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Residential Segregation in Mithi and Karachi

The structure of Mithi Town, in Tharparkar, is built around caste neighborhoods, and even today no family that belongs to…

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Observations of an Expat: Unholy Alliance

The alliance, however, may now be facing the downward slope. A poll taken just after the Supreme Court decision showed…

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America and the Religion of Whiteness

In the U.S. today, two-thirds of white Christians practice a “religion of whiteness,” a new study finds. BY MICHAEL O.…

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Observations of an Expat: I am an Immigrant

If you are born to a country your acceptance is automatic. As an immigrant you have to constantly prove your…

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‘Malice towards One and All’

The Weekly editor had later softened the blow to Sindhi pride, acknowledging that they duly return the compliment, substituting Punjabis…

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Observations of an Expat: US Elections and 6 January

The Congressional committee investigating the 6 January Capitol Hill Riots is going public in a big way. By Tom Arms…

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History of English literature is the Autobiography of English People

History, is made up of the works of individual writers, and whatever individual writer conceives from society. Rashid Chandio Literature…

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SAFER FOOD, BETTER HEALTH

Unsafe food particularly affects the most vulnerable groups: pregnant women, children under five, elderly and people with compromised immune systems.…

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A healthy diet is a key to a healthy life

June 7 marks World Food Security Day. This day plays a significant role in emphasizing the importance and need for…

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PROFILE OF SINDHI PATIENTS IN MY PRIVATE PRACTICE

Many genetically transmitted diseases are common in Sindhis. These include ischaernic heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, thalassaemia minor, G6PD deficiency, obesity…

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