Blogs

School of Intensive Teaching: Balochistan’s largest institute in terms of strength

By: Behzad Dilawari   School of Intensive Teaching (SIT) is an American English Language institute in Hub, District Lasbela, Balochistan, in which only American methodology with its accent and pronunciation is taught. It was established in 2015.  It is one of the Balochistan’s well-known English language institutes. It is currently Balochistan’s largest institute in terms of strength. Two factors make it more famous. Firstly, ...

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The unsung hero of PPHI

 By: Muhammad Jahangir Zehri They are not celebrities and you will not see them presiding over the conferences. However, they give of themselves for the greater good. They act nobly; their lives inspire a number of people around us and yet, we forget to acknowledge their sacrifices. They receive no parades or holidays. They largely go unnoticed, and this is ...

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Education system in Awaran

By: Waseem Nood “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can be used to change the world” said an eminent figure Nelson Mandela. Indeed, education holds immense importance in the modern world. As, it gives a sense to differentiate good and bad deeds .in fact, it is and has been one of the most important tools to expunge ignorance. ...

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Balochistan and Politics

By: Sharif Nuhaaq Baloch All previous government came to power but consequential did nothing for Baloch which worked as a fuel to the fire of creating obstacles against the ongoing developmental projects in Balochistan. In the regime of Asif Ali Zardari major concerns were Sindh and corruption, in the era of Nawaz Sharif the concerns shifted from Sindh to Punjab ...

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BUETK to new heights

By: Muhammad Qasim Baloch Balochistan University of Engineering and Technology, Khuzdar(BUETK) under the intellectual and dynamic leadership of the revered Vice Chancellor Dr. Ehsanullah Khan Kakar is on the zenith of new heights. Dr. Ehsanullah Khan Kakar is renowned in the educational circle, due to his scholarly work and support for academic excellence in the province. After joining BUETK he ...

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Neglected cricket and players in Turbat need attentions

By: Adnan Maqsood Muddasir, a brilliant left hand batsman and a wicket keeper from Turbat, plays cricket with a great interest. Two years ago Muddasir was selected in U-16 cricket player in Turbat and his next trails were in Quetta. He went and performed greatly and was selected for U-16 cricket team of Quetta. He scored more than 210 runs in overall ...

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Colonial Invention and Sectarianization of Geopolitics of Middle East

By: Muhammad Asif Baloch Today everything in the Middle East is being defined in the name of sectarianism and religious extremism by the orientalist policies of the west, without concerning the deleterious causes of the history. The Middle Eastern war and conflicts between different actors and parties are not easily to be understood because it is a ‘Wrecked Problem’ which ...

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Library Campaign and Baloch Students Action Committee 

By: Ghani Baloch The term “Library” in Urdu means a place where books are kept. In real, the purpose of library is to preserve knowledge and spread it via the affinity of keeping the books for longer save. The history witnesses that as human beings enter into civilized world, it benefited much from the reserves of libraries. People from all ...

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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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