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Short Story Brahui: Ghamkhwar Hayat English Translation: Fareed Bugti It was a chilly day of December. The bulging pipelines of little warm-rooms of the village were emitting smoke as it is coming out of a running coal-train. Today, our neighbors had received their guests out of the blue. A little boy of them came to us for asking a scarce ...

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Book Review: The Secret Garden

By: Sahar Abdul Karim The secret to happiness and altruism. The novel revolves on a selfish, mean-spirited lead, whose journey towards acquiring self-knowledge commences with an unlocked door.  The secret garden is one of the best publications of an American playwright and author Frances Hodgson Burnett. She has written numerous novels and earned a great name in the children’s literature. ...

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Letter: Cancer Requires Hospitals

Pakistan is the 7th populous country in the world where cancer is escalating rapidly day by day. According to a research more than 300,000 people are being affected by this fatal disorder in each year globally. Almost every age’s person reported this illness. Nearly 48,449 men and 52,669 female have the illness in their blood. The cancer is rapidly intensifying ...

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Poverty-Stricken People and The Coronavirus

By Muhammad Hussain  Currently the world is engaged in combating a pandemic issue. The pandemic is a type of infection caused by an n-Covid19, specifically known as the Corona Virus. The first case of this disease was reported to be confirmed in the Wahan city of China. Overtimes, it has promptly dissipated and affected the entire world. The virus in ...

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The Fates of Prisoners

The virus, n-Covid19 has become a pandemic problem which has taken the lives of thousands of people in only four months, has also become a serious threat to the prisoners. Those who are free may stay safe because they can stay far from others and can also apply the preventive measures but what about the prisoners who cannot even walk ...

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Quetta remembers attack on lawyers on 2nd anniversary

By: Sana Samad On 8th August 2016, there was an attack on a group of lawyers and journalists in Quetta that killed more than 70 people, and leaving over a 100 injured. This attack came in the wake of another attack earlier that day which killed the former president of Balochistan Bar Association, Bilal Anwar Kasi. The second attack took ...

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Democracy in Balochistan is an illusion

By Mariyam Suleman One of the bloodied attacks in Balochistan on 13th July during an election campaign took more than hundred lives and injured more than hundred others. Recalling all such attacks in the last one decade in the province, one can find thousands of people killed and injured. What makes it easy for the terrorists to target the same ...

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Mastung: Siraj Raisani, BAP candidate among 128 others killed and over 200 injured in a blast

MASTUNG: Nawabzada Siraj Raisani, BAP (Balochistan Awami Party) candidate along with 128 others have been killed, and over 200 others injured in a suicide blast in Dareengarh area of Mastung during party’s election rally. Siraj Raisani was severely injured in the blast and succumbed to wounds before he was shifted to the hospital in Quetta. After the blast, an emergency ...

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Education system yields little for Balochistan’s children

By: Munaj Gul Muhammad Balochistan is far behind as far as quality of education is concerned and a recent survey has revealed that the literacy rate in Balochistan is merely 33 percent. There are hundreds or thousands of ghost schools in the province and no one seems to heed the loss of the children and the government continues to neglect ...

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Ormara: Citizens block Makran Coastal Highway to protest water and electricity shortage

ORMARA: Traffic came to standstill on Monday morning after hundreds of furious protesters in Ormara blocked Makran Coastal Highway to protest water and power shortage. Protesters gathered on Monday at 8:00 am marching through the main coastal highway between rows of paralyzed cars on the road as the traffic was backed up for miles with transport buses in particular travelling ...

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