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Eyes – A poem from Bengal

Eyes’re reflection of her soul pure and true; True and indifferent, indifferent and absorbent; who cares what those eyes perceive…

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Delta variant produces similar viral loads in vaccinated, unvaccinated

Out of 469, a total of 346 cases, about 74 percent, occurred in fully vaccinated people, according to the study.…

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What Britain gained by partitioning the subcontinent into India and Pakistan

It was imperative that Britain follow an agenda that met its strategic requirements when its withdrawal from India became imminent.…

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Sindh: Stories from a Vanished Homeland

Resettling in the faraway land, the Gulrajani family had nothing to prove that they owned land in Karachi, and as…

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Observations of an Expat: China Goes Big Bang

There are certain reasons for China wanting to go Big Bang. One is American success in constructing an effective anti-ballistic…

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The song of summer – A Short Story from Uzbekistan

The story of a beautiful girl, who had sweet voice and could be a great singer but was seen selling…

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Acclaimed Sindhi writer Heero Shewkani passes away

Heero was born in Chuhar Jamali town of Thatta District Sindh on January 6, 1935   Ulhasnagar, India: Shri Heero…

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Dr. Nandlal Tolani – One of the most extraordinary people

After a Bachelor’s Degree from the King George Institute of Agriculture, Sakrand Sindh, Nandlal left for Cornell University, USA but…

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History often found its own ways

Certain inventions are inevitable – not mandated from above, but bound to happen from the very forces of technology, climate,…

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Reforms in education sector direly needed

There may be various causes behind this disaster but the major amongst all seems the corruption and non- seriousness of stakeholders.…

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