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

Ghulam Siddique, a goat herder from Pakistan's Sindh province, has been forced to increase the price of his goats to offset the rising cost of the animals' feed. Amar Guriro for NPR. Goats at a market in Karachi, Pakistan, are decorated ahead of Eid al-.

Political economy of demographics - The News International

I asked the producer of a TV show why we couln't have a question regarding the provisional results of the 6th population census on the show. Her answer was curt and prompt, as would have been of any other producer: “People don't have any interest in it”.

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 ...

1200 Dead from Monsoon Rains in Bangladesh, India, Nepal - The Weather Channel

Pakistani children play in an underpass filled with rainwater in Karachi, Pakistan, Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. Torrential monsoon rains are lashing Pakistan's port city of Karachi following days-long downpours in neighboring India that especially caused ...

Rains in Pakistan leave eight dead - Kuwait Times

KARACHI: Monsson rains in Pakistan's port city of Karachi left at least eight people dead in flood-related mishaps, officials said yesterday. The destruction came on the heels of days-long downpours in neighboring India that especially caused havoc in ...

Pakistan's New Big Threat: A Bulging Population - The Diplomat

Pakistan's unrestricted population rise and radical demographic changes present real dangers to the country's existence. By Umair Jamal for The Diplomat. August 31, 2017. Pakistan is one of the most populated countries in the world. Last week, the ...

PAF, Rangers, Army jump in to rescue residents of Karachi from urban flooding - ARY NEWS

KARACHI: Pakistan Air Force (PAF), Rangers and Army have jumped in to rescue residents of Karachi after water of incessant heavy rain has turned into urban flooding in the megapolis. PAF have allocated one C-130 aircraft and two helicopters for the ...

12 killed as heavy rain lashes Karachi - AppsforPCdaily

Monsoon rains bring Karachi to a standstill after the city received heavy rainfall on Thursday morning, turning streets into rivers and people waded through waist-deep waters. With no electricity in most areas of the city, residents of Landhi, Gulshan ...