Reema Abbasi is an accomplished journalist with a career spanning 19 years. She initially focused on culture and lifestyle reporting at The News International before transitioning to cover crime and socio-political topics for The Herald magazine. Her career then led her to become an Assistant Editor and editorial writer at the newspaper Dawn. Presently, she contributes as a columnist and independent writer to international publications while also providing regular commentary on socio-political issues. Over the past decade, Reema Abbasi's writings have centered on promoting the values of secularism. In her recent book, "Historic Temples in Pakistan: A Call to Conscience," she aims to stimulate a dialogue that combats intolerance towards any faith and rejects the idea of religious supremacy. Reema Abbasi received her education at Sherborne School for Girls in England and St. Joseph's College in Karachi, Pakistan. In addition to her career in journalism, she has a keen interest in travel, arts, and culture. Her contributions to literature were acknowledged when she received the Rajiv Gandhi Award for the literary personality of the year in 2014 at the Fifth Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Awards.