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Honor Killings in Pakistan

By: Sharif NuhaaQ Baloch According to the Human Rights Watch Report 2018, violence against women and girls-  including rape, honor killings, acid attacks, domestic violence and forced marriages- remnant a serious problem in Pakistan. Another recent report by the HRCP divulges that in the last three years alone, 2,900 women have been killed in the name of honor. However, these ...

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The looming water crisis in Balochistan requires immediate attention of the government

By: Munaj Gul Muhammd There are millions of people all over the world who do not have access to water, if they have access the water is not potable.  About 70% of Earth’s surface is covered with water and 3% of it is actually fresh water that is for the human consumption. On the entire earth, water is the most ...

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Karesth: A brilliant Balochi movie

By: Adnan Maqsood Karesth is a Balochi movie directed by Homar Kiya, a brilliant writer and a Balochi film director. This movie was released in before two months ending of 2018, and its main character is Hafeez Lal, who is named in movie ‘Ustad Meero’ and a drug addicted. In this movie, he has a brilliant talent that he can ...

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 Al Ghani Welfare Trust: A privilege for the people of Khuzdar

 By: Muhammad Qasim Baloch The core idea of understanding others intellectually, culturally and emotionally is important for any social activist. Without understanding or empathy, it is almost impossible to help people. Empathy is the ability to imagine oneself in someone else’s shoes and feel what the person is experiencing and going through. Empathy is a primal feeling that can be ...

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Balochistan awaits for development

By: Adnan Maqsood Balochistan is known as the biggest and richest province of Pakistan which occupies 43% of the country and approximately equals to France. One can say that after getting many natural resources, it would be one of the most beautiful and developed provinces in the world, but unfortunately not. Its poverty is day by day increasing in high ...

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Potentially stabled Balochistan…!

By: Ali Jan Maqsood Balochistan is the centre of discussion in Pakistan these days for the priceless territory owned with numerous ongoing businesses such as CPEC and Reko Diq. Besides it, the province possesses the natural resources in shape of coal and mining and the natural gases. With uncountable resources gifted from the nature to the Baloch, the province is ...

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BS program in Govt Degree College Kalat at stake  

By: Imdad Baloch Man traveling for billions of years through the history has come to this conclusion that education is the only source that can bring about all sorts of development be political, social, economic, environmental or intellectual one. Apex of development in the world is the practical example of the notion that man through the education and science has ...

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Quality journalism needs to be encouraged in Balochistan

By: Engineer Saeed Jattak It is really tough to aware people without any internal or external medium within country or across the border. The Balochistan has many different areas to work on and to spread the light of awareness with highlighting the rare troubles in national and international media.  It really desires some dedication to be done. The Agahi Awards ...

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Traffic accidents in Balochistan

By: Afsa Hidayat Jaam      World Health Organization (WHO) reports that average 15000-16000 people die annually due to of road accidents. It is also a fact that the people loss their loved ones due to large number of traffic accidents in Balochistan.   Nowadays the most depressing issue that travelers are facing is spreading incidents of road accidents on 700-kilometre-long ...

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It is need of the hour to take every child to school in Balochistan

By: Zeeshan Nasir Balochistan is counted to be one of the most lagged behind provinces of Pakistan in terms of Education, healthcare, human rights. The state of education in Balochistan has always been a gamble between our politicians, with low literacy rates and a lack of access to schools. According to reports by the Provincial Education Commission that there are ...

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