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Her instructor at McLean Racquet & Health Club was Zahab, 30, a professional player from Karachi, Pakistan.
The event is also a way to publicize Zahab’s own charity, the Zahab Neha Foundation, which helps poor children in Karachi afford schooling and sports activities.
When the Taliban first waved the flag of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan over Kabul in 1996, Syed Nasir’s parents — worried about imminent violence — hastily fled to neighboring Pakistan, where they settled in the port city of Karachi.Afghans Who Fled the First Taliban Regime Found Precarious Sanctuary in Pakistan. New Refugees May Get an Even Colder Welcome|Zia ur Rehman/Karachi, Pakistan|August 18, 2021|Time
He and other Taliban sources claim that in Karachi as many as 50 to 60 Taliban are given summary executions each month.
Uzbeks were responsible for a recent attack on Karachi airport, he said, and “it looks like of the attack in Peshawar is same.”
He moved to Afghanistan and then back to Pakistan via Quetta and is now in Karachi.
The Pakistani Taliban struck again this time with a deadly attack at the Karachi airport last Sunday.
Prime Minister David Cameron is undoubtedly concerned about blowback, and the British consulate in Karachi is already closed.Altaf Hussain Finally Arrested in London; Can His MQM Be Neutralized?|Bruce Riedel|June 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Arriving in India, we were accompanied out of Karachi by a dozen Englishmen who were practically novices at cycling.
It is not 149 the route which now connects Karachi and Las Bela, but belongs to the later medival phase of history.
"Celadon" ware is abundant from Karachi to Babylon, and some of it is of extraordinary fineness and beauty of glaze.
It is not difficult to reach Las Bela from Karachi by following the modern telegraph line.
We spent Thursday, by the bye, at Karachi, an awful hole it looks—treeless and waterless and very much the modern port.Letters from Mesopotamia|Robert Palmer