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American Military had set foot in Karachi during WWII

To deliver large quantities of supplies to the British India Army in Assam and the Chinese Nationalist Forces in Western…

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The Notani Dynasty of Bhiria, Sindh

The Notanis were Anbardars or the Revenue Collectors of Talpur rulers of Sindh. They had also agriculture lands in Jati,…

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Sindhi monks had attended 2nd and 3rd Buddhist councils in 278 and 253 B.C.

The stupas in Sindh are either hemispherical, semi-rectangular heaps and cylindrical in the shape of towers. The structures of the…

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Colonial officers thought ‘If Lahore is saved, the Empire is saved’

Colonial officers understood the importance of maintaining their position in Lahore under all conditions. The rebellion never really gained momentum…

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The Hurs: Once a Criminalized Tribe in Sindh

The author had visited Sanghar district during 1990s in connection with building Chotiari Reservoir in Makhi Lake area where she…

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The 1857 Rebellion and the Pakistan

The fact is that most landowners in what is now Pakistan supported the British and were well recompensed for their…

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A forgotten story of rebellion in British Raj

During the 1857 Uprising, Karachi also played an important role. The infantries stationed here also schemed to attack the British…

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Lohana Kings of Kashmir and Kabul

The roots of the disciples of the Isma’ili Aga Khan and Hindu Lohanas are in Persia, modern-day Iran and both…

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Sindh’s Thattai Bhatias make history in Dubai – II

It was at the turn of the 18th century that Uttamchand Tulsidas Thattai Bhatia’s forefathers first arrived in Sharjah on…

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Sindh’s Thattai Bhatias make history in Dubai

It was at the turn of the 18th century that Uttamchand Tulsidas Thattai Bhatia’s forefathers first arrived in Sharjah on…

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