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Education crisis in Balochistan

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

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

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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Media: The psychological reason behind disappointment and silence at Baluchistan

Media: The psychological reason behind disappointment and silence at Baluchistan

By: Asad Kakar Media is the source of expression for the public opinion regarding state and its circumstances. Media freedom has been the sign of well democratic states in the history but Pakistan is ranked 159th in the world regarding it.    Psychologists explain that the  people who are fit and psychologically well, they  express themselves regarding any public issue, ...

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The ghettoized part

The ghettoized part

By: Syed Aurang Zaib Institutions make a society run and have very obvious effects on the overall performance and stability of any country. One of the major issues that Pakistan carries is the institutional uncertainty and nauseating shift in balance of power, in Pakistan, Institutions are systematically made segregated in order to run rigorously. For instance, the daily corruption rate ...

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Gwadar: Lives and livelihood of local Fishermen in Jeopardy

Gwadar: Lives and livelihood of local Fishermen in Jeopardy

By: Mariyam Suleman  Fishermen sat on strike in front of the Municipal Committee Office Jivani, district Gwadar while their families waited for the day’s meal. In Gwadar, for more than 70% local residents fishery is the basic source of income. “You catch fish on daily basis and then sell them in the local market. Most fish is sold to dealers ...

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Malnutrition threatening lives in Balochistan

Malnutrition threatening lives  in Balochistan

By:  Sana Samad Balochistan is suffering from the risk of malnutrition which is causing deaths among children and women belonging to socially marginalized groups in the province. In 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared emergency in Balochistan in view of the indicators of Global Acute Malnutrition.  According to United Nation Children Fund  (UNICEF) that 16 percent of the children ...

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Five places you must visit in Pakistan in 2017

Five places you must visit in Pakistan in 2017

By: Aliza Razvi  Karachi: Pakistan should be on everyone’s tourist destination for 2017; but what if you already live there? Then perhaps you should consider visiting these five must visit places for the new year. In a country of mughals and mountains, wild frontiers and scattered ruins you will be amazed at the beauty you can find. Lamudi presents the ...

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Balochistan 2016 Year End Review: Hundreds of People Killed in Terrorist Attacks

Balochistan 2016 Year End Review: Hundreds of People Killed in Terrorist Attacks

By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch  Despite all claims of improved law and order situation in 2016, it proved itself a worst year regarding poor rule of law in Balochistan.  Balochistan again lost hundreds of precious human lives just because of security lapse. Once again the claims of Nawaz government were rebuffed by themselves. The burning Balochistan remained same as it used ...

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The Neglected fisher folk of Gwadar

The Neglected fisher folk of Gwadar

By: Javed Siddique When I was in my native village Pishukan, a town nearby Gwadar city, I was curious to know the views of native fisher folk on their miseries and the role of government. I put questioned some old age and experienced persons of this community. Ibrahim Omar, 70, answered questions about his profession and difficulties they were facing. ...

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