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Malaria affects 7,000 children in Balochistan annually : Director Malaria Control Program

QUETTA: Provincial director Malaria Control Program Dr. Kamalan Gichki has revealed that up to 7000 children are being indulged with Malaria in Balochistan annually.   Speaking to the journalists on Tuesday on World Malaria Day, Dr Kamalan Gichki, the director of the Balochistan Malaria Control, said 7,000 children are being infected by the disease in the province, annually. “Up to 1.6 ...

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QUETTA: NAB to hold open court on Thursday

QUETTA: Director General National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Balochistan Muhammad Irfan Baig will hold an open court at the regional office in Quetta on Thursday (April 26) . Following the directions of DG NAB Justice retired Javed Iqbal, the anti-corruption department has decided to hear public reservations on corruption while NAB will take action against corrupt elements within the society under ...

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Miserable State of Education in Jaffarabad

By: Jafar Mastoi Jaffarabad, a district in green-belt of Balochistan was named in 2002 when it was separated from Nasirabad district. It was emancipated with the motif of providing the best education system with the easier approach by district education managers. Articulating the state of education in district Jaffarabad based on the report “Jaffarabad Education District Plan 2016-17 to 2020-21” ...

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UNDP and WFP jointly organized closing ceremony of Pakistan-China Recovery Initiative

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and World Food Program (WFP) jointly held the closing ceremony of the Pakistan-China Recovery Initiative for the crisis-affected population of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Balochistan yesterday. A ground-breaking collaboration between the United Nations, the Government of the People’s Republic of China and the Government of Pakistan has helped the people affected by ...

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 Secretary Tourism and Archive stresses upon book reading to develop educated society

QUETTA: Tourism and Archive Secretary Zafar Ali Buledi has  that book reading is the only source through which society can be educated since the knowledge of history and modern techniques can only be obtained through books.    Buledi stressed on book reading while addressing an International Books Day ceremony conducted by the Tourism Department and Balochia Publishers on Monday. Zafar ...

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NAB Balochistan initiates legal proceedings against parliamentarians and government officers    

QUETTA: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Balochistan on Thursday initiated legal proceedings against parliamentarians and government officers on corruption charges. The proceeding has been initiated upon complaints received during the first quarter of year 2018 regarding corruption and corrupt practices.  NAB started working on verification of complaints and inquiry against seven MPAs of Balochistan Assembly including Obaidullah Babat, Rehmat Saleh Baloch, ...

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Exploring Jhal Magsi  

By: Syed Ansaar Ahmed Shah People know about Jhal Magsi through the exhilarating yearly event housed in fall season when the sunsets are glorious, weather is genial and the desert-like terrain accentuates the aura unique to Balochsitan. The land is a natural paradise for desert safari. Jhal Magsi is to Pakistan what Dubai is to the United Arab Emirates. The small rural establishment is ...

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Gamwar Baloch: A hope in backward society

By: Hazaran Rahim Maripur is an area of a most populous city in  Karachi which is also ranked as “Beta World City”. In this developed city, Maripur Tikri village is ranked as one of the most backward areas of Karachi. It is very tough for girls to go outside for their higher education where girls are limited to do matriculation ...

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Plight of children in Balochistan

 By: Syed Ansaar Ahmed Shah The state of health and education of children in Balochistan is terrible. In Balochistan, children have no future because the government is unwilling or unable to protect and promote their fundamental rights. Balochistan is the largest province of Pakistan with the number of problems faced by the children. Currently, Illiteracy is a major issue. According ...

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Regional impact of CPEC in terms of foreign policy-Part 1

By: Asal Khan Kakar China Pakistan Economic corridor (CPEC) is an economic project which was signed by Pakistan and china in April 2015. It is commonly in infrastructural development and is termed the game changer or fate changer for Pakistan. As China is investing in Pakistan through CPEC project total money of about $46 billion US, it is going to ...

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