Monday Jul 21
Sindh govt giving priority to health and education sectors
KARACHI: Sindh government is giving priority to the health and education sectors and has made matchless performance in these sectors.Government is committed to provide qualitative services to the people in these most important social sectors in future as well.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Sindhi Hindu exodus causing humanitarian red alert for India
New Delhi: India has become the last destination of Sindhi Hindu from Pakistan, where the state-sponsored seminaries have been victimizing them since last two decades.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Partly cloudy weather forecast : July 06, 2014,
KARACHI: Meteorological Office has forecast a partly cloudy/ cloudy and windy weather for Karachi on Sunday with maximum temperature between 33 and 35 degrees centigrade.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
ECNEC approves Rs 440bn social sector development projects
ISLAMABAD: Executive Committee of the National Economic Council on Thursday approved various projects of social sector development worth Rs 440 billion, including Karachi-Multan-Lahore Motorway.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Cherishing the sweetness of Shah's mangoes
'Are Sukkar mangoes sweeter than Multani chaunsa' was the common question on Wednesday asked by those who have tasted the mangoes sent by Opposition Leader in National Assembly Khurshid Shah as a gift from Sukkur to the staff of Senate, National Assembly, friends and journalists in the federal capital and chief ministers, governors of four ... (more)
Fri Jun 27, 2014
3,000 thalassaemia patients transfused at expo
KARACHI: Peoples Doctor Forum President, Senator Karim Khwaja on Friday said PDF and Provincial Health Department arranged rare kind of mega transfusion of blood to thalassemia children and over 3,000 thalassemia children were transfused blood simultaneously at Karachi, Badin Nawabshah and Sukkur on same day.He expressed these views while talking ... (more)
Thu Jun 26, 2014
The Indian Express
The fading memory of amity
The media discussed the protest, rather than the cause of the protest, simply because a self-centred state could not understand why Sikhs from Nankana in Punjab were so agitated about the violation of Hindu temples in Sindh and referring to the desecration of their holy book.