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The relation between Lyari and music

By: Durr Bibi Ishaque Lyari is the most famous area of Karachi, the capital of the Sindh, Pakistan. It is the most densely populated town of city, and it was also called ‘’wild south’’ few years back. Wild side of Lyari is most apparent one, which is well known to world. The Lyari gangwar is of more than 40-year-old. When ...

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The Shepherd: A Picture of Balochistan

By: Hammal Mir Every society is full of different problems as many people settle with their mutual needs, desires and creeds in an area. Researchers, writers and other field experts are providing their professional services to facilitate the people and paying heed to solve the existing problem of the society and assist the individuals towards prosperity and ease. Different methods ...

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Turbat: From Fortunate to Unfortunate Reign

By: Durr BiBi Ishaque  I know that the title of this piece is title bizarre. It should be unfortunate to fortunate because we should move from badness to goodness, not from goodness to badness; order of human nature. But it’s fortune of Baloch which is itself bad. Firstly, I talk about what is a fortunate life? Fortune maybe luxurious for ...

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Frequent power breakdown of electricity in Makran

By: Mannan Samad Makran, despite being the biggest coastal division of Balochistan, suffers from frequent power breakdowns in the blessings month of Ramazan. Over the past few days, the division has been gripped of extreme heat-weaves with mercury touching 50 to 54 degrees Celsius, while the unannounced power outages made life miserable for the people. The rising temperatures have already ...

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Sufferings of Baloch Students in the Sindh University

 By: Saddam Baloch  University of Sindh is one of the largest universities of Pakistan but it lacks basic facilities for Baloch students. Baloch students travel far from remote areas to acquire knowledge but they face numerous problems and some of them come to the decision of quitting their educational career. It is grim reality that the largest university in Sindh ...

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The unimpeded   “MASHAALS”,

By: Syed Aurang Zaib   Mashal Khan has left so many unanswered questions and again put the country in an undesirable, ideological and institutional debate. His death has ascertained that Pakistan is not only the victim of extremism and fundamentalism but of so more and that these are not only Madaress where extremist thoughts are prevailing but the hub of ...

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Unforgettable loss of Mohammad Saleem Baloch advocate

By: Ejaz Ahmed Additional advocate general Balochistan Mohammad Saleem advocate died in road accident in Kalat while he was going to Quetta with his family members. His car met an accident he and his mother succumbed to injuries and his other family members injured. Mohammad Saleem Baloch was born in town of Sami Turbat; he received his early education in ...

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Why Democracy fails in Pakistan?

By:Asal Khan Kakar Politics and democracy cannot be differentiated. They have the same characters. Politics nearly to me is the “Process of out coming something”. The politics practiced by politicians in the context of Pakistan cannot be called as a politics. The politics of Pakistan is a challenging aspect in every part and arena. There are huge myths and errors ...

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Russian Foreign Policy towards America under President Putin

By :Venita Christopher A number of changes have been witnessed in Russian foreign policy since Vladimir Putin took the charge of president of Russia in 1999 till now. The current foreign policy of Russia is also decided by Putin himself according to the article 80 and 85 of the constitution of Russian Federation. Different dramatic international changes are the main ...

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Dawn leaks and national dignity

By: Siraj Ahmed Mirwani Historians will narrate that when Pakistan was facing severe external threats from its neighboring countries, on the same time the entire focus of the Pakistani media was on the inquiry report of the Dawn leaks. All those, who were waiting for a surprise, left shocked when Director General, Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a press ...

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