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There are people who risk their lives to preserve culture.
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The citizens have made huge efforts to humanise society.
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In reality they are commodities with material value.
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No one could keep the Lovers away from the shrine at Sehwan.
Bina Shah is a writer and columnist based in Karachi. She is the author of six books and also writes for The New York
Pakistanis hope their leaders will favour them with a retweet.
Hindu women need a law that gives them extra protection.
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Imdad Ali’s execution would be a miscarriage of justice.
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The issue of ‘honour’ killings has been swept under the rug.