City by the Sea – The future of Karachi’s Coastline (Urdu) – Karachi Video

City by the Sea - The future of Karachi's Coastline (Urdu)

This documentary explores alternatives to haphazard development along Karachi’s coastline in light of the basic principles of urban planning. The English version is up here: youtu.be Director: Mahera Omar Producers: Shehri-CBE and Getz Pharma Pakistan
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. I saw this documentary in Goethe Institute. Really amazing work!
    But as youtube is a global medium, i would suggest to upload the subtitles too.

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  2. This is amazing effort. Hats off to your team. Your camera-persons. amazing videography, compilation and information.
    Appreciated by: Pakistan cyber combat “Eagles of Pakistan”

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  3. excellent work – this should be compulsory viewing for all citizens of karachi. i’m going to make all thee students at our government school watch it!

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  4. This is superb work done.this type of actual work needs to be done in media and it projection.i stongly believe this will make a difference and impact on masses.Good job done.

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  5. Excellent. A beautifully done documentary, captures Karachi at its best and worst. Is most realistica and shows the caring and compassion for our city. It needs to be aired all over our country especially to be shown to the lawmakers and givers so that they may do something. These kind of documentaries must be aired, in schools, colleges, universitiies, everywhere, all over the place so that our citizens may become aware of the danger that we are posing to our own selves.
    Farrokh Namazi

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  6. I feel sickened by the rampaging greed machine that is trashing Karachi in the name of progress and development. This docu is excellent. The bit about the brazen Emaar project didn’t – as far as I understood – touch on the fact that its practically made the desalination plant a bit further down the shoreline defunct due to altering the silting patterns of the beach. One step forward, ten steps back… it feels hopeless

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