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Daily Sindh Express
A Daily Sindh Express front page.
|Founded||February 7, 2012|
|Headquarters||Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan|
|Sister newspapers||Daily 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 
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.
- 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
- Sindh Express (Sunday Magazine)
- Editorial page
- Front page
- Express News, News Channel started by Daily Express
- Daily Express (Urdu newspaper)
- Daily Insaf Times, daily evening newspaper
- The Express Tribune
- EPaper - Daily Sindh Express Official Epaper* List of pages (Thumbnails) Daily Sindh Express
- Daily Express - Pakistan Official Site
- Profile Century Publications
- Review and feature list of Daily Express Website
- Profile of Daily Sindh Express at APNS
- Sindh Express E-News Online
- Sindhi Newspapers in Pakistan
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