SUKKUR- Two newborn babies in a flood relief camp in Kandhkot, district Kashmore-Kandhkot were given unusual names by their mothers as a symbolic representation of the havoc wreaked by floods and rain. Mai Najma, belonging to a minority community, gave birth to a baby boy in village Ramdas in Kandhkot, who was named as ‘Sailab’ (flood), while another woman, Soma, hailing from the same village, gave birth to a baby girl, who was named as ‘Barish’ (rain). The parents gave unconventional names to their newly-born babies so that the devastation caused by the rains and floods could be remembered in the time ahead.