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The Hides Can't Hide from Pakistani Politics - The Diplomat

Recently the government of Sindh, one of the provinces of Pakistan, has banned the collection of animal hides after the Id-ul-Adha festival. This order may be a political tool shaped to hurt a particular party. Each year millions of animal are ...and more »

23 killed as monsoon rains lash Karachi - DAWN.com

At least 23 people died in Karachi ─ mostly from electrocution ─ as monsoon rains lashed the city on Thursday, officials said. Two others died in Sindh's Jamshoro and Kashmore districts. According to the Met Department, the spell of rains which began ...and more »

Why Some Muslims In Pakistan Won't Be Able To Buy A Goat This Year - NPR

Thursday marks the start of Eid al-Adha, the holiest Muslim day of the year. It celebrates the biblical story of Abraham and his willingness to sacrifice his son for God. The moment before the sacrifice, God intervened and sent a goat to take the boy's ...and more »

Heavy flooding in Karachi kills 16, at least 11 electrocuted - CNN

Karachi, Pakistan (CNN) Flash monsoon flooding in Karachi, Pakistan's largest city, has claimed the lives of at least 16 people, most of them children, officials confirmed Friday. At least 11 deaths have been attributed to electrocution, as rising ...and more »

More than 1200 dead as floods devastate South Asia - Asian Correspondent

SOME 13 people were killed in Pakistan's largest city Karachi after heavy monsoon rains hit the sprawling metropolis, officials said on Thursday. The deaths were the latest in a disaster that has so far killed more than 1,200 people across the region ...and more »

Karachi residents' ire rises with each raindrop - The Express Tribune

KARACHI: The dilemma of Karachi is that everyone claims ownership of its politics but no one wants the responsibility of its administration, even those who earn billions off the city. The rain spell or, as the authorities might prefer, unexpected rain ...and more »

At least 17 dead; army called in as Karachi administration gives up - The Express Tribune

KARACHI : Large swathes of Karachi are underwater due to a prolonged period of rainfall that started on Wednesday night and continued through Thursday. Surreal scenes were witnessed across the city as cars, motorcycles sank underwater and the bodies ...and more »

Rains lash southern Pakistan after causing havoc in India - The Independent

Torrential monsoon rains are lashing Pakistan's port city of Karachi following days-long downpours in neighbouring India that especially caused havoc in Mumbai. TV footage showed streets were submerged already after the heavy rains began early on ...and more »

At least 14 dead in Karachi as heavy downpour batters city - Pakistan Today

KARACHI: The heavy rainfall that started late on Wednesday night, claimed the lives of at least 14 people due to electrocution. It also resulted in disruption of electricity supply to many areas of the city. It is being expected that Karachi will be ...and more »

Karachi receives rain instead of heatwave - The Express Tribune

KARACHI: Contrary to the Pakistan Meteorological Department's forecast of a short term heatwave in Karachi on Tuesday, the city received a short spell of rain helping the temperature drop down. The rain was termed as a 'trailer before the storm' by ...and more »