How I became a Sindhi

I am so fortunate that, though I was born in Bharat, my family environment and the books I read introduced…

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Institutionalized slavery in the Muslim regimes (Part-I)

While the trade of slaves was not unknown in India, the scale of slavery in India was extremely small in…

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The Belt and Road Initiative in Pakistan: New Trade Routes and a New Cold War?

The United States’ global hegemony is based on its military dominance. This guarantees the dollar’s use around the world as…

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Unpacking outcomes of UN Climate Change Conference in Egypt

Incorporating loss, damage in COP27 document is big win but experts see gaps from failure to address payment mechanisms, to…

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UNRULY SAINT – THE BIOGRAPHY OF DOROTHY DAY

Day criticized the church she loved throughout her life, calling out its hypocrisy and pushing it to do better. BY…

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Remembering a Great Scholar Niranjan Khilnani on his 100th birth anniversary

Like his father and grandfather, Niranjan Khilnani had earned a fame and authored several books on history, national and international…

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Jandi – The lacquer work of Hala and the plight of craftsmen

The traders, selling lacquer work items at higher rates in the market, do not pay craftsmen sufficiently.      Muhammad Habib…

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Korea produces film on its freedom fighter Ahn Jung-geun

Ahn shot and killed Ito Hirobumi, Japan’s first prime minister and resident-general of Korea, on Oct. 26, 1909, at Harbin…

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Zulfiqar Ali Kalhoro’s Book on Sindh’s Sufi Heritage

The book is the result of the author’s 24 years of fieldwork and research on shrines located in various districts…

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From Kazakhstan to Egypt: Medal of Honor for Ashraf Aboul-Yazid

Ashraf is being honored with the medal of the International Commonwealth of Peoples’ Diplomacy Kazakhstan for his contribution to the…

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