For thousands of children in Sindh rearing and betting on pigeons is more than just a passion
An entire village mourns the death of two daily wagers.
Sindh’s CM must meet the rural challenge.
Poor farmers are at the mercy of their landlord’s whims.
Ghulam Rasool had waited a long time to pay homage to the Quaid.
The desperation of Abid and Jannat is not uncommon in rural Sindh.
Children across Sindh are victims of congenital heart disease.
Zarina and Ghulamullah are battling life on their own.
Given the access, poor but educated persons can wield much influence.
If villagers band together influence can be created and their needs met.
There is no penalty for teachers’ acts of gross negligence.
There’s no relief for villagers when they fall sick.
Even when it comes to income generation and savings, women in upper Sindh are in control.
Khairpur is one area where Sindh’s fabled heat is celebrated.
The youth must recognise dignity in all forms of labour.
Children in Mahmood Panhwar village are often born with either one or two fingers on each hand and deformed feet as well
Anxious thoughts never leave the man working in the fields.
These open-air stalls feature a television, rickety wooden benches, and a large steel saucepan bubbling with fresh tea.
People must take charge at the community level.
Adopters should focus attention on the learning environment.