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Meet the women fighting Myanmar’s junta

[This week, Myanmar’s military junta launched two consecutive days of airstrikes on the headquarters of the Chin National Front, an…

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What was the Indus Valley Civilization?

The Indus people did not simply disappear. The Indus Valley Civilization never really ended – Belcher By Tom Garlinghouse The…

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Anti-Colonial Activists, Mosques and Mystics Of Amrot Sharif

The shrine of Maulana Taj Mahmood Amroti is frequented by many people, who come from different districts of Sindh, Balochistan…

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Floating solar power could help fight climate change

Covering 10% of the world’s hydropower reservoirs with ‘floatovoltaics’ would install as much electrical capacity as is currently available for…

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Tongue-tied in Sindhi

This lack of interest from young parents has resulted in the two remaining government-run Sindhi-medium schools shutting in Ahmedabad Rutam…

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Kot Diji Fort: A Hidden Heritage Site in Khairpur

The fort was built by the Sohrabani Talpurs of Khairpur. They stopped the Durranis of Afghanistan from ransacking Sindh and…

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Indus Chronicles in Sukkur

The stories associated with Sadh Belo temple are stories of the river itself. Sadh Belo on the Indus is an…

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Victoria Clock Tower and the Christian Cemetery of Jacobabad

The Brigadier General John Jacob C.B. Christian Cemetery houses quite a few graves, but none is as significant as that…

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Celebrating women fighting for their rights

Honoring the work of activists helping to protect women’s rights, which once again, came under attack in many countries throughout…

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From Sindh: So near and yet so far

The collection of the Mumbai museum consists of ‘merchant devotee’, ‘five large, seated Buddha images, 297 molded bricks and architectural…

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