Posted on July 13, 2010
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28 responses to “Going Back to Karachi: What Changed, What Didn’t.”

  1. zubia jamil says:

    Nice article. :) I agree with most of what you wrote. I would also like to add, the continuous decline of civic sense among people. People no longer stop on signals, don’t care if they are wasting some thing that is available to them in access and not to other people, like water, gas etc.

    :)

  2. It seems you speak about paradise in the first part of your article and about earth in the second part.

    I really enjoyed the colourfull pictures and vivid scenes and hope this people may live in peace…

    A South Tyrolian Boy. Jodel…

  3. MOHIT BHATNAGAR says:

    Wow! I love the site and the articles. Even though I an Indian American, I have a special place for Pakistan since my parents were born in Lahore / Layalpur. If there is one place I ever want to visit, that would be Lahore. God willing, some day I would and experience the awesome culture/food/traditions and brotherly culture of my fav place.