sindh

Bound by the bindi

Has wearing the bindi been an act of conformity to the Sindhi community?

| Feb 25, 2021

Like here, like there

Nomadic lives were destroyed as Sindh and Kachchh are separated by a border.

Subduing the control freak

Further along Pakistan´s never-ending democratic transition.

| Jun 01, 2010

Sindh and Kutch, cloth and verse

Emphasis on common elements of everyday life - a piece of cloth, a verse of poetry - allows pastoralists in Gujarat to express a memory and yearning for Sindh.

| May 27, 2006

The pathology of military democracy: manufacturing a government in Sindh

The recent formation of a government in Sindh involved hectic manipulations by Islamabad and low connivance at the provincial level. Out of the ensuing muddle of volatile and unstable alliances emerged a 31-year-old chief minister …

| Feb 01, 2003

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