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Daily Sindh Express

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Daily Sindh Xpress
روزاني سِنڌُ ايِڪسپِريسِ
Sindh Express.jpg
A Daily Sindh Express front page.
TypeDaily newspaper
Owner(s)Lakson Group
PublisherCentury Publications
FoundedFebruary 7, 2012
HeadquartersHyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan Pakistan
Sister newspapersDaily Express (Urdu newspaper)

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The Daily Sindh Express (Sindhi: روزاني سِنڌُ ايِڪسپِريسِ‎), founded on February 7, 2012, is one of Sindh's most widely circulated Sindhi language newspapers, published by Century Publications, a Lakson Group subsidiary and its publisher is Sultan Ali Lakhani and its editor is Farooque Soomro. It is published from Hyderabad, Latifabad[1] [2]


The Daily Sindh Express introduced an e-paper version on its website that provides the complete printed newspaper for online reading. This version is especially popular among Pakistanis living outside Pakistan.[citation needed]


  • Mohammad Khan Sial, articles on current affairs headlined: "Koonjoon Thyoon Kunkane".
  • Laghari Rashid, Press club diary
  • Zahida Hina, articles on politics
  • Zahid Rajpar,
  • Irahad Laghari, View Point
  • Sattar Rind, No comments
  • Akhtar Hafeez, Samuond Sochoon
  • Bashir Ahmed Soomro,
  • Dastaghir Bhatti,
  • and other columnist

Mag section[edit]

  • Sindh Express (Sunday Magazine)[3]
  • Editorial page
  • Front page

See also[edit]

  • Express News, News Channel started by Daily Express
  • Daily Express (Urdu newspaper)
  • Daily Insaf Times, daily evening newspaper
  • The Express Tribune


  1. "Sindh Express Front page". Century Publications. Lackson Group. Retrieved 27 August 2015.
  2. "All Pakistan Newspapers Society | Home". www.apns.com.pk. Retrieved 2018-05-03.
  3. Sunday, Magazine. "Sindh Express". Century Publications. Express. Retrieved 27 August 2015.

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