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To minimize harm from floods and droughts, we need to understand what water wants

As climate change alters the movement of water on land and in the air, a call for Slow Water Erica…

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Beauty is not an ornament to the good life, it is at its heart

We create aesthetic value that we can turn to in our worst times and our best or every single day.…

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He took his college with him

When Partition took place, most of the teachers and students fled the troubles in Sindh and the college remained closed.…

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Aryans did not invade India or destroy the Indus Valley Civilization!

They were not kings or military commanders. They had neither an army nor weapons. They were priests, traders and people…

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‘Made in USA—Ulhasnagar Sindhi Association’: How Sindhis created businesses after Partition

In ‘The Sindhis’, Mark-Anthony Falzon writes about how the community sustained business even in the direst of situations and refugee…

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Inflation Opened the Door to American Neoliberalism

Inflation is usually caused by one of two things: international devaluation or internal dilution of a country’s currency, or widespread…

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Songs for Sale

The first decade of the American century would see the creation and rapid rise of the music industry, which, once…

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Considering the Automobile’s Influence on Society

A new world is on the way and it will not be as good as the old one made by…

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G. M. Syed’s India Visit

Anand Hingorani said to him in good humor: “I have come to protest. You had moved the resolution in favor…

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