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M. A. Jinnah Road (Part II)

1996 – Arif Hasan Initiated and supervised the photographic documentation of M. A. Jinnah Road. This was done to record Karachi’s built heritage which was being threatened by the elevated light-rail project through this historic artery of the city.

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    05 April, 2021

    The first lockdown in Karachi happened 27th February 2020. The population was unprepared for it and very soon ran out of food and money. Civil society and the state took it upon themselves to supply...

  • Created Homelessness

    16 March, 2021

    In the last 50 years no social housing has been developed in Pakistan except for small schemes by community organizations and NGOs which are not even a drop in the ocean. Grand plans made by...

  • Community Mapping

    09 February, 2021

    Whenever Karachi floods the government announces the widening of its nalas that carry the floodwater to the sea. The decision of the extent of widening is taken in an ad hoc manner. As a result...

  • The Truth Behind the Façade

    01 February, 2021

    Every day in the print and electronic media there is news about the terrible physical, social, and municipal governance issues of Karachi and how they affect lives of ordinary citizens. These conditions are blamed on...

  • KARACHI’S STREET ECONOMY

    03 January, 2021

    Fruit vendors and other hawkers at a bazaar in Karachi | Courtesy the writer This article draws upon the work I have done at different times with Architects Asiya Sadiq Polack and Christophe Polack, Dr...

  • The Marginalized

    08 September, 2020

    The nalas of Karachi have lost their water carrying capacity because of markets, administrative and related buildings and car parks of the Sindh Government, road infrastructure, and elite colonies, and katchi abadis have been built...

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