongst us, personally and professionally, as the eternal optimist who literally holds together an industry and all of us in it. Ive learnt from you, have been honoured to work with you and, in my comparatively much smaller capacity, hope to contribute in future to whatever challenge you choose to take on. I have such faith in your judgement that I would walk alongside you in whatever venture you choose to pursue.

    Stay strong my friend, and healthy, to continue your honourable trek thru life!

  • 87. Jehan  |  December 9, 2009 at 12:35 pm

    Wow. Haven’t visited the About Lil Ole Me section in a while. I am overwhelmed to find so many messages here. Will respond to each of them over the next week or two – starting at the bottom simply because it is the easiest way to do this.

    @Samina, I am humbled by your sentiments. I am driven by the excitement and passion I feel about this industry and the people in it. Whatever I have been able to accomplish has been possible only because I have had the support, advice, friendship and goodwill of so many – and you are certainly amongst those at the top of the list. Thank you for your friendship and for your support over the years. And stay well.

  • 88. Emad Mirza Rizki  |  December 9, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    Dear Jehan

    A lot is happening around the world in the use of IT (es), and many organizations are running operations better than yesterday and also turning to make money out IT & ITes, where does Pakistan stands in that arena, i.e. i read the report by PASHA, but i am still interested to know more about Pakistan potentials. I think someone should make a big map of Pakistan with pointing statistics about the IT (es) companies and effective use of IT(ES) across the nation. There should be discussion about the burning issues with suggestions coming in.

    Feels like we are not even good followers, however when there is success every one praises that is good but no one discusses the failures & their remedies where those people should go and check with whom, how they can do things correctly. I mean i see local companies spending billions of funds in buying solutions from abroad, that money is siphoned out of the country. We can make better and cheaper solutions in Pakistan.

    For the start I think lots of people trust you, i suggest you should make an private independent board or an NGO, God knows where the funds will come, but should have paid committed people in the advisory and consultancy for all aspects of IT & ITes industry. board can even have some support from abroad Pakistan should protect its interest by not letting others take the hard earned money by people. Local companies will come itself for advisory and Organizations can take real advantage from this board and board can suggest plan and help in deployments.

    I think idea can be refined and discussed in detail to make it workable. Or some initiative of this sort to protect the Pakistan’s Interest!

    I am not being critic, since have spent so much time in the Industry that i regularly see repetitive mistakes all the time by same situation; most of the occasion money, time and talent is wasted. Time is perished mistakes needs to be corrected.

    Best Wishes

  • 89. tahir  |  December 14, 2009 at 12:13 pm

    Assalam o alaikum
    Dear Jehan Ara madam

    My name is Tahir Yaqub and I am the SEO Manager at Sulata iSoft, the company maintaining MariaB’s web site. We appreciate all your patronage in the past and giving back links to Mariab’s web site on different pages.

    As you must be knowing that we have changed our domain from http://www.mariab.com to http://www.mariab.pk, I would like to request you to please update http://www.mariab.com links to http://www.mariab.pk on your web site.

    I understand that this will be quite a lot of task, but I would appreciate if this can be done. If you need my help in building script or queries to update the pages, do let me know, I will be glad to help.

    Best Regards

    Tahir Yaqub
    SEO Manager, Sulata iSoft

  • 90. Adrian Addesso  |  December 18, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    Hi Jehan! My name is Adrian and I would like to share with you some information about a cool project called Guerra Creativa http://www.guerra-creativa.com
    It´s a Crowdsourcing website for designs, where startUps and Business owners can afford really good designs at a fair cost. If you are interested, just drop me an e-mail.Thanks in advance!!

  • 91. Ahmad Ladhani  |  December 24, 2009 at 9:46 am

    Keep up the good work.

    May God blessed you

    Ahmad Ladhani

  • 92. Muhammad Raheel  |  January 10, 2010 at 5:49 pm

    Hello Ms. Jehan Ara,

    Your blog is very informative for IT tech guys.

    I’m Muhammad Raheel from Karachi. I started a free online jobs site for my Pakistani peoples to get jobs listings from Pakistan and also from worldwide. My mission is, to help jobseekers to find the jobs of their own choice, while providing a unique platform for employers to advertise different career opportunities available in their organization and receive Resumes/CV’s from the potential candidates online.

    I need your support for this site because I’ve good dreams for my nation. That’s true!!!

    Thank you,
    Muhammad Raheel

  • 93. Rabab khan  |  February 1, 2010 at 10:20 pm

    Marvellous! Im so glad I came here. 🙂 Wonderful work you’re doing here. It was good to read this about “lil ole”you. 🙂

    May God bless you.

  • […] Jehan Ara is one of the leading figures in bringing the IT revolution within Pakistan. As the current President of P@SHA (Pakistan Association of Software Houses Association), she has passionately campaigned for the causes of software houses to the international IT industry. She actively contributes to major IT events in Pakistan and is a wonderful person for supporting entrepreneurial IT initiatives and companies such as ours. […]

  • 95. Husnain Khan  |  February 21, 2010 at 1:05 am

    Hello there,

    It gave me a great feeling reading this blog. No hero type stories, no big words and without any imaginations, just a simple plain truth from an IT revolutioner!
    keep it up…!

  • 96. Emad Rizki  |  February 22, 2010 at 2:23 pm

    After a long time, I have come to conclusion that after careful consideration, IT people including stake holders should pool in to a website their ‘problems’ and ‘solutions’ anonymously, many can benefit from this and it should be published on TV channels. The website should be such that whoever contributes should be able to privately authenticated, and then anonymously published on the web.

    I understand many profit making businesses will not like this idea as eventually it effect’s their annual budgets and many unfocused profit making companies will be closed. Why spend so much does not make sense we can use that money where it is more needed like saving water making dams. Technology will flourish and new things will keep coming, but water and other resources will be perished.

    At present Pakistan has two windows one is the age group for utilizing resources, the other is Pak rupees parity against other countries. Later is not for long, but earlier is to be utilized within few years.

    I strongly feel the future of Pakistani kids on street and less previlaged is in real dark and they cover 80% of our population and our kids will be abroad. We need to create atleast a spark, the tipoff will come itself!

    Wishes and prayers

  • 97. Saira  |  March 7, 2010 at 1:49 pm

    Cool Blog;
    By a Cool lady,
    With Cool thoughts.

    Masha Allah

    Keep Rocking Jehan!

  • 98. entertainment  |  March 19, 2010 at 11:49 pm

    very impressive

  • 99. Jobs in Pakistan  |  March 24, 2010 at 3:22 pm

    You are really an inspiration for every one. Keep doing great stuff

  • 100. waqas ali  |  March 29, 2010 at 8:57 pm

    Salam maam…..
    Here is waqas ali from FAST Islamabd..
    You visit our campus some weeks before…
    i like “IT innovation in pakistan” …and i want to make a platefroum for students/professional so that they can make sense of it and take some advantage …….
    M y aims are purely to develop IT education in pakistan…
    plz help me and guide me to establish such kind of frame work…
    i have made a page for this have many fans ….

    plz don’t ignore it and process my request.

  • 101. Akram Butt  |  April 4, 2010 at 7:41 am

    Fan of your blog! Please do cover Corrupt Society of Pakistan http://cspians.wordpress.com To which body should we go when Government is imposing ban on import of used computers?

  • 102. Sardar Mohkim Khan  |  April 12, 2010 at 1:26 pm

    Interesting to read – I am interested in discussing a venture for Pakistan – would love to discuss it with you.

  • 103. Ehsen  |  April 17, 2010 at 9:57 am

    Nice blog.

  • 104. Sheikh Rasheed  |  May 22, 2010 at 8:07 pm

    Hello Madam, I am a big fan of your blog and to want to ask something to the present regime. If PTA can block Facebook, YouTube, proxies … why not block porn sites? On the contrary why not block the entire Internet and go back into Stone Age!

  • 105. Zohaib  |  May 24, 2010 at 4:54 pm

    Now i am eagerly waiting for have some food which should be cooked by you…

  • 106. Jesus Maria Alvarez  |  May 24, 2010 at 8:54 pm

    Jehan, I loved reading about your Mom and Dad. I see your Mom’s smile in yours. Good luck with the blog and everything you do!


  • 107. Usman Karachi  |  May 25, 2010 at 12:09 pm

    I am also from karachi. My nick name is karachi bhai. I am in love with you. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmuuuuuuuuaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

  • 108. Mohammad  |  May 25, 2010 at 11:25 pm

    Hi Jehan Ara…

    Just happened upon your site. Great stuff…let me tell you about some more great stuff that we’ve done.

    Moonitin is a technology that connects over 5 billion people, it gives access to the internet without an internet connection, requires no literacy, has no language limitations, can do ALL what previous/known forms of communication can do and do it better, faster and cheaper (free)…

    Have a browse its a wordy site…and come back to me if you’re excited.


  • 109. Safiia  |  May 28, 2010 at 1:55 pm

    Hi Jehan Ara! Please write a piece on “How secure are our cellular networks?” Seems like yagbu team just toasted ufone’s franchise server

    I am sure PTA and Ufone is going to enjoy this clip. Republic of Hackers and Nullers: http://www.yagbu.net

  • 110. Ali  |  June 1, 2010 at 4:59 am

    Dear Ms. Ara,

    I have been following your blog for quite some time now. The information in your blog helps me stay connected with whatever is happening in the IT World around the country. I am really thankful for your posts here which are always lively, useful & at times moralistic.

    I wanted to introduce you to an article writing portal we have created recently, mainly for the Pakistani writers.

    I would really appreciate if you were to contribute an article(s) to ezine.pk . It can be about anything but knowing you from this blog I would prefer that you write about the state of IT industry in Pakistan or pretty much anything that you find fit. It would be an honor to have you write for ezine.pk.

    I intend to establish ezine.pk as a neat & clean platform for Pakistani opinions, articles, etc. I will be looking forward to receiving a submission from you.

    I would have contacted you via a contact me page or email but I couldn’t find anything like that on this website.



  • 111. Mohsin Hijazee  |  June 2, 2010 at 12:11 pm

    Please do something about this:

    At least raise your voice.

  • 112. anonymous  |  June 8, 2010 at 2:15 pm

    I agree with Mohsin, why is no one speaking up about this here?



    Someone who is actually doing good work for the country is being treated like this!

  • 113. Observer  |  June 15, 2010 at 8:47 pm

    Dear Jehan,

    I occasionally visit your site/blog and always find something interesting; including already read stuff. Keep up the wonderful work you’re doing!

    Links shared by Mohsin and anonymous are agitating but then that’s exactly what one discovers when trying to dig into what’s happening in the Ministries; the corrupted tier which decides the Nation’s fate.

    Would like to hear your views in this regard; though i have a feeling that you probably won’t 😉

    Regards and Best Wishes.

  • 114. Usama Ahmed  |  July 23, 2010 at 6:20 pm

    Assalam – o – alaikum Jehan Ara,

    I have a question. What do you do for living. I mean how do earn cash to buy things. To be more precise in which company do you work??

  • 115. Jza Rizvi  |  August 12, 2010 at 5:30 pm

    Hi Jehan. I couldn’t find an email so I thought I’d write this up here. I really like your blog. I came across it while I was searching for pictures of Sabeen Mahmud. I posted a profile on her recently on my e-mag so I’ve linked 2 of your great articles on Sabeen. I also used one of your the pictures on your piece, I gave you full credit for that so I hope that’s alright? I’m thinking I might be a regular visitor from now on.

  • 116. Web Designing Karachi  |  September 7, 2010 at 12:05 pm

    I can see that you are putting a lot of time and effort into your blog and detailed articles!Easy option to get useful information as well as share good stuff with good ideas and concepts.Your blog is really excellent. It inspires the readers who has that great desire to lead a better and happier life. Thanks for sharing this information and hope to read more from you.

  • 117. Web Designing Karachi  |  September 7, 2010 at 12:32 pm

    Assalam – o – alaikum Jehan Ara
    Incredible post! Thought-provoking and very well written. Stay safe.

  • 118. SEO Services Pakistan  |  September 14, 2010 at 6:32 pm

    You are an inspiration specially for all women, who think they are productive but remains inactive, we really need people like you, who has devoted her life for information technology, i just want to say it’s good to follow people like you:) best of luck in your life!

  • 119. Usman Mahmood  |  September 20, 2010 at 5:12 pm

    Hi Ma’am,
    Its great to see people like you who are successful and doing a good job for Pakistan. Its the passion that drives individuals through ups and downs of life in their journey which is life.

    I have a small software company with the name of “Selinx”. We develop websites and web solutions. Our website is http://www.selinx.com . Currently, we are working on small projects but would really like to move on to bigger projects and permanent clients.

    Your advice would be very helpful for us.


    Usman Mahmood

  • […] is a summary of his interview with Jehan Ara, President at P@SHA. He shares his insight, experience and brings forth some really encouraging […]

  • 121. Mudassar  |  October 10, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    Hi Ma’am,
    Its great to see people like you who are successful and doing a good job for Pakistan. Its the passion that drives individuals through ups and downs of life in their journey which is life.

    I have a small Online Telecom News Articles with the name of “Telecom World”. We develop websites and web solutions. Our website is http://www.onlinebhatti.com . Currently, we are working on small projects but would really like to move on to bigger projects and permanent clients.

    Your advice would be very helpful for us.


    Mudassar Zafar Bhatti

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  • 124. adnan mir  |  October 27, 2010 at 10:43 am

    Impressive…..n especially u Jehan Ara as u r one of those pakistanis who are positively contributing in the development of Pakistan.

    best regards,


  • 125. Zaik Chohan  |  October 27, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    U r really nice character….. 😛

  • 126. Jamshaid  |  November 5, 2010 at 4:55 am

    AOA Ma’am,

    The only think i know about you is that you promote IT in Pakistan and for Pakistan. I (and also we!) realy admire your dedication and zeal.

    Since i am doing research in Semantic web [1] and got bit happy to see Pakistan #1 in Google trends searching for Semantic Web which is very encouraging that our youth is marching on the latest technologies and trends.


    [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_Web

  • 127. nazeeha hussain  |  November 18, 2010 at 10:37 pm

    I have you as a contact on gmail too. We met at the radio conference some years ago. I have been following you where ever i could and was happy to see you here . Liked your intro and was truly impressed with your tech expertise
    I am paranoid about dengue. and thats how I got here to your blog.
    I hope they discover a vaccine agains this soon.

  • 128. PK  |  November 25, 2010 at 12:13 pm

    I think I’m the first Indian who is responding in your blog. It is nonetheless true that LOVE is natural to all Human Being while contrary to that is a superimposition on the soul. Since no other creature has been betowed with the urge to change or to be better. No evolution for them hence no salvation is envisaged. Whereas it’s a privilege of human being to attain greatness through his pure thoughts, words and action. In Sanskrit it is elucidated very aptly that “Karmna Gahno Gatihi” meaning each Action has immense potentials.

    Your thoughts, words and action, in fact come back to you in equal measures as they are thrown into the firmament. There are only 2 types of actions. Either in the form of LOVE and Hate. Each action of a mother towards a child is love even when she spanks the child.

    Lets LOVE all including the enemy, so the BUDDHA said.

  • 129. SANA IRFAN KHAN  |  January 22, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    your blog is contains really lovely posts

  • 130. habib ullah  |  March 6, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    Very nice post.

  • 131. SEO lahore  |  March 6, 2011 at 5:46 pm

    Nice profile.
    Very impressive Jehan Ara

  • 132. lcd enclosure  |  March 30, 2011 at 11:35 am

    nice post my friend told me to check it and i found that he was not wrong thank you for sharing with us

  • 133. dinosaurs  |  May 2, 2011 at 2:28 pm

    a very good post by a great author only some people have the ability to write like this way

  • 134. Faizan Aslam  |  June 26, 2011 at 2:14 am


    Madam, glad to read about you. I am also an entrepreneur and have managed to start a small software solution providing company. Please guide me that how can I be a member of PASHA, what are the benefits and other things we can enjoy being a member of PASHA. Hope to hear from you soon.



  • 135. Alii Qureshi  |  July 24, 2011 at 12:01 pm

    Jehan Ara.

    I stumbled upon your blog and really like what you have done especially the p@sha.

    Keep up the good work!


  • 136. Amnah Khan  |  August 3, 2011 at 5:14 am


    I want to know if you hire any writers for your website?

  • 137. junaid Khawaka  |  August 12, 2011 at 11:36 am

    Being a SEO, I am big fan of yours…!!

  • 138. Mehrish Haleem  |  August 24, 2011 at 12:17 pm

    Dear Ms. Jehan

    Good Day!

    I’m one of the representative from Arena Multimedia, the institute which aims to educate the IT students or develop and polish their skills in softwares related to Multimedia & Animation industry.

    After reading about you I really would like you to be the part of our organization as a Business Partner to own Arena Franchise in any city of Pakistan.

    It would be a great honor for us, if we could have a person like you, helping us develop the IT sector of Pakistan.

    I’m eagerly looking forward to your response. Thank you


    Mehrish Haleem
    Arena Multimedia,
    Network Support Office,

  • 139. Shoaib Arif  |  September 20, 2011 at 2:41 pm

    Beautiful!!!!!!!! :))

  • 140. Bilal Qureshi  |  October 3, 2011 at 6:15 pm

    Wow, I only recently started getting interested in blogs and find yours to be one of the most informative blogs. My reluctance was always getting through the clutter but I feel like your blogs provide relevant information, especially for young entrepreneurs like myself.

  • 141. Tarik Rashid (@tarikrashid)  |  November 24, 2011 at 10:28 am

    Wish you Godspeed and best of luck!

  • 142. Rashad Shahzad  |  February 4, 2012 at 12:16 am

    Best of luck….!
    Beautiful Profile
    We met at Lahore 3rd HRD management Summit 2011

    Rashad Shahzad

  • 143. Muhammad Atique  |  February 4, 2012 at 1:07 pm

    While appreciating your blog, I would like to know about a gentleman Mr. Idris Kothari Vice President Vertical Systems Inc.. He gave a talk/interview which is posted in your web-page.

    If you have his cell number in Pakistan, do send it to me on my e-mail address given below.


  • 144. Ubi Ali.  |  February 11, 2012 at 1:11 am

    i wish to meet you. is it possible? or if you could give you your email so i will be writing in more details hope you will reply.

  • 145. search jobs in pakistan  |  March 17, 2012 at 10:59 am

    Had the pleasure of hearing you speak in Islamabad a few months ago and was quite an edifying little talk.

  • 146. Classified  |  May 16, 2012 at 6:37 pm

    As a seo m great fan of yours

  • 147. Farzal Dojki an Entrepreneur of a Different Class!  |  June 16, 2012 at 1:44 pm

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  • 148. sarwataj  |  February 10, 2013 at 7:15 pm

    Great lines :
    “Amongst the things I fail to comprehend are the instincts in people to bring each other down, to be unhappy at the success of others, their inability to unite towards the achievement of a common cause and their selfishness in the pursuit of commercial or monetary gain.”
    You have diagnosed the problem of our world.

  • 149. P@SHA: The Voice For The IT Industry In Pakistan  |  April 14, 2014 at 9:09 pm

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  • 150. 15 Of The Most Inspiring Women In Pakistan  |  April 24, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    […] An optimist, she is passionate about product and service development, new ideas and empowering youth and women in Pakistan. She has helped kick start several initiatives including the Pakistan branch of Women on the Web, Take Back the Tech, and Women’s Virtual Network, all of which aim to have some impact on improving women’s social situations and supporting their entrepreneurial […]

  • 151. Chohan  |  June 18, 2014 at 3:43 pm


    It is a pleasure to be writing to you and in all honesty, Jehanara.wordpress.com is one of the most innovative blogs I have personally come across in the Pakistani Blogging Community.

    So, who am I and why am I writing to you?

    Well, I am Chohan, a founding member at http://www.parhlo.com and on behalf of the entire team at Parhlo, we have found to have immense interest in your writings.

    Parhlo was established 6 months ago and ever since our prime focus has been on becoming the best social news and information portal all over Pakistan and across borders.

    As a result of this, we have done enough to gather a solidified audience on our website and now look forward to featuring highly influential guest bloggers from all over Pakistan.

    Hence, we would be honored to have your articles on our website and have yourself featured in our Citizen’s Voice Section and be heard by large audiences.

    Article Submission Guidelines

    * Articles Published May be on Any Topic Yet Should Relate to Pakistan.
    * All Submitted Articles Must Be of 600 to 1,000 words.
    * Name
    * Occupation
    * An Image to Feature with the Blog Post
    * All Articles Must Be Genuine and Never Published Before
    * All Articles Submitted Must Be Sent by Email to articles@parhlo.com

    Thank You,

    Project Head, Parhlo

    http://www.parhlo.com | http://www.facebook.com/parhlo | http://www.twitter.com/parhlo

  • 152. Muhammad Basim  |  November 23, 2015 at 1:38 pm

    Dear Jehan,
    I like your blog. You can also write on our blog as a special guest. You may find our blog at http://brandcohouse.com/blog which is an IT related blog. Basically My company BrandCo House is a Web Development & Designing Company. We are experts in Branding, SEO & Social Media Marketing. Do mail us at hello@brandcohouse.com and we will definitely promote your blog.

    Best Regards,
    Muhammad Basim.

    http://brandcohouse.com | http://www.facebook.com/brandcohouse | http://twitter.com/brandcohouse

  • 153. paperpk  |  January 3, 2017 at 12:08 am

    You are really an inspiration for every one. Keep doing great stuff and very good.

  • 154. Abdul Majeed Shah  |  February 27, 2022 at 4:11 am

    Salam Ms. Jehan Ara,

    You are an inspiration. Would you be interested in coming as a keynote speaker at TEDxNUST scheduled for March 24. The theme for the event is Contagious Inspirations. NUST, Islamabad would love to host you!

    Kind Regards,
    Abdul Majeed Shah
    Curator, TEDxNUST


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