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Editorial: Govt’s plans to launch mobile medical services in far flung areas in Balochistan

 According to the media reports the Balochistan government has finalized a plan to launch mobile medical services in rural areas of the province to provide quality medical facilities to people of far flung areas at their doorstep. Talking to the media Provincial Minister for Health, Mir Naseeb Ullah Marri said that the mobile medical units would be sent in areas, ...

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Lack of computers at Girls’ Degree College Turbat  

I am a student of Girls’ Degree Turbat, where we are facing problems due to unavailability of computers. At least, more than 100 students are currently enrolled in computer department but the same department has very limited computers for ages. Similarly, the computers which are already present are very old and do not work properly.  Despite our complains time and ...

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Book Review: Like it happened yesterday

By: Adnan Maqsood It is a novel written by Ravinder Singh, an Indian novelist and a successful reminder of childhood through his books. He has written six books, and this is third one of him. Ravinder Singh belonged to a poor family in his childhood, where his father worked to provide education to his children that they should not suffer ...

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A good move by Balochistan Assembly to call students during sessions

By: Ali Jan Maqsood We can estimate a huge difference in the politics of Balochistan comparing to the rest as a result, changes are reckoned to appear very often in province those are leading the province to get into a brighter chapter in politics. As recently, the government of Balochistan has asked students of last semester of Law, Political Science, ...

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Public Library Kalat lacks basic facilities

By: Imdad Baloch World in the 21st first century is in the age of enlightenment and learning. People in the world are searching for all possible ways to achieve objectives of the learning and enlightenment. They are working day and night to produce learning environment on internet; in schools, colleges, universities, museums and libraries. Their learning institutions are whole-heartedly owned ...

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Together we can fight against malnutrition in Balochistan: Dr. Amin Khan Mandokhail  

Zhob/ Killa Saifullah: Provincial Coordinator Balochistan Nutrition Program for Mothers and Children Dr. Amin Khan Mandokhail has said that  together we can fight against Malnutrition in Balochistan.  He expressed these views during a surprise visit to District Zhob and District Killa Saifullah where visited established OTPS and checked all medicines and other materials. On the occasion respective districts, district Nutrition ...

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Youth should raise voices for their rights through effective and positive use of social media: Sanaullah Baloch

By: Staff Reporter Quetta: Balochistan National Party (BNP) Central Leader and Member Balochistan Assembly, Sanaullah Baloch has said that youth should raise voices for their rights through effective and positive use of social media. He expressed these views during a stakeholder consultation on ‘Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) framework for Balochistan’ organized by Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) in collaboration with ...

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Don’t Build a Business, Build People

By: Dr.Shumaila Sumalani It was a grey and dismal evening in early October. I was planning the details of a forthcoming event. I was working all alone in the block. I received a call from security officers of my organization. They asked me to leave the place for security reasons. Although there was a large amount of work to be ...

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Chaman Pak-Afghan border- Border Management issues and way forward

By: Shafqat Anwar Shahwani The Durand Line between Pakistan and Afghanistan was drawn by the British India through an agreement signed in 1893, between the Foreign Secretary of the British Indian government, Sir Mortimer Durand and the then ruler of Afghanistan, King Abdur Rehman Khan, which demarcated the 2,640 km (1,610 miles) border between British India and Afghanistan.  Subsequently, after ...

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Complex for special education in Balochistan

 By: Sultana Jamil A socially and economically empowered society disadvantaged in particular, have access to an ethical social welfare system, and their well-being is protected through effective and citizen-centered service delivery. As a social worker, I did my research in the Complex for special education in this institution. There are four schools; school for hearing impaired, physical handicapped, visually handicapped ...

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