“Crabbing” Dinner Cruises in Karachi’s Keamari Harbor

Saleem Razzaq (below) is well-known in Karachi’s harbor. His dinner cruises, which he hopes will someday be popular again, always feature the local mud crabs.

Razzaq hopes that, now and then, customers will still be interested in a local boatman’s stories of

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