Blogs

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 ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

Balochistan health sector-problems and solutions

By: Shabnam Rehmat As health is very important sector of any state. Health is the great blessing of Allah Almighty. It is the responsibility of government to provide health facilities to its every citizen. Good health is the priority of public. Unfortunately in Balochistan there are no good health facilities. People of Balochistan are facing numerous problems in terms of ...

Read More »

The depressing state of secondary education in Kalat

  By: Sayyed Farooq Shah  Secondary education is the primary block of education system and it possesses a great importance in the life of student but unfortunately the condition of secondary education in Kalat city is disappointing. There are around twenty government and private high schools for girls and boys in Kalat and the number of colleges is only three in ...

Read More »

A glance at Balochi films production 

By: Abdul Wahab Buledi Filmmaking is a visual medium to show the culture, tradition, life style, and hurdles of a society or in general of a nation. Cinema plays the role of a mirror in a society. It gives social, political and economic awareness. Cinema has always been a source of entertainment. Through films a nation or a state can ...

Read More »

Let’s raise voice against the brutal incident took place in Kasur

By: Ubaid Zehri The brutal murder of a seven-year-old girl Zainab in Kasur shocked the nation when the news spread like fire on the social media. Indeed, this incident shows the ugly face of our rulers and the system. The condemnable, horrific rape and murder of Zainab exposes how vulnerable the children are in the society of our country. It ...

Read More »

Learning Vision Center (LVC) Kalat, where learning is joyful experience

By: Sayyed Farooq Shah Learning Vision Center (LVC) is one of the most famous and the brilliant academies of Kalat. This academy was established Nov 14, 2014 in Kalat and since its inception it has been serving the people of Kalat by starting various educational functions. LVC has proved to be successful in a very short period. Moreover, this Academy ...

Read More »

The dismal education system in Balochistan

By: Mehlab Kashani Balochistan is considered as the least developed province of Pakistan, despite being the largest province in terms of area. It is not only least developed in educational sector but in every walk of life .It is both socially and economically not developed. The literacy rate in Balochistan is low. The quality of education is seemed totally destroyed ...

Read More »

Social Media Ethics

By:  Masmoom Shahwani Advancements in science and technology have been blessings for men in more ways than one. They have helped shrink space and save time by improving means of communication and transportation. However, every new system, advancement or invention that has to do something with human activity has to conform with the standards of right and wrong. It is, ...

Read More »

Buleda under miseries

By: Abdul Wahab Buledi Buleda is one of the far-flung tehsils of district Kech and It is located at the southwest of Balochistan. The distance from Buleda to Turbat city is approximately 47 kilometers. People of this region are amicable and hospitable as a part of their unique culture and tradition. For the past 25 years Buleda is continuously sending ...

Read More »