WASHINGTON DIARY: SANA’s promise
Dr Manzur Ejaz, USA
Courtesy & Thanks: Daily Times, 16/7/2008
Unlike the prosperous doctors of the Association of Pakistani Physicians in North America (APPNA), SANA represents the middle class living in the US. Most of its members save for the whole year to attend this annual convention
The Sindhi Association of North America (SANA) has shown itself to be one of the most open and democratic platforms. At its recent annual convention, presentations in all Pakistani languages, including Urdu, were permitted and encouraged.
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By Ali Nawaz Memon, USA
.. SANA has many objectives and goals. I know that all of them are very important and very noble. Personally, I feel that we (the overseas Sindhis) are very fortunate. We owe a lot to people of Sindh. We need to do something concrete for people back home.
Continue reading SANA: Vision and Responsibility-2008
Sindhi Association of North America, SANA , has been in solidarity with the lawyers’ movement in Pakistan from the day one. We had strongly condemned military dictator Musharraf’s illegal orders of 9th March 2007 deposing the Chief Justice of Pakistan. We had also vehemently opposed his unconstitutional actions of 3rd November, 2007. We have been highly appreciative of the heroic stand of superior courts’ judges who declined to take oath under an illegal PCO and the lawyers who have launched a valiant struggle for the restoration of judiciary to pre-emergency position.
Continue reading Justice Rana Bhagwandas to be keynote speaker at SANA Convention
USA, TX: The president of the Sindhi Association of North America, Aziz Narejo has been invited to speak at an international seminar at the University of Mumbai. The seminar is being organized by the Department of Sindhi, University of Mumbai, at the Vidyanagari Campus on 11th March on ‘Bombay Presidency, Sindh & Sindhis’. Mr. Narejo is invited to present a paper on ‘Bombay Presidency, Sindh & Sindhis, Political Implications’.
March 07, 2008