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Editorial: The Plight of Ignored Water Resource Management Graduates and Their Credible Services

Editorial: The Plight of Ignored Water Resource Management Graduates and Their Credible Services

Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Sciences is an institution of higher education in Lasbela district of Balochistan which is well known for its innovative technology and advanced research. The Faculty of Water Sciences is one of the four leading Faculties of the Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Sciences. It is only one of its kind degree ...

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Crumbling Education System under the Shadow of Terrorism

Crumbling Education System under the Shadow of Terrorism

Shafiq Zaib- Quetta Education always over shades the curse of crime to provide enlightened horizons for excellence of future, where students are the building blocks of any nation. Miserably, numerous children are still out of schools but it is mentioned in article 25-A, in the constitution of Pakistan that government must provide  free and compulsory education to the masses of ...

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Editorial: A War against Noble Cause

Editorial: A War against Noble Cause

Apart from number of reasons, assaults on Polio teams and their escorts has become the chief cause making Polio unbeatable in Pakistan. The religious militants have started a war against this noble cause and till today dozens of precious lives have been lost. Recently, once again Balochistan shocked when a suicide attack close to a polio vaccination center in capital ...

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Editorial: Hajira Case Exposes Double Standards of Balochistan Government

Editorial: Hajira Case Exposes Double Standards of Balochistan Government

Hajira is a 13 year old girl from Kharan and who is suffering from acute myeloid leukemia, a type of blood cancer. Treatment of this illness is only possible in Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH). Hajira belongs from an underprivileged family and her patients can’t afford to finance her treatment in AKUH. Civil Society Balochistan, a coalition of citizens of Balochistan, ...

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Editorial: Intermediate Result Debacle

Editorial: Intermediate Result Debacle

As per the result announced by Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BBISE) 71 percent candidate, out of 26,882 that appeared in exams, could not pass it. Those who passed the exams have also scored lower marks, on average. As expected, Intermediate students who were victimized by BBISE took the streets. On 6th September, almost 3,000 students protested outside ...

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Editorial: BPSC Must Bring its House in Order

Editorial: BPSC Must Bring its House in Order

Balochistan Public Service Commission (BPSC) is a constitutionally-mandated autonomous body which is responsible for recruitment on provincial government jobs that have scale of BPS-16 or higher. BPSC has been marred by corruption and mismanagement in recent past. Last Chairman of BPSC was unceremoniously sacked by Governor of Balochistan after a judicial inquiry report found him responsible for corruption in job ...

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Editorial: Election Rigging in Balochistan

Editorial: Election Rigging in Balochistan

2013 General elections proved to be one of the most controversial elections in history of Pakistan. Election rigging saga that started right next day after elections has come to an ended after the release of report of Judicial Commission formed to prove election rigging. Judicial commission rejected the charges of PTI that elections were systematically rigged to benefit PML-N. The ...

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Editorial: Too Little Too Late

Editorial: Too Little Too Late

A delegation comprising of National Party (NP) leaders met Khan of Kalat in London last week. Khan of Kalat, Prince Suleman Dawood, heard them and politely refused to return to Balochistan on their request. This latest move by Dr. Malik Baloch and his party members is too little too late for solving the Balochistan conflict. When Dr. Malik Baloch took ...

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Editorial: Flaws In Recruitment Process

Editorial: Flaws In Recruitment Process

Balochistan is the most impoverished province of Pakistan. Living stand of people in Balochistan is lowest among all the provinces of Pakistan. Unemployment is rampant in the province and it’s really hard for educated youth to get jobs. Government jobs are the only source of employment in the province. In such scenario recruitment process of government jobs must have been ...

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