Umm Saad lends meaning to your Tasbeehat and Dhikr. "The most beautiful names belong to Allah, so call on Him by them..." (Surah Al-Araf 7:180).
Rana Rais Khan reflects on the aftermath of the catastrophe that struck the northern areas of Pakistan on October 8, 2005.
Rana Rais Khan contemplates on the sincerity of those who take on the mission of inviting to the Deen of Allah.
"Our beloved Prophet (sa) warned us regarding Shaitan's efforts to ruin our Salah and instructed us how to undo his mischief," explains Atefa Jamal.
Hafsa Ahsan lifts up our spirits with an account of a Muslim leader, popularly known as the Tiger King.
Uzma Rizvi focuses upon the wastage of blessings bestowed upon us by Allah, accompanied by pragmatic solutions for their optimum usage and nurturing a sense of gratitude and obedience as a byproduct
Ayesha Ashraf Jangda explains the idea of Islamic Sukuk, an Islamic mode of debt financing.
Farah Najam gives us some ideas on how to create a disciplined class atmosphere that nurtures effective teaching.
Rana Rais Khan confronts the smokers with the sheer reality of religious and medical proofs regarding the harms of smoking.
What a wonderful place! Discover and explore the attractions of Oman with Rym Aoudia, a native of Oman.
Sahar Khan lists easy-to-follow tips to prevent wastage at home.
One of our readers advises us to get our hands dirty and reap rewards in this world and the Hereafter
Kids can be nurtured as good readers, explains Affaf Jamal.
Dr. Naseeruddin Mahmood (consultant Pediatrician and Neonatologist) suggests ways to poison-proof your home and maintain a medicine cupboard for daily care as well as emergencies.
I don't want to cover my head. What do I do?
In memory of the earthquake victims
The youth report about the 8th October 2005 earthquake
Sana Zahid and Umm Isam uncover the truth behind the chocolate-heart-flavoured Valentine's Day.