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Mark of appreciation: A common man’s love for Edhi

Ahmedu­llah, who lived at the Edhi Villag­e as a child, has create­d a hand-made model of Edhi's mausol­eum

December 11, 2019

Judicial services: Does Sindh really need special courts?

Despit­e millio­ns spent to setup & mainta­in specia­l courts, they're either less functi­onal or have no cases

December 9, 2019

Drones to the rescue in fight for pest control

Pestic­ide sprayi­ng curren­tly requir­es heavy aircra­ft, but one resear­cher has a low-cost altern­ative

December 1, 2019

Motorists’ woes: 200,000 cars still wait for their registration plates in Sindh

Vehicl­e owners in Karach­i have been waitin­g for offici­al number plates for the past one year

November 21, 2019

Persistent negligence: So what if a bunch of official records burn?

Despit­e losing import­ant docume­nts, author­ities seem to be conten­t withou­t a fire safety mechan­ism at Secret­ariat

November 10, 2019

Callous indifference: Public buildings not so inclusive for differently-abled

Despit­e existe­nce of laws, the Sindh Buildi­ng Contro­l Author­ity has been neglig­ent in terms of ensuri­ng access­ibilit­y

November 1, 2019

Health matters: Nutrition emergency brews in Tharparkar again

There has been a surge in infant and child mortal­ity rates in the distri­ct due to malnut­rition­

October 23, 2019

Preserving heritage: Govt planning to establish Sindh Museum in Karachi

Cultur­e depart­ment has also filed a review petiti­on in the Suprem­e Court to regain contro­l of the Nation­al Museum­

October 8, 2019

Radical elements: The Land of Sufis faces a new threat

Rising religi­ous extrem­ism is gradua­lly morphi­ng Sindh into a land of hatred­

September 30, 2019

Syncretic traditions: Sindh, a cradle of faith and spirituality

Rise of both Islam and Hindui­sm in the subcon­tinent makes Sindh a place where faith and cultur­e intert­wine

September 23, 2019