Monthly Archives: April 2019

Karachi: Megacity of Our Times

Two hundred years from its founding as the port of Sindh and fifty years from its position as the only port of Pakistan, Karachi has an undisputed place in the economy of the country and in the affections of its … Continue reading

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Travel to Final Destiny: Anwar Motan

The above book published in 2018 by Former Karachian Mr. Anwar Motan (who now resides in Houston, Texas) gives an account of life in early Karachi. There are plenty of photos from Mr. Motan’s personal collection. To obtain a copy … Continue reading

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Dow Medical College Inauguration 1945

Sohail Ansari┬áThere was a long standing medical school in Hyderabad. In 1930’s reforms were brought in to health and medical education. The school in Hyderabad gave a diploma level licensure; those taking course needed only matriculation for the course. There … Continue reading

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