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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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The Reservations of Balochistan’s Students Over Online Classes.

By: Shahab Attach The nCovid-19, no Doubt, has been a catastrophe not only for Pakistan but also for the whole world and this year has made the big suffering in every facet. Coping with energy crisis, combating the security threats from East neighborhood or retooling our institutions, all have been the matters of concern except bringing empirical plan for education ...

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The ignored Hub city

By:  Waleed Langove Hub city is the largest industrial city of Balochistan, it means the industrial hub of largest province in aspect of area. Despite a large number of industries which are producing billions of rupees in a month the situation of the city is ill. In daily basis thousands of vehicles pass through the city to enter in the ...

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Never ending war between provinces and CPEC

By: Shagufta Manzoor Marri Provinces and different districts are like a building blocks of a country. They combine to form one complete nation, just like five provinces e.g. KPK, Balochistan, Sindh, Punjab and Gilgith Baltistan combine to form one country, but they are not really joint to form one nation or one Pakistan rather there is always an internal war ...

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Loadshedding in Shahi Tump

By: Samra Ahmed Electricity is a basic need which is necessary in this scorching weather to run out a fan and other electrical equipment but unfortunately we are deprived of this fundamental need in the holy month of Ramazan. Moreover, Shahi Tump itself has huge population but still it has been interlinked with other populated areas like Koshkalt ,Kahne Posht ...

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  Life in Sindh  

By: Shagufta Manzoor Marri People of Sindh are full of life, they find happiness in each and every thing, even a tiny thing makes them feel so good and satisfied, I got to know this after spending some time in Sindh; however, I felt bad a bit for the poor girls of Sindh as their brothers are loved and pampered ...

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Lack of facilities at Kech Teaching Hospital  

By: Nawaz Ellahi District Kech is the divisional headquarter of Mekran Division and Kech Teaching Hospital is the second biggest hospital of Balochistan province which a huge crowded. People of Gawader and Panjgur come for the treatment and it is mandatory here to mention that District Kech is the second biggest District of Balochistan according to population. An employee on ...

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