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How the limited resources affect quality education in Balochistan

By: Haleema Baloch   Education is very important for everyone therefore it is very hard to imagine a prosperous and educated world without schools or educational institutions. The importance of education in our life is a well-known fact. The value of schools, colleges and universities prove the reality that they play a great role in success of individuals and communities. ...

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Remembering Sayad Zahoor Shah Hashmi

By: Waheed Wahid 4th March is known the sorrowful day for Baloch nation, since this day they lost a well-known personality namely Sayad Hashami. He was one of the greatest author, researcher, poet, historian and a linguist. Besides this, Sayad was not only expert in Balochi language, but also he kept expertise in Urdu, English, Arabi, Hindi, Persian and Sankirit. ...

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University of Turbat Law Department lacks facilities

By: Saleem Hamid Turbat, which is situated in the bank of Kech River, is divisional headquarter of Mekran division. Kech is the second biggest district of Balochistan; in addition, it has a university and the university has approximately 11 departments including law department.  The Law department is isolated from the university and that is situated near commissioner house in public ...

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Book Review: The birds always fly

By: Adnan Maqsood Murg Dahema Bhal Kananth (The Birds Always Fly) is a Balochi short stories book written by Ahmed Umar Baloch. It is Ahmed Umar first book. In this book the writer has defined the problems of his own society Singanisar(situated in Turbat city, Balochistan) and highlighted them by writing short stories, like animals being ignored for their rights, ...

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Higher Education Opportunities for Balochistan Students

By: Daniela It’s the most important path forward to progress – higher education. A citizenry that is well-educated means that all parts of its society – science, industry, the arts, technology, healthcare, etc. are all functioning at high levels. This, in turn, provides employment, investment, and generally a higher standard of living. So, where do Baloch students stand in their ...

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Afghan peace talks and Pakistan

 By: Sharif Nuhaaq Baloch Khalilzad’s recent visit to Pakistan is part of a larger two-week tour where he is also visiting China, India and Afghanistan for a negotiated settlement of the conflict in Afghanistan as talks between the Taliban and the US hit a snag earlier this month over a potential ceasefire in 2019. The Trump administration wants Afghanistan’s neighbors, ...

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Unemployment in Balochistan

By: Sana Samad THE Pakistan Bureau of Statistics estimates that the unemployment rate in Balochistan is 4pc. The main reason for unemployment is lack of awareness, poverty and poor education system. According to a report, each year nearly 25,000 people graduate from Balochistan. Unfortunately, hardly around 2,000 of them can secure jobs. Government jobs are the only source of employment ...

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Awaran possesses no library 

By: Qandeel Baloch  “You build a thousand castles, a thousand sanctuaries, you are nothing; you build a library, you are everything” says Mehmet Murat ildan. Indeed, a nation without having well equipped libraries is like a tree with no roots. The barren lands turned wasted space ones into intellectuals, for it had libraries to feed it’s children. However, it is ...

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School of Intensive Teaching: Balochistan’s largest institute in terms of strength

By: Behzad Dilawari   School of Intensive Teaching (SIT) is an American English Language institute in Hub, District Lasbela, Balochistan, in which only American methodology with its accent and pronunciation is taught. It was established in 2015.  It is one of the Balochistan’s well-known English language institutes. It is currently Balochistan’s largest institute in terms of strength. Two factors make it more famous. Firstly, ...

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The unsung hero of PPHI

 By: Muhammad Jahangir Zehri They are not celebrities and you will not see them presiding over the conferences. However, they give of themselves for the greater good. They act nobly; their lives inspire a number of people around us and yet, we forget to acknowledge their sacrifices. They receive no parades or holidays. They largely go unnoticed, and this is ...

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