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Universal Children’s Day and violence against children in Pakistan

By: Sana Samad The United Nation’s Universal Children’s Day was established in 1954. It is observed on November 20th each year for the promotion of international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide and improving children’s welfare. This year the UN announced the theme of the day which is “Stop Violence against Children “. According to UN that the children are continuously ...

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Lack of facilities and doctors create difficulties for patients at Civil Hospital Turbat

By: Sana Samad TURBAT: Civil hospital Turbat is the only governmental hospital in the city but it is having several problems. Every day, hundreds of people visit the hospital but most of them are deprived of facilities to have for better treatment. These patients belong to poor families and come from the rural areas of Turbat, traveling a long distance. ...

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Woes of Children in Balochistan

By: Sana Samad Undoubtedly, education leads toward development but it is unfortunate that the Baloch children are deprived of their fundamental right of education. Instead of going to school, they work in different places to survive. It is estimated that nearly 66 percent of Balochistan’s children do not attend schedule. The Advisor to the Chief Minister Balochistan on Education Sardar ...

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Remembering the Rural Women of Balochistan on International Rural Women’s Day

By: Sana Samad International Day of Rural Women is celebrated each year on October 15 in worldwide including Pakistan to raise awareness about the role of rural females who have an important role in developing the society and its economy. Educated women play essential role for the prosperity of any nation but the dilemma here is that rural women in ...

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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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World Water Day and Gwadar

By: Sana Samad   World Water Day is celebrated each year on March 22, across the world to ensure that everyone has water to drink. The day is also celebrated in Pakistan to provide water to those who are lacking water. Unfortunately, the day is celebrated but no one acts upon these and concerned authorities are silent, as one of ...

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DELTA: The change agent in Turbat

By: Sana Samad Dynamic English Language Teaching Academy (DELTA) is known as one of the well known institutions in Balochistan which is recognized as a cheating free school. Barkat Ismail Baloch established The DELTA institution in June 2001, with the motto as the change agent “to create an educational environment in Turbat as well as in entire Balochistan. The founder ...

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Neglecting female education in Balochistan

By: Sana Samad In last few years, the female literacy rate has increased in the country but instead of growing it is opposite in Balochistan. The literacy rate of female in Balochistan has decreased rapidly just due to not getting any attention from government. Balochistan is the most backward province in every regard. The female are not encouraged to get ...

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Water pollution: The main environmental issues in Balochistan

By: Sana Samad Water pollution is creating major threats to the public health. Pakistan is included among the most dangerous countries where people do not have access to safe water. It ranks at 80th number among 122 countries in the world. Most of the citizens still do not have water to drink. The people are compelled to buy toxic water ...

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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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