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Students leading scientific innovations at Gwadar’s First Science Festival

Gwadar: Gwadar’s largest one-day science festival for school-children kicked off on Saturday at Government Model High School, to ignite a spark for science and discovery among students in the region, and to promote better quality of learning available in government schools. The festival was organized by Deputy Commissioner Gwadar Dawood Ahmad Khilji, Education Department Gwadar, District Government, Bamsaar, Gwadar Association of Professionals, ...

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Letter: Save Our Youngsters

Recently I conducted a research in Gwadar city on petal nuts (which is commonly known as chalia). According to the results of the research, in one day 150 Dozens and in one year 55, 800 Dozens of petal nuts are sold only in Gwadar city. The same year the annual book festival was conducted by RCDC (Rural Community Development Council) ...

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Gwadar’s Unending Water Crisis 

ZN Baloch Gwadar the emerging port city of Pakistan it is now in the spotlight because of the CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor) but it is a pity that even with so much attention Gwadar has recently received, Gwadar city is facing a growing water crisis, leaving 100,000 people with no access to water. The inhabitants are compelled to pay ...

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Khosa Goth Kun Bela City Without a Proper Primary Boys School

  MB Khosa Despite being the city union, Khosa Goth Kun Bela City is deprived of a proper primary school for boys. The boys Primary School has countless missing facilities for instance; electricity, boundary walls, toilets and access of drinking water. It has a broken ceiling which can fall anytime on the students. More than 67 children from the village are studying ...

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Young Scientists of Gwadar Showcase Innovative Models at Gwadar Science Festival

By: Suleman Hashim Gwadar’s first ever one-day Science Festival enthralled people from all over Balochistan as well as people from other provinces on Saturday at Model High School Gwadar. The festival was organized by Education Department Gwadar, Gwadar Association of Professional Education, Deputy Commissioner Gwadar, District Government Gwadar, Hameed Honda, Pakistan Alliance of Math and Science and Bamsar. Different high ...

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Balochistan: Basic Rights Concern People not Senate Chairmanship

By: Syed Junaid Shah The most neglected province of the country is being galvanized by trespassers again. The whole dynamics depict that Balochistan is at the centre of every political equation in country and is dominating everyday headlines. Politicians, bureaucrats and the civil-military leadership are preparing to redress the wrongs, done to this province. But, the question arises, are the ...

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Child Marriages Threaten Lives and Rights of Girls in Balochistan

By: Munaj Gul Mohammad Our world today believes in the Sustainable Development Goals and their promise to create progress that will improve lives across the world. But when every year young girls are married off, they are ultimately locked away from a better life. Young girls in Balochistan are no exception. Some with great dreams of future and some too ...

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Letter: Lengthy Curriculum Disrupting Public Education in Balochistan

A common trend that has disrupted the education in public schools and colleges across Balochistan is; having lengthy curriculum. In most cases, due to limited time and resources, teachers are unable to complete the course on time. As a result, students suffer in exams when they are unable to answer certain questions from parts of the curriculum they were not ...

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Endangered Houbara Bustard Likely to Become Extinct Due to Hunting

By: Zeeshan Nasir The Houbara Bustards which is also known as Mac Queen’s Bustard or Asian Bustard is commonly known all over the world especially in Pakistan, where it has already been placed in the endangered species list. The Supreme Court of Pakistan struck down a permanent ban on the hunting of Houbara Bustards especially for Arabs in the past ...

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Letter: Restrictions in Girls’ education

Nearly in every city girls are getting greater remarks than the boys in term of education. But the talent of the girls is being vanished by stopping them for getting higher education. Most of the girls in Turbat, after passing their matriculation or intermediate, full stop their education because of multiple reasons. The first reason is this that most of ...

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