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Aakash Santorai
  • Hyderabad Sindh
  • Pakistan
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Aakash Santorai
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I am working on climate Change and environmental issues. As my 9 years of journalism career i covered the various issues about climate change. I covered the coastal climate change and its economical impacts. Reports on Pakistan's largest desert area Tharparkar.I am also the media fellow of Water Aid in Pakistan. Recently i got the International Visitors Leadership Program economic journalism study tour tour of USA for one month. I am Coordinator of South Asia Forum Of Climate Change Journalists
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Aakash Santorai is a 33 year old professional journalist based in Hyderabad sindh Pakistan. He has 9 years experience in working journalism and 10 years experience of writing in many newspapers, periodicals and magazines. He is also a human rights and social activist. Environment, Economy, Human and Civil Rights, Politics, Democracy and Poverty are his areas of interest and his vision is to find and capture opportunities in above mentioned areas.He is the author of many articles, features and stories published in daily DAWN (English daily) besides Daily Kawish and other newspapers and magazines. His translated book HYDERABAD is also published which bears the history of ancient Hyderabad City. He is the Media fellow of Water Aid International (Pakistan).He also received an award on investigative journalism .Besides being a professional journalist and energetic enthusiastic person since last one decade he contributes his all efforts to aware the social activist and contributes all ideas with civil society organizations and individual’s .He also contributes many efforts to the member of parliament and provincial assembly to move motions and bills related with women, environment and social issues

Aakash Santorai's Blog

Coastal Life: Saltish like sea water

Their Mud-made homes are situated some half kilometer away from sea. They have no way to understand their life, they only knows that “their life is like waves, sometime up and sometime down”. From Badin city, a link road goes to Sirani, a small village like town. This road turns into Kacha Rasta, which goes along with mirwah canal. This kacha Rasta ends at this village Sheikh Qurhio. Natives of this village remains deprived all of human facilities and unable to achieve their livelihood.…


Posted on September 24, 2014 at 21:32

Variation in Rain Pattern and Change in Climate of South Asia

Climate Change is alarming global issue but same time South Asia region is witnessing its worst impacts in from one decade. Tsunamis in Srilanka, Floods in Pakistan and Bangladesh and drought in some parts of India are the facts of this climate crisis. Whole South Asia region in tropical atmosphere so Pakistan, India and other countries are witnessing the late monsoon rains these days. Due to impacts of extreme weather, the rain pattern changed in this region.

 It was a time when…


Posted on August 30, 2012 at 10:27

Global City Karachi having Threat of Contamination of Drinking Water by Climate Change

Keenjhar Lake, which is the only source of drinking water for Pakistan’s largest populated city Karachi, is missing its marvelous paste due to the environmental and climate changes in the region. Karachi city is located at the coast of Arabian Sea in the south-east end of country. It is the main sea port and financial hub of Pakistan also. Karachi is the most populous city in the country, one of the world's largest cities in terms of population and also the 10th largest urban agglomeration…


Posted on January 19, 2012 at 9:00

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At 15:27 on August 4, 2012, Touhidur Rahman said…

Hi Akash, how are you? I'm also join this group. Hope we explore together climate issues. Thanks



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