Opinion

Change The Nation Through Education

Shah Meer Education is a process which brings positive change in oneself. Acquiring a degree does not make a person educated until he is improved with positive change. Unfortunately, we have kept aside ourselves from this change. We have succeeded in the field of nuclear weapons and proudly claim to have the Islamic Bomb but still are not adequately armed with the ...

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BPSC Should Review Application Procedure

Raza Baloch Hopes of students from under-privileged sections of society lean upon competitive exams in Pakistan. It remains a dream for farmers, labors and middle-class, without political background, to have their offspring toil hard and get through commissioned examination for distinguished positions. The official websites of Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC), Balochistan Public Service Commission (BPSC), and National Testing Service ...

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Why Do The National Media Ignore Balochistan?

Adnan Aamir Balochistan, the most deprived province of Pakistan is ignored by federal government, different federally controlled organizations and also the mainstream national media of Pakistan. News channels, national newspapers in Urdu and English ignore it like it’s not a part of Pakistan. In the current age, being ignored in mainstream media is aggravating the plight of the province. There ...

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Globalization And Neo-Liberalism

Sheikh Naqeebullah Background and Genesis “Globalization”, if to be understood from post-modernist’s lens, is not much distinct in nuance to “Colonization”, and bears a very comprehendible interpretation that is “Inter-Dependence” among states over the globe. An academic insight by “Postmodernists” and “Neo-Marxists” was to deconstruct the “Discourse” of Globalization, a very nascent phenomenon, and trace the legacy of colonization. We ...

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Balochistan: Reality Of Educational Emergency

Shehbaz Azam Khetran Balochistan is a deprived province where every government departments is in doldrums including the department of education. Incumbent government of Balochistan has imposed educational emergency in province. Unfortunately, the facts and figures tell a different story altogether. According to the Alif Alan District Education Ranking 2015 the education score of Balochistan is just 55.99% with provincial ranking ...

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Right To Know

Abid Shaizad Every human being, whether belongs from an urban or rural area, from Punjab or Kharan has the right to know. There are no bounds and rules that prohibit or disallow someone to know something. Man should be curious and quench thirst of knowing something. Today, most of the people don’t know the worth of their vote and its ...

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Nazism And Contemporary Democracy: Two Names Same Ideology

Haroon Shah David Irving, the writer of Hitler’s Wars, faced deportation from Australia because he tried to counter the mainstream narrative: Hitler, authoritarian and anti-Semitic, was the sole architect behind the pogroms and carnages targeted against Jews, named Holocaust. He denied this. It must be noted that it was the democratic setup of governmental system in Australia that manifested that ...

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Analysis Of Education In Balochistan

Aimal Salang As a Japanese scholar said; “If you want to keep a nation into the darkness of ignorance, then snatch the right of education from that nation.” It will be foolish to talk about education without defining it, which is unclear in Balochistan and people remain confused without knowing the purpose of education. Alongside, a serious question needs to ...

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The CPEC Controversy

Adnan Aamir On May 16, an all-parties conference (APC) was conducted under the auspices of the Awami National Party in Quetta. All the major political parties of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa attended the conference. The participants urged the restoration of the old (original) route of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). In the same conference, participants reiterated that they appreciated the ...

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The Missing Commotion For Minority Killings

Nadir Baloch The Attack on Ismaili Shias on May 13th added another to the long list of doomed days that we seem to have even lost count of. If each such day is dedicated for the remembrance of victims, we will have nothing else but to grieve all year long. According to Asian Terrorism Portal more than 20,000 persons have ...

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