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Truly Pakistan...

Iqbal, 42, is framed through a cane stool as he makes a stool in Karachi. – Photo by Reuters
Iqbal, 42, is framed through a cane stool as he makes a stool in Karachi. – Photo by Reuters
A man browses used shirts on sale, at a makeshift stall along the roadside in Islamabad. – Photo by AP
A man browses used shirts on sale, at a makeshift stall along the roadside in Islamabad. – Photo by AP
A horse with a local mobile number painted on it, is left for rent, on a roadside in Islamabad. – Photo by AP
A horse with a local mobile number painted on it, is left for rent, on a roadside in Islamabad. – Photo by AP
A boy cools off from a broken water pipe at a park in Lahore. – Photo by Reuters
A boy cools off from a broken water pipe at a park in Lahore. – Photo by Reuters
A labourer sleeps on a pile of cement bags in Lahore. – Photo by Reuters
A labourer sleeps on a pile of cement bags in Lahore. – Photo by Reuters
Trained monkeys sit next to their owners as they wait to perform, on a roadside in Islamabad. – Photo by AP
Trained monkeys sit next to their owners as they wait to perform, on a roadside in Islamabad. – Photo by AP
– Photo by Reuters
– Photo by Reuters
A man carries sea salt harvested from a salt field in Sandspit, in Karachi. Sea salt is produced through solar evaporation of seawaters and is the smallest source of salt in Pakistan. Labourers earn about 600 Pakistan Rupees ($7) a day. The salts are sold commercially by contractors to different industries in Pakistan and overseas.  – Photo by Reuters
A man carries sea salt harvested from a salt field in Sandspit, in Karachi. Sea salt is produced through solar evaporation of seawaters and is the smallest source of salt in Pakistan. Labourers earn about 600 Pakistan Rupees ($7) a day. The salts are sold commercially by contractors to different industries in Pakistan and overseas. – Photo by Reuters
A labourer loads bricks onto a mule to transport them to be baked in a kiln at a brick factory in Islamabad. – Photo by Reuters
A labourer loads bricks onto a mule to transport them to be baked in a kiln at a brick factory in Islamabad. – Photo by Reuters
A labourer carries a crate of mangoes to load onto a supply truck at a wholesale market in Lahore. – Photo by Reuters
A labourer carries a crate of mangoes to load onto a supply truck at a wholesale market in Lahore. – Photo by Reuters
A man polishes brass cooking pots at a workshop in the old city of
 Lahore. – Photo by Reuters
A man polishes brass cooking pots at a workshop in the old city of Lahore. – Photo by Reuters
– Photo by AP
– Photo by AP
A mother begs at the roadside holding her child in Lahore. Many people in Pakistan are suffering hardship due to price hikes and the poorly performing economy. – Photo by AP
A mother begs at the roadside holding her child in Lahore. Many people in Pakistan are suffering hardship due to price hikes and the poorly performing economy. – Photo by AP
– Photo by AFP
– Photo by AFP

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Osman Khetani Jun 21, 2011 02:27pm
We all should be Proud of People Like him, who really work hard to earn his livelihood!!!
MUHAMMAD EHSAN MALIK Jun 29, 2011 02:11pm
Pakistan is a Heaven and will remain so for us GOD BLESS PAKISTAN