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Live FAMOUS FISH OF INDUS RIVER (DAMBHRA) at SINDH
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The collective logic of pre-modern cities WorldArch 43.3 2011 505-522 Biagi, Paolo Changing the prehistory of Sindh and Las Bela coast: ... A Place to Live, ...
Indus dolphin conservation: 3-pronged strategy suggested
According to a WWF-Pakistan Survey in July 2011, about 1,600 to 1,750 dolphins live along the 1,500 ... at the University of Sindh, stressed the need for research on fish resources and changing water levels in River Indus. It was also proposed that ...
Floodwaters Give New Life to Pakistani Class Dispute
They are the fishermen of the Indus River ... The famous Palla fish, a saltwater fish and delicacy here in Sindh Province that would swim up the Indus to breed, has not been seen for years, said Allah Dino, 30, another fisherman. The fishermen live a ...
In-depth: Sindh destroyed, one calamity at a time
Dadu has a dynamic typography, bordered by the vast Kirthar mountain range on the west and the mighty Indus River flowing along it’s eastern ... the year and every guest was served their famous biryani. Fish were in abundance, and the fertile land ...
Stay, watch and thrill
The largest population of approximately 700 exists in the Sindh ... is perhaps the best way to safeguard the Indus River Dolphin. She adds the WWF experts engaged by STFP have trained locals on how to rescue dolphins who are trapped in fishing nets or ...
Of pelicans and poets
As I write this, I am sitting in Larkana, upper Sindh. Cradle of the Indus Valley Civilisation ... As we sailed down the river at dawn – the best time to see the Indus, my mother insisted, though I’m sure it would have looked just as interesting ...
In a Gujarat Fishing Village, India-Pakistan Tensions Take Huge Toll
The fishermen are caught because they pursue the best catch, which is found closer to Pakistan where the Indus River meets the Arabian ... Pakistan in the night. The fishing community in Dandi feel like pawns as they live with the consequences of the ...
Migratory birds leave Pakistan for Europe and Asian states
The famous route from Siberia to various destinations in Pakistan over Karakorum, Hindu Kush, and Suleiman Ranges along the Indus River down to the delta is ... over an area of about 900,000 hectares in Sindh alone. This area was witnessed under the ...
Changing climate poses threat of major conflicts within Pakistan
Northern Sindh once again after ninety years had the highest temperature of the Asia, 53.5 °C recorded on May 26, 2010; which earlier was recorded at 52.8 °C on June 12, 1919. The land of lower Indus river basin ... The inland fish production marked ...
Development leading to destruction of mangrove ecology’
The study also stated that the total area the mangrove forests covered in Sindh’s Indus Delta region was ... not only will it have an impact on the fishing industry but the livelihood of tens of thousands of fisherfolk who live in the coastal villages ...
Climate change in Keti Bunder, Pakistan
Emily Woodhouse spent 2 weeks in the small coastal community of Keti Bunder, Pakistan talking to the locals about the impacts of climate change on their home. Approaching the coastal community of Keti Bunder on the Indus river delta in Pakistan ...
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