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Letter: Child Labor An Inescapable Reality

Young children undertake laborious work rather than study, due to poverty. Growing inflation has compelled people to send their young children to work for very low paying jobs. Unfortunately a little has been done to alleviate the issue except observing a solidarity day named “Child Labor Day” on 12th June every year. Like all problems this can be addressed by ...

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Letter: Stop Cheating In Sindh And Balochistan

Undoubtedly, merit is the foundation upon which countries develop. However in Pakistan no department is found without corruption. Education is fundamental right of every citizen but the institutions that are supposed to impart education are infested with corruption. Cheating during examinations is rampant in Sindh and Balochistan. Who is responsible for this? Cheating in exams destroys the future of the ...

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Letter: Private Hostels Are A Security Threat

Private hostels provide facilities to the out-station students but at the same time they are a serious security threat. Not only students but also numerous employees and daily wage workers stay at private hostels. Unfortunately there is no mechanism of check and balance of the people living in hostels. After APS Peshawar massacre security is on high alert and there ...

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Letter: Internet Connectivity Problems In Turbat

Turbat which is one of the largest cities of Balochistan is suffering from internet connectivity problems. Presently, most of the official work like online banking, bill management, money transfer and news reporting are carried out through internet. Constant disruption in internet connectivity causes people to face a diverse range of inconvenience in their daily routine. Residents of Turbat pay their ...

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Letter: No Change In Plight Of Balochistan

The Nationalist government promised to the nation that it would change the present socio-political system of province. After over Two years of the new government, there is still no improvement in the law of jungle. Unfortunately Baloch nation is still in the murky and stormy environment as they were before this government. There is no change in the education sector ...

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Letter: Admission List Of BMC Should Be Announced

Entry test of Bolan Medical College (BMC) was held on 28 December 2014.  219 candidates cleared the test on the basis of old admission policy. However, administration of BMC decided to distribute seats on the basis of newly formed gender quota which distributes seats equally between both genders. This new policy is violation of article 25 of constitution which says ...

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Letter: Traffic Problems Of Quetta Require Urgent Action

Free flow of Traffic is part and parcel of a civilized society. Traffic lights and adherence to traffic laws is must to ensure free flow of traffic. Unfortunately, Quetta, the only metropolitan city of Balochistan, is deprived of traffic lights. People from all over Balochistan, travel to Quetta city for their official and private work. This has resulted in increasing ...

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Letter: Let The Students Choose Their Own Career

Mahnoor Mustafa Life becomes enthusiastic when people pursue a career of their own choice. If we cast a glance around us then we found few fortunate people who have managed to choose a field in which they are interested. Researchers have proved that children with the encouragement of parents in their education can experience better learning and academic performance. Unfortunately, ...

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Letter: Educational Emergency Of Balochistan Government Is Just A Show-Off Tactic

Sharif Nuhaaq Baloch                       According to the Balochistan ombudsman’s report of 2014, 3rd highest numbers of complaints, 752, were against the education department.  There were 194 complaints from Quetta, followed by Mekran, 156, and Khuzdar, 123. Chief Minister of Balochistan Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch is spending millions of rupees of taxpayer’s money on personal projection in the form of publicity on ...

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Letter: Parents Must Realize Their Responsibility

Sami Parvaz Parents have started a new trend these days which is keeping them away from their children. Parents want their children to be busy throughout the day so that they don’t need the care of their parents. Parents send their children to school at 8 o’clock and children return back home at 1:30. After serving dinner to children they ...

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