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Bike Wheeling : A dangerous and deadly act to life

By: Engineer Saeed Jattak No doubt the children are known as the foremost important resource to guardians. The guardians crave to see their children on beat in each field. They center more on their instruction. They provide each and every facility, according to their need. But the culture and environment have its claim affect on adolescents. The youths aged 16-20 ...

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Jhalwan Medical College: A new phase of development in Balochistan

By: Jafar Mastoi   The launch of Jhalwan Medical College (JMC), a new established institute in the educational elevation for Balochistan will take it to the new phase of development. Its establishment has taken two years to be completely functional. The tribute will be paid to those eminent paradigms of Balochistan who have stepped ahead for the advancement of Balochistan’s ...

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DUKKI: How a young man turned blind for wanting to marry the girl of his choice

By: Mahnoor Mobin “To love is to receive a glimpse of heaven” as said by Karen Sunde. Even if it is the 21st century yet most of the parts of world still lack in adjusting their mind set with those of today’s generation. Especially in all of those areas where tribal systems and cultures still prevail at extremes, it gets ...

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Unending water crisis in the hub of CPEC

By: Dr. Riffat Wahab Baloch Gwadar despite being the gateway of Asia, Centre of business and tipping point for $46 billions, does not provide basic facilities such as water. The local residents are paying a costly price for the development. People would definitely prefer the previous underdeveloped Gwadar rather to face with such a hazardous and fatal condition. One cannot ...

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Return of censorship blocks Haal Hawal

By: Sami Parvez On May 4th, 2018, Haal Hawal, Balochistan first Urdu and Bilingual website was suspended by PTA (Pakistan Telecommunication Authority). Haal Hawal was launched on Press Freedom Day on May 3rd 2016, in the memory of Journalist Irshad Mastoi who was assassinated in August 28th, 2014 while performing his journalism duty in Quetta. Haal Halwal was introduced by ...

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Haalahwal is still inaccessible

By: Dur Bibi Baloch  People generally appreciate youth as energetic Nucleus and in every society youth has been encouraged for doing the good things ( good things in societal perspectives ) but when the youth lacerate any worn norm then the so called society starts criticize. World has few regulations for criticism but in backward society (backward in sense of ...

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The Library: A modern need of education

By Engineer Saeed Jattak No doubt the technology enhancement has transmuted the modern world and brought the effortless mechanism to reduce human tough works, but these all organized efforts are infeasible without felicitous education. Education is the most potent weapon which enables to deal with humans and machines. In education, there is the major role of libraries. A library is ...

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Examining child labour in Balochistan

By: Ali Jan Maqsood An issue which is troubling the Baloch nation for a long time is child labour which is yet not resolved. We find children leaving school and joining a local garage, workshop, store or something else to earn enough for their families. Some people send their children in labour work despite the presence of elders in the ...

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Revisiting History: War between the Rind and Lashari tribes of Balochistan

By: Maham Yaseen Baloch  Pakistan’s rich culture is a mixture of many ethnic groups, each with their own uniqueness scattered in the vastness of our land and one of these is The Baluchi fascinating culture . The rich culture is famous for its rich traditions and historical events and one of these is the historical war between Rind and Lashari ...

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Maternal and Child healthcare: A privilege or right?

By: Mahnoor Mobin Good health and good sense are the supreme blessings but not everyone has the former one available at hand. Though health care is the basic right of every citizen but it seems it has only been left within the boundaries of being a privilege which only a few can reach and afford. As years pass by, the ...

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