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Pakistan has the second-highest number of out-of-school children in the world.

 Karachi:  The Citizens Foundation (TCF) and Mishal Pakistan signed a memorandum of understanding to create awareness among general public about out of school children through print, electronic and online mediums. Through this collaboration, TCF and Mishal committed to enhance quality reporting on out of school children by building capacity of journalists reporting on Education and Social Development related issues. Mishal ...

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The laden buses of Panjgur bother the passengers 

By: Aziz Ejaz One of the main issues that Panjgur confronts is the extremely overloaded buses which take them to the roughly connected cities such as Quetta and Karachi via the single carriage route.  The accountable authority and especially the district administration after the tragic and ruinous mishap of burning a passenger bus adjacent at Bela along with nearly travelers ...

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Scandinavian states must prevent war in S.Asia: AJK President

OSLO: The AJK President, Sardar Masood Khan has called upon the European countries particularly Norway to use their influence on India to resolve Kashmir conflict in accordance with the UN resolutions, cease human rights trampling in occupied Kashmir, and to reverse change of disputed status of Jammu and Kashmir state.  During a meeting with the Norwegian foreign ministry officials in ...

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CUST, DBTV.LIVE Jointly Organized MOJO Training as MOJO is future of media

ISLAMABAD: Capital University of Science and Technology and DBTV.LIVE have organized a week training in mobile journalism for students to equip them with modern techniques and skills of media to meet the current days challenges. As many as fifty students took part in the training and termed it a key step to empower people through information. Vice- Chairman DBTV.LIVE, Mr. ...

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First Wall Art Competition held in Gwadar

By:  Zareef Baloch GWADAR:  Over 60 local artists participated in the first-ever wall art competition held in district Gwadar on 4th August by Baamsar in collaboration with the district government. The event was sponsored by Brighto Paint and Consultant Group (CG) and it was held at the Padizer Marine Drive along the route from Gwadar Airport to Gwadar Free Zone and ...

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Lyari Literary Forum: An upright support for a superstructure

By: Dur Bibi Lyari Literary Forum(LLF) completed its organising body and moved toward cabinet on April 1,2018 when the members of LLF were not even sure that whether this team could lead the youths and revive the book and Literature culture in Lyari. When the name of  Lyari emerges in mind, the concept of violence also appears but the people ...

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Air pollution: An inaudible killer in Pakistan

By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch The report: “The State of Global Air 2019” ranks Pakistan as fifth country with fatal effects of Air pollution. Health and environmental experts’ term air pollution as emerging public health emergency in world and in Pakistan. Air pollution has been named as one of the leading cause of deaths in Pakistan with death toll reported to ...

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Civil Society demands concrete steps for democratic inclusion of Persons with Disabilities.

QUETTA: In continuation of Seminar held in April 2019 Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI) organized a follow-up seminar here in Quetta on electoral and political rights of persons with disabilities. The stakeholders discussed in detail the issues surrounding disability and inclusion of PWDs. Raja Shoaib Akbar, Senior Program Manager CPDI shared the status of legal structure supporting inclusion ...

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QUETTA : Action plans developed to implement Rule of Law reforms in Balochistan

QUETTA: While chairing a planning workshop on ‘Operationalizing the Rule of Law Roadmap in Balochistan’, Secretary Home & Tribal Affairs, Mr Haider Ali Shikoh, on Thursday underscored the importance of strengthening the criminal justice system in the province. He urged the participants to propose sustainable solutions; so that archaic laws, outdated standards, and institutional shortcomings could be addressed on a ...

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Beating the drums of war

By: Advocate Abdul Rasool syed The tension between US and Iran is escalating with each succeeding day. Drums of war have now started beating and the strategic planning to outsmart each other has taken a new and exponential momentum. Both countries seem to remain firm and unwavering on their respective stand and are not ready to step back. The ongoing ...

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