by Altaf Shaikh
Last week I had a lecture in Sindhi & Urdu Departments of Osaka University, Osaka Japan. It was nice to speak with japanese professors and Japanese students in Sindhi language. It was also nice to visit Osaka after some 30 years. During my ship service as Marine engineer I was a regular visitor of Osaka from 1970 to 1980. Mr. Mamiya San is Head of Sindhi Dept. He did M.A. from Sindh University in 1990.
December 3, 2010
by: Khalid Hashmani
1947, 1972, and 2008 depict that Sindhis are loosing majority in the last 61 years. One cannot but notice that Sindhi presence in the south-western region of Sindh is under tremendous threat and this does not bode well for our culture, language, identity, and homeland.
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