Opinion

The notion of “Cancer ~death, no longer”, doesn’t seem acceptable in Balochistan

By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch The growing numbers of cancer patients’ along with the responsibilities of government authorities in Balochistan are also increasing the tasks of volunteers and journalists in Balochistan. Most of the patients of different ages belong to poor families who are unable to bear the cost of life saving treatment. The recent past has witnessed that volunteers and ...

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Cancer day steps and Balochistan

By: Saeed Yousuf World Cancer Day is an international day marked on February 4 to raise awareness on cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment. World Cancer Day was founded by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) to support the goals of the World Cancer Declaration, written in 2008. The primary goal of the World Cancer Day ...

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Rehan Rind’s Message: A Cancer hospital in Balochistan

By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch Rehan Rind, a 21 year-old student from Khuzdar, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)  in July 2016. ALL is a type of blood cancer which causes blood-division disorder. After initial medical tests he was admitted in Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH), where Rs 5 million was required for his life saving treatment. The payment of treatment ...

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Cancer Mortality in Pakistan

By: Sana Samad Cancer is called the most deadly disease in the world including Pakistan, where millions of people are dying. According to World Cancer Report, in a year nearly 10 million people are infected by cancer and in 2020, the cancer patients will be 16 million and from them half of people will die. In Pakistan each year, more than ...

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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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Balochistan’s Special Economic Zones; a correct decision

By: Siddiq Baluch Karachi: The Provincial Government had announced to create special economic zones giving a big boost to pace of economic development. For it, economic zone authority is being created and consultant for the purpose is being appointed. It is a welcome decision to create economic zones in many parts of Balochistan. Hopefully, international aid agencies and the world community ...

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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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Education crisis in Balochistan

By: Munaj Gul Muhammad Balochistan which is the well to do province of Pakistan is facing plenty of loathsome problems and where the people are not getting their basic rights and need. If we talk about the education system of Balochistan then we will be astonished and very disappointed. Balochistan despite being the richest province of Pakistan is facing education problems ...

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The Opaque Nation

By: Syed Aurang Zaib Countries who have realized the importance of each community in the role of national development and facilitated them to contribute and meet their basic needs have achieved a stable position in the world. In the present world where countries carry numerous ethnicity, sects, religions and other minorities run on the fundamental rule of nature equality. The ...

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Book Review: IF I STAY

By: Awais Bahar What really roots the true beauty of a novel, what drops the least emotions of expectations to the freeze desire when your eyes don not leave the texts, and what transports the gravity to the pace of spirits. That would be with zero doubt “IF I STAY” written by an award winning internationally bestselling author Gayle Forman, ...

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