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Traditions are the identity of our province: Chief Minister Balochistan

QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan, Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has said that traditions such as brotherhood, tolerance, hospitality and respect for each other were the identity of our province. “Keeping all these traditions alive and intact is our joint responsibility,” he added. Chief Minister Balochistan expressed these views during a traditional ceremony of nomination of newly designated Sardar (Chief) of Jattak ...

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The Plight of Coal Miners

By: Inzamam Qasim Silachi Pakistan with its vast land area is bestowed with the natural resources. Coal mining is the indispensable part of our economy. It contributes about 3% to our GDP apart from this it also fulfills need of energy production, domestic use, industrial use etc. In Pakistan there are thousands of coal mines in every province of country. ...

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Dilapidated Condition of Government Schools in District Kech

By: Mannan Samad In Kech, the second largest district of Balochistan, we have 56 functioning government high schools. More students are attending public schools, but like many other districts of Balochsitan, public schools in district Kech are not provided with necessary facilities. The government schools are mostly deprived of fundamental amenities while the government is merely relying on rhetorical promises ...

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Guli- A Knight Lady

By: Dur Bibi Ishaque Film culture emerged in Baloch society some eight years ago. It has been developing very rapidly for last for 5 to 8 years. This spring not only came in Baluchistan but also blossomed in Karachi. Quality short films and documentaries highlighting social and political issues gave a great phase to medium of films in Baloch Society. ...

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CM Balochistan says, Journey of Peace, Prosperity and Development is underway across the province

Staff Reporter QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan, Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri Monday said that dark days of Balochistan had gone away as the journey of peace, prosperity and development was underway across the province after great sacrifices of masses and security forces. “A bright and educated Balochistan is my dream and I want to materialize my dream before transition of incumbent ...

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Musical Chairs of Governance

By: Suhail Mandukhel Tribalism-based governments in Balochistan have many things in common but the basic commonality is “party-shift”. Drastic change in parties’ position at helm, after every five-year, reflects the inconsistency of our rulers. So it will be fair to admit that Balochistan is the laboratory of bandied governmental power. Nonetheless, these rulers deliver a bit when they are jump-started ...

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Doctors Need Protection

By: Dr Shamim Nazir It goes without saying that the doctor’s profession is considered the most prestigious, noble and respected profession in the universe. Not only by the worthiness of its name but moreover choosing it as a career gives a sense of responsibility and feeling of serving humanity in the time of need. Being a doctor is an uphill ...

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GWADAR: PUAN Explores Better Ways of Learning and Teaching

By: Mariyam Suleman Pakistan US Alumni Network Chapter Gwadar (PUAN-Gwadar) conducted two different events for students and teachers of Gwadar to explore better understanding for better learning and teaching experience. The first event was conducted on 21st July in YES Alumni Library (Unique English Language Center), based on Sean Covey’s book “Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers”. The seven habits ...

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Lok virsa Condemn attack on Queen of Pashto folk music Zarsanga

ISLAMABAD: Legend folk singer of Khyber pakhtoon Khawa Zarsanga and her family were brutally attacked by a mob of her villagers. The incident occurred when she returned to her village at Nowshera from Sawat. She was shifted to local hospital where Doctors came to know that she got deep wounds mostly on her face. Lok Virsa recently named a hall ...

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Pakistan ranks at 70 among 144 countries for recognizing role of Women in Political Empowerment

PRAGUE: Pakistan ranks at 70 among 144 countries for identifying Women Participation in Political arena of Pakistan. In recognizing the role of Women in Political Empowerment, Centre for Career Education (ECCE) invited Farzana Yaqoob, President Asia Institute of Public Policy at Czech Republic to deliver an exclusive guest note on the state of gender parity in Pakistan. ECCE is a ...

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