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Islamabad needs to review its policies towards Balochistan: Rubina Irfan

Interview By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch Rubina Irfan is one of the active women politicians in Balochistan.  She holds Master degree in Business Administration (MBA) from University of Balochistan. On PMLQ’s ticket she was elected as member Provincial Assembly of Balochistan on women reserved seat in 2002. She served as Minister for Law, Government of Balochistan. Rubina Irfan was elected as ...

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Library campaign of BSAC has raised a huge awareness about the importance of library: Dr Nawab Baloch

Dr Nawab Baloch has freshly graduated from Bolan Medical College Quetta. He hails from Turbat(Mukuran). Dr. has been doing students’ politics since 2007. He has also remained energetic activists of Baloch Students Organisation (Pajjar). Currently he is serving as the Central Spokesperson of Baloch Students Action Committee, a non-profit organization, active in supporting the voice of students from Balochistan and elsewhere.  ...

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My all efforts are for empowering women through education: Sumeera Mehboob

Interview by : Yousaf Ajab Baloch Sumeera Mehboob Belongs to Khuzdar district. She has more than a decade professional experience in community development, strengthening civil society, disaster risk management, gender based violence, quantitative research, policy and project support, human resource management and human source development along with the managerial skills. She has extensive national exposure through working with different cultural groups ...

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There is Dire Need of Medical Colleges in Balochistan: Dr Irshad

Interview by Aziz Ejaz Dr Irshad is graduate of Bolan Medical College, Quetta. He belongs to  Kharan district. Currently, he is serving in Bolan Medical Complex Hospital Quetta as Post Graduate. He is also the deputy organizer of Baloch Doctor’s Forum (BDF), a forum for the unification of Baloch. Doctors). Aziz Ejaz, contributor to The Balochistan Point, conducted a short ...

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