Posted on July 9, 2006
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8 responses to “A bad day for tailors in Karachi”

  1. Hina S says:

    Both news are so bad that they are good- in a worst possible way.
    Anyways, will take this opportunity to give a shout-out to my tailor who holds court in Jinnah street, Peshawar: Jhangeer, you are worth your weight in gold, my man. I have travelled the seven seas and have found none that can cut a shalwar kameeze
    quite the way you do. Miss you lots and happy to learn of your growing kingdom-Ami tells me you opended another branch is Sadar. I am not surprised, alway knew you’ll be a great success.

  2. Watan Aziz says:

    As usual, Pakistani news reports are useless. Reporters are clueless.

    Critical information is missing.

    We need age for both Shahnaz and Afshan. We also need to know how old is Khadim and how is his health?

    We also do not know if Afshan was at home at the time of the incident?

    Finally, a good sleuth would have tried to find out if Afshan called Khadim and asked him to take “strict notice” of the Shahnaz.

    However, the news, albeit 4 years late, made up for the isolated thunderstorms (they were not that isolated) and resulting humidity (70%). Is there any chance for an update on this? Anyone from Indian agencies?

    (Hey, don’t look at me in a funny way; nowadays they seem to know more about Pakistan than anyone else!)

  3. Roshan Malik says:

    Its not only the stealing of kidney. There is forced removal of kidneys too. Its very sad!!!
    have a look on this story: http://www.dawn.com/2006/07/26/nat10.htm