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Editorial: HIV-AIDS in Balochistan

The 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day is being marked on today on  December 1, 2018. World AIDS Day originated at the 1988 World Summit of Ministers of Health on Programmes for AIDS Prevention. Since then, it is organized every year by United Nations agencies, governments and civil society. Since 1988, a remarkable progress can be witnessed that today millions ...

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Editorial: Assistance should be ensured to uplift agriculture, livestock and fisheries sectors in Balochistan

Federal government has decided to assist the provincial government of Balochistan for development of agriculture and livestock sectors of the province. Thus, they have expressed the desire to develop special policy for the development in agriculture, livestock and fisheries for value addition in these sector.  Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce, Textiles and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood on Monday in ...

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Editorial: Govt’s plans to launch mobile medical services in far flung areas in Balochistan

 According to the media reports the Balochistan government has finalized a plan to launch mobile medical services in rural areas of the province to provide quality medical facilities to people of far flung areas at their doorstep. Talking to the media Provincial Minister for Health, Mir Naseeb Ullah Marri said that the mobile medical units would be sent in areas, ...

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Editorial: Water scarcity in Balochistan

In the recent meeting of the Senate standing committee on water resources chaired by Senator Shamim Afridi deliberated over issues of water scarcity particularly in Sindh and Balochistan. Grand Democratic Alliance’s (GDA) leader Senator Muzaffar Hussain Shah was of the view that Sindh has incurred 31 percent of agricultural losses due to water scarcity in the province.  He stressed on ...

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Editorial: Balochistan Point honoured with two prestigious awards in 2017

Despite lack of resources Online Journalism has been gradually developing and introducing energetic and professional journalists with their quality contents. Balochistan Point is one of the first online newspapers in Balochistan which is working without any bias towards any race, religion or political ideology.  The volunteers of The Balochistan Point launched it to keep reporting on human rights abuse, political, ...

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Editorial: Online Journalism in Balochistan

Journalism, like any other institution or art, has undergone through various evolutionary stages since the practice of disseminating information of public interest began centuries ago. There were times when print media ruled the world of information but electronic media added a new chapter into it in mid-20th century. However, the insatiable quest of man for knowledge kept climbing the ladders ...

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Editorial: Others Should Follow the Suit

There are very few examples of administrative excellence in this country; however, if there are any, they must be appreciated. Getting a passport a few years back in this country was an arduous task where long queues apart, complaints of bribe and corruption were off and on related to the officials of the regional offices of Directorate General of Immigration ...

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Editorial: Masses Denied Decent Public Transport

Quetta, the provincial capital of Balochistan, has been denied facilities of a decent public transport service which has resulted in many implications of intricate kind not only for the public but also for the masses. The current public transport services in Quetta, lamentably, are in utter poor conditions which attract no commuters and create more problems for the masses than ...

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Editorial: Non-Biodegradable Waste of Quetta

Quetta, once known for its beauty, clean air and healthfulness, has degenerated into a marshland of problems. Population of this city has exponentially grown through natural and doubtful naturalisation processes but without any proper corresponding planning to meet the needs of the population. Hence, the entire city has turned into a large slum, with sights of litter dumps, filth and ...

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Editorial: ‘Fit for Promotion’

‘For forms of Government let fools contest; whatever is best administered is the best,” said Alexandar Pope. Service delivery at Government Departments has always remained a sorry figure. Name a department and you will find miserable tale of inefficiency, lack of good governance, weariness towards work, averseness to punctuality and a psychology of corruption ruling the roost. The mega scandal ...

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