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We are sorry, doctor Shagufta Iqbal

By: Asad Khan Kakar “Teaching is very noble profession that shapes character, caliber and future of an individual. If the people remember me as a good teacher, that will be the biggest honor for me,” A.P.J Abdul Kalam Ashfaq ahmed narrates that once he was called by the court of Italy in case of fine by traffic warden. When the ...

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Need of a Cancer Hospital in Balochistan

By:  Munaj Gul Muhammad Cancer is one of the lethal diseases which puts the life at risk if it remains untreated and delayed. In the resent past a large number of cases have been reported in Balochistan. In the province reported patients do not beat cancer rather they have been beaten to death. The simple reason behind the death of ...

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Gwadar’s Unending Water Crisis 

ZN Baloch Gwadar the emerging port city of Pakistan it is now in the spotlight because of the CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor) but it is a pity that even with so much attention Gwadar has recently received, Gwadar city is facing a growing water crisis, leaving 100,000 people with no access to water. The inhabitants are compelled to pay ...

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Khosa Goth Kun Bela City Without a Proper Primary Boys School

  MB Khosa Despite being the city union, Khosa Goth Kun Bela City is deprived of a proper primary school for boys. The boys Primary School has countless missing facilities for instance; electricity, boundary walls, toilets and access of drinking water. It has a broken ceiling which can fall anytime on the students. More than 67 children from the village are studying ...

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Miserable State of Education in Jaffarabad

By: Jafar Mastoi Jaffarabad, a district in green-belt of Balochistan was named in 2002 when it was separated from Nasirabad district. It was emancipated with the motif of providing the best education system with the easier approach by district education managers. Articulating the state of education in district Jaffarabad based on the report “Jaffarabad Education District Plan 2016-17 to 2020-21” ...

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Endangered Houbara Bustard Likely to Become Extinct Due to Hunting

By: Zeeshan Nasir The Houbara Bustards which is also known as Mac Queen’s Bustard or Asian Bustard is commonly known all over the world especially in Pakistan, where it has already been placed in the endangered species list. The Supreme Court of Pakistan struck down a permanent ban on the hunting of Houbara Bustards especially for Arabs in the past ...

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Exploring Jhal Magsi  

By: Syed Ansaar Ahmed Shah People know about Jhal Magsi through the exhilarating yearly event housed in fall season when the sunsets are glorious, weather is genial and the desert-like terrain accentuates the aura unique to Balochsitan. The land is a natural paradise for desert safari. Jhal Magsi is to Pakistan what Dubai is to the United Arab Emirates. The small rural establishment is ...

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Gamwar Baloch: A hope in backward society

By: Hazaran Rahim Maripur is an area of a most populous city in  Karachi which is also ranked as “Beta World City”. In this developed city, Maripur Tikri village is ranked as one of the most backward areas of Karachi. It is very tough for girls to go outside for their higher education where girls are limited to do matriculation ...

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Plight of children in Balochistan

 By: Syed Ansaar Ahmed Shah The state of health and education of children in Balochistan is terrible. In Balochistan, children have no future because the government is unwilling or unable to protect and promote their fundamental rights. Balochistan is the largest province of Pakistan with the number of problems faced by the children. Currently, Illiteracy is a major issue. According ...

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Carvan Balochistan-Part 1

By: Dost Jan Balochistan the province of hope, the province of nature, the province of resources, before the independence of Pakistan Balochistan existed on the world map. The chief commissioner of Balochistan immediately became part of Pakistan followed by the princely states of Makran, Kharan, Lasbela and the Khan of Kalat. They decided to accede to Pakistan in March 1948.  Balochistan ...

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