Letters

Letter: High Ratio of Poverty in Balochistan

Poverty is not a new phenomenon in Pakistan since every third Pakistani falls prey to poverty. The wealth distribution in Pakistan is presenting a situation where one family looking for new BMW, while another family looks for one time meal. The ratio of poverty is higher than the other provinces in Balochistan which is known as the richest province of ...

Read More »

Scarcity of Water in Gwadar

The biggest hurdle which the natives in Gawadar   are facing is the scarcity of water. They are genuinely going through devastating consequences because of not getting their fundamental need. It is really hard to utter that they do not get drinking water even being residents of the area, known as the bingeing point of China -Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).  CPEC ...

Read More »

Letter: Too Effective But the Deceptive Slogans

Slogans are the weapon of politicians; they use them when they are in need of the people’s favor in the shape of vote. Politicians give a lollypop of the most effective slogans so as to gain their attraction and vote. They easily fool innocent people trapped by their assurance that they would provide them what they have promised. Among these ...

Read More »

Letter: Government Teachers Ought to Serve Nation

Teachers are the back bone of a nation. They are the ones who develop   or build up an educated nation. According to a great personality “Teacher is the one who creates other all profession”. No doubt teachers are also parents of students. Unfortunately, among the government teachers there are some teachers who are not performing their duties honestly. Students are ...

Read More »

Letter: NHA should be Responsible for Trauma Centers on Highways

Balochistan is home to four main highways that connect Quetta with other provinces of Pakistan and also with Iran and Afghanistan. Hundreds of thousands of passengers travel on these highways on daily basis. It would be nothing less than a shock to know that there is not a single trauma center on any of the highways of Balochistan. All highway ...

Read More »

Lobby meeting held for inclusion of LSBE in party manifesto

Quetta – The Rahnuma Family Planning Association of Pakistan held a meeting with key workers and office bearers of Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) as part of their lobbying with progressive political parties for inclusion of Life Skill Based Education (LSBE) as part of their party manifesto for young people and to garner their support for inclusion the same in ...

Read More »

Letter: Gas Supply Demanded for Uthal University

There is no supply of Sui gas in Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Sciences (LUAWMS). Students are using cylinders for their needs which can be very dangerous. This makes life very difficult for them. Balochistan supplies gas to entire country and students studying in only Water and Marine Sciences university of Balochistan do not have gas supply which ...

Read More »

Letter: Irregularities in Teacher Recruitments in Zhob

A letter titled “Irregularities in Teachers Appointments” asked the Provincial Secretary Education to explain the anomaly in the appointments of teachers. Unfortunately, the letter fell on deaf ears. The caustic remarks and apprehensions of the writer hold much water. There are two points that are disquieting; (i) Some almightiest want to appoint their dear-ones and therefore intentionally delaying the appointment ...

Read More »

Letter: Problems Faced by People of Gwadar

Gwadar is a small town with the population of 200,000. It is located on the south of Makran division.  Gwadar is a Balochi term which the door of air. As government is saying “we are developing Gwadar and giving a new shape to the city.” But I want to raise a question to government. Did you ask the Gwadar people ...

Read More »

Letter: Math Teachers Required in Turbat Girls College

Turbat is one of the biggest cities of Balochistan but the only Girls College in city is facing shortage of teachers. It’s very surprising and unfortunate to reveal that there is just one Mathematics teacher for entire Government Girls College Turbat. Therefore only a handful number of students can study math. As a result a lot of girls are deprived ...

Read More »