"We bring these animals here because we want them neat and clean because it is an animal for sacrifice and we are happy to see it happy," one customer, Osama Haider Ali, said.
Nisha Rao stood at traffic lights begging from car to car but was determined to escape that path, eventually using her income to pay for law classes at night.
On a query about the overall standards of living 87 per cent Karachiites declared the same for the upbringing of their children. As many as 75 per cent elicited their preference for spending life after retirement, while 73 per cent declared their preference for Karachi owing to better employment opportunities.
There is a famous saying in Pakistan that “Karachi owns everyone but nobody owns Karachi.” No doubt, it’s like that, it’s really painful and so sad (“Power outages hit Karachi as rain continues to wreak havoc,” Aug. 28, Gulf Today).
There were no immediate reports of casualties on Wednesday, but 90 people have died in rain-related incidents across Pakistan since Sunday, the country’s national disaster management agency said.
According to police, the incident occurred in Gulshan-e-Iqbal block 13-D of the city, where a woman in her early 30’s jumped off from the sixth floor of a building along with her two-year-old daughter.
The Health Department of Sindh took 12 COVID-19 samples of UK returnees for Genotyping out of which 6 were positive and 3 showed the new variant of the COVID-19 virus in the first phase.
For more than four decades Ramzan has been a “mashki,” or water bearer, an age-old profession now in decline as water companies and tankers increasingly supply residents.
The play makes its debut at The Junction, Alserkal Avenue on Mar. 13 – 14. 'Raffu' (Urdu for Darning) is an inventive piece of writing by Dubai-based photographer-writer Durdana Farid.