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Sonora: A village in Khuzdar district with beautiful Hills and Waterfalls

By: Mubarak Faryad The village Sonara is located in Wadh, Khuzdar District of Balochistan. It is, at least, 175 kilometers far from Khuzdar city with genuinely full of beautiful mountains, natural green trees, rivers with waterfall areas, and picnic points. In this village, some most important Baloch cultural practices are prevalent which are essential for our Baloch nation to be ...

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Meri Kalat: A cradle of civilization

By: Israr Luqman After man evolved from apes; they started their journey of migration from Africa to middle Asia to South Asia where the become more civilized and formed civilization. Among which Balochistan is one of the oldest known lands in the world ranging from the earliest settlments of man and Turbat lying in Makrun region is too a landmark ...

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We will not leave the flood victims alone in the sever cold weather:  Senator Samina Mumtaz Zehri

 QUETTA: Our effort is to provide maximum assistance to the flood victims in this cold weather and to protect them from the harshness of the cold weather. We believe in serving the people regardless of race and color, our aim is to serve humanity only, we cannot leave our brothers and sisters alone in difficult times.  Distribution of more than ...

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CPDI releases its second annual report on the “state of budget transparency in Pakistan”

KALAT:  CPDI has released its second annual report on the “State of Budget Transparency in Pakistan”. The report pointed out shortcomings in the budgeting process at the federal and provincial levels and calls for budget proposals to be widely discussed with civic groups, government agencies and key stakeholders. The report says that monthly/quarterly or annual reports on budget implementation, should ...

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Education enables us to sense the meaning of life

By: Humera Kareem For over 40 years, persistent conflict and instability in Afghanistan have forced millions of Afghans to flee their homes in search of safety. Today, some 4.6 million Afghans, including 2.7 million registered refugees, still live outside the country, mostly in neighbouring Pakistan and Iran. Pakistan hosts over 1.4 million Afghan refugees. Among them are Mahbooba Afghan and ...

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The lesser children of God

By: Munaj Gul Muhammad Balochistan: Visiting Quetta city (The capital of Balochistan) in the end of December_2020 and on the Eve of new year_2021 left a cloud of confusions in my mind as after coming across to a child almost aged 13 to 14 appealing to every passer-by to give him a small amount of money to have a living. ...

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Tump needs the attentions of its so-called leaders

By: Munaj Gul Mohammad Nohan Baloch, 12, gets up early in the morning and goes house to house in finding the work to earn a sum of money for the family. They are the family of four members. Since his birth he has never worn new clothes and shoes when he sees other children in wearing beautiful shoes and clothes ...

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How can Balochistan prosper if its poor children are out-of-school and uneducated?

By: Munaj Gul Muhammad Tariq Baloch, 13, gets up early in the morning and moves to the nearby garage in Turbat city every day so as to earn a little sum of money for the family. He uses the work tools at a very young age rather than picking up books to be at school. And schooling has not been ...

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Health authorities fail to control quacks and business of substandard medicine

By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch KALAT: Balochistan has been confronting multiple challenges in Health sector and alleviation of such problems in health sector can only be an illusion, the mentioned issues are weather due to lack of resource or poor administrative management.  Lack and absence of staff, especially doctors in different cities of Balochistan has also caused presence of quack doctors ...

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Balochistan always suffers the most!

By: Munaj Gul Muhammad Nazir Muhammad, gets up early in the morning and takes the herd of sheep to forest for grazing. He is almost 49. His profession has never eased his troubles, therefore, he has no dreams in dwelling a comfortable life since his childhood.  Sometimes, his family members sleep without taking a loaf of bread due to deprivation. ...

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