When Haseena Malik speaks out for the downtrodden, her words flow restlessly in sharp contrast to the calm demeanor of the Indus at Dera.
She is passionate, she is fiery, she is articulate. In this area, this unmarried native is a force to be reckoned with.
Malik, 65, wears many hats. A school teacher and . . . → Read More: Stories of the Indus