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How Pakistanis can get the most from Online Shopping sales

Doesn’t listening to offers like 30% or 50% off appeal you? Don’t you feel an urge to buy more when there are discounts around? Well, the off prices create a psychological impact on buyers’ mind and urge them to buy more and more. However, you have to play smart to make the most of sales and discounts. People rush when ...

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Community Focused Radio: A powerful tool for a social change in Balochistan

By: Talat Jehan Community Radio is a relatively a new concept in Pakistan, as compared to other countries, where such a platform has been regularly used to bring awareness and enhance knowledge of local communities on different social issues. Radio is still considered to be a very powerful tool for disseminating useful information, and having a broader outreach and audience ...

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Spreading drugs usage in Balochistan and the role of government

   By: Hazaran Raheem Drugs are chemical substances that affect the Central Nervous System (CNS) and devastate the brain. When a person uses drugs for the first time, then he gets an artificial euphoria, and due to which he gets addicted to it. Drugs destroy the whole nervous system and the person loses self-consciousness and thinking capacity. Drugs capture the ...

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A forgotten name: Nazeer Jaan Kharani

By: Karim Zaib My native land Balochistan is full with abandon blissful sceneries; on the one hand we have a long chain of coastal areas and on the other hand the highlands the giant mountainous chain touching the clouds. These all views appeal to the observer to fall in love with. The  unfathomable web of mountainous range appeals that they ...

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Pakistan to See Highest Increase in Online Shopping till 2020

The world observed an increasing trend of online shopping in the past few years. Just like rest of the world, Pakistan showed the same results, too. In fact, Pakistanis prefer buying via the Internet more than other nations, and they have obvious reasons to do that. The rising trend of online shopping is growing with the passage of time. The ...

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“Libraries in Balochistan”, a great campaign of BSAC

By: Qandeel Baloch Books feed the human’s mind obviously and library is a place where books reside along with Philomath who spend their most of the time in study and research. Consequently the library is the most worthy and comfortable place for book worms where they read and jot down. Libraries are more important than institutions. Similarly, only those nations ...

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Increasing ‘Honor Killings’ in Balochistan 

By:  Agha Faisal The city of Kalat, although mourning for years, drowned in deep grief this past month when a couple was allegedly killed in the name of honor. Although, it was not the first incident that people of Kalat experienced, yet it was tragic as the incident took place three kilometers away from Kalat city, in Azizabad, a village ...

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A mega event of Trade Coin club to take place in Quetta

By: Waqar Shahwani QUETTA: A mega event of Trade coin club is taking place in Quetta on 28th January, 2018 at 3.00 pm. All the senior members throughout the country will come to participate in the Event. The Event is for both joined members and new comers. It would be quiet knowledgeable and informative. Indeed it would give a new ...

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IJT attack on students in Punjab University and the biased role of media and police

 By: Haseeb Ahmed     Every nook and cranny of Punjab University is mine because I am the student of Punjab University. I am Pakistani that’s why I am Sindhi, Baloch, Pakhtoon, Punjabi, Balti and Siraiki  but the question still remains ambiguous whether I am really a Pakistani. Since the recent incident in Punjab University Lahore reflects and suggests differently. I ...

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Women empowerment: Still a dream in rural areas  

By: Kulsoom Baloch I was wondered after hearing the story of five sisters, feeling the catastrophe but still they have some dreams like any other girl, who considered education as their fundamental right. It dates back to the last two weeks in the month December 2017, when I was in Pasni for the collections of some medicinal plants, which are ...

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