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Letter: Misuse of internet

The internet has been a blessing to people. It has made life easy and helped technology improve. We cannot imagine how good it is for us. It’s really amazing how much we rely on Google to search information. School work, research, study material and etc. Unfortunately, our majority youngsters are using it in a very bad way by wasting their precious ...

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Letter: International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is celebrated across the world including Pakistan to raise awareness about women’s right and protect their lives. Unfortunately, in our country the day is celebrated, but no one takes it serious to act upon it. The incidents of violence against women are growing as the cases of rape, honor killing, sexual abuse, acid throwing and other violence ...

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Letter: No enough buses for Atta Shad Degree College

Despite the emergency on education and health of Baluchistan, the students of the Atta Shad Degree College are facing scarcity of Buses intensively. The above mentioned college, with the strength   of 3000 students, is the biggest college in district Kech. The college only has 4 buses, among which one is a large one and others are smaller. We, students, hardly manage ...

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Letter: Importance of education

Education plays an important role in our lives. Because it is true that education is key to success. Without education nothing is possible in the world.   It plays a significant role in the development of our society.  Education brings many changes in our society. If we want to develop our society, then we should get education.    The educated people ...

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Letter: Importance of English language centers

It gives me pleasure to say that English language centers are performing a very tremendous role in our country.   No doubt, in language centers many people can find great English teachers, writers and English reporters. English language centers can change a very weak person into a strong person, null person to wise person.   Moreover, the language centers help 95 percent in ...

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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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