Fri May 06, 2016
Rajab 28, 1437 A.H.
April 11, 2016
AGRICULTURE Farmers in Sindh are again worried on falling yields from the current wheat crop this season. Sudden rise of temperature during the...
King in danger
March 14, 2016
AGRICULTURE Mango production is expected to nosedive this year due to several factors, including climate change and infestations. The king of...
A stitch in time
March 01, 2016
women Sindh is famous for fabric, ajraks, pottery, coarse cotton cloth (soosi), camel fitting, lacquer work, cotton lunges and khes, earth ware,...
No lake for fishermen
February 15, 2016
Indigenous people and local fishermen in one of the poorest parts of the country in recent years have seen various mafia groups on political...
February 08, 2016
Walking through the garbage strewn-filthy streets of the peasant camps, best known as Sikandarabad,
January 25, 2016
The recent assessment of Thar Desert, focusing on crop production -both cash and grains- and availability of food stock as well as the status of...
January 11, 2016
It has been 13 years since the construction of the Chotiari Reservoir in Sanghar district,
woman @ work
December 15, 2015
Voice of freedom This week You! features Nano Kolhi, a peasant woman from Mirpurkhas district who has worked hard to establish a new settlement for...
Water availability can save Tharis
November 01, 2015
HYDERABAD: Khet Singh, a herder from Haryar village in Tharparkar District, narrates hardships he has to face due to acute water shortage. He said,...
Farmers relish floodwaters to harvest winter crops
October 04, 2015
HYDERABAD: Peasants and farmers in Jamshoro district who must depend on seasonal rains are making the most of the extra water they received because...
‘Skill enhancement, key to survival in disaster prone areas’
September 24, 2015
HYDERABAD: Skill enhancement of youth living in coastal areas can mitigate the losses incurred due to sea intrusion, which has reportedly laid more...
Job fair begins at agriculture university
September 17, 2015
HYDEABAD: The Sindh Agriculture University (SAU) Tandojam in collaboration with the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and USAID has organised a...
Drought in Thar desert persists despite rains
September 11, 2015
HYDERABAD: The drought in Thar Desert continues, despite the 400 millimetres of rain recorded by the Met Department. The farmers have neither crops...
Destruction persists as flood water turns into a commodity for poor
September 09, 2015
HYDERABAD: As flood water has washed away water supply lines of different small towns and villages, some people have started selling stagnant water...
Sharp fall in cattle prices as flood-hit farmers flock markets
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...
Pakistan beat India to retain Asia Kabaddi Cup
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Climate summit in Washington: UN officials seek action to the...
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Dr Asim Hussain indicted in corruption case
PM Nawaz inaugurates Sukkur-Multan motorway
Court accepts bail plea of Nayyar Bukhari, son
Pervaiz says US Senate committee attitude on F-16 purchase...
Old design banknotes cease to be legal tender with effect from Dec 1
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Khan pledges to give Alvarez a lesson in the ring
Gold struggles as dollar firms ahead of U.S. jobs data
Don’t shoot the messenger
Aijaz Zaka Syed
Why don’t they take their politics offshore?
Pakistan’s Afghan challenge
Moving towards ’93 once more?
Seth J Frantzman