Letters

Letter: Salary Raise Is Overdue For Balochistan Police

Ghulam Ali Bugti Police force is important for maintaining rule of law in any society. Police needs to be properly trained and equipped with modern weapons and skills to combat criminals and terrorists. No society can function that has a weak Police Force. Similarly, morale of the Police should also be kept high all the times so that they can ...

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Letter: Education At Verge Of Collapse In Balochistan

Ghulam Ali Bugti Education is a great weapon for every individual to shields himself against the dangers that a he can face during his life time in this mortal world. Unfortunately, people of Balochistan are not allowed to acquire education due to indifferent attitude of their government. When the corrupt government of Nawab Raisani ended and Dr. Malik came into ...

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Letter: Double Standards Of Media

Omaar Baloch The word rude might not be the accurate word I should use childish or immature behavior in order to express the attitude of our media. It is a bitter fact that our media focuses on the news that the viewers find entertaining rather than pointing out the issues that really affect the common man. Our media gives full ...

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Letter: NTS Recruitment Test Fee, Unacceptably High In Balochistan

Zafarullah Barech There is hue and cry of laud among the masses of Balochistan for current government and their initiative for announcing vacancies in education department. Likewise departmental tests have been assigned to National Testing Service (NTS) due to its good reputation. The fee reserved for test is 1000 Rs per appearance.  There are 4359 vacancies announced throughout province and ...

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Letter: Baloch students should not come to Islamabad to study: Provost of IIU

Islamabad: Sir, I would like to bring to the notice of the authorities concerned the injustice being faced by students from Balochistan at the Islamic International University (IIUI) Islamabad. The education scenario in Balochistan is not hidden from anyone. Baloch students struggle very hard despite many financial and political hardships to get an education. They have to travel all the ...

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Letter to the Editor: “March for what?”

By Bahram Sayad      The ‘Azadi’ and ‘Inqilab’ marches have not only put the people of Lahore and Islamabad in deep trouble but also the students and other people. After the Eid vacations almost every school, college and university are reopen but because of road blocking, traffic jam, extreme congestion and brutal act of PTI and PAT workers, it is impossible ...

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Letter: Extremists Destroying the World

By Bahram Sayad Respect for women has been a part of Baloch history, tradition and culture. However, new religious extremist groups are defying that tradition by forcefully closing girl’s schools. Such extremist organizations not only attack girls education but they also attack Zikri community and throw acid on the face of women.  During last few months they have attacked more ...

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Health Policy for Balochistan…?

By Safiullah Shahwani Whereas the Provincial Health Minister Rehmat Saleh Baloch talks of a health policy for the province in his speeches at five star hotels with bottled water and air conditioned culture, the facilities of health still remain a dream for common citizens in Balochistan. During a recent visit of mine to the Civil Hospital Quetta, I witnessed pathetic ...

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Letter: An act of violence in Science College

By Manzoor Tareen Government Science College Quetta has a history of interfaith harmony. This institute has seen ethnic based violence in past but never on sectarian lines. Few days back an intimidating incident took place in the premises of the hostel of government Science College that destroyed the tranquillity of the institute. Student wing of a sectarian Organization cordoned off ...

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Letter: Empowering Women as Key Change Agents

Women bear almost all responsibility for meeting basic needs of the family, yet are systematically denied the resources, information and freedom of action they need to fulfill this responsibility. The vast majority of the world’s poor are women. Two of the world’s illiterate population is female. Of the millions of school age children are not enrolled in school, the majority are girls. And today, ...

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