Letters

Letter: No Emergency Doctors in Turbat

Turbat, one of the major cities of Balochistan, lacks emergency doctors which have resulted in several death cases in the city. In fact, every night after 10 PM all hospitals close down in Turbat city and there are no doctors to attend emergency patients. Recently, a female patient in Turbat faced an emergency situation and she was taken to three ...

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Letter: Need for Makran Board

It is really surprising that there is only one board office in entire Balochistan. Other provinces have numerous educational boards for the convenience of students in different regions of those provinces. Makran division which comprises of Kech, Gwadar and Panjgur districts is located farthest away from Quetta. Students of Makran division need to travel 850 km away to Quetta for ...

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Letter: Football Ground Shifting

Presence of football grounds is obligatory for those societies where a great sense of enthusiasms exists in the sports. In Quetta, the football grounds are generally confined for the tournaments and for usual practice, but the allocated locations for some grounds are totally out off the mark. The residents of the Benevolent Fund Housing scheme, Sariab Road Quetta, are also ...

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Letter: Intermediate Result Fiasco

Recently the board of Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BBISE) announced the intermediate result which stunned the students. Only 26.68 percent of students were declared pass, out of 26,883 candidates which appeared in exams. Majority of candidates who had worked hard for the intermediate exams will not be able to apply for entry tests due to the low ...

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Letter: Dearth of Electricity in Balochistan

As we know that energy is mandatory for development of any state. Likewise it boosts economic sector, reduce social problems and eradicates political chaos and frustration. Balochistan, the province with rich natural resources is confronting the problem of dearth of electricity and energy. Balochistan educational institutions lack of electricity and as result teachers faces difficulties to deliver workable and practical ...

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Letter: Delay in Announcement of F.Sc Result

Intermediate exams by Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary education were conducted in April this year. Almost 5 months have passed and still result has not been announced. Students are anxiously waiting for the results so that they can proceed with their academic career. In meantime admissions in most of colleges and universities of Pakistan have started and Balochistan students ...

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Session Judge Needed In Turbat

Sami Parvez Quetta – Turbat doesn’t have a district and session judge for last one month, learnt Balochistan Point. Aimal Khan Kakar, last District and Session Judge of Kech district passed away last month and since then the portfolio stands vacant. Turbat city is headquarters of Makran division and therefore center of judicial activity but unavailability of top judge has exacerbated the ...

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Letter: Journalists Safety

Journalists are sacrificing their whole lives serving the people with news on daily basis. They never care what the circumstance are and work from dawn to dusk in order to aware the public. Unfortunately, journalists are being victimized everywhere in the world. Recently, two television journalists were recently shot down during a live interview in Virginia. This attack shows a ...

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Letter: Improvement Needed in Quality of Education

It seems the Balochistan government is mainly focused on construction of buildings only, but education is not about quantity alone, also but quality. By increasing the number of schools and colleges no nation can moves towards development. Sadly, we are only progressing in shape of infrastructure and we have failed to develop a system of high quality education. It indicates ...

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Letter: Lack of Good Doctors in Makran

Makran division is suffering from a lot of problems and one of the major problems is the lack of good doctors. People are dying due to the poor treatment provided at the hospitals and supply of poor quality medicines. Doctors are not well trained and therefore while treating the patients they can cause fatal damage to the patients. In this ...

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