Sindh News

Nawaz Sharif overthrew Benazir government on Osama bin Laden's instruction: Former Sindh Minister

Sharjeel Inam Memon, a Pakistan People's Party (PPP) leader said that Sharif was ‘a product of dictators’.

Pakistan court orders Sindh government to give Michelle Obama's program details

Michelle Obama launched the USD 250 million 'Let Girls Learn' initiative in 2015 with the aim of using public and private partnerships to fund "new efforts to expand educational opportunities for girls – including in areas of conflict and crisis


Pakistan blast: Five dead in Sindh cement factory as squad tries to defuse bomb

The explosion was so strong that eight other people, including Rangers officials, were also injured and taken to a hospital for treatment, the DIG said.

US lawmakers express concern over human rights abuses in Pakistan's Sindh province

The group wrote "With the US undertaking a review of policy towards Pakistan, and the recent political leadership changes in that country, we urge you to place a priority on human rights and democracy in your interactions with the government of Pakistan."

Pakistan's Sindh province fast becoming safe haven for terrorists: Report

Released by the Washington-based Sindhi Foundation, the report says that the Mumbai terrorist attack was being monitored by its perpetrators from a control room set up in Sindh.

PPP to field Bilawal from Bhutto stronghold

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari,is expected to contest parliamentary elections.


Briefly World: Mob removes Hindu’s body from Pak grave

Tension gripped a small village in Sindh after a mob dug up the grave of a Hindu.

Pakistani authorities ban Skype,WhatsApp and Viber in Sindh province

Following the move,people took to social networking sites to vent their anger over the ban.

Pakistan: Torrential rain and flash floods death toll rises to 96

The met department has warned of more rains in coming days.

Nawaz Sharif's party gets majority in Pak Parliament

The PML-N will assume charge of the government by June 2,according to caretaker information minister.