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Liverpool legend Ian Rush visits Lyari

Former footballer gives tips to aspiring youngsters

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These Lyari kids have only one ‘goal’ in life

This football academy offers free lessons

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Abid Brohi raps for SAMAA Digital

Watch Abid sing and rap in this video

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Lyari Underground is back with their new single ‘Rap-e-Badshah’

There’s also a full length music video for the song

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Cloth warehouse catches fire in Karachi’s Lyari

Five vehicles have been sent to the site

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Lyari Expressway: From Sohrab Goth to Mauripur Road in 20mins

It took 16 years to construct the Lyari Expressway

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Ghaffar Zikri – the king of Lyari’s underworld

After the death of one of Lyari’s most brutal gangsters, residents are breathing sighs of relief

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These Lyari kids have only one ‘goal’ in life

This football academy offers free coaching and tons of fun in Karachi

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SAMAA Transcript: Kahani August 11, 2018 | Lyari takes back Cheel Chowk as peace returns

PROGRAM: KAHANI Date aired: August 11, 2018 Part II: Cheel Chowk in Karachi’s Lyari: symbol of terror turns into symbol of peace VO: Cheel Chowk is considered a symbol of fear. The falcon envisioned by poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal has been placed at the entrance of Karachi’s Lyari. It has witnessed the Karachi Operation and…

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Watch: PPP’s Nabil Gabol goes head to head with a passenger at the Karachi airport

The PPP’s Nabil Gabol went head to head with a resident of Lyari at the Karachi aiport after the resident complained about Gabol’s performance as an elected representative from the area. An enraged Gabol hurled abuses at the man and then went on to push him over.

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Meet PTI’s Shakoor Shad who defeated Bilawal Bhutto in Lyari

Voters in Lyari, a PPP heartland for decades, opted for PTI’s Abdul Shakoor Shad over PPP chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, in a major and unexpected blow to the PPP in Sindh. Speaking to SAMAA, Shad defines his priorities for the neglected neighborhood of Karachi.

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TLP ‘crane’ pushes its way into Sindh Assembly

TLP makes its way to Sindh Assembly, winning two seats in Karachi   Newly minted religious group, Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan, has made it to power, winning its first-ever seats in the general elections July 25. The other, more major religious parties, suffered a stunning setback in Karachi.  The Khadim Rizvi-led TLP won Sindh Assembly seats PS-107…

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The Benazir of Lyari fears no one

Write this down, tell the world: Mohtarma Benazir resides in Gali Number 2, Gul Muhammad Bhoja Road. And she fears no one. In 1988, Lyari was rapturous. Shabana Noshi’s hit song ‘Dila Teer Bija’ resounded from every restaurant, car and poster-covered donkey cart, announcing Benazir Bhutto’s first victory over her opponents in the general elections….

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General Election 2018: Sindh’s NA-246 Karachi constituency …

NA-246 Lyari, Karachi Bilawal Bhutto is leading with 1,754 votes. Candidates: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari of the PPP. He visited the party stronghold for a campaign but protests erupted. Javed Iqbal of the MQM-H. Ejaz Ahmed Baloch of the PSP. Mahfooz Yar Khan of the MQM, who was an MPA from Jamshed Quarters PS-106. Abdul Shakoor…

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General Election 2018: Sindh’s PS-37 Shaheed Benazirabad (Nawabshah)

PS-37 Shaheed Benazirabad 195,498 voters 10 polling stations Previously PS-25 and Nawabshah Areas: Jamal Shah Kandiari Lyari Abul Hassan Candidates: Azra Fazal Pechuho of the PPP, who is the sister of Asif Ali Zardari. She was an MNA on NA-213, the reserved seat. She headed the Family Planning 2020 Task Force as chairperson. Abdul Hafeez Khan of…

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Rickshaw Jatt takes a drive through NA-246 Lyari

‘Rickshaw Jatt’ took a ride through the streets of Karachi’s Lyari to find out what the area’s issues are. PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will be contesting the elections from NA-246 Lyari but the residents of the area aren’t sure whether he deserves their votes.

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