Opinion

When rich Balochistan will be rich?

By: Sana Samad  Balochistan is considered one of the richest resources part in entire South Asia, and it is the backbone of Pakistan. Today Pakistan is completely depended on the resources of Balochistan, and through these resources country is developing and making itself very stronger. It is unfortunate that, though Balochistan is full of natural resources, still it is the ...

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Balochistan: Drought is taking girls out of school, out of scene

By: Munir Faraz The backwardness of Balochistan province of Pakistan is such a visible fact that no one can either deny or ignore it. Among the reasons constituting this backwardness, the low literacy rate stands on the top and in case of women backwardness, the low literacy rate is declared the root cause of it. This spoils women welfare massively ...

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The woes of the rich land

By: Sharif NuhaaQ Baloch After the long walk of endeavor and hullabaloo, PTI and Imran Khan got succeed, as the majority of seats in national assembly (NA) have won by PTI. PTI has made its government in federal and into other main provinces; Punjab and KPK, PTI has dealt with successive party in Baluchistan, Baluchistan Awami Party (BAP), too to ...

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Foreign policy of Naya Pakistan

By: Advocate Abdul Rasool Syed Dolefully speaking, ever since Pakistan’s emergence as a sovereign and independent country of the world, it miserably failed to manage its external affairs effectively and independently. Even, during its teething period, it had to fight a full-scale war with its chronic rival India on the issue of Kashmir; an issue that still remains a nuclear ...

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Political culture of Baluchistan, a comparative study.

By: Syed Anwar Zaib The interesting incidents in the politics of Pakistan force the people of Balochistan to take part in politics and in its solutions and consequences. Politics is the most interesting and likeable topic for the people of Balochistan not only in Balochistan also for the people of whole state. The peer groups, mates, fellows, friends, partners analyses ...

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National Action Plan against drugs addiction

By: Advocate Abdul Rasool syed  Sadly, Drugs addiction is surging at an exponential rate in our country. It has engulfed our people especially the young generation who are in the very flower of their youth. It has been observed that the students of schools, colleges and universities are more prone to drugs addiction than other members of the society.  It ...

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Social architecture and identity

By: Dr Asma Hyder Baloch An inclusive society is defined as a society for all, a society where everyone has freedom of expression, respect and recognition for religious, ethnic and cultural diversity. An important determinant of conflict is modernization and development. During the development process traditional parochial identities are threatened. There are many developing countries in Africa and Asia, where ...

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Democracy should not fail to resolve Baloch missing persons’ issue 

 By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch Balochistan Home Minister Mir Zia Langove has assured that the issue of Baloch missing persons will be resolved in the next three months. He expressed his assurance on Sunday while visiting a protest camp set up by relatives of Baloch missing persons in Quetta.  Talking to the media Mir Zia Langove said that they did not ...

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Dispossession of basic facilities in ‘Green Belt of Balochistan’ 

By: Engineer Saeed Jattak The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is the first Islamic recognized atomic powered country in the Muslim world. It has been surrounded by many critical issues internally require to be considered in high priority based on their solution radar. These crises might be gifted by corrupt politicians with the worst policies. Viewing the current scenario in Pakistan ...

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Social Sector Development in Balochistan: A Way Forward

By: Dr Asma Hyder Baloch The economy of Balochistan is largely dependent upon livestock, agriculture, fisheries and production of natural gas, coal and minerals. Including Quetta, the infrastructure in the province presents a bleak picture of the development and stands much behind when it is compared to rest of the country. Historically, limited farming in the east as well as ...

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