Opinion

Balochistan’s Combined Competitive Exams: Can We Trust That BPSC Chairman Will At Last Ensure Fairness?

By: Shah Meer Baloch A few months ago, the Supreme Court of Pakistan declared the Combined Competitive Exam of 2013, conducted by the Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC), to be null and void. The court ordered the government to appoint a new chairman and members as they had resigned when the apex court took this suo motu action. The court ...

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Understanding Corruption, Panama Verdict and Public Celebration

By: Rafi Ullah Corruption is called the abuse and misuse of power, dishonest behavior and misconduct. There are various topologies of corruption including political corruption, administrative corruption, personal corruption and moral corruption. Every one of us is corrupt being implicated in any of the above categories. Eliminating corruption in political level does not mean that society is pristine and immaculate ...

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Horrific Quetta carnage and some underlying realities

By: Mohammad Ishaq Nasar “The devil’s disciples have descended on Balochistan with full force this year, their evil mechanization on naked display in the gory games being played within the region’s strategic depths “quoted former IG Police Balochistan Tariq Khosa. While a span of less than a year has yet to be lapsed when the “devil’s disciples” turned peaceful Quetta ...

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Musical Chairs of Governance

By: Suhail Mandukhel Tribalism-based governments in Balochistan have many things in common but the basic commonality is “party-shift”. Drastic change in parties’ position at helm, after every five-year, reflects the inconsistency of our rulers. So it will be fair to admit that Balochistan is the laboratory of bandied governmental power. Nonetheless, these rulers deliver a bit when they are jump-started ...

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Causes behind the PMAP fiasco in NA-260

By: Rafi Ullah NA-260 election result was a great shock to Pukhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PMAP). It was a thunder storm for the PMAP changing its position from victor to defeated one. What were the reasons behind this failure of PMAP. What lessons are disguised in this defeat for the PMAP and what should it require to do in future ...

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Ghulam Husain Showaz, as a Modern Classist

By: Anisa Manzoor  It is true that every literature has been represented  by their own taste and nature which are done by every others writers ,poets, translators  and any other way to show their literature same the case with Balochi literature where the great ,the most impressive writers poets translators and dramatist  who has given a great contribution to their ...

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Hub: Pathar Colony Rain Devastation and Responsible Elements

By: Ejaz Magsi Hub Chowki is thesil of district Lasbela, where more than 400 hundred factories are running as for providing employment to people, from these 400 hundred factories 200 are registered which in terms of employment providing job opportunities to local communities. Because of industries, the city is known to be an economic hub of Balochistan, and most of ...

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Cancer hospital in Balochistan

By: Sana Samad In last few decades, cancer has become one of the deadliest diseases, continuously killing thousands of people yearly worldwide. The International Agency of Research estimated that more than 41 million new cases of cancer have been reported with 8.2 million deaths in 2012. The disease is growing and in 2030, the deaths rates could reach to 13 ...

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Social Action: An absent Practice in Balochistan

By: Hammal Mir Social action is a process that is applied in every developed society and it is a systematic technique to go through the social problems and diagnose their drastic solution. It is an organized group method which is used to solve the problems under this process and public interest is motivated in this procedure or the public is ...

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Expensive coal and the plight of coal miners in Balochistan

By: Asif Qambrani Coal is the low-cost source of energy in all over the world, coal is also being used by developing and developed countries, but the usage differs country to country and region to region. Despite having other sources for energy and controversies on greenhouse gases though, coal is the second largest source for energy about eight billion tons ...

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