Dr Manzur Ejaz: SANA’s promise: An independent view of SANA

WASHINGTON DIARY: SANA’s promise

Dr Manzur Ejaz, USA

Courtesy & Thanks: Daily Times, 16/7/2008

Unlike the prosperous doctors of the Association of Pakistani Physicians in North America (APPNA), SANA represents the middle class living in the US. Most of its members save for the whole year to attend this annual convention

The Sindhi Association of North America (SANA) has shown itself to be one of the most open and democratic platforms. At its recent annual convention, presentations in all Pakistani languages, including Urdu, were permitted and encouraged.

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Women, rights, status and violence

Lessons about the rights respect and dignity of the women should be included in the text because so as to create awareness about women rights. This was stated by Tauqir Fatima Bhutto provincial minister of women development while speaking as a chief guest in a launching ceremony of a book titled ″Women, rights, status and violence″ compiled by Prof. Mukhtiar samo, president Sihdh Educational Development Society Larkana.

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