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Traffic accidents in Balochistan

By: Afsa Hidayat Jaam      World Health Organization (WHO) reports that average 15000-16000 people die annually due to of road accidents. It is also a fact that the people loss their loved ones due to large number of traffic accidents in Balochistan.   Nowadays the most depressing issue that travelers are facing is spreading incidents of road accidents on 700-kilometre-long ...

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It is need of the hour to take every child to school in Balochistan

By: Zeeshan Nasir Balochistan is counted to be one of the most lagged behind provinces of Pakistan in terms of Education, healthcare, human rights. The state of education in Balochistan has always been a gamble between our politicians, with low literacy rates and a lack of access to schools. According to reports by the Provincial Education Commission that there are ...

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Balochistan needs more universities  

By: Munaj Gul Muhammd Universities play a tremendous role for the betterment of a country and assist the students to study about their cultural norms and recognize their own identity and other nations too. Whilst, universities are the main secrets of the successful countries, there is no such country which got developments without education. However, the education sector in Balochistan ...

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Change is indispensable

By: Shah Faisal  Change is not possible until we are realistic. Our condition may not be different if we do not make it different. History witnesses how the nations brought revolutions and changed the situation in their favor by becoming proactive. Either Arabean society or European nations; they highlighted their dark-age and determined to oppose it. In the same stream ...

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Ahmed Umer: the reborn revolution

By: Ali Jan Maqsood My visit to Balochistan Academy Turbat made me meet one of the most admired short story writers of Balochi literature, Ahmed Umer. He was different, from my point of view, from the rest of the members of the literary society. As I had already read his only short story book “Murg Dahim ha Baal kanant (The ...

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Tangible measures needed to resolve problems in Kalat city

By: Waqar Ahmed Shahwani                          Kalat is a historical city of district Kalat. It dates back more than 2000 years. It is known as the thrown of Balochistan. It lies to the west of Provisional capital of Quetta. Fortunately, Kalat city has the privilege to hold the palace of khan of Kalat. Indeed, this is the place where the agreement ...

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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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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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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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