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RSS leader’s outreach to Muslims: Reconciliation or cooption?

Today the international image of India, courtesy the RSS-BJP, is a Hindu supremacist one where minorities are insecure, where identity…

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In the story of Sindhi migration, Canary Islands played a small but important role

Although Sindhi merchants had established themselves in China, Persia, Central Asia and even Russia beginning in the 17th century, it…

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Gordon Tewani in Jamaica (Part II)

“I asked my uncle: ‘Where is Jamaica?’ He told me: ‘It’s America.’ When I arrived at Palisadoes Airport I saw…

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Gordon Tewani: From refugee to real estate mogul (Part-I)

Tewani remembers that their family lived very, very well until 1947 when the partition of India into two countries was…

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Navratri festivities to begin from Sep 26

The Sindhi community in India and around the world is all set to celebrate the Navratri. The festivities include fasting,…

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The Question of Women’s Names and Identity

In many communities in India, especially in the Maharashtrian and Sindhi communities, a change in the first name is an…

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Actress Tarana Bhatia says ‘Sindhi movies are a great way to connect with youth and rekindle Sindhyat’

Sindhi diaspora around the world as much as Indian or Pakistani audience must watch the Sindhi movies for revival of…

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Are Gypsies Really Indian?

Only a handful of people are aware that these perennially homeless people originally migrated in the 11th century, from the…

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Sant Mata Maya Devi’s 5th death anniversary observed in Vadodara

Sant Mata Maya Devi was the daughter of Sain Harigir Maharaj of Raipur who originally was of Sindh. Sindh Courier…

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The History of Banjara Tribal People (Part-II)

Banjara history which traces back to ancient times to pre-Indus river civilization was buried and not known to the world…

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