Roots Of Sindhi Civilization- Its Glory & Greatness

By Rohan Bijlani, Naples, Florida, U.S.A

Two Comments: 1. The following article in Indus Asia Online Journl is truly worthy of note:

Roots Of Sindhi Civilization- Its Glory & Greatness
By.G. T. Shahani, President, RESEARCH & REFERENCE CENTER (Historical Division)

The article is highly inspirational and instructive – and brings a searchlight to the greatness of Sindh as far back as seven to ten thousand years back.  I must congratulate you for bringing this great article to our notice My regret is that in printing this article, a fine print has been used which used that truly strains the eyes.  I wish you would be so kind as to consider using a larger print to make this great article, somewhat easy to read.

 

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Article 52 (8) b versus 47: Options for Pervaiz Mushraf

By Ali Palh, Sri Lanka

The current issue in Pakistan which is flashing-out in media, being talked among common people, discussed in lawyers’ forums, civil society gatherings, Bisness community and dominating almost every field of life is IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT. Ruling coalition has decided and announced their plans to pursue the impeachment of President Pervaiz Musharaf. Since it is announced in the media that ruling coalition will carry-out impeachment against President (Rtd) Gen. Pervaiz Musharaf; general public of Pakistan is being heard saying two different opinions about his impeachment. People, who are few in numbers, and have little bit knowledge of constitution or impeachment procedure, know the strength and power of article 47 of the constitution of Pakistan, say this time parliament is in strong position and will be able to impeach president, yet majority who have witnessed or seen the use of article 58 (2) b in Pakistan’s parliamentary history opines that before parliament impeach president, he may use article 58(2) b of the constitution, dissolve assemblies and send prime minister and his cabinet to home.

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Who is a Sindhi?

By Khalid Hashmani, McLean, Virginia, USA

* A Sindhi is proud to call himself/herself a Sindhi. * A Sindhi truly loves the land of Sindh and pledges to protect its integrity and heritage. * A Sindhi does not plan or conspire to divide Sindh into other homelands. * A Sindhi does not engage or conspire to exploit or discriminate against other Sindhis. * A Sindhi is some one who is honest and selflessly serves other Sindhis and shuns violence. * A Sindhi makes his/her mission to learn the Sindhi language. * A Sindhi appreciates Sindhi music, Sindhi literature, and Sindhi culture.  * A Sindhi does his/her best to learn and appreciate the languages and cultures of others who make Sindh their home and are proud to call themselves Sindhis.