Circles of light One sweltering summer we invited our partners in Thailand for a round of meetings in Karachi. The year was 2006 and the city was mostly dug up as newly found money for development made way for flyovers, underpasses, road extensions and traffic
Of sunshine, sparks and dreams. It was a small room that could fit four rows of chairs length wise, three across. A makeshift stage had been set in the front by pushing the furniture aside. A class room, you thought automatically. Whiteboard, projector, sitting tables.
The startup scene in Karachi. I came back home (Karachi) in 2003 and for a list of odd reasons decided to decline two respectable offers to shift to startup mode again. The first two years were a slog. The network I had left when I
Ten Things to do in Karachi when you are dead (with apologies to “Things to do in Denver when you are dead”) 1. Salivate at the F-104 Star Fighter at the Karachi Air force Museum I suffer from Larry Ellison syndrome. Most geeks dream of
Every now and then, this lovely city of ours grabs me by the neck and pleasantly surprises me. This Saturday armed with a camera and a trusted partner in crime, I ventured through an unassuming door on Stadium Road for just such a surprise. For