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Strategic Stability Of South Asia In The Backdrop Of Nuclear Capabilities

Strategic Stability Of South Asia In The Backdrop Of Nuclear Capabilities

Naqeebulluah Achakzai South Asian region is home to well over one fifth of the world’s population, making it both the most populous and the most densely populated geographical region in the world. Comprising of Maldives, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh and two arch rivals—India and Pakistan with nuclear capabilities. The region of South Asia has been vulnerable to Indian aggressive ...

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Business Of Private Schools And Academies

Business Of Private Schools And Academies

Ghulam Ali Bugti In small urban centers of Balochistan, private schools can be found every next door. Most of such schools are not registered and being run by under graduate people such as matriculates. Such educators run schools in morning time and in evening time they run their tuition academies. They have no teaching experience and use this noble profession ...

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Zikris Under Attack In Balochistan

Zikris Under Attack In Balochistan

Saher Baloch AWARAN: There is complete silence around the Khana-i-Zikr in Teertej, Awaran, on a cloudy afternoon last week. The fresh paint on the structure of the praying area makes it stand out among the straw and mud-houses scattered across it. A woman, Naz Zaitoon, sweeps the main entrance leading towards the Khana-i-Zikr with her two young daughters in tow. ...

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Death Penalty In Pakistan

Death Penalty In Pakistan

Baloch Khan Death penalty or capital punishment is a deterrent kind of punishment. In  theory Capital punishment is  both passionate and passionless into some extent legally as well emotionally upheld. Throughout the world history this punishment has been hated, assailed and criticized by nearly all nations of the world. The punishment is enforced both in democratic as well as autocratic ...

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Child Labor – A Menace For Society

Child Labor – A Menace For Society

Zahir Barketullah Aspirations, dreams and wishes have no meaning. Hope has never grown and imagination is killed at a very early stage. Having been forced and pressed to produce a living for themselves and for their families, the tiny little hands struggling in sustaining the living of their family who would work very hard in making both ends meet. These ...

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Open Letter To Dr Abdul Malik Baloch

Open Letter To Dr Abdul Malik Baloch

Usman Raza Jamil With reference to your press conference of December 11 and subsequent news reports whereby you had categorically denied that no ‘deal’ was being struck with Tethyan Copper Company (TCC) or any foreign company by the government of Balochistan on the future of Reko Diq copper and gold reserves, the following questions relating to the single largest natural ...

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Journalism Education In Balochistan: A Critical Analysis

Journalism Education In Balochistan: A Critical Analysis

Zakir Qadir Shams Balochistan media only focuses on “he said, she said” which can be simply called “Munshi Giri” or flattering. There is no focus on social aspect of issues demanding accountability in the public interest. Most of the journalists in the province are less-qualified, inexperienced and not trained. The working journalists who have received an academic education in journalism ...

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Development Work Has Paralyzed In Balochistan Due To Disagreement On Appoint Of Additional Chief Secretary

Development Work Has Paralyzed In Balochistan Due To Disagreement On Appoint Of Additional Chief Secretary

QUETTA: According to a report published din a local newspaper, there is disagreement over the appointment of new Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) for Planning and Development (P&D). Former ACS, Ali Zahir Hazara retired recently and since then government has not been able to appoint a new ACS. As a result all the development work in the provinces stays suspended till ...

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Mourning Another Tragedy

Mourning Another Tragedy

Zafarullah Barech Yesterday’s tragedy compelled me to write for the flowers of Pakistan. School auditorium and student’s uniform drenched with red on December 16th, the blossom flowers, their hopes, smiles, lovely and laughter conversations turned droopy. Some were set to ablaze. The little kids who have no cognizance to slew issues, terrorists, militants or anti-state rebellions, were targeted merely as ...

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NTS Test Fee And Indifference Of Balochistan Government

NTS Test Fee And Indifference Of Balochistan Government

Zafarullah Barech Clear and distinct voices of deprived masses, calling out competent authorities via different reliable sources, to reduce the fee of National Testing Service (NTS) fee in vacancies of education department of Balochistan. Albeit, many articles published in print media, applications submitted to Chief Minister and other bureaucratic incumbents and press conferences held in this regard to no notice ...

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