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Panjgur Needs a University

By: Afsa Hidayat Jaam (Zehri) Panjgur is a vast region sharing border with the neighboring country Iran. Education system in Panjgur district is really having a bad state at the moment. The main and biggest issues of Panjgur district is lack of modern educational instructions. There is only one-degree college for girls and boys with separate campuses but no teachers are available ...

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Sherani teachers call-off token strike on ‘Salam Teachers’ Day’

 By: Rafiullah Mandokhail ZHOB: Government Teachers Association (GTA) Sherani after a successful meeting with Deputy Commissioner Abdul Khaliq Mandokhail and District Education Officer Sheikh Haji Musa Khan Mandokhail called-off their week-long token strike on Friday as ‘Salam Teachers’ Day’ was observer across the country. DC Mandokhail assured the teachers that he will take steps to resolve their issues. An office bearer ...

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World Teacher’s Day

By: Sami Parvez   Every year on October 5th World Teacher’s Day is celebrated around the world.  On this day, everyone pays a true or a rich tribute to their teacher’s for their astonishing efforts on achieving their goals.  As well, students say thanks to their teachers for their great hard work, and devotion for educating and inspiring them. Teachers ...

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Thank you, Teachers!

By: Ali Jan Maqsood Teachers’ day, celebrated once in a year on 5th of October, is considered an honor and respect for the teachers all around the globe. Their approach in making happened a significant revolution in individuals of a society is worth appreciating. That, too, takes a nation to the highest peak of success. Unfortunately, we relate to a ...

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Justice (retd) Yaseenzai nominated as Balochistan governor

ISLAMABAD: Justice (retired) Amanullah Khan Yasinzai has been appointed Governor Balochistan. According to the details  President Arif Alvi, on the advice of Prime Minister Imran Khan, appointed Justice Amanullah Khan as Governor Balochistan. Amanullah Khan Yasinzai was born in 1954 in Quetta and completed his Bachelors’ and Master’s degree from Lahore and started his law practice in 1981. He was ...

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How Local Businesses Can Benefit from Online Shopping!

By: Muhammad Zulfiqar E-commerce is a perk for both the brick-and-mortar shops and an online store. There’s a lot that the Internet is treating the businesses with, and the pleasures are gonna increase with the passage of time. As a startup, a businessman faces a lot of challenges from obtaining capital to a lack of sufficient budget. However, the e-commerce ...

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Editorial: Water scarcity in Balochistan

In the recent meeting of the Senate standing committee on water resources chaired by Senator Shamim Afridi deliberated over issues of water scarcity particularly in Sindh and Balochistan. Grand Democratic Alliance’s (GDA) leader Senator Muzaffar Hussain Shah was of the view that Sindh has incurred 31 percent of agricultural losses due to water scarcity in the province.  He stressed on ...

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Pashtoons express love, affection for history, tradition on Int Culture Day

By: Rafiullah Mandokhail ZHOB: International Pashtoon Culture Day celebrated here in Zhob and other Pashtoon dominated districts of Balochistan province. Nationalist parties, literary and culture organizations and social activists arranged musical programs and cultural shows to mark the day and highlight the centuries old Pashtoons’ history and their rich culture. Children were wearing brightly colored and embroidered dresses. The youngsters ...

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Letter: Lack of teachers at Govt Girls Degree College Turbat

Government Girls Degree College is the only source for the female students of Turbat to get education in their own city but unfortunately there are not enough and present teachers for different subjects. The absence of teachers has caused a number hurdles for students.  No doubt, every student comes here for learning but it gives me pain to mention that ...

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The Zero Hunger Goal and Malnutrition in Balochistan

By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch Kaleemullah, 35, has frequent visits to Basic Health Unit Iskalkoo these days with his  two and half years old boy Abdul Rauf, who doctors say is malnourished, to get checked and receive the prescribed Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF), the Plumpy’Nut specifically designed to treat acute malnutrition without complications.  However, he returns his home hopelessly, when he ...

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