Sindh

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Sindh

or Sind  (sĭnd)
A historical region of southern Pakistan along the lower Indus River. Inhabited since prehistoric times, it was held by Muslim dynasties from the 11th century until 1843, when it was annexed to British India. Sindh became part of Pakistan in 1947.
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It is expected that as heat wave lashes Punjab and Sind province, the tourists will move to Galyat and Naran.
The bulk of coal reserves are found more than 99% in Sind Province and more than 94% in Thar coalfields ofSind.
With this power project getting operational, we would start exploiting our local coal reserves of 175 billion tons at Thar in Sind Province.
LAHORE -- Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has said that the PPP and the MQM were jointly responsible for the problems being faced by Karachi and Sind province at present.
And contrary to our longheld, conventional understanding, it first emerged in the east and then moved west, originating as it did in the heart of the Ghaggar- Hakra basin, regarded by many as the place where the Saraswati once flowed,"says Vasant Shinde, vice- chancellor of Deccan College who heads the team of archeologists -- the largest Harappan site overtaking Mohenjodaro in Pakistan's Sind province.
Karachi: Several cities in southern Sind province including Karachi came to a halt on Sunday as Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) mourned the deaths of its workers whose tortured bodies were found dumped in Mochko, Baldia Town, and one was killed in police captivity.
Women play a pivotal role in development of Sind province and in their own family earning.
However, some Chinese Commercial as well as military activities have been reported in Sind province.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Chairman of the Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi in a meeting with the governor of Pakistan's Sind province, Eshrat al-Ebad, underlined Tehran's enthusiasm for the further development of cooperation with Islamabad.
The Gharo-Keti Bandar wind corridor spreading 60 KM along the coastline of Sind Province and more than 170 Km deep towards the land alone has a potential of approximately 50,000 MW.
At least 342 people have been killed in southern Pakistan's Sind Province as the death toll mounts from extensive flooding that has destroyed crops and affected the livelihood of more than 7 million people, according to Pakistani relief officials.
While the recent devastating monsoon rains have affected the lives of 40 million people in the Punjab and Sind province, the task of recovery is far beyond that which the Pakistani government can contemplate without outside help.

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