Memoirs

Our lost ‘Kodak’ moments…

The ‘family album’ had been the most cherished possession of every family. It was a storehouse of photographs of all…

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All things are difficult before they become easy

Born to Engineer Hashmatsing Ajwani and Smt. Jasota in 1930, Dr. Mohini studied at Naaz High School Khairpur, located about…

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A Memoir of the 1950s – Part-V

On 7th October 1958, BBC reported that President Iskander Mirza had declared martial law in the country and that General…

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A Memoir of the 1950s – Part-IV

The Muslim League, where it existed, had only a flimsy organization. The feudal landowners were generally content with the Raj.…

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A Memoir of the 1950s – Part-III

The student movement flourished in the period 1949-54. During 1953. The DSF had presented certain demands to the educational authorities.…

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A Memoir of the 1950s – Part-II

The membership of the Karachi unit was drawn almost entirely from members of the muhajir community. Hasan Nasir, who in…

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A Memoir of the 1950s – Part-I

The Sindh Observer, expressing almost universal opinion in the province and campaigning against the separation of Karachi, was silenced. Eric…

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Memoirs of a Sindhi from Sukkur

“I feel Sindhis in rural areas should have stayed back in Sindh. I wonder why Hindu Sindhis left Sindh when…

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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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Dr. Roshni Rustomji shares her memoirs of Karachi

Roshni Rustomji’s father Behram’s family was from Karachi and had lived there for at least three or four generations. Her…

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