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Will CPEC benefit Balochistan?

 By: Abdul Wahab Buledi China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a Chinese mega project which initially worth $ 46 billion. The value of CPEC is now worth $ 54 billion invested at Gawadar sea port through a network of 3000 km, also known as North South Economic Corridor based on one belt one route initiative. Balochistan being the most conflicted ...

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Universal Children’s Day and violence against children in Pakistan

By: Sana Samad The United Nation’s Universal Children’s Day was established in 1954. It is observed on November 20th each year for the promotion of international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide and improving children’s welfare. This year the UN announced the theme of the day which is “Stop Violence against Children “. According to UN that the children are continuously ...

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Chaghi: A rich land with ignored people

By: Bilal Shehzad Baloch Chaghae is a Balochi word which means the land of well. In old era people used to dig wells to get water for their fertile land and domestic purpose. Gradually the word “Chaghae” changed into Chaghi. Chaghi has great topography in Balochistan. It is situated in west of Balochistan and shares border with Iran and Afghanistan ...

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Your first responsibility is “To educate yourself”

By: Daud Khan The leading job of a good teacher is to push his students to do best in their studies. Because “A Great teacher does not give knowledge, he awakens the thirst for knowledge.” For the reason it is important to focus on the following to achieve dreams: Importance of learning: We human beings are learning creature so we ...

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Baloch and Their Culture

By: Noor Bakhsh The word Baloch, by its connotation is meant nomad. Over 75 percent of the Baloch live in Balochistan .Apart from Balochistanl, Baloch also reside in other provinces of Pakistan. Moreover, about the origin of the world ‘Baloch’, Rawlinson (1873) estimated that the word ‘BALOCH’ came from the name of Babylonian king and god blues. Similarly,Dames (1904) explains ...

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Tuberculosis in Baluchistan

By: Fatima A.Gafhoor Tuberculosis is a disease with a rapid growth in most of the areas of Balochistan and the rural areas are the worst victims of it. Tuberculosis highlights that a person can transfer the TB virus to over 100 people by breathing, coughing, and sneezing. Pakistan with the worst victims of the patients of Balochistan seems in the ...

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Hostility against Baloch and Pashtun Students in QAU Islamabad

By: Sami Parvez On October 5th morning Quaidian Students Federation (QSF) which includes Baloch, Pahstoon, Sindhi, Sariki & Punjabi students councils, all conducted a collectively protest against the QAU administration for their demands. Students stood together and did not let the university open for the classes. Police filed a FIR against 37th students who were protesting for their demands. They ...

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To Whom My Vote Gone

By: Ali Hassan As election days coming close, people from different political parties are seen engaged to work for greater gathering for their respective leaders. After more than four unseen ministers once again they are seem roaming in different street within their respective constituency. People are also relishing to see new branded cars. Though democracy runs by voters but here ...

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Malala’s Outfit and Jealousy Factor

By: Muhammad Anwar Nasar A week ago Malala Yousafzai has started her education career at Oxford University, London. Her tweet showed a picture of her laptop and selection of books on logic. The tweet was liked by more than 666,000 well-wishers within an hour. Malala Yousafzai is an inspirational girl that works for the cause of female education throughout the ...

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Remembering the Rural Women of Balochistan on International Rural Women’s Day

By: Sana Samad International Day of Rural Women is celebrated each year on October 15 in worldwide including Pakistan to raise awareness about the role of rural females who have an important role in developing the society and its economy. Educated women play essential role for the prosperity of any nation but the dilemma here is that rural women in ...

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