I am a journalist, freelance writer/blogger from Islamabad, Pakistan.
Learning about diverse cultures and civilizations is one of my passions that compels me to explore my city culturally and socially. I blog at Islamabad Diary and write for daily Pakistan Observer, covering a range of areas including Social Affairs, Culture, Environment, Women & Children issues. My life is largely dedicated to people around me, books, music, movies, and nature.
Latest posts by Sana Jamal
31 December 2012
Through social media, the face of 20-year-old Shahzeb Khan has become a symbol of hope against Pakistan's powerful Feudal-elites, who live with impunity, above the law.
28 November 2010
Some Pakistanis find themselves concerned over the case of Aasia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy, the same way as they are distressed over the detention...
2 October 2010
A recent verdict by a Federal Court in Manhattan, sentencing Pakistani neuro-scientist Dr. Aafia Siddiqui an imprisonment of 86 years, has sparked reactions all over the world. Dr. Siddiqui was...
29 August 2010
23 August 2010
Pakistanis are in shock as the news and video of the brutal mob-lynching of two teenage brothers in front of police and an enthusiastic crowd in Sialkot were aired on...