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Black magic woman in Karachi

By Mahim Maher

July 9, 2011 | 6:39 pm

Me on a bus in Karachi's busy Saddar market while on a romp with a buddy. Religion has been a journey. I get off at certain stops. Enjoy some parts of the ride. Change a few tyres. Get road rage. Take road trips.

“Do you sometimes feel someone is there,” the woman asks me. Her name is Asma Begum. She does full Ninja-turtle style hijab, smells of incense and the tips of her fingernails are just... read on

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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I am a 33-year-old journalist in Karachi, Pakistan where I work as the city or metropolitan editor for The Express Tribune, a daily national newspaper in English affiliated...

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