Memoirs

From Lucknow to Larkana

Of the many houses abandoned by Sindhi Hindus, author’s grandfather liked this one haveli a lot and chose it as…

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A Childhood Erased

The school was founded in Murree in 1956. This year, after 65 years of service, the doors to the school…

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Holy Moments from an Unholy Disaster

On October 15th, 2010 armed with thirteen thousand dollars-worth of donated medical supplies and numerous bottles of vitamins, I boarded…

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Hope in a City – Shikarpur, Sindh

What goes into the demise of a city? How does a place once known as a banking capital with lush…

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When the Indus strayed from its course

“The soil of Sindh is the richest soil in India. It carries centuries of rich silt brought by Mother Sindhu,…

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Story of an Irish family who lived and thrived in Punjab

Garrett Hogan’s sons had established successful pharmacy and ‘Tonga’ business in North West Frontier, which at that time was part…

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Memoirs: The 4th of April

The article is a piece, recalling the aftermath of Dhaka’s Operation Searchlight of March 1971. By Irteza Hasnain This day…

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