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Balochistan 2016 Year End Review: Hundreds of People Killed in Terrorist Attacks

By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch  Despite all claims of improved law and order situation in 2016, it proved itself a worst year regarding poor rule of law in Balochistan.  Balochistan again lost hundreds of precious human lives just because of security lapse. Once again the claims of Nawaz government were rebuffed by themselves. The burning Balochistan remained same as it used ...

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Overlooked village of Kolahoo Turbat

By: Munaj Gul Baloch Kolahoo is one of the most overlooked villages in Turbat city, where the students are deprived of the splendid quality of education, even though its people are so thirsty for gaining education, unlucky, they are being unnoticed by the government of Balochistan.  The Government Model Boys’ School of Kolahoo is among those schools of Tump areas ...

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The Neglected fisher folk of Gwadar

By: Javed Siddique When I was in my native village Pishukan, a town nearby Gwadar city, I was curious to know the views of native fisher folk on their miseries and the role of government. I put questioned some old age and experienced persons of this community. Ibrahim Omar, 70, answered questions about his profession and difficulties they were facing. ...

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Two killed in honour killing

Quetta: A man was gunned down by his cousin and her alleged paramour in the name of honour in Sani area of Kachhi district on Saturday. According to the sources a man identified as Umeed Ali opened indiscriminate fire on his cousin and her alleged paramour in village Bazdan Mai area of Kachhi district, both victims received many bullets wounds ...

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Islamabad:Pamir Festival held at Lok Virsa

Islamabad: One day Musical Event “PAMIR MUSIC FESTIVAL’ organized by BULBULIK in Collaboration with Lok Virsa and ONDRA celebrated at Lok Virsa on Saturday. At the inauguration traditional welcome tune given by students of Bulbulik Music School. Folk singers, Artist from Hunza and Gojal valley and people participated and performed Lok Dance and music. On this Occasion program chief guest ...

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Literacy Centers inaugurated in Kalat city

Kalat: Additional Deputy Commissioner Kalat, Naseer Ahmed Jatak inaugurated the literacy centers on Thursday, which have been established by Directorate of Literacy and Informal Education in Kalat city to increase the literacy rate in the area. Speaking at the occasion, ADC Kalat Naseer Ahmed Jatak termed establishment of ten literacy centers a good opportunity for those who were not able ...

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Balochistan Nutrition Program contributes to save lives

By: Nadeem Feyrozai 32 years old Ms. Naseema Bibi came to OTP (Outpatient Therapeutic Program) at Basic Health Unit Khajak district Sibi to get her child examined. She was very much concerned about the health of her 18 months of baby Naziran Bibi. “My child is very weak she is 18 months old. Neither can she neither walk nor crawl; ...

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Fatima Iqbal Khan receives National award for Human Rights

By: Mir Behram Baloch Quetta: Social activists Fatima Iqbal Khan has been awarded National award for Human rights. She was honored in an award distribution ceremony held at president House Islamabad, where president of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain awarded her the best achievement few days ago. A large number of Federal ministers, members of parliament, ambassadors from different countries and secretaries ...

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Baloch corner at Lok Virsa Islamabad represents Baloch culture

By: K.B Kashani Quetta: Baloch corner at Lok Virsa Islamabad represents not only the Baloch culture but also the traditional Balochi ‘Giddan’ and Baloch hand embroidery are for great interest for the people from different parts of Pakistan. The Balochi Boutique known as Baloch corner at Museum shows cultural heritage and life style of people in Balochistan. This shop was ...

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Karachi: Save the historical Temple at Malir

By: Hanif Dilmurad Karachi: Hundred of years old temple in Malir is threatened to be damaged by unknown elements. The temple known as Malir Mandar is in close proximity to Malir Session Court. In 1914, Dedhar Prag Ji constructed a Sanatorium in Malir Mandar, for the medical treatment of poor people who suffered from chronic illness in the area. In ...

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