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The Mortal Highway of Balochistan

 By: Hassam Bezinjo   The N-25 or National Highway 25 is an 813 km national highway which extends along from Karachi (Sindh) to Chaman in Balochistan. The Highway was constructed during governance of of Sardar AttaUllah Mengal as a chief minister of Balochistan. The National Highway was previously known as the Regional Cooperation for Development Highway (RCD Highway). Along with Highway, which is ...

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Extraordinary Contributions of Baloch Movie’s Directors 

By: Shakeel Phullan   The Balochi effective Movies delineates the richness and uniqueness with worthy influences on cultural-related advancements which shaped the culture to be well-known and successful for maintaining its distinguished values. As the recognition and identification of every culture is based on its cultural activities with their qualities and values like the rich movies, languages, cultures, traditions and etc. ...

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Imran Khan Hara: A talented gem of Balochistan

By: Rahima Zaid The Balochistan province of Pakistan is full of great talented youth who have proved their talents and visions to the world. Among those talented gems is Imran Khan Hara. Imran Khan Hara belong to the Sibi district which is the hottest region of Pakistan. He is a young Entrepreneur in the sector of E-commerce. He is the ...

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Child labour

 By: Maryam Obaidullah No doubt that child labor is the indication of the fact that the state has stopped producing job opportunity for its citizens, its priorities are totally different from that of public service. And it will surely besmirch its reputation in front of the world. Almost child labor has trapped the most of the world with its exacerbating ...

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Impact of Government’s Policy on the growth of Real Estate Sector

Real estate is revealed as an excellent resource for the development of any nation’s economy. Pakistan has had a functioning impact in the real estate industry since 2017.  According to the research 2020 is considered to be the best year for real estate in Pakistan. Lands and properties in Pakistan have gone through basic and policy driven issues, and therefore, ...

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Effects of Covid-19 On Online Shopping Behavior

By: B.A Khan Since the global pandemic has made us all change the way we see things. We understand that the Covi-19 implications will last for decades, and it also has brought some extremely dynamic effects on online shopping behaviors. People are changing the way they do supermarket run, and from the time social distancing has become a priority, online ...

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Long March for Education

By: Sahila Baloch According to Aristotle, education is the process of training man to fulfill his aims by exercising all the facilities to the fullest extent as a member of society. In every era of world, education has been fundamental right of humans to gain, but in Pakistan even in 21th century still Baloch are fighting for gaining their fundamental ...

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Rakshabandan and the responsibilities of Hindu brotheren

By Akash Kumar Rakshabandan is one of the most popular festivals of Hinduism; on this very day a sister indues a particular type of thread to her brother’s wrist as a sign so that a brother can protect her in every moment of the life. The brother promises to keep her from evil’s eyes. However, in today’s modern era various ...

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“Frailty thy name is Farwa”.

By Abdullah Farhad Farwa w is a proud daughter of Balochistan, who proved this maxim wrong. When Shakespeare wrote these lines, “Frailty thy name is woman”, he never thought of today’s women. Today Farwa Batool became an icon for others. She is a torch bearer for other girls who  are making efforts to break stereotype culture. Farwa Batool has took ...

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Is protesting for education a crime?

By: Atiq Alib From class 1st to till now, we are taught that getting education is our fundamental right. But we were not taught that this right is for learning and memorizing only, we cannot imply it on ourselves. It was obvious from the act of the Quetta police during that protest. The act of “Lati charge” and imprisoning the ...

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