Just as Sindh’s past cannot be reduced to the history of one community, one sect or one faith, so should we aim for an inclusive present for the province.
The breakneck speed at which Delhi is growing was triggered by the arrival of refugees from Punjab, Sindh and the North-West Frontier Province.
An excerpt from Unbordered Memories: Sindhi Stories of Partition, edited and translated by Rita Kothari.
Sindhis, who had become homeless and penniless overnight, built schools, colleges and became doctors, helping not only themselves but countless others.
Stories of resilience through the heart of the country along the Indus Highway.
Despite having the best water infrastructure in the country, Sindh has high poverty and malnutrition levels due to the manipulation of water outlets for the benefit of the rich and powerful.
Long banished from the literary canon, Saadat Hasan Manto was probably amongst the few great writers who wanted to make a living out of writing.
Abdul Wahid Baloch’s teenage daughter waits on the roof of their house every night for her father to return.
How internal discord in the Muttahida Qaumi Movement could spell doom for Pakistan’s maximum city.
The explosion occurred as over 100 people gathered to mourn a lawyer who was shot dead earlier today. Motives for the killing and subsequent blast remain unclear.
Girl claims plans to develop dirty coal deposits will exacerbate climate change and deprive future generations of the right to healthy life.
It is not as if my motherland has turned conservative or that peace has failed. If anything has failed, it is the state which is refusing to protect its own citizens.