Computer Science Prof. Rajeev Motwani

Rajeev Motwani – Sindhi Brain Behind The Google

Prof. Rajeev Motwani was mentor to Google’s founders – Larry Page and Sergey Brin, when they were PhD students at Stanford University. There was a Sindhi brain behind the invention of Google, as the US computer science professor Rajeev Motwani, who played a key role in the creation of the internet search giant Google, was […]

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Shikarpur's Gul Agha - Computer Scientist- Sindh Courier

Shikarpur’s Gul Agha – World’s Leading Computer Scientist

Dr. Agha is Director of the Open Systems Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Professor in the Department of Computer Science Author of 300 research papers, a human rights activist and supporter of Sindhi language in science education, Dr. Agha argues that while orthodox religions and science are in serious conflict, […]

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Article from the August 22, 1973 issue of The Honolulu Advertiser written by Laurel Murphy, which describes the life story of Jhamandas Watumull and the Watumull business.

A Sindhi who built an Empire in Hawaii

A profile of the Watumulls of Hawaii, a Sindhi family that moved to Honolulu 106 years ago and is now among the island’s most prominent clans. The son of a brick contractor in Hyderabad, Sindh, Jhamandas Watumull first migrated to Manila, Philippines after an accident left his father significantly debilitated. Jhamandas stayed with an older […]

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R. D. Banerji – The Bengali archaeologist who discovered Moen Jo Darro

Banerji was robbed of credit for Indus findings and the accused is John Marshal – Indian author P. K. Mishra   Sindh Courier Exclusive The Pakistani archaeologists and most of those from around the world had always been quoting the name of Sir John Marshal as the discoverer of the ‘Moen Jo Darro’, the archaeological […]

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Bengali mathematician Radhanath Sikdar – the first to discover Mount Everest

“It was during the computations of the northeastern observations that Sikdar, known as ‘Bengali Computer’ rushed on one morning in 1852 into the room of Sir Andrew Waugh and exclaimed, ‘Sir, I have discovered the highest mountain of the world’. By TANVI PATEL Sir, I have discovered the highest mountain in the world!” These were […]

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Sadiq Gabol – ‘Rakhhwal’ of Rannikot is no more with us

Although not employed by Sindh Culture & Tourism Department or any other government department despite repeated requests, he continued to work on his own and looked after the treasure of Sindh. Sadiq Gabol, virtually, was the ‘Rakhhwal’ (Watchman) of Rannikot By Aziz Kachailo Sadiq Gabol, the world famous guide and host of tourists, visitors and  […]

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Bengal-born archaeologist Majumdar who lost his life in Sindh

Road leading to Gorakh be named after Majumdar to commemorate his painstaking work for the archaeology of Kachho and his murder in the same area By Aziz Kachailo Nani Gopal Majumdar, one of the great archaeologists of world, was born on December 01, in 1897 in Bengal but was assassinated on November 11, 1938 at […]

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