Letters

Letter: Suicide case of  Naila Rind                                

Twenty two years old final year student of the university Naila Rind’s body was found hanging from her hostel room’s ceiling fan in Jamshoro University. She was position holder of her class. The VC of the university was also reported to have constituted a five member committee to look into the position holder’s suicide. According to sources at the hostel, ...

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Letter: Awaran Needs Girls College

Awaran is the biggest and poorest district of Balochistan but there is no any girls’ college where girls can take admission to start their study further. Unfortunately, Government of Balochistan is not interested in mentioned district, this is the cause of backwardness of girls education. Majority of citizens of Awaran are poor and they do not afford to go to other cities for further ...

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Letter: Why is there no action against Drug suppliers in Turbat?

A large number of drug addicts can be seen in Turbat city.The drug addicts, who are in Turbat can affect the children and the well growing youth.  Just once the DPO of Turbat raided against the drug consumers and the suppliers. The most shocking fact is this that the Anti Narcotics Force is failed to act against the users and ...

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Letter: Water issue in Gwadar

It is said that Ankara Kaur dam which is the greatest source of water for people in Gwader, has reached at the dead level now . Accordingly, many areas of Gwader have been facing water shortage. The citizens are compelled to buy water from tankers mafia at the cost of RS 7500. Poor people do not afford this amount for ...

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letter: Literacy rate in Balochistan

The right to education is denied to countless children in Pakistan, however, the state of literacy, mainly, of females, is dismal in Balochistan with as much 70 percent girl dropped out of school. According to a recent report, literacy rate was stagnant at 44 per cent in Balochistan. Poverty, unemployment and law and order situation are some reasons behind educational ...

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Letter: Health issues in Turbat

Turbat, one of the largest cities of Balochistan is facing a health care crisis with rising rates of diseases, Such as Diarrhea, Cancer, Malaria and other non communicable diseases which are causing the death of people. Moreover, many people pay for medical treatment out of their own pockets. Because of maternal health, the number of women dies during pregnancy and ...

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Letter: Lack of standard education in governmental schools of Turbat

The poor-quality education for students in governmental schools of Turbat keeps me deeply distress. Education is supposed to be the gate way of country’s development and a weapon to accomplish our main ambitions but if we have a glance at the next side of the picture so, we can see the disgraceful and abominable condition of governmental schools of Turbat ...

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Letter: Hunting in Makran

Animals are the beauty of the world but in Makran, hunting is increasing on a daily basis, regularly claiming the lives of animals and birds. Every day, a large number rabbits, deer and Houbara Bustard are the easily hunted. Hingol National Park, situated in Makran, has various types of species that are helpless. In nearby Turbat and Zamuran, bird and ...

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Letter: The International Labour Organization Report

Recently International Labor Organization has released a Global Wage Report 2016-17 which claims that India suffers the most in terms of gender pay gap. This results that men are earning more than women in similar jobs with the gap exceeding 30%. In other words, among the large economies, South Korea suffers from a gap of 37% and resulting the only ...

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Letter: Addition of 30MW to Mekran division and mismanagement

Mekran includes Kech, Gwadar,Pasni and Ormara districts which are getting electricity from Iran. It requires 130 megawatts to cover all areas of Mekran division to supply electricity but unfortunately before it was getting only 70MW via shortage of electricity from Iran. Now Iran is playing a vital role to increase supply of electricity to Mekran in a great deal, she ...

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