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Condolence reference: Tributes showered on Sobho Gianchandani
The Express Tribune

Renowed writer Sobho Gianchandani passes away

Karachi: Acclaimed writer and leftist leader Sobho Gianchandani, who was given the sobriquet of "a man from Moen Jo Daro" by Rabindranath Tagore, today died in Pakistan's Larkana aged 94. Gianchandani, who studied at the Shantiniketan College in ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

A man beyond boundaries: Gianchandani's beliefs and struggle unrestrained by class, religion, geography

Speake­rs gather to pay tribut­e to late left-wing intell­ectual, writer and activi­st Sobho Gianchandani. KARACHI: Sobho Gianchandani's personality, his beliefs and his struggle were unrestrained by class, religion ...
 The Express Tribune21 hours ago
The Express Tribune

Discovering Sindh

Take some time out this year and get to know your provin­ce and the hidden gems it holds. Take some time out this year and get to know your province and the hidden gems it holds. KARACHI: Sindh has long been forgotten ...
 The Express Tribune2 days ago
The Express Tribune

Malakhra lives on, thanks to a mulh-titude of reasons

The ancien­t form of wrestl­ing contin­ues to defy time even after 5,000 years A HAPPY REFEREE: The referee waves his arms in the air as two mulh wrestlers grapple. PHOTO COURTESY: ABID ARSHAD KARACHI: The aging shoulders of 50-year-old ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago

Justice delayed: Journalist's family remembers him at first death anniversary

Shan Dahar was killed allege­dly by gangst­ers in Larkan­a, motive still unknow­n. the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) has termed 2014 as the worst year for journalists in Pakistan. The statement issued by the PFUJ said that ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Karachi looking back: The highs and lows of 2014

The Experss Tribune takes a look back at all the highs and the lows that 2014 brought to Karachi. January 2, 2014 Eight members of three families in Niaz Mallah, a village five kilometres away from Sujawal, have been struck by a possibly ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

With flying colours: Around 124 students graduate from IVS

The2014 founde­r's award went to a gradua­te who reflec­ted the school's philos­ophy in her work Of the 124 students who graduated, 32 were from communication design department and 29 were from the textile design department. PHOTO: AYESHA ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Why does Sindh want freedom?

Majority of Sindhis want freedom of Sindh from Pakistan. I myself is a Sindh freedom believer, although I was a civil and political rights activist and journalist in Pakistan, and now an analyst and writer. Five millions gathered in Karachi on March ...
 Meri News2 months ago
The Express Tribune

The city's unsung women are its real heroes, say rights activists

Sheema Kerman­i discus­ses how women were celebr­ated in the Indus Valley civili­sation­ "Women were celebrated in the Indus Valley civilisation - in the form of Mother Goddess or dancing girl of Mohen-jo-Daro," Sheema ...
 The Express Tribune2 months ago
The News Tribe

PTI tsunami to hit Larkana today

LARKANA: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) tsunami will hit Pakistan People's Party (PPP) strong-hold Larkana on Friday (today) and all the preparations for the rally have been completed. The PTI chief Imran Khan will reach at Moen Jo Daro airport ...
 The News Tribe2 months ago
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