Letters

Letter: Education problems in Balochistan

Despite being biggest province of Pakistan, Balochistan is facing a lot of problems in education sector. Among these problems absenteeism of teachers is one of them main issue, affecting quality of education in Balochistan. The teachers in government’s schools are least punctual and fail to provide quality education to the students. The teachers, who only appear five to ten days ...

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Letter: Poor Balochistan 

Pakistan is blessed with four wealthy provinces especially Balochistan which is replete with natural resources. Unfortunately, 52 percent of its population lives below the poverty line, and gradually, it is increasing day by day. Over 50% children sleep in starvation which is the major cause of child labour and increased suicide ratio in the region. Poverty free Pakistan has been ...

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Letter: Lack of facilities in libraries of Turbat

Libraries play an extremely momentous role in students’ life. These libraries are great source of learning for the students of news generation; libraries prove to be the best guiders of a student after the teachers. Being greater in population, Turbat posses only and only two libraries which get closed at 3:00 pm and reopen next day at 9:00 am, and ...

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Letter: Violence against women

In Pakistan, women are considered the vulnerable groups with a status in society. The biggest factor behind their backwardness is lack of education whose literacy rate in overall country is 40 %. According to a report, 80539 women have been victimized including their rape murders, suicidal, acid attack and killing in the name of honor, among them 13 %were 15 ...

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Letter: IBA Karachi, a gleam of hope for poor students.

Education is one of the most important things in today’s world which the poor people cannot afford easily. Mostly the destitute populace of several areas from Pakistan –including Balochistan and some other areas– are deprived of getting higher education. They work on daily wages to earn for the food of three times; similarly the down-and-out individuals of such areas are ...

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Letter: Begging should be banned in Turbat

A large number of children and omen are seen begging in Turbat market. They agitate shop keepers and demand money again and again. Such acts of beggars not only disturb shop keepers but also they suffer mentally. The beggars are dressed in local clothes but speak Sindhi. Turbat administration is requested to take action against them as Panjgoor administration did. ...

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Letter: Drug dealing and the role of government in Quetta

Various drugs like Opium, Heroin, Hashish, and Marijuana are easily available and purchasable in different parts of Quetta. One simply finds drug- addicts in every nook and corner of the city; however, the concerned authorities are watching all this illegal and dirty business as a silent spectator. Concerned authorities have turned a blinded eye towards elements involved in this hideous ...

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Letter: Killing of lawyers

Like the journalists, the killing of lawyers is becoming very common in Pakistan. The biggest example is Quetta blast which killed more than 60 lawyers; an entire generation of lawyers was killed in one city. The attack was planned as before a lawyer was killed then more than 200 lawyers gathered at hospital and they were attacked. Since 2010, the ...

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Letter: Vanishing greenery

Trees are jugs of the earth as they have humorous advantages. They provide us the oxygen, the biggest source to be alive and taken in carbon dioxide gas that we exhale; unfortunately, the phenomenon of cutting down trees for building houses, firewood and other purpose. Thousand of trees are cut down on daily basis which is one of the main ...

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Letter: Violence against women

In Pakistan women are the most vulnerable group in the society. Unfortunately, everyone violates rights of women in the society as usual they are facing threats by the family members and husbands and are not allowed to go outside. The biggest factor behind their backwardness is no education, as the literacy of women is 40% in the country. Approximately, 80539 ...

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