Chinese experts disapprove the way ration is being distributed in Sindh

In meeting with Murad Shah they said ‘Distribution of food should also be made in isolation; crowds in any kind would destroy the efforts’ New 50 cases of coronavirus detected, two more expired raising death toll to 20 Staff Report Karachi: A nine-member medical experts’ delegation of China, led by Mr. Ma Minghui, has disapproved […]

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‘Taung Graveyard’ – centuries-old forsaken necropolis of Sindh

The historic site is located 130km off Karachi-Hyderabad Motorway north of Thana Bula Khan; there are more than 392 tombstones that dot the landscape of the area Sindh Courier Feature It was in July 2018 that Mr. Manzoor Kanasro, Director General, Antiquities & Archaeological Department of Sindh announced on his Facebook wall that a team […]

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Now Sindh has Coronavirus cases in its 19 districts

Districts include Hyderabad, Jamshoro, Badin, T. M. Khan, Sujawal, Dadu, Benazirabad, Sanghar, Naushehro Feroze, Sukkur, Ghotki, Larkana, Jacobabad, Karachi East, West, South, Central, Malir and Korangi Heads of private sector hospitals suggest Chief Minister Murad Shah not to ease off lockdown even after April 14 Karachi: The number of coronavirus cases in Sindh rose to […]

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Sufi Sangat helps needy families during lockdown in Tharparkar

So far 200 ration bags containing edibles for two weeks have been distributed in  remote areas By GR Junejo Mithi: With the help of the donations and contributions received from different circles, ‘The Sufi Sangat’ has distributed ration bags in various remote areas of Tharparkar district including Nenisar, Nehari Je Wandi, Soomra Colony, Khenroi, Vichhra, […]

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Remembering Taj Langah – An Icon of Seraiki Rights’ Struggle

By M. Ijaz Ur Rehman Bahawalpur: Due to the unprecedented crisis of Covid 19, the death anniversary of Pakistan Seraiki Party (PSP) founder known as ‘Rahbar-e-Seraiki’, Barrister Taj Mohammad Khan Langah and party’s foundation day annually observed on 7th April at Multan was postponed this year. Nevertheless, his family members and hundreds of dedicated party […]

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‘The Decameron’ – the tale of 10-day collective self-isolation of 7 girls and 3 boys

Ten friends hole up in a secluded villa outside of Florence to escape the Black Death in 14th century. To pass the time as they wait for the plague to subside, they tell each other stories for ten long days. By Nasir Aijaz The people of Sindh are experiencing third week of lockdown imposed by […]

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Coronavirus: Don’t just debunk misinformation

Four tips for journalists to navigate the COVID-19 ‘Infodemic’ By ANITA MAKRI As the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus began to spread more rapidly around the world in February, the World Health Organization (WHO) deployed the term ‘infodemic’ to describe the information and misinformation circulating alongside it. Many rumors, myths and falsehoods have made the rounds — and […]

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