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Karachista
Salima Feerasta - Life & Style journalist & blogger - mum, British desi living in Karachi, loves style, fashion, food & books
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Nadeem Farooq Paracha Sep 16
These are Muslims sitting inside a Hindu temple in Ghotki, Sindh. They spent the night there to make sure no fanatical mob is able to attack the place. Some schemers have tried to pollute Sindh with bigoted ideas, but the traditional Sindhi ethos of tolerance has remained strong.
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Karachista Sep 16
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Karachista Sep 16
Skardu Travel Guide: Exploring Skardu in 5 days
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Karachista Sep 11
What’s On in Karachi 12th – 18th September 2019
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Karachista Sep 10
Clever Lunchbox Ideas for Fussy Kids
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Karachista Sep 10
Replying to @MarianKeyes
Ooohhhh!
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Neil Gaiman Sep 9
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Stephen Fry Sep 8
From now on this is how I’m going to put my shoes on too
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Melissa Blake Sep 7
During the last round of trollgate, people said that I should be banned from posting photos of myself because I’m too ugly. So I’d just like to commemorate the occasion with these 3 selfies... 📸😉👋🏻
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James Melville Sep 8
I’d rather have a burgundy coloured EU passport than a blue coloured UK-only passport. I’d rather be an internationalist than an isolationist. Please retweet if you agree.
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Karachista Sep 9
Anyone wanna play 🚂 🚂?
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Karachista Sep 4
What’s On in Karachi 5th September – 11th September 2019
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Karachista Sep 3
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Neil Gaiman Sep 2
Restful for whom? People who worry that book covers spread diseases, obviously, but after that I’m drawing a blank.
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Karachista Aug 29
What’s On in Karachi 29th August – 4th September 2019
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Karachista Aug 28
“Don’t embarrass yourself!” reaches new heights of icky-ness
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Karachista Aug 28
I have no words for how much I Loooove this account
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Karachista Aug 28
Book Review: When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
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Karachista Aug 26
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Karachista Aug 24
Is this true ? Was a young man who grew up in a refugee camp granted admission to Harvard, given a visa and then deported for no reason when he came to start his course?
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