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Donation links and relief resources for Pakistan Flood 2011

Pakistan is once again hit by severe floods, this time caused by torrential rains in Sindh. Already, some 5.3 million people have been affected, 1.2 million homes swept away, over 1.5 million acres of crops destroyed and over 250,000 people are now reported by the Sindh government to be displaced, with close to 300 dead [...]

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Asif Ali Zardari

An Open Letter to President Asif Ali Zardari

Dear president Asif Ali Zardari, It was heartening to hear that a second Pakistani, Hasan Sadpara, has managed to climb Mount Everest. A good piece of news in current times of turmoil. His feat has made every Pakistan glee with pride that we are not all just terrorists. There are among us people capable of [...]

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Pakistan Floods were caused by HAARP and Cloud Seeding?

The devastating floods in Pakistan were caused by HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) and Cloud Seeding? Watch and decide.

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Remembering Flood Victims This Eid

With the joyous celebrations of Eid, let us remember the misery of flood victims. Along with the floods, tears have also flown in abundance. The pain, agony and grief of flood victims was inapprehensible. Mothers with little kids, not knowing when their next meal will be, if it will be at all. Little children, on [...]

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Flood Tax on Private Schools of Karachi, Sindh

Under the rule of democratically elected PPP government, Pakistani society is evolving rapidly towards a point where soon Charles Darwin’s theory has to be rephrased as “Survival of the richest not the fittest”. Even Finance minister Mr. Abdul Hafeez Shiekh cannot manage the budget of a family within basic salary limit approved by government of [...]

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Angelina Jolie’s Visit to Pakistan to meet Flood Victims

The floods were the biggest humanitarian disaster to have taken place which affected 20 million people. Family members killed, livelihood ruined, crops destroyed, houses wrecked. The misery was such that sights of devastation send a shudder down the spine. Angelina Jolie donated 100,000 dollars to the flood relief effort in Pakistan. The actress, who is [...]

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Celebrate this Eid with Pakistan Flood Victims

Click here for a comprehensive list of donation links and relief resources.

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Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari launched NGO for Pakistan Flood Victims

Recently, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani came out strongly against the NGOs while addressing in his hometown of Multan. He was of the opinion that 80 per cent of the flood aid would come through the NGOs and that out of this the NGOs would misuse at least half. I wonder why nobody asked the [...]

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Where is My Share, Brother?

Keeping in mind the political culture of Pakistan, corruption is more of a house hold name. Though often termed as the termite which eats away the basic foundation of the society, in Pakistan its entirely the opposite. Blaming it on system, nearly every one on every level gets involved in this in one way or [...]

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Pakistan Flood relief Gullak Recycle T shirts

Gullak T-shirt Drive For Pakistan flood relief

Gullak, a local hand made T-shirt brand has initiated a T-shirt drive on Facebook to support and help the flood victims of Pakistan. They are not asking for your money, just that you empty out your wardrobes. Donate your t-shirts, old or new and let them turn it into something useful. Gullak plans on recycling [...]

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