Courtesy: Dunaya TV
London, UK, Press Release: World Sindhi Congress (WSC) strongly condemns the violence committed against Sindhi people living in Gulshan-e-Hadid area in Karachi. It has become evident that the systematic gangster attacks, beatings and harassment of Sindhis are being carried out by racist elements under the patronage of police, rangers and intelligence agencies. WSC believes that this is part of a continued policy to uproot Sindhis from urban areas of Sindh especially from Karachi…
WSC has decided to take this issue of violence against the indigenous people of Sindh on various international platforms in its continued efforts to inform the international community about the plight of Sindhi people.
6 April 2010
Courtesy: Daily Times
So subtle and imperceptible has been the process of justifying the presence of ready-to-launch nuclear weapons as a normal phenomenon that today ordinary citizens in the Western world appear more worried about the possibility of a weapon or two falling into the hands of Iran
Barack Obama will be back in Prague on April 8 where his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev will join him to sign the treaty to reduce their respective nuclear arsenals by almost one-third over the next few years. This comes a year after Obama’s historic speech in the Czech capital in March 2009 where he pledged to work towards a nuclear weapons-free world.