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Education for Humanity

By: Engineer Saeed Ahmed Jattak The contemporary world is moving ahead with the commencement of modern technological development. Having a mind setup of digitalized revolution, no doubt the technological impact on society has been improved in almost every possible profession like transportation, livelihood, Agriculture, communication, education, health and many more. People assume that they need achieving their goals with automation. ...

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Remembering Rehan Rind Baloch

By: Sana Samad Before two years on 6th September 2016 we could not save a student name Rehan Rind. Rehan Rind, a 21-year-old Baloch student and writer from Khuzdar passed away while battling with cancer at Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH). Rehan was suffering from blood cancer, and was under treatment around for a month. The doctors had demanded more ...

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A road to Balochistan

By: Munaj Gul Baloch Balochistan is the largest provinces of Pakistan in terms of area least populated province too. Sadly, the province has been confronting manifold challenges for decades. Undoubtedly, Balochistan faces multiplex serious problems, with poverty being the most significant one. This grave problem could be the biggest cause of violence and illiteracy in the province. There are plenty ...

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Food insecurity in Balochistan

By: Sana Samad   It has been long time that Balochistan is suffering from food insecurity problem. The Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) provided a data which estimates that 30 out of 32 districts of the province are food insecure which has been alarming issue. Shockingly, only two districts including Quetta and Jaffarabad have food security in the entire province. Most ...

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The color of stars: Ali Baksh Dad’s educational documentary

By: Uziar Nizar Baloch In a recent research conducted by Alf-Ailan, it has been studied that 70% children cannot go to school in Balochistan and among 12000 schools some 7000 schools are closed, some have been military camps and some have been  destroyed and have not been rebuilt. The documentary “The color of stars” has been filmed on one of ...

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Poverty and its solution

By:  Siyyed Abdul Kareem Shah Some people say that poverty is a curse, some people consider it as It’s fate. But the question is really confusing, what is poverty? How it can be defined? The poverty according to the sociologists: “is a financial state of an individual in which, the person is lack of it’s basic and financial needs”. Poverty ...

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Quetta remembers attack on lawyers on 2nd anniversary

By: Sana Samad On 8th August 2016, there was an attack on a group of lawyers and journalists in Quetta that killed more than 70 people, and leaving over a 100 injured. This attack came in the wake of another attack earlier that day which killed the former president of Balochistan Bar Association, Bilal Anwar Kasi. The second attack took ...

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Electricity crisis in Mekran  

By: Ali Jan Maqsood The crisis of electricity in Mekran for last month is yet another matter for the people in Makran region. Makran covers Kech, Gwadar and Panjgor districts in Balochistan.  The electrical based businesses of the division are thoroughly disturbed because of unavailability of electricity. Basically, electricity of Mekran is supplied from Iran. Numerous suspects on shortage of ...

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Impartial analysis of election 2018

 By: Abdul Rasool Syed Thanks to heavens, election is over. Amidst endogenous and exogenous threats to sabotage the process, it was conducted peacefully throughout country except one incident of Quetta carnage. For this our armed forces alongside polling staff deserve our heartfelt kudos since without their unflinching aid, it could not have been possible to execute the polls successfully. As ...

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‘Monopoly’ ends after three decades; Ind candidate wins PA seat

By Rafiullah Mandokhail ZHOB: At last the three-decade ‘monopoly’ on the provincial assembly seat ended as contractor-turned-politician won the seat amid neck to neck contest here in Zhob’s PB-2 constituency. Independent candidate Mutha Khan Kakar stood successful by getting 16003 votes against the independent candidate Dr. Nawaz Kakar, who bagged 9475 votes, while PML- candidate Sheikh Jaffar Khan Mandokhail obtained ...

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