– Musadiq Sanwal recalls the life and ways of a dear poet friend, Hasan Dars
Life is but one of the small pieces of Rilli
If you won’t sit on it,
I better fold it.
Out of the blue the other day I received the text message: “Hasan Dars passed away”. I thought it was a joke. How could it be? Hasan was still an adolescent! Maybe it is not the right word, but his energy, his wide, poetry-breathing grin, how could it all have suddenly evaporated into thin air? There was something terribly wrong with the message.
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2011 Short Film Winners of DC MIST. Lake Braddock. Directed by: Bellal Hussain. Actors: Amir- Mustafa, Alnoor Bellal- Bellal Hussain Shmuck #1- Bilal Farooq Shmuck #2- Amine Haddou MSA girl- Abrar Alshantir Girl who drops books- Saddaf Nezami. Reading book girl in classroom- Allaa Sayf.
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Read second part of Mir Thebo’s notes from memory. He tells about the Sann Conference, Comrade Hyder Bux Jatoi’s criticism of Syed, the gathering at the Keenjhar Lake, How G. M. Syed sheds tears as Rais Karim Bux sings Shaikh Ayaz, parting of ways of the Communist Party with G. M. Syed, formation of Sindh United Front, how landlords apologized in public, how feudal lords would rush to Syed and then leave him suddenly as they see a new leader on the horizon …
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by Jamil Junejo, Karachi, Sindh
Recent River flood brought good feelings for fishing community in Sindh. Because It recharged various dried lakes and brought fish seeds into them. Such feelings of fishermen are waning because of returning process of seeds from lakes through inlets of river due to non availability of nets which could be installed against inlets inorder to stop return of fish seed. Same are gloomy feelings of fishing community of Ageemanai Kori village situated on bank of Ageemani Kori Lake in Thatto.
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by Shafqat Hussain, Sukkur, Sindh
Courtesy: Daily Dawn, 22.10.09
While discussing hazards of environmental contamination faced by the metropolis, the Minister for Environment Sindh disclosed before the provincial assembly question answer session some serious threats our sweet water lakes are facing. He stated that Manchar, the biggest shallow water natural Lake of Pakistan, situated at district Dadu is dying fast because of high ratio of lead contents added contentiously in its waters.
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by Azhar Ali Shah
It seems that main reason behind the destruction of Manchar, Haleji and other lakes of Sindh is just negligence and improper planning of government coupled with selfish interests of local zamindars/feudals who want their land and fish farms to be irrigated at the cost of the supply of drinking water to the local people and preserving public tourist points!. Its all shame for the related ministries, departments, offices and peoples as well.