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Poor State of Healthcare in Balochistan

By: Shezad Baloch On September 5th 2016, a young student from Balochistan’s remote Khuzdar region lost his battle with blood cancer.  Rehan Rind died at Agha Khan Hospital in Karachi, there being no hospital in his home province equipped to treat his cancer.  He was just 21 years old.  Sadly, his case is not uncommon.  People in Balochistan are often forced to travel thousands of ...

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Media is playing an important role in strengthening democracy: CM Balochistan

By: Staff Reporter Quetta: Chief Minister Balochistan, Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has said that media is playing an important role in strengthening democracy and highlighting social issues.    Talking to a delegation of newly elected- body of Balochistan Union of Journalists (BUJ) led by its president Khalil Ahmed, General Secretary Ayub Tareen, Rasheed Baloch and Irfan Ahmed on Wednesday  he ...

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Quetta: Cultural Minister inaugurates Noori Naseer Khan Cultural Complex Auditorium

By: Mir Behram Baloch Quetta:  Cultural Minister Mujeeb-ur-Rehman Muhammad Hasani has said that our priorities include the promotion of the Balochistan’s culture and literature. Culture is our identity and we will extend support to the artists. He said this while addressing the participants of the inauguration ceremony Noori Naseer Khan Cultural Complex auditorium on Tuesday.   On this occasion Major ...

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UNIDO helps Pakistan industries prioritize renewable energy

Karachi: Within the framework of the UNIDO/GEF project entitled “Sustainable Energy Initiative for Industries”, UNIDO presented priority renewable energy and energy efficiency interventions for 5 priority industries sectors in Pakistan. This project is funded by the Global Environment Facility. Officially opening the workshop to present the findings of the study to industries in Pakistan, Mr. Abdul Ghaffar Khattak, CEO National ...

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Research opportunity for SBKWU M.Phil and P.hD scholars

By: Akram Tareen    Sardar Bahadur Khan Women’s University is Pakistan’s second and first women’s University in Balochistan that is delivering its services since 2004 with an objective to give a quality education to every woman. Having strength of more than 7000 students and thousands of alumni the university proof that its academics or non academics activities, educational conferences, sports festivals are remarkable ...

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Secretary Health Balochistan visits screening test center for medical colleges  

 By: Saeed Yousaf  Quetta: Secretary Health Mr. Noor Ul Haq Baloch along with Additional Secretary Health Abdul Rauf Baloch visited Girls College Quetta Cant, where NTS entry test screening for medical colleges in the academic year 2017 was being held on Sunday. On the occasion candidates showed positive comments when the   Secretary Health asked them about the overall experience. Secretary ...

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IA Rahman Book “JINNAH AS A PARLIAMENTARIAN” Launching Ceremony at Lok Virsa

Islamabad: Book launching ceremony entitled “JINNAH AS A PARLIAMENTARIAN” written by I A Rehman, Malik Mohammad Jaffer and Ghani Jaffar going to be held at Lok Virsa Media Center on February 3rd, 2017 at 3 pm. Former Chief Minister Balochistan, Dr Abdul Malik will be Chief guest of program.Senator Farhatullah Baber Munnu Bhai, Sajida Jaffer & Fouzia Saeed will be speakers of the program. ...

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Quetta: CM expresses serious resentment over poor situation of cleanliness and drainage

Quetta:  Expressing serious resentment over poor situation of cleanliness and drainage of Quetta city, Chief Minister Balochistan, Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has ordered Commissioner Quetta Division for taking prompt action in this connection. Chief Minister Balochistan along with provincial ministers Mir Sarfiraz Bugti, Muhammad Khan Lehri and MPA Mir Asim Kurd Gilo paid a surprise visit to various parts of ...

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Dozens of M.Phil scholars fail to complete research caused by non functional chemical lab at SBKWU

By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch Quetta: Dozens of M.Phil scholars have been unable to complete their research due to the non functional Chemistry laboratory at Sardar Bahadur Khan Women’s University, while they have been asked to pay late thesis submission fee, as charged Rs 4000 monthly. If the situation persists not only the M.Phil researchers of Chemistry will remain unable to complete ...

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AGAHI and Strategic Vision Institute collaborate on Pakistan’s Narrative Development

Islamabad:  AGAHI a not-for-profit organization and the country partner of the Millennium-Project, a Global Futures Studies & Research participatory think-tank signed a memorandum of understanding with Strategic Vision Institute to establish Pakistan’s First Foresight Lab focusing on trends, challenges and opportunities. The Lab aims to check and test assumptions about Pakistan’s future among the leadership and wider society, explore perceptions, and ...

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