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  • proper n. One of the southern provinces of Pakistan, whose capital is Karachi. It is also the area in which the Indus Valley Civilization flourished.


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  • Gunmen have attacked NATO tankers in Sindh, the outskirts of Islamabad, and vowed more assaults on the vital military supply line.

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  • The PPP, being predominant in Sindh, bears the brunt of this chauvinism, which often surfces in subtle ways such as media reactions to President Asif Zardari's wearing a Sindhi-style cap, or the way that accusations of corruption seem to follow Zardari despite his never having been convicted of any charges.

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  • The Taliban spokesman said that the attacks last week in Sindh were carried out by local militants who went up to the tribal areas in South Waziristan to train, and then went back to Sindh to carry out the attacks.

    Taliban Vow More Attacks On NATO Supplies

  • ANTHONY KUHN: Well, the attack this morning, Steve, was very similar to what we saw last week in Sindh province - southern Sindh province.

    Taliban Vow More Attacks On NATO Supplies

  • Still, the U.N., which is overseeing the relief effort, said many communities, especially in Sindh, remain at risk even as the emergency phase of the disaster gives way to longer-term reconstruction efforts.

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  • On Friday, 27 NATO supply trucks were set on fire in Sindh province in southern Pakistan.

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  • The daily difficulties and the approaching winter months are a worry not just for Sakina but for tens of thousands of other families in Sindh -- the region that was the worst-affected by the floods, and where more than a million still remain displaced because stagnant flood waters still remain stubbornly high.

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  • Mr. Zardari's party, the moderate Pakistan Peoples Party, bills itself as Pakistan's most liberal party and typically draws support from less religious-minded citizens, many in southern Sindh province.

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  • Also Monday, a member of Pakistan's ruling coalition, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, announced it was pulling out of the government at both the national level and in southern Sindh province because of disputes over legislative assembly elections held in Pakistan-held Kashmir on Sunday.

    Gunmen kill senior Pakistani Taliban commander

  • An official at China Kingho Group, one of China's largest private coal miners, said on Thursday it had backed out in August from a $19 billion deal in southern Sindh province because of concerns for its personnel after recent bombings in Pakistan's major cities.

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