WASHINGTON DIARY: Unwarranted fears
People from India and Pakistan have an eternal inner bond, sooner or later the love of belonging to the same place overcomes all differences
by Dr Manzur Ejaz
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Courtesy and Thanks: Wichaar.com
Vichoray da Dagh (Pain of Departing)
November 18th, 2008
It was evident that the hateful ideology taught at our schools and colleges could not overcome the eternal compassion that people of the same culture have for each other. It revived my faith in humanity and the capacity of human beings to forgive and love each other.
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By: Munwar Soomro, USA
Nobody can undermine the importance of media and propaganda. It’s to great extent due to the anti-Sindhi media that Sindhies have been defamed and suffered a lot. There is no representation and say of Sindhi people in Pakistan from any platform specially talking about media. It is world media which shapes the thinking and direction of people and also guides them what to do. Letting them know what to do and what not.
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The 20th International Conference on Sindh “Changing Scenarios Challenges for Sindhi Nation ” Saturday, 22nd November 2008 Sindhi Centre, 230A Kenton Road , Harrow , Middlesex HA3 8BY London, UK.
Following are key note speakers:
Peter Tatchell, Human Rights Activist, UK, Dr Catriona Drew, SOAS, UK, CLLR Vina Mithani, Harrow, UK, Dr. Ghanshyam Parkash Hotumalani, Writer, activist, India, Dr Safdar Sarki, Secretary General, Jeay Sindh Quami Mahaz, Sindh, Sasuie Abbas Laghari, Barrister-at- Law, UK, Mr. Iqbal Tareen, Human Rights Activist, USA, Dr Naseer Dhasti, Balouch Human Rights Activist, UK, Ms Shamin Shawl, Kashmir Women Forum , UK