Letters

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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Letter: Kech Medical College Should Be Made Functional

I appreciate the efforts of Chief Minister (CM) Balochistan Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch for establishing a medical college in Turbat. Many students in Makran region want to study medicine and become doctors but there were no sufficient opportunities for them. There is only one medical college in Balochistan which is Bolan Medical College. Students from every district of Balochistan apply ...

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Letter: Internet Connectivity Problems Aggravate in Makran

Internet connectivity problems have aggravated in Makran region of Balochistan. From last few months, Internet service provided by PTCL is performing poorly and users are unable to do anything with the internet. People from almost every walk of life are dependent on the use of internet for performance of their duties. Due to internet connectivity issues; Banks, government departments and ...

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Association Demands Upgradation of Teachers

Sami Parvez Turbat – Haqooq Teacher’s Association (HTA) Kech protested against delay in upgradation of teachers outside Turbat Press Club, on Monday. HTA is the association of the teachers recruited under Aghaz-e-Haqooq-e-Balochistan Package. Protestors were carrying placards that read slogans against bureaucracy for delaying the upgradation of package teachers into BPS-17 scale. “We are serving in BPS-16 for last three ...

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Letter: Menace of Cheating

Teachers are supposed to speared light of education and awareness in the society. They are also called the second parents of the students. However, some teachers are damaging this noble profession by allowing their students to cheat in exams. Some teachers take money from students and provide them with cheating material. This is tantamount to poisoning the student-teacher relationship in ...

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Letter: Street Crimes in Turbat City

In last few months street crimes in Turbat have surged up. Snatching and looting on gunpoint has become a common occurrence. Since beginning of month of August, 4 people have been killed in incidents of Street Crimes. Main reason for sudden increase in Street Crimes is lack of sufficient Police patrols in the city. It’s regretful to know that in ...

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Letter: NTS Teacher Recruitment Process is Unfair in Turbat

National Testing Service (NTS) recruitment tests for teacher jobs are unfair in Turbat. Majority of the people have been selected due to unfair recommendations of the local politicians. Talented candidates have been rejected and the dull candidates have been selected. It’s completely injustice with poor people. Their talent is being wasted. It’s an enormous lost for upcoming generations. If these ...

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Letter: Alandoor Village Needs Schools

Alandoor is a village of Zamuran sub-tehsil of District Kech. There is only one government school in Alandoor village which doesn’t get any attention from government authorities. Majority of children are deprived of getting education due to lack of basic facilities such as teachers, chairs, desks, water coolers and many more. There are only 2-3 teachers in the only school ...

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