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    U.S. Consul General Brian Heath provides carriers to Sindh Police.

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    U.S. Consulate General Karachi held a sports diplomacy Iftar and field hockey clinic for 30 female Access English-language Microscholarship students.

  • Beach Cleanup

    300 Access ‎iEARN‬ students, along with their teachers and officials from ‪U.S. Consulate General‬ Karachi, participated in a beach cleanup.

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    U.S. Consulate Karachi celebrates Earth Day with school children.

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    Consul General Brian Heath and other American officers from the U.S. Consulate General took a ride on the famous victoria in Karachi.

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    US bluegrass band charms Jamshoro music fans

    The Kentucky Winders, one of America’s top bluegrass bands, rocked the house at the University of Sindh, Jamshoro. Led by Nikos Pappas (fiddle), the band includes Seth Folsom (banjo and guitar), Nick Lloyd (bass player) and Jesse Wells (guitar, banjo).  

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    US bluegrass band plays to full house at NAPA

    The enthusiastic audience at Karachi’s National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA) was clearly loving the Kentucky Winders — one of America’s top bluegrass bands. Led by Nikos Pappas (fiddle), the band includes Seth Folsom (banjo and guitar), Nick Lloyd (bass player) and Jesse Wells (guitar, banjo). The band is visiting Pakistan courtesy of the U.S. Consulate General Karachi. 

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    3.4% Rise in Number of Pakistani Students Studying in the United States

    Education USA at the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) hosted a pre-departure orientation in Karachi for 40 students who will begin their graduate and undergraduate programs in the United States this fall. 

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    U.S.-Pakistan Professional Partnership in Journalism Alumni Attend Training Seminar in Karachi

    The U.S. Department of State and the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) launched a training seminar for 150 alumni of the U.S.-Pakistan Professional Partnership in Journalism program today at the Institute for Business Administration (IBA) City Campus in Karachi. 

LATEST VIDEOS FROM The Consulate

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    Cricket Training

    We know that Pakistanis love cricket. So we decided to learn some cricket skills to impress our Pakistani friends. Who better to teach us than Pakistani cricket super stars Sarfaraz Ahmed and Sikander Bakht. Check out this video as we get our first cricket lesson. So much fun! 

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    Happy Birthday Pakistan

    Happy Birthday ‪Pakistan‬! Watch this video as we celebrate Pakistan's ‪‎IndependenceDay‬. 

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    Rickshaw ride in Karachi

    Riding a rickshaw in Karachi is a dream come true for us. Our excitement knew no bounds when we actually got the chance to ride the amazing three wheeler!  

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