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Baloch Students Action Committee holds Study Circle at University of Karachi

KARACHI: Baloch Students Action Committee-Karachi University (BSAC-KU) held a Study Circle today on 10th August 2018 at Department of Criminology, University of Karachi. Syed Hassan Ali, lecturer Department of Philosophy, delivered a lecture on ‘A Critical Analysis on Marxism’. Before the lecture, new batch of the M.Phil and PhD students were welcomed and were presented books as the welcome gesture. ...

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A tribute to the legend-Balochi singer late Waja Noor Khan Bezanjo

By: Sami Parvez  Noor Khan Bezanjo was born on January 9th, 1970 in Pasani. He was son of Ghulam Sarwar Bezanjo. He completed his matriculation from Pasani and for further education he moved to Karachi where he completed his high school and graduation. After his graduation from Karachi then he moved to Quetta for higher education where he achieved his ...

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Poverty and its solution

By:  Siyyed Abdul Kareem Shah Some people say that poverty is a curse, some people consider it as It’s fate. But the question is really confusing, what is poverty? How it can be defined? The poverty according to the sociologists: “is a financial state of an individual in which, the person is lack of it’s basic and financial needs”. Poverty ...

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Letter: Gutka addiction in Windar  and Hub

Eating Gutka has become a traditional activity for residents of Windar and Hub City in Balochistan.   Unbelievably 7and 8 years old children are involved in Guttka addiction. Being children they are prone to different diseases such as mouth cancer ,lung cancer and so on which are being on rise  in every corner of these cities. According to news report 70%children ...

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Electricity crisis in Mekran  

By: Ali Jan Maqsood The crisis of electricity in Mekran for last month is yet another matter for the people in Makran region. Makran covers Kech, Gwadar and Panjgor districts in Balochistan.  The electrical based businesses of the division are thoroughly disturbed because of unavailability of electricity. Basically, electricity of Mekran is supplied from Iran. Numerous suspects on shortage of ...

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Impartial analysis of election 2018

 By: Abdul Rasool Syed Thanks to heavens, election is over. Amidst endogenous and exogenous threats to sabotage the process, it was conducted peacefully throughout country except one incident of Quetta carnage. For this our armed forces alongside polling staff deserve our heartfelt kudos since without their unflinching aid, it could not have been possible to execute the polls successfully. As ...

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Russia Pakistan relations: Economic and diplomatic dimensions

By: Venita Christopher The warming up of the relations between Russia and Pakistan started only recently a visible tilt could be witnessed in the foreign policy of Russia towards Pakistan for some time now where Russia  has been focusing to build its long term economic, military and political relations with Pakistan. Pakistan is recognized by Russia as instrumental for political ...

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Mushtaq Raisani, Khalid Langove granted bail in ‘mega corruption case’

QUETTA: The Balochistan High Court (BHC) approved the bail appeals of former finance adviser to chief minister Balochistan Mir Khalid Langove and former Balochistan finance secretary Mushtaq Raisani on Monday. Raisani served as the former Balochistan finance secretary, whereas Langove was the former financial adviser to chief minister Balochistan. The BHC set bail at Rs5 million each for the two ...

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‘Monopoly’ ends after three decades; Ind candidate wins PA seat

By Rafiullah Mandokhail ZHOB: At last the three-decade ‘monopoly’ on the provincial assembly seat ended as contractor-turned-politician won the seat amid neck to neck contest here in Zhob’s PB-2 constituency. Independent candidate Mutha Khan Kakar stood successful by getting 16003 votes against the independent candidate Dr. Nawaz Kakar, who bagged 9475 votes, while PML- candidate Sheikh Jaffar Khan Mandokhail obtained ...

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Quetta: 25 killed, several injured in suspected suicide attack outside a polling station

QUETTA: a least  25 people were killed and 30 injured in a suspected suicide attack outside a polling station in eastern outskirts of Quetta of Quetta, police and local media reported Wednesday. A suspected suicide bomber, acting alone, tried to enter a polling station on the eastern outskirts of Quetta, capital of Balochistan province, but blew himself up when he ...

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