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International Day of Girls Child in Pakistan

By: Sana Samad   International Day of Girls Child is celebrated every year on October 11, to ensure a world free of discrimination for young women and girls. This year the fourth anniversary would be observed that each woman should receive their basic rights, and should not suffer from any problems. This year the world will focus on adolescent girls ...

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Panjgur Needs a University

By: Afsa Hidayat Jaam (Zehri) Panjgur is a vast region sharing border with the neighboring country Iran. Education system in Panjgur district is really having a bad state at the moment. The main and biggest issues of Panjgur district is lack of modern educational instructions. There is only one-degree college for girls and boys with separate campuses but no teachers are available ...

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World Teacher’s Day

By: Sami Parvez   Every year on October 5th World Teacher’s Day is celebrated around the world.  On this day, everyone pays a true or a rich tribute to their teacher’s for their astonishing efforts on achieving their goals.  As well, students say thanks to their teachers for their great hard work, and devotion for educating and inspiring them. Teachers ...

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Thank you, Teachers!

By: Ali Jan Maqsood Teachers’ day, celebrated once in a year on 5th of October, is considered an honor and respect for the teachers all around the globe. Their approach in making happened a significant revolution in individuals of a society is worth appreciating. That, too, takes a nation to the highest peak of success. Unfortunately, we relate to a ...

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The epic story of Hammal and Mahganj

By: Zeeshan Nasir The Baloch history is full of secrets and adventures but unfortunately, with the lack of media and government’s attention, the issues and historical heritage still remains uncovered. The Baloch history is congested with exemplary incidents and events. The same like the Mughals’ rule in the Indian subcontinent, the Delhi sultanate or be it others. The Balochi love ...

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Lack of educational facilities at Kolahoo and its nearby villages

By: Munaj Gul Baloch Mand, a bonny place situated in Makkran Division is totally disregarded by the provincial government where the citizens are facing beaucoup challenges like, lack of educational facilities, lack of healthcare facilities, etc, but yet the government is asleep to solve the issues. However, I am not wrong to mention that Balochistan is one of the most prosperous ...

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Yes, I lost Pakistan Engineering Council

By: Engr Saeed Ahmed Jattak It is really hard to express and estimate someone’s feeling and life until you go through it. Starting an academic career being as a child and dreaming to touch the sky, ambition to serve the nation, planning to develop the country with his tiny powerful mind, trying to explore the discoveries and anxious to be ...

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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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