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Letter: Baloch Culture Day

Baloch culture day is a special event for every Baloch to express their love for their traditions and culture. 2nd March is celebrated in several places, especially in university and colleges of Turbat and throughout Baluchistan.   For every Baloch, this day is the symbol of harmony and peace. So to make the day more pleasurable for Baloch, the government and ...

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Letter: Urdu Medium in CSS

In a recent report, the Lahore High Court Instructed the Federal Public Service Commission to conduct the Superior Services Examination in the Urdu language next year. This step can be a source to promote the Urdu language at national level since Urdu is our national language. However, the over interest in the English has declined the ratio of Urdu speakers. ...

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Letter: Balochistan needs universities 

In my last study college tour I visited three famous universities of Pakistan including Quiad-e-Azim University, International Islamic University and Punjab University.  I was too much impressed with these universities and their educational system. Now I raise the questions to the government and education department of Balochistan that why Balochistan is lacking such universities? Why Baloch students are deprived of ...

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Letter:  Need of Law College in Turbat

Turbat is one of the   populated cities of Kech district and is the divisional headquarter of Mekran division. It is really surprising that there is not a single law college in Turbat. However, in other districts of Pakistan there are many colleges for the students to study law and understand the various constitutions of a state. Furthermore, a college plays ...

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Letter: Illiteracy is a major issue

Illiteracy is a massive issue which is being faced worldwide. According to UNESCO, nearly 17% of the world’s adult population is still literate; two third of them women, making gender equality even harder to achieve. The scale of illiteracy among youth also represents an enormous challenge; an estimated 122 million youth globally are illiterate, of which young women represent 60.7%. , ...

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Letter: Muslims to face new travel ban order

It is not the unfortunate of America, but also all the world that they have gotten a racist man Trump who is going on the policy of hatred and prejudice. The first travel ban was overturned in court of Francisco which is being defended by Trump administration. On the other hand, Mr. Trump is going to issue another travel ban ...

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Letter: Infectious Pneumonia

Pakistan is among the top five countries where 99 percent pneumonia cases exist. It is estimated that seven million cases of pneumonia occur in Pakistan, killing 92,000 children yearly before they reach their fifth birthdays. This infection is very lethal, because of which 85 out of 1,000 children die under the age of five. It is unfortunate that most of ...

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Letter: Shortage of textbooks in several government schools of Kech

Kech is recognized as one of the well-promoted districts of Balochistan where thousands of students are gaining education in the 52 high schools. However, it is extremely lamentable to pen down that majority of schools are facing serious shortage of suitable textbooks in the government schools of Kech which is creating difficulty in the learning process and students will suffer from ...

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Letter: Inadequate resources in the governmental schools of Turbat

This is in reference to the letter “Betterment in many schools of Turbat” which was written by Saleh Muhammad published on January 25, 2017. I don’t see eye to eye with the author on the point of betterment of furniture, qualified teachers and boundary walls of governmental schools as I can give the example of my two own native town ...

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Letter: Lack of classroom at High School Badal Bazar Kolwa

Government High School Badal Bazar Kolwa is the biggest school of district Awaran, where more than one thousand students are getting education. However, it is the merely school of UC Gishkore where there are 5 classroom for the students but they are not enough and 50% students are compelled to sit under the sky and get education. The government of ...

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