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Blog: Chikungunya

By: Mehraj Altaf Chikungunya is a viral disease which transmits from one human to another through the biting of the mosquitoes. Chikungunya is a well-known and a famous disease worldwide. It is spreading in more than 60 countries from various continents such as Asia, Africa and Americans. The signs of Chikungunya are headache, nausea, Fatigue and rash. After 3 or 4 ...

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Downtrodden Pupils  

By: Shafiq Zaib Baloch  “Mashal” (a hope and a ray of education) has martyred at the hand of a rabid mob. The ghastly murder dubbed religious violence, not merely affected Mashal but majority more have been killed and fired in few decades. There are Mashal in every nook and cranny in the country those are thirsty for education. We have ...

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Immature media in Pakistan

By: Naseeb Malik Importance of electronic media and print media are well known these days. The emergence of electronic media brought freedom o speech along with it. Initially, in the shape of radio in 1924 in UK at first, people became surprised about new innovation of BBC .Before it even people had no knowledge regarding the radio. Gradually it became ...

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The pathetic condition of Civil Hospital Khuzdar

By: Ubaid Zehri KHUZDAR: According to administrative division, Khuzdar is headquarter of Kalat division. Its civil hospital is known as the divisional headquarter of Kalat zone,however, the  civil hospital is in execrable state. In case of emergency people have to purchase medicines and required things   from the medical stores of market even some poor cannot afford to buy any medicine ...

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SHORT STORIES FOR ADULTS – Rescue On the Sea

By: Zeenat Kakimjee  Very little has been written about the ancient coastal people of Lyari – the irrepressible Makranis – who take their name from the Makran coast of Sindh and, Balochistan, which also indicates a common history of the two provinces; the Makran coast constitutes the South-East of Iran and the South-West of Pakistan; a 1,000 km stretch along ...

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Why Hazara Community is marginalized?

 By: Ejaz Magsi Upon the collapse of Soviet forces the Jihadi groups took the throne of Afghan in the shape of Taliban and Al-Qaeda. The misery was that these groups did not sit idle after war and they continued promoting their self-based style of Islamic principles in the region. Due to share of large border with Afghanistan, Balochistan is prone ...

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The Fault in Our Foreign Policy

By: Waqar Bacha Foreign policy of a state consists of strategies that safeguard the state’s national interest, national security and economic prosperity. It reflects the state orientation in pursuance of its goals in the international system. Foreign policy depict how a particular state will interact with the other states, also it can cast an impact on other states as well. Since ...

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Strategic importance of Balochistan

By: Sadia Sohail THE case study of Balochistan reveals many important horizons need to be discovered. The general phenomenon upholding till date by our old and current generation is the issue of separatist movement going on in Balochistan. However, unfortunately nothing had ever been taken into account by the researchers/analysts to explore and disclose the causes of this sustained agony. ...

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Mashal’s lynching; where this society is off to?

By: Zafar Musyani Once ISIS members executed 13 teenage children who were watching a soccer match on TV. Perhaps, those Daish Elements thought that watching TV was an immoral act and this justified to them the barbaric killing of those juveniles.   And, such sort of brutalities have been committed time to time and again at different places by these terrorists ...

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Delta is the change agent for Baloch nation

By: Abdul Mannan Dynamic English Language Teaching Academy is the only remarkable institution which tops the list of English Institutions across Balochistan. It was established by a nationalist and top educationist, Sir Barkat Ismail Baloch. Delta is serving a pivotal role in the progress of Baloch nation. People of Makran were fleeing into darkness. They were unaware of the greatness ...

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