Published: Thursday 30 November 2000

Pakistan's Sindh province government has allowed hunting of more species this year. It has issued new rules to regulate hunting during the forthcoming season. Last year's ban on hunting of several wildlife species has been lifted. This year hunters will be allowed to hunt partridges, sandgrouse, quails, ducks, coots, moorhens, snipes, stints, dunlins, ruff, godwits, red shanks, curlews among others.

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