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The Folk Heritage Museum

By: Hanif Dilmurad Lok Virsa Museum also known as Heritage Museum is located in Islamabad. It is run by the National Institute of Folk & Traditional Heritage. The Museum presents cultural heritage and life of people in Pakistan. The life and culture of different people are exhibited here in statues, pictures, pottery, music and textile work from different parts of ...

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Quetta bleeds again

By: Sana Samad Once again Quetta became the victim of a terror attack. This time the target was Police Training College. 62 people were killed and around 140 wounded. Once the young cadets had completed their training, they were sent to their home towns but all of a sudden they called back. Now the question rises, why were they called ...

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The Blood Shed of Innocents in Quetta

Once again the eyes turned wet, fathers once again lost their shoulders and hopes of mothers once again seem darkened, when the news spread like a wild fire that Quetta once again hit the nook of terror. The gun men entered the police training centre where the cadets without any imagination ofany incidence were gunned down for no reason. The ...

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Poverty in Balochistan

By: Munaj Baloch I am not wrong to mention that Balochistan being the rich in resources province of Pakistan still facing the life taking diseases or problems, because in Balochistan we are lacking the sense of humanity. According to the geological survey of Pakistan, out of 50 minerals extracted nationally, 40 are obtained from Balochistan. The province has more than ...

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Gwadar Youth Forum Conducted the First Ever “Educational Jirga”

By: Mariyam Suleman Gwadar: Gwadar Youth Forum (GYF) conducted the first ever “Educational Jirga” in the history of the coastal city this Saturday in Syed Zahoor Shah Hashmi Auditorium. A large number of youth, specially high school and college students and teachers attended the event where as the Chief guests were the Chairman of Gwadar Port Authority Dostain Khan Jamaldini, ...

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Herronk: A Deprived Village of Balochistan

By: Mehraj Altaf Herronk, a village near Turbat city is going through different phases of deprivation day by day due to some issues which have not been significantly identified yet. The total population of Herronk is approximately five thousand. Availability of resources for such a little population should not have been an issue. However, similar to many other localities of ...

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The horrendous acts of Honour killing

By: Sana Samad Honour killing is considered a crime almost occurring in developing and undeveloped countries. In last few years Pakistan has brought much improvement but failed to resolve some deadly crimes, and honour killing is one of them. It is, mainly, being practiced in rural areas of Pakistan. Earlier this month around 5 women have been the victim of ...

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Clipped Wings: Exploring the lives of Young Girls in Kulach

By: Mariyam Suleman During the hot and humid summer of 2013, I had the opportunity to visit my native village of “Beelar, Kulach” roughly 85 kilometers from Gwadar. Right after ten kilometers from Gwadar city-center, one would find nothing but barren plains, arid road sides, sandy winds and an open sky that somehow flows in my eyes with light clouds ...

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The Broken Wing

By: Aurang Zaib Human Society is like a bird with two striking wings which make the bird to look beautiful. Respectively the wings of a human society are male and female who make the society beautiful and contribute to meet the society with progress, innovation and development. Therefore, one of the most primary reasons of the economic crises and institutional ...

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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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