Opinion

Regional impact of CPEC in terms of foreign policy-Part 1

By: Asal Khan Kakar China Pakistan Economic corridor (CPEC) is an economic project which was signed by Pakistan and china in April 2015. It is commonly in infrastructural development and is termed the game changer or fate changer for Pakistan. As China is investing in Pakistan through CPEC project total money of about $46 billion US, it is going to ...

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Judicial System of Pakistan

By: Neelam Waseem Law and order are essential components of any civilized society. A country cannot progress or function with the implementation of a proper judicial system. Country like Pakistan is deprived of  such an effective and transparent judicial system that can punish the culprit irrespective of his power and authority and save the innocent. Unfortunately, legal system of Pakistan ...

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Status of working women in District Lasbela

By: Ejaz Magsi There is no training activity for women working in the factories in Balochistan, so their awareness of labor rights is only a dream. These working women, like other parts of the country are prone to sexual harassment and discrimination. The situation of public transport is very grim, though there are partitions, but often women feel uncomfortable while ...

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Carvan Balochistan-Part 1

By: Dost Jan Balochistan the province of hope, the province of nature, the province of resources, before the independence of Pakistan Balochistan existed on the world map. The chief commissioner of Balochistan immediately became part of Pakistan followed by the princely states of Makran, Kharan, Lasbela and the Khan of Kalat. They decided to accede to Pakistan in March 1948.  Balochistan ...

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Already approved 300MW Solar Power Plant still requires to be constructed in Balochistan

By: Engineer Saeed Jattak Balochistan, the most backward but largest province of Pakistan in terms of area needs development not through the documentation but in authenticity. The leaders of Balochistan have overlooked the basic energy requirement of this huge province in the utmost few years and never had planned to solve the issue by bringing in new technology alternately for reducing energy crisis constantly increased. The Balochistan’s nationalist and other ...

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Pakistani brand of democracy

By: Adv Syed Abdul Rasool  Democracy is undoubtedly a brilliant concept currently in practice in most parts of the world. It is, according to the best understanding and wisdom of the political scientists, the best political system that the world has ever devised for smooth governance and proper functioning of the state.  To the protagonists of democratic dispensation, democracy is ...

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A humble tribute to the vivid memory of the eminent scholar and researcher Dr. Nabi Bakhsh Khan Baloch  

By: Ayub Baloch. It was the occasion of deciding the ‘Life Achievement Award’ for the year 2005. The panel of judges comprised Mazer-ul-Haque Siddiqui, Dr. Farman Fatehpuri, Prof. Fateh Muhammad Malik, Ayaz Khan Daoodzai, Dr. Riaz Majeed, Madam Zatoon Bano, Nisar Aziz Butt and me, Ayub Baloch. The meeting was in progress at Academy of Letters, Islamabad and a number of highly deserving names ...

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Difficulties of young engineers in Balochistan

By: Engr Saeed Jattak Engineers are known as the key pillar of any developing nation not only in infrastructure but also in other fields. They have innovative solutions to increase the capability of country in various departments with their economical mind setup through technological growth with creative approach. The engineers are the only humans know the art of dealing with ...

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The alarming rise of pedophilia in Pakistan

 By: Adv Syed Abdul Rasool Following the horrific incident of six year old Zainab who was abducted, deflowered and brutally strangled to death; many other similar incidents are being reported by media almost every day. It suggests that pedophilia is increasing at an exponential rate in our society. It is quite disgusting and the moment of a great shame for ...

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Child abuse: Scene behind the scene

By: Maemuna Sadaf Child abuse is a wide spread frightening phenomenon. In Pakistan, this phenomenon has terrorized parents, mainly after the death of an eight year old girl in Kasur. Murder of Zainab and later killing of two protesters by police are not an ordinary case of abuse and murder. The girl was shoddily tortured. Investigations are continued and the ...

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