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CHAGAI: Labourers working fencing at Pak-Afghan border demand payment of wages after being defrauded by private contractors

CHAGAI: Several labourers have demanded the authorities concerned to get paid their wages as two private contractors allegedly defrauded them after completing the fencing work under the supervision of Army in Bahramchah and surroundings at Pak-Afghan border in Chagai district. During a press conference at Dalbandin Press Club, Ali Akbar, Inayatullah, Mehrullah, Mohammad Ibrahim, Abdul Malik and their colleagues said ...

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Strict implementation of laws on tobacco consumption and Illicit Trafficking is required

Karachi: Society for Protection of Rights of the Child (SPARC) organized an online discussion session on International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. Speaking on this year’s theme “Better Knowledge for Better Care”, anti-tobacco activists stressed upon the need to improve the understanding of tobacco smoking as a drug problem and how the improved knowledge will result in reducing ...

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 Stakeholders demand to be taken into confidence in connection with renovation of Dalbandin bazar

CHAGAI: Majority owners of the shops and houses located at London road in Dalbandin expressed apprehensions over the way master plan is being implemented in the city to reshape Dalbandin bazar. After a thorough discussion in a meeting held at Notezai house Sargesha, the former chairman district council of Chagai Mir Dawood Khan Notezai along with PTI leader Malik Amanullah ...

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Kalat: LeviesForce arrested culprits involved in chopping the juniper trees at Harboi

KALAT: On the special directions of Deputy Commissioner Kalat, Izzat Nazeer Baloch today Assistant Commissioner Kalat, Zahid Langove alongwith Levies force raided the houses at Surkhain area of district Kalat and arrested three culprits who were allegedly involved in chopping the juniper trees at Harboi. The accused had chopped four juniper trees to construct a protection wall for their fields. ...

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Balochistan always suffers the most!

By: Munaj Gul Muhammad Nazir Muhammad, gets up early in the morning and takes the herd of sheep to forest for grazing. He is almost 49. His profession has never eased his troubles, therefore, he has no dreams in dwelling a comfortable life since his childhood.  Sometimes, his family members sleep without taking a loaf of bread due to deprivation. ...

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