Between London, Lahore, and Washington, I have covered many stories and global events for top news media brands. Working as journalist in several countries has shaped me as a communications professional with a profound sense of shared challenges i.e. climate crisis, poverty, and inequity. My writings, photography, and videos bring a cultural lens on these global problems. Check out my recent works and get in touch for top quality multimedia content from D.C.-Virginia-Maryland area.
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Tribe Fighting Big Poultry Joins Activists in Washington Fighting for Climate and Justice
Donna Chaves belongs to the Lumbee Indigenous tribe in eastern North Carolina. The threats to her community from industrial hog and poultry operations spurred her to join Indigenous and climate activists from across the U.S. who came to Washington D.C. for weeklong climate protests.
Police Arrest Climate Activists Demanding Fossil Fuel Free Future
Police rounded up dozens of climate activists in an attempt to break the sit-in by the protestors at the Department of Interior, demanding that the Biden administration follow through on its promise to transition away from fossil fuel-based economy.
Congressional Leaders, Climate Activists Reject Carbon Capture as Cover for Fossil Fuel Industry
As Congressional Democrats and Republicans spar over the bipartisan infrastructure bill, climate activists and political progressives gathered outside the Capitol urging the Biden administration to build a 100 percent fossil fuel-free economy.
Does climate movement need billionaire like Tom Stayer?
In an interview with Real News Network, climate philanthropist Tom Steyer presents his case on whether Joe Biden’s plan on climate change is really progressive and, if elected, whether Biden can get the United States back in the global leadership role on climate issues.
Faith and the fight against climate change, Part 3
What does the Quran say about the relationship between human beings and the natural world—and how might this message inform how faith communities participate in the wider conversation around environmental justice? Aman Azhar talks it out with Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, author of the book “Green Deen.”
Faith and the fight against climate change, part 4
In the final episode of this series, Aman Azhar asks: what value do faith-based community groups have in addressing the climate crisis and why is it that we don’t hear much about faith groups’ engagement with political action on these contemporary issues?
Interview with Former US Ambassador Cameron Munter
Interview with the former US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter, who was the top US diplomat in Islamabad when the American special forces captured and took out Osama bin Laden from garrison town not far from Islamabad. In this wide-ranging interview, I ask Ambassador Munter about how India's decision to end Kashmir's relative autonomy impacted diplomacy and geo-strategic alliances across South Asia and beyond.
Aman Azhar Quizzes Former US Assistant Secretary of State Richard Boucher
Former US Assistant Secretary of State Richard Boucher is no stranger to global politics and diplomacy. He was instrumental in patching differences between Pakistan's former military dictator Gen. Musharraf and his political rivals. Senior journalist Aman Azhar interviews Ambassador Boucher and asks him about emerging power play in South Asia, US approach towards Pakistan, peace building efforts in Afghanistan and fate of Shakil Afridi who was instrumental in identifying Osama bin Laden in Abbotabad.