Letters

Letter: Political unity

In the present scenario of politics, Pakistan is passing from its worst political crisis. The political environment has led the country to a very uncertain imbroglio. As it is evident from the addresses and speeches of the political leaders that they blame each other on without considering over the global political mechanism It is very sad to say that our ...

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Letter:  Women education in Pakistan

Education is a basic right which is imperative for every individual whether that is male or female. It is central to development, social progress and human freedom but women are largely overlooked and neglected in terms of education in Pakistan. Denial of access to fundamental education to girls and women is not only a problem of gender discrimination but also ...

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Letter: Smoking in college 

Being a student of Atta Shad Degree College Turbat would like to draw the attention of government of Balochistan. The students of Atta Shad College   smoke cigarette openly but college administration is not interested in taking any action against those who are smoking. Likewise, Gutkha and cigarettes common drugs are used by students in the college; however, the parents are ...

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Letter: The miserable condition of Turbat Civil Hospital  

Peoples come from remote areas of Mekran for the treatment in civil hospital and become very depressed when they see the lingering condition of it. The doctors arrive at very late and leave early; as a result they do not give enough attention to their patients.  Furthermore, they sit in private hospitals and clinic to earn more. A huge amount ...

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Letter: Govt High School Adampur needs govt consideration  

Govt High School Adampur, located in Sohbatpur district is one of  the oldest high school in the area. The school predates independence. However, the school depicts a picture of ruins with a devastated infrastructure, waterlogged ground and dank classrooms. The entire boundary wall has collapsed and students lack access to basic facilities like drinking water and toilets. It is very ...

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Letter: CPEC and Balochistan

It is a well-known fact that China Pakistan Economic corridor is very beneficial for China and Pakistan, it also being claimed that it is going to change the future of Balochistan.   It is important for all provinces of Pakistan but matter is that western route of CPEC should be completed first. The people who are living in underdeveloped areas ...

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Letter: The good performance of private school teachers

Education is the most essential source for developing a country and teachers are playing a vital role in this regard but unfortunately the education institutions are divided in government and private schools. The government schools have several problems and the teachers are usually absent from school and they not ready to attend the classes willingly. But we can see that private ...

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Letter: Ignored Usta Muhammad needs attention

City of Usta Muhammad is known as second hub and a major part of the green belt of Balochistan, having more than 75 rice and wheat Mills, 8 government and private banks, more than 42 petrol pumps and many other things.  The natives want to invest but due to security reasons and government incompetence they are not investing rather moving to ...

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Letter: Chickungunya in Makran

Chickungunya is spreading rapidly in Makran division. Yet there are no initiatives for its prevention. Especially Turbat,and Gwadar districts have been affected the most. According to Divisional Head Quarter hospital at Turbat report, more than 100 cases have been diagnosed, 70 of them were infected by the virus. However, in Pasni and Gwadar 5 people died due to having no ...

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Letter: Child labour

Though, child labour is prohibited by the constitution of Pakistan and labour laws yet it is prevalent in Pakistan. Many children are suffering from mental, physical, moral and social harm while government has chosen to remain oblivious to the situation. According to National Child Labour Survey (NLSC), approximately 3.3 million children including 73% boys and 27% girls below the age ...

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