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Jan Khaskheli
Saturday, August 22, 2015
HYDERABAD: Cattle price in the flood-hit areas have decreased by around 50 percent as farmers from the nearby villages flock the cattle markets to sell whatever they have saved from the recent floods.
A farmer Mohammad Usman said ...
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Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Jan Khaskheli
HYDERABAD: The government should learn a thing or two from the recent frequent floods and remove all artificial barriers restricting the river flow, water experts and environmentalists said on Tuesday. According to them, the ...
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Jan Khaskheli
HYDERABAD: The flood has washed away everything that was kept at our houses, we were not able to save anything except the children and the animals, a displaced farmer named Ganga Ram Thakur, standing at a bus stand in Jamshoro said. ...
Sunday, August 09, 2015
Jan Khaskheli
HYDERABAD: At least three business centres of Jamshoro district have lost their land route connections with other parts of Pakistan as flood water submerged all the connecting arteries, locals said on Saturday. These areas, ...
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Jan Khaskheli
HYDERABAD: The dreaded floods that spook villagers living near water channels bode well for the fisherfolk who hope that the fresh flows will bring bonanza of new catches in the Lake Manchar. Community leader Mustafa Meerani ...
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Jan Khaskheli
HYDERABAD: The growers and traders in Sindh’s biggest Hatri garden have warned that they are facing immense loss due to abrupt heat waves, dryness and viruses infecting the plants, this season. “It is for the first time we have ...
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Jan Khaskheli
HYDERABAD: Activists and community members of Umerkot district, affected by the drought, lament the government discrimination against scheduled castes in the distribution of relief wheat. They also demand the government to declare ...
Friday, July 17, 2015
Jan Khaskheli
HYDERABAD: The recent heat waves and acute water shortage together with sudden viral attacks on red chilli crops caused destruction in Sindh’s main chilli producing districts, including Umerkot and parts of Mirpurkhas, Badin, and ...
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Jan Khaskheli
HYDERABAD: Fishermen of Railo Mayan, located close to the famous picnic resort Al-Manzar, Jamshoro looked jubilant as they caught the delicious palla. It is a sign of earning a better livelihood. These fishermen stay in the River ...
Saturday, July 11, 2015
Jan Khaskheli
HYDERABAD: Peasants (share croppers), the main stakeholders in the agriculture sector, resist the six-decade old tenancy law and policies and plead to revise the same, to stop the exploitation of the rural workforce. Due to the ...
Wednesday, July 08, 2015
Jan Khaskheli
HYDERABAD: Elderly persons could not understand why lush green groves and tall trees, standing around villages and agricultural fields disappeared unimaginably one after the other. During the recent visit to Village Yar Muhammad ...
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