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Tears of Sindhu: exploring Sindhi political history

By Hassan Hamdam The new book “Tears of Sindhu: Sindhi national struggle in historical context” authored by Dr Naseer Dashti is one of the most interesting books on the history of Sindh. Authors and writers belonging to powers who subjugated Sindhis for centuries had written Sindhi history in a biased …

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Enforced disappearance a heinous offence: IHC

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has ruled that enforced disappearance is a “heinous offence” and officials involved in such a crime should be “proceeded against for misconduct besides criminal proceedings”. Justice Athar Minallah in his written order in a case related to a missing scientist associated with a sensitive organisation and …

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Top court directs LEAs to prioritise recovery of missing persons

KARACHI: Supreme Court on Sunday directed law enforcement agencies (LEAs) to prioritise recovery of missing persons and constitute a special cell to monitor the progress. During the hearing of a suo motu case taken after Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar was relayed complaints of missing persons by their relatives …

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Protest for recovery of missing persons to continue on Eid

*Relatives of several missing persons in Sindh have been protesting at Karachi Press Club for more than a month KARACHI: Family members of missing persons of Sindh, who have been protesting day and night in front of Karachi Press Club for more than a month, announced that they would not …

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سردار اختر مینگل ، خورشید شاہ میں ملاقات ، سیٹ ٹو سیٹ ایڈجسٹمنٹ کاجائزہ لیا گیا

کراچی: بلوچستان نیشنل پارٹی کے قائد سردار اختر جان مینگل سے پاکستان پیپلز پارٹی کے مرکزی رہن ء سید خورشید شاہ اور صابر بلوچ ان کی رہائشگاہ پر ملاقات کررہے ہیں۔ ملاقات میں انتخابات سے متعلق بات چیت کی گئی سیٹ ٹو سیٹ ایڈجسمنٹ کا جائزہ لیا گیا اور اس …

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Gov’t Report Highlights Scale Of Enforced Disappearances Across Pakistan

A government-appointed commission in Pakistan says it has received more than 5,000 cases of enforced disappearances in a country where the issue has prompted large-scale protests and accusations against the country’s powerful military. In its recent report issued on May 31, the Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances said it …

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Report terms pre-election process ‘unfair’

ISLAMABAD: A systematic and continuous review of the pre-election process spanning over one year by an independent think tank focused on political and public policy research and legislative strengthening indicates that “the pre-poll process has so far been unfair overall”. According to the “Pre-Election Assessment Report” released by Pakistan Institute …

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Missing in Sindh

SINCE last August, an escalation of abductions in Sindh has yet to net any actionable information on the deplorable practice of enforced disappearances. Last week, civil society activists across the province and in Islamabad staged protests — many of them going on a 72-hour hunger strike in the scorching heat …

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Headcount finalised sans third-party audit

ISLAMABAD .:  According to unofficial final results of 6th Population and Housing Census, the final population count is marginally reduced to 207.684 million. The final count shows a slight increase in the share of Muslim and Hindu populations. However, Christian and Ahmadi populations registered a marginal decline. Pakistan retained its …

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Centre’s help sought for registration of Chinese nationals in Sindh

KARACHI: The Sindh government has sought the federal government’s role to make relevant laws enabling the provincial authorities to get registered the Chinese nationalsentering the province through land routes, said a senior official on Sunday. The proposal first emerged in March when the Sindh government had noticed an “alarming” increase …

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