Letters

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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Letter: Atta Shad College lacks Sociology lecturer

Atta Shad Degree College Turbat is one of the major college of Makran. Approximately, where hundreds of students are enrolled and getting education in various subjects, but it is really sad to state that the department of Sociology lacks lecturer where many of the students are facing several hurdles. Thus, the concerned authorities are request to appoint new sociology teacher ...

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Letter: Honor killing in Pakistan

Currently, the honor Killing has become one of the major issues of Pakistan. Many cases of Honor killing are being reported in different eras of Pakistan. Recently, Qandeel Baloch was killed by his brother on the name of Honor in Multan. Such more cases are being observed in the country, unfortunately, there is no solution being applied by our concerned ...

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Letter: Restrictions in Girls’ education

Nearly in every city girls are getting greater remarks than the boys in term of education. But the talent of the girls is being vanished by stopping them for getting higher education. Most of the girls in Turbat, after passing their matriculation or intermediate, full stop their education because of multiple reasons. The first reason is this that most of ...

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Letter: The pathetic state of Turbat Hospital

Turbat, being the second populated city of Balochistan has only one governmental hospital and the condition of the single hospital is really pathetic. The doctors are not punctual and some of them also do not go to hospital but they are getting their salary, no citizens are going to raise their voices against the ghost doctors. Some of them are ...

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Letter: Poor health facilities in Lasbela

Lasbela is considered the most backward district of Balochistan which is backward in the terms of government or private hospital. The patients go to Karachi for their treatment as well they bear lots of expenses and such crisis come before reaching Karachi hospital; some patient die on the way as the result because of no quality treatment in Lasbela. The ...

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Letter: Expensive education in Balochistan

It is very heart breaking to utter that the admission fees of intermediate classes has increased highly by putting the students in trouble who are unable to offered by paying 1750 to 2950 for arts students and 1950 to 3050 for science students. I feel very sorry for those students who could not submit their admission forms after knowing the ...

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