Sindh’s rural women fight against COVID-19

COVID-19 has dealt a severe blow to the poor rural communities in Sindh. Its adverse effects on health and means of income of poor households are pushing them deeper into chronic poverty, making them economically paralyzed. By Asmat Kakar Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a severe blow to the poor rural communities in Sindh. Its […]

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437 coronavirus cases so far reported in Tharparkar

17 new cases detected on Tuesday; 158 patients recovered By GR Junejo Mithi: With detection of 17 new positive cases on Tuesday, the total number of coronavirus patients in Tharparkar district has reached to 437. According to an official sources here the total active cases in the district are 279 as 158 patients have so […]

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Remembering Mai Bhagi, a great folk singer

Mai Bhagi sung folk songs in various languages including Siraiki, Marvari, Sindhi and other languages and earned fame across Pakistan and around the world. She enthralled the people, who even didn’t know Dhatki dialect. Her songs are still aired by the radio and TV channels. By GR Junejo Today, it’s 34th death anniversary of world […]

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Young Thari Woman’s Tribute To Malala

Mehnaz Qasimani, who considers Malala a role-model for girls striving for their fundamental rights, drew a sketch when she learnt that Malala has graduated from Oxford   By Sanjay Mathrani When a young Thari woman Mehnaz Qasimani learnt that MalalaYousafzai, the 22-year Pakistani activist and youngest recipient ever of a Nobel Peace Prize, graduated from […]

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Dubai is now first to have female public bus drivers in the region

Road & Transport Authority has appointed three women bus drivers that are ferrying passengers on different routes since July 3 Dubai had already 165 female taxi drivers, 41 female limo chauffeurs, and one female school bus driver. Dubai: After female taxi drivers, Dubai now has the first female bus drivers in the region. The Roads […]

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