Shahid Shah

Shahid Shah began his career in 1997, working with Sindhi newspaper dailies including Khadim-e-Watan, Kawish and Ibrat Hyderabad. In 2004, he joined the News International and since then has only been associated with the News. He was awarded the Daniel Pearl/Alfred Friendly Fellowship in 2006 and moved to Washington D.C for a six month program at Wall Street Journal. In 2015 he won the Geo Journalism/Data Journalism Fellowship by Earth Journalism Network and The Thirdpole.net in Nepal.

Stories:

A conversion out of love

Rural Sindh’s Sunita Rathor married her first cousin, Dr Deepak Raj, despite […]

Sindh’s suicide rates spike as poverty rises

Last month, a 22-year old woman from Wahi Pandhi near Dadu attempted […]

Journalist faces religious discrimination

The religious minorities of Sindh not only remain under threat in the […]

Sindh’s children remain helpless against sexual abuse

Earlier this month, twelve-year-old Ahmed Bhatti was kidnapped from Tandojam in Sindh […]

Hindu girl saved from forced conversion, marriage

Last month, the Sindh High Court ordered a minor Hindu girl to […]

Sindh — where love transcends faith

When I was getting condolences after the funeral of my mother last […]

Reporting from unfamiliar grounds

Imran Zakir works as a reporter for what he terms a tier-2 […]

The never-ending search for identity

While Pakistan’s minority communities continue to live under the vast shadow of […]