Pakistan: After the Bitterness of the Floods Comes ‘Sweet Water’

Inter Press Service: Pakistan's recent catastrophic floods has had many alternately worried and depressed, but the indigenous community that calls the mudflats between the creeks of the Indus delta home has been having a decidedly far different reaction. Flashing a smile that reveals a mouth stained red from years of chewing 'ghutka' (a concoction of tobacco, betel nut and flavourings), 70-something Ayub Dablo says: "With so much sweet water, our land will become green again." Dablo lives with his ......

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