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Potentially stabled Balochistan…!

By: Ali Jan Maqsood Balochistan is the centre of discussion in Pakistan these days for the priceless territory owned with numerous ongoing businesses such as CPEC and Reko Diq. Besides it, the province possesses the natural resources in shape of coal and mining and the natural gases. With uncountable resources gifted from the nature to the Baloch, the province is ...

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Letter: Drought in Balochistan

Balochistan, which is the largest province of Pakistan in terms of area and it covers 44% of Pakistan, is encompassed by drought. Drought is one of the major challenges which is being faced by Balochistan province of Pakistan. Balochistan has been experiencing the worst drought for many years.   The main reason of drought in Balochistan is the deficiency of ...

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BS program in Govt Degree College Kalat at stake  

By: Imdad Baloch Man traveling for billions of years through the history has come to this conclusion that education is the only source that can bring about all sorts of development be political, social, economic, environmental or intellectual one. Apex of development in the world is the practical example of the notion that man through the education and science has ...

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Killer Roads in Balochistan

By: Muhammad Sabir Shahwani Transportation is the movement of people and goods from one place to another through different modes; such as roads, railways, airways, waterways and pipeways. Road transport is the dominant among all and carries the highest percentage of people and goods transport. Roads establish an imperative contribution to the development of a nation in terms of economic, ...

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Higher Education system requires to be improved as per international standard

By: Engineer Saeed Jattak Education is one of the foremost necessary symptoms of development in any sector. The powerful countries are identified with their educational control. It is education that transmits illumination in dark horrible conditions that allow to think and shape someone’s thoughts in creative and innovative ways. The quality of education may bring many revolutionary changes in the ...

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Book Review: Hani and engagement with birth

By: Ali Jan Maqsood Hani, a Balochi book, written by Zahir Deedar describes the dilemmatic realm of most of the newly born babies who get engaged with their birth. The book is based on Baloch society and the wrong customs we make in our society for women. The writer began the story with two friends Mazar and Meeran. After one ...

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Poverty-hit area with hundreds out of school children, unnoticed disables

 By: Rafiullah Mandokhail ZHOB: “In union council Tang Sar hundreds of children do not go to school besides dozens other unnoticed disable living in the extremely poor hilly area.” This was reveled in a recent survey conducted by Balochistan Rural Support Program under its Brace program in the district. Surrounded by dry mountains the union council Tang Sar of sensitive Murgha ...

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Letter: Chinese Language compulsory but why not Balochi?

The government of Balochistan is considering to make the Chinese language compulsory in metric level and implemented plans_ firstly to launch the programme in Gwadar’s educational institutions later in the entire province. The China funds its language education programme and Chinese experts who know Urdu would get hand-in-hand for its promotion as a compulsory subject in Balochistan. In fact, learning ...

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Quality journalism needs to be encouraged in Balochistan

By: Engineer Saeed Jattak It is really tough to aware people without any internal or external medium within country or across the border. The Balochistan has many different areas to work on and to spread the light of awareness with highlighting the rare troubles in national and international media.  It really desires some dedication to be done. The Agahi Awards ...

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Houbara Bustard: an endangered bird in Pakistan

By: Zeeshan Nasir As the Houbara Bustards have started to migrate from the central Asian Countries in the chilled winter season to the deserts of Balochistan, Sindh, KPk and Punjab, the Arab shiekhs with their entourage have too started arriving in different areas of Pakistan to hunt the endangered bird. Indubitably, these Arabs arrived here in the early 1970s who included ...

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