Letters

Letter: Water scarcity in Chahsar Turbat

In this modern era, different cities are deprived of basic facilities, especially facility of water in our area. There is a small area namely “CHAHSAR” in Turbat which is one third of complete Turbat but it is facing scarcity of water. The tall claims of political leadership for provision of water in the area have been of no use. Due ...

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Letter: The problem at Passport office Turbat

I visited passport office in Turbat for making my passport. Shockingly, they demanded 500 hundred for making my passport besides its fee but I refused to pay t the demanded amount. As the reason, I was not having my CNIC in English language which caused unofficial formality. I request the government to take serious action against the ongoing corruption in ...

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Letter: Career Counseling in Balochistan

If we have a glance over Balochistan in the field of career counseling, it is surely behind developed countries since Baloch children are disadvantaged. In Balochistan, children are being forced to select the favorite subjects of their parents. Parents never think what a child wishes or tomorrow what he is going to be. Today a child will accept the damageable ...

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Letter: Drug addiction in Karachi

The cases of drug addiction are increasing rapidly in Karachi and destroying the youth. Around 100 million people in Pakistan are sick of smoking but around 2 million youth and children are drug addicted in Karachi. The children are supplying drugs in Karachi because there is no fear of law and police leaves them immediately after the arresting. Firstly, the ...

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Letter: Seven more infants died in Thar

Hundreds of infants are dying in Thar , but the government is not serious in this matter. With the recent deaths of seven infants from malnutrition at Mithi Civil Hospital more than 439 infants have died as directed by health officials. They need help and care of the government. They must not be neglected, as the government should not differentiate between ...

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Letter: the over population in Pakistan

The high population growth means birth of extreme poverty, unemployment, inflation, illiteracy, and a lot of issues; similarly, the rapidly increasing population promotes the expenditure of government which highly affect investment and already broken and worst economical system. The more eating mouths need more working hands so government must make efforts control over population. Mahjabeen Tariq Zanth , Turbat Published ...

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Letter: Lack of facilities at MRDL Saindak project school

Saindak is famous for its gold and copper deposits publically. It is worth mentioning that MRDL Company had received a profit of 83 Crore 40 lac dollars within a five year through Saindak discovered production. But,unluckily the project school was completely overlooked and ignored. it is matter of great sorrow to see the innocent children taking paper in the open ...

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Letter: Save Tahira

Tahira, young girl from Kalat has been diagnosed with cancer; unluckily, for a patient, from Balochistan due to extreme poverty to cope with this monster is a wish never to be achieved. But, as we have seen in the last couple of cases, from Hajira, Shehmureed, Rehan to most recent case of Nusrat that a dozens of volunteers who came ...

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Letter: CPEC- offers no benefit for Baloch

The poor people of rich land have been kept deprived of their basic amenities. The largest province in terms of land, rich in natural resources with lowest literacy and poverty rates is riddled with trials and tribulations. Its inhabitants are in dire need of their fundamental rights and want their miserable conditions to end. None of the government had paid ...

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Letter: Pneumonia Disease

Pakistan is one of the top five countries where 99 percent cases related pneumonia exist. Yearly, it kills 92,000 children before their fifth birthdays. According to a report, the infection approximately sends 85 out of 1,000 children to death under the age of 4 or five in Pakistan. The disease is commonly caused by bacteria of fungi found in child’s ...

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