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Letter: Good Governance in Balochsitan— Dire Need of Time

Good governance is very essential for the progress of any country or nation. Nations have become economically prosperous and politically powerful only with the help of good governance. Balochistan which is called the heart of Pakistan is replete with precious natural resources and minerals . It is also said that the development of the Gwadar Port and construction of Pak-China ...

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Letter: Khuzdar Hospital lacks basic facilities

Khuzdar is the second biggest city and one of the most important cities of Balochistan. It is very famous in all over the Pakistan due to its geographical importance. It is unfortunate to say that in this modern era Khuzdar civil hospital lacks modern facilities including other requirements. According to constitution of Pakistan, it is incumbent upon the government to provide ...

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Letter: 8th August a Black Day for Balochistan

8th August will never be forgotten by  Baloch people.   This day was one of the black days for Balochistan. 70 people were killed including lawyers, journalists, doctors and common people and were more than one hundred were injured. The bomb blast attack was in civil hospital QUetta. After this attack the terrorist attacked on police training Centre where 61 people ...

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Letter: New dams required in Balochistan

Balochistan is an agricultural province; its agriculture plays an important role in the progress of economy of the country, however, it is regretted that the largest province by area, constituting 44% of Pakistan’s total land mass currently is passing from critical water crisis due to lack of dams and water management plans. The government of Balochistan including NGOs working on ...

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Letter:Non-functional Bank ATMs in Turbat Need Repair

The Automated Teller Machine system in entire Turbat is nonfunctional. People are facing this problem for the last 3 to 4 months. Having limited access to proper working ATMs, people do not get satisfactory services when required. Despite nonfunctional machines, most banks are still providing ATM cards to people. I request the higher authorities of Bank branches to get the ...

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Letter: Kech Colleges Lack Required Facilities

The public collages in Kech lack essential facilities for instance; colleges do not have the required number of lecturers and required equipment in science laboratories etc. A number of students do not even attend classes and several of them do not even take their exams themselves instead their sibling or a friends takes the exam in the absence of the ...

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Letter: Flash floods in Balochistan

Due to unstable weather conditions, flash flooding caused by torrential monsoon rains have claimed many lives in Balochistan during last five days. Roads and bridges have been damaged extensively and lives of thousands of people living in rural areas have also been affected. There will be risk of flash flooding which can cause colossal damage in many parts of Balochistan. ...

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Letter: Polio-free Balochistan

Balochistan has witnessed very less polio cases during last two years as compared to past where only one new case of the crippling polio virus was confirmed in Balochistan’s Chaman district during January this year according to media reports. The details of the polio cases reported from Balochistan from 2010 to 2017 are given as under: 2010-12 2011-73 2012-4 2013-0 ...

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Letter: Date-Palm should Be Processed within Balochistan

Balochistan is the largest producer of palm-dates in the country. Most Tehsils in Makran division produce high-quality dates but having no industry and lack of support by the government, the farmers are tackled with issues. When the dates produced cannot be processed in industries with the province, they bring no profit to farmers and venders. I request the government of ...

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Letter: Scarcity of water in Gwadar Continues

The issue of water is under the discussion from a long time but government has yet not been successful to take necessary action. The citizens are compelled to rely of water provided by tankers and paid by the government. But not every citizen is provided water, hence many of the young children and women have to walk miles in search ...

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