No plans for the inevitable

What can be done to prepare the average Pakistani for the lack of attention to climate change and natural disasters? This gallery shows the effects of flash floods in Karachi, which, as well as damaging property, left numerous people stranded. At least 45 people have been killed and hundreds others injured in flash floods triggered by heavy rains in Pakistan, even as authorities warned the situation may worsen further.—Images by Agencies

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Unaiza Faraz
Aug 06, 2013 03:37pm

Recent rain in karachi brought the pathetic condition to karachi, no govt or local government worker was there to help the affectees, only few welfare organisations helped them and provided the rescue operation to the helpless people. its a big shme for the sindh governmnt!

fariha alavi
Aug 07, 2013 09:26pm

What can we say to the below average leaders of the Pakistani people? Do they have the brains the or will to understand the problems of the country they are minting money on?