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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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The window was open

Short Story Brahui: Ghamkhwar Hayat English Translation: Fareed Bugti It was a chilly day of December. The bulging pipelines of little warm-rooms of the village were emitting smoke as it is coming out of a running coal-train. Today, our neighbors had received their guests out of the blue. A little boy of them came to us for asking a scarce ...

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Book Review: The Secret Garden

By: Sahar Abdul Karim The secret to happiness and altruism. The novel revolves on a selfish, mean-spirited lead, whose journey towards acquiring self-knowledge commences with an unlocked door.  The secret garden is one of the best publications of an American playwright and author Frances Hodgson Burnett. She has written numerous novels and earned a great name in the children’s literature. ...

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Poverty-Stricken People and The Coronavirus

By Muhammad Hussain  Currently the world is engaged in combating a pandemic issue. The pandemic is a type of infection caused by an n-Covid19, specifically known as the Corona Virus. The first case of this disease was reported to be confirmed in the Wahan city of China. Overtimes, it has promptly dissipated and affected the entire world. The virus in ...

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Suggestion to the Researchers and Scientists throughout the globe  

By: Sumaira Aslam Baloch I discussed my idea of treating Corona virus to my professor and He said that it was possible, as when a vertebrate is infected with a virus antibodies are produced against it. A subset of these antibodies can block virus infection by a process which is called neutralization.  Cloning is a latest invention of Biotechnology.  As ...

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Nobody Came to My Funeral

Brahui: Ghamkhwar Hayat English: Fareed Bugti  The graveyard of my town is situated in the half way of bazaar. When I am willing to go to bazaar on foot, I must stay at, and pray for my dead elders and also raise my hands, in the intention of praying, For other dead people. Suddenly, it came to my mind that ...

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Effects of inflation on society  

By: Suhaima Mehr Today inflation is the biggest issue which is faced by the all public. It is a menace to all because it is increasing the rate of illiteracy. Many students are leaving their studies; their parents cannot afford to educate them. People are hungry because everything has become expensive so how they can think of benefiting themselves with ...

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