Karachi, Pakistan: Sindh United Party (SUP) workers recently participated in demonstrations, rallies, seminars and conferences in 40 cities and towns of Pakistan's Sindh region to mark International Day of Mother Tongues.
Washington DC: The Sindhi Foundation of Washington DC is planning to participate in a second Long Walk in Canada after the successful walk in the United States in April 2021 to raise the troubles faced by minorities in Pakistan.
Quetta: Condemning the killing of 11 coal miners by Islamic State terrorists, the World Sindhi Congress (WSC) on Friday urged the international community to put pressure on Pakistan to ensure the safety of all the minorities.
London: Members of the Sindhi Baloch Forum demonstrated outside the UK Parliament against the Pakistan government over the issue of enforced disappearance.
Washington: Protesting against forced disappearances, a US-based Sindhi organisation, along with Balochis and Pashtuns, on Saturday demonstrated outside the residence of Pakistan's Ambassador to the US, Asad Majeed Khan, here.
The World Sindhi Congress has criticisied Pakistan government's decision to build Diamer-Bhasha Dam on river Indus.
New York: At a time when PM Imran Khan is expected to deliver his speech at the UN General Assembly in New York, several activists at the receiving end of atrocities by Pakistani Army and its spy agency ISI, including those seeking freedom of Sindh and Balochistan regions, have raised their voices against the South Asian nation and its government.