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The Dilemma of Expeditious and Affordable Justice

By: Siraj Ahmed Mirwani The Constitution of Pakistan 1973 through its Article 37(d) enunciates that it’s the state’s responsibility to ensure inexpensive and expeditious justice; to public. It has been noticed with a serious concern that majority of the courts are facing a mammoth challenge of pendency of cases at their disposal. High numbers of civil and criminal cases are ...

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Corruption in Pakistan and Its Cure

By: Suhail Mandukhel Corruption is a much-practiced evil from which originates countless misdemeanors. It can rightly be asserted that corruption acts like a “wellhead” for other malpractices which in aftermath, destroys the fabric of society. Unfortunately, Pakistan is replete with these all-too-often corrupt practices. M.Ali Jinnah, our founder, was desirous of foundering a corruption-free Pakistan where law would prevail over ...

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Origins and Growth Pattern of Islamic Organizations in Pakistan

By: Asal Khan Kakar The main focus on Islamic organization started after the September 2001 attack. Researchers mostly focus on the Islamic teachings and individuality, that is the root cause of Muslims extremist thoughts but the important thing is the context and the collectively that how these Islamic texts are interpreted into the society. As Paul brass called it instrumentalist ...

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Social Media and Its Excessive Usage

By: Siraj Ahmed Meerwani Social Media is the most popular and powerful mean of exercising one’s freedom of expression in the modern age. Usage of social media has become the most common activity among the teenagers especially students. Any platform which allows social interaction or provides a mean of communication is considered as a social media platform. Over 800 million ...

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Mekran: Appalling Condition of Education

By: Nawaz Ellahi Mekran division consists of three districts Kech, Panjgur and Gwader and it is a prepossessing division of Balochistan. It hurts me to state that schools in Mekran are in miserable condition owing to the negligence of the past government. Education is the civic, fundamental and legislative right of every individual. No doubt, the education plays a pivotal ...

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Bio metric Attendance System for schools and colleges in Balochistan

By: Lal Sajjad, Khuzdar. As absenteeism is the common practices in the public sector schools and colleges of Balochistan which have adversely paralyzed the education system. The recent sudden visits paid by the Deputy Commissioner, Sohail Ur Rehman to the different Tehsils of the district Khuzdar prove the fact that the teaching staff derogate from their responsibilities and do not ...

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Cancer Hospital in Balochistan: Cancer to be fought not to be faced

By: Afsa Hidayat Jaam It is estimated that about 150,000 cancer cases are reported in Pakistan each year. Shaukat Khanum Memorial cancer hospital and research centre was built with the mission of providing state-of-the art diagnostic and therapeutic facilities for cancer patients irrespective of their ability to pay. Four provinces of Pakistan have cancer hospitals but not a single one ...

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Hepatitis, Its Causes and Prevention

By: Dr.Ismail Mirwani Based last year’s success, “ELIMINATE HEPATITIS” is co-endorsed by World Hepatitis Alliance and World Health Organization’s 2017 theme being used on World Hepatitis Day, July 28th to achieve hepatitis elimination globally. Viral hepatitis is one of the leading causes of death globally, accounting for 1.34(M) deaths per year. In 2017, there are 325(M) people living with viral ...

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Screening of Balochi Short Film “Guli”

By: Ramzan Baloch The young talented team of Nosach Films once again was able to get hundreds of enthusiastic audience present on 24th of July 2017 at National Museum Auditorium to the premier show (screening) of their much awaited short film GULI. As expected they got laurels, clapping and joys shouting as they did receive on the event of their ...

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Ghost Schools and Teachers in Balochistan

By: Ubaid Zehri Article 25-A of the constitution of Pakistan says : “State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of five to 16 years in such manner as may be determined by law”. Unfortunately state has failed to implement article in true spirit as Balochistan is in bad governance for many decades which has ...

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