Letters

Letter: Lack Of Drinking Water In Suburbs Of Turbat

Water is the second most important thing for life on earth after oxygen. However everyone is not lucky to get access to drinking water. Gushtang, a town 2 kilometer away from Turbat city is facing acute scarcity of water. Weather is very hot in Turbat and that has resulted in increase in demand of water. Lack of availability of water ...

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Letter: Poor State Of Education In Balochistan

As we know that education is the third eye of a nation but unluckily in Balochistan the quality of education is falling day by day. In a recent survey conducted by Azat foundation, it was revealed that the literacy rate in balochistan is 33% which should be a big cause of concern for everyone in this society. There are hundreds ...

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Letter: Electricity Problems In Khuzdar‏

In Khuzdar, we are facing 16 hours of power cuts for the past one year, but guess what? We are so peaceful that we can never imagine to block the roads or protest against this injustice because we are Pakistanis and love our country, and can never imagine to embarrass our tribal elders who we elect to the assemblies to ...

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Letter: I See Madrassas But No Schools

Nasrat Baloch I live in Turbat, Makran. I usually travel to Dasht and its surrounding areas which are almost 50 kilometers away from Turbat. On the way, I can see many small settlements. In every population settlement one can see a common thing which is mosque and madrassas but one can’t find a school everywhere. One may find school buildings ...

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Letter: B.Ed Requirement For SST Recruitment Is Must

This is in response to the letter published in The Balochistan Point in which my friend asserted on the relaxation in condition of Bachelors of Education (B.Ed) for Secondary School Teacher (SST) Recruitment. Respectfully, I don’t agree with the views of writer, and wan to say that relaxation in B.Ed will be unjust to those who strive to acquire B.Ed. ...

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Letter: Relaxation In B.Ed Rule For SST Recruitment

I want to draw the attention of government of Balochistan to the recently advertised posts of Secondary School Teachers (SST) in BPS-17. The eligibility criterion for these posts requires Bachelors of Education (B.Ed) degree which is a sheer injustice to the talented and resolute students who have completed their higher education and not studied B.Ed. Educated youth in Balochistan is bearing the brunt ...

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Letter: Trend Of Promoting Ethnicity In Universities

Himayat Ullah – Islamabad The rise of ethnicity in Pakistan is not only case with the Baloch, but also with other ethnic ethnicities like Pashtuns, Sindhis and Punjabis. Students studying outside their provinces associate themselves with the identity of their culture. It’s astonishing for us when these students are in their province they are separated into different political parties and ...

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Letter: Cruel District Educational Officer Of Jhal Magsi

Ejaz Ahmed District Education Officer (DEO) Jhal Magsi, Meer Abdul Nabi Magsi, is depriving the innocent people of Jhal Magsi of their basic rights. DEO has his own private jails and gives refuge to hardcore criminals in the district. Due to this man the entire city is in under frustration because he has been gulping poor people’s funds and their ...

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Letter: Part Time Jobs For Students

I want to draw the attention of the concerned authorities towards the lack of part time Jobs for students. Except for some, majority of the students come from poor families, whose earning is too meager to cope up with expenses of their education, books and boarding. Especially the students coming from the backward areas of Balochistan to Islamabad for acquiring ...

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Letter: Importance of Free Press

What is the power of free press? Why real democracy is considered the best form of political system? The near fatal attack on Hamid Mir, last year, was a painful and flabbergasting incident carried out by unknown persons that sealed the fate of free press in Pakistan. Why do that rulers, Civilians or military, in Pakistan never allow full freedom ...

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