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How do you pick up the pieces if it was broken anyway?

By Mahim Maher

September 4, 2010 | 2:30 pm


Residents of Sawnwal Kartiyo village in Dadu walk on a road damaged by floodwaters after their village was submerged, 180 km (110 miles) from Sukkur, in Pakistan's Sindh province September 4, 2010. Severe flooding in Pakistan has destroyed cropland and livestock and displaced millions of people, causing damage the government has estimated at $43 billion, or almost one quarter of the South Asian nation's 2009 Gross Domestic Product (GDP). REUTERS/Athar Hussain.

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I am a 33-year-old journalist in Karachi, Pakistan where I work as the city or metropolitan editor for The Express Tribune, a daily national newspaper in English affiliated...

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