Opinion

Pakistan Suffers Worst CSS Exam Result in History As 98% Aspirants Fail

By S.K Pakistan The Central Superior Services of Pakistan, better known shorthand as CSS, is hands down the most difficult competitive examination format in the country. The platform that produces the creme de la creme of Pakistan, the bureaucracy. Every year, thousands of Superior aspirants from all over the country apply for the CSS exams in a bid to change ...

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The scared allies

By: Aurang Zaib Balochistan remained a homeland of Pashtuns and Balochs for a long period of time. Pashtuns and Balochs fought many war together to defeat any rivals seemed treacherous to their homeland. After the “Kalat treaty” both tribes developed a more concise and beneficial relationship that played a vital role in enhancing their social economic and political history. Unfortunately ...

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Balochistan: Insufficient facilities in Health Sector

 By: Sana Samad It has been a long time that Balochistan government is not provided high funds for the hospitals of Balochistan. During the Mushraf government around 20 million were given to establish a laboratory in Quetta for the purpose to check the patients properly. They also focused on improving drug sector and reducing the widespread prevalence of communicable diseases. ...

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Blood cancer: Main cause of death in children

By: Sana Samad Child leukemia, Acute Lymphoblast Leukemia (ALL) or simply blood cancer has been one of the deadly disease among children in Pakistan. Though Pakistan is not only country affected from blood cancer, the developing and developed countries are facing the same problems, but the situation in Pakistan is more deteriorated as compare to other countries. The researchers have ...

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Long hours load shedding in Balochistan

Source: Pakistan Today

By: Sana Samad The richest province of Pakistan, Balochistan is the biggest victim of load shedding. People are continuously suffering from long hours of load shedding. The issue is growing highly, and situation is being deteriorated day by day. The long hours of power cut is continue in summer heat as well. During the summer people become unconscious because of ...

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Remembering Rehan Rind Baloch

By: Sana Samad Rehan Rind, a 21 year old Baloch student and writer from Khuzdar passed away on Tuesday morning while battling with cancer at Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH). Rehan was suffering from blood cancer, and was under treatment around for a month. The doctors had demanded more than 5 million to treat Rehan to save his life. Rehan ...

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Qilla Abdullah: The Poorest and Most Backward District of Balochistan

By: Mobashar Ahmed Qilla Abdullah lies in the foothills of Shela Bagh mountain range. Bordered by Quetta district in the south, Pishin district in the east and by Afghanistan in the west. It was separated from Pishin district and made a new district in 1993. The district has two sub-divisions namely Chaman and Gulistan. A shelter district to millions of ...

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The poor educational system in Balochistan

Munaj Gul Muhammad Balochistan is the largest and well-off province in Pakistan. Unluckily, the government is not paying any attention towards the educational betterment and health improvement which are the rudimentary needful for a province. Apart from this, Baloch youths are deprived of the meat-and-potatoes opportunities for gaining a majestic education and most of the schools are broken where there ...

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No progress on NAP in Balochistan

By Tariq Butt Islambabd: There has been little or no progress on a Balochistan-specific vital point of the counterterrorism National Action Plan (NAP). Point 17 of the NAP says the Balochistan government will be “fully empowered for political reconciliation with complete ownership by all stakeholders”. The comprehensive details of implementation of the NAP points projected by the federal government are ...

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The effects of drought 2005 on Baluchistan

Asad Khan Kakar Baluchistan consists of hilly areas. The inhabitants of these hilly areas are dependent on income sources i.e. agriculture and livestock. Most areas of Baluchistan province are pre-industrial from ancient times. Here the people prefer these both methods well for spending lives. The land of Baluchistan is highly fertile and very suitable for these sources. The inhabitants of ...

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