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Letter: Lack of Philosophy and Psychology Departments at UOT

Letter: Lack of Philosophy and Psychology Departments at UOT

University of Turbat (UOT) is an extra-ordinary institute in Mekran Division which has  brought a genuine change in the lives of every students of Turbat city by providing standard education but the matter which puts the students in grave repercussion is lack of departments in UOT. As the C.M of Balochistan Sardar Sanaullah Zehri enforced on 7th  of May, 2017 ...

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Letter: More libraries needed in Quette

Letter: More libraries needed in Quette

Quetta is capital of Balochistan with a great population where a number of students are gaining knowledge and reading there. They are facing lots of problems because of shortage of library, as there is one public library named Quid-e-Azam Library that is in bazar. In the single library a large number of students hardly manage and study.  it is humbly ...

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Letter: Baloch cricket players

Letter: Baloch cricket players

Balochistan is the richest province of Pakistan for its wide spread minerals but it is ignored in other sectors. There is no opportunity for players of Balochistan province in playing their due role in the national team of Pakistan. Despite being a part of Pakistan the Baloch players are ignored in PSL not even taken in domestic level tournaments. In ...

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Letter: Kund Malir, beautiful but neglected

Letter: Kund Malir, beautiful but neglected

Kund Malir, which is considered a special picnic point for tourists, is one of the most beautiful places of Balochistan province. people from various parts of the county travel the journey of 120 to 300 kilometers just for the sake of entertaining themselves with the beauty of Kund Malir. But unfortunately, its residents are deprived of basic necessities of life ...

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Letter: Eye cancer prevailing in Balochistan

Letter: Eye cancer prevailing in Balochistan

The Number of children affected with intraocular cancer medically called retinoblastoma, is rising in Baluchistan. According to child aid association (CAA), most children of Baluchistan Province are suffering from this eye cancer. This disease (cancer) is affecting the children and ultimately in future they will not be able to live their complete lives and work as a productive citizen of ...

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Letter: Threats of hepatitis disease

Letter: Threats of hepatitis disease

It is estimated that every year 150000 people die of hepatitis C around the country. It has appeared a lethal disease effecting almost 20 percent of the population. However, the prevention of this disease needs drastic measures to ensure the availability of medicines in the country in a cut-rate. Therefore, government should pay serious attention towards this disease.  Liquat Saleh, ...

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Letter: Water crisis in Balochistan

Letter: Water crisis in Balochistan

Water is one of the most important needs of human being. Life is impossible to be spent on earth without water. It is the need of human beings and animals too. As far as the water crisis in Baluchistan is concerned, Baluchistan is going to face unexpected drought in the future if water crisis could not be overcome. It is ...

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Letter: High use of tobacco in Pakistan

Letter: High use of tobacco in Pakistan

Usage of tobacco in Pakistan is high among the youth, as our country ranks top among 5 countries with high usage of tobacco. The substance kills nearly six million people each year, out of which almost 600,000 die from second-hand smoke. As a result, it is becoming a growing problem and a serious health challenge in the country. Tobacco products ...

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Letter: Nepotism in Balochsitan

Letter: Nepotism in Balochsitan

The practice of nepotism is ubiquitous in many departments of Balochistan where the concerned officials and government stakeholders distribute jobs among their relatives and family members without following a legal method in appointments. The violation of merit is on its peak and no strict action is being taken to stop the nepotism. No any proper, transparent, fair process is applied ...

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Letter: Greenery Day in Pakistan

Letter: Greenery Day in Pakistan

Greenery Day is celebrated each year on 4th May across the world and some countries held various festivities such as planting trees and the planting seeds to make their country green. First it was celebrated in 1989 just after the death of Emperor Hirohito to honor his love for plants and nature. Since that year, Greenery Day is held in different countries ...

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