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Letter: Avoiding harassment through gender studies

There can be many other major and minor root causes of barbaric attack on women’s identities but whatever girls are encountering in educational institutions is an obvious dilemma of males, not knowing the ethical, socio-culture and religious principles on females’ identity. Therein, the educational academies the dichotomy of equality-differences are often hierarchies in obscure side of unlikeness. That can lead to ...

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Letter: University of Balochistan Scandal

This refers to the recent scandal of blackmailing and harassment in UOB. The scandal was unveiled by FIA on the request of Balochistan high court. Soon after this, the news was on the air across the country. Sources revealed that this harassment was continued over a longer period of time. Various means were adopted for harassment, among these, most notable ...

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Letter: No library for girls in Turbat

There is no blinking at the fact that libraries have a great role leading a nation towards development and peace. Libraries the healthiest signs for the betterment of a nation but it hurts to find no any library for girls in Turbat which indicates that there is no any value of girls’ education.  We should not ignore the fact that ...

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Letter: World Water Day

It is a well-known fact that water is too precious for human beings. It is the need of every one and no one can live without it. Because of fresh water people are enjoying their lives and in complete world 2.5 percent of water is fresh. 22 March is being celebrated as WATER DAY globally. This day reminds us for ...

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Letter: Lack of teachers and school rooms at Rekh Kaheerin’s primary school

Rekh Kaheerin is a small village of sub tehsil Ball Nigwar. It is 90 kilometers away from Turbat, whereas, 500 people are residing with many difficulties and hardships. Since, the primary school of the area consist of one room and a teacher, as a result, students are compelled to sit under the hut to study. The lives of students become miserable ...

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Letter: The miserable condition of  Hub Public Library

No doubt, libraries are vital for students; libraries provide opportunities to the them to have access to the books. Also they provide calm and tranquil atmosphere to them. Libraries are extremely important in a city, where students can calmly study without any distraction or disturbance. For the last few years “Hub City Public Library” is in miserable condition, and it ...

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Letter: Shortage of water in Balochistan

There is no denying the fact, water is very essential for living organisms. As, all and sundry needs water for survival but unfortunately, the dearth of water has become a big  issue for the people of Balochistan. Though Balochistan is full of natural resources like, gold, copper, marble and gas yet the masses are thirsty for a drop of water. According ...

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 Letter: Need for Cleanliness

Shortage of sanitation within this country, Pakistan, is a dominant problem. Littering the country with junk substances results in crucial factors which wreak havoc on its people and surroundings. We see right and left across the country conspicuously the sanitation system is almost equivalent to unavailability. People throw their household junks along with every rubbish substance carelessly around their houses ...

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Letter: Unemployment

Unemployment results in several serious damages to the estates. In addition, it creates disappointments and distresses inside people when they are not provided employees in their countries. Now, if they are distressed and frustrated, either they rise up against their country for their rights and privileges, or indulge themselves in gross and evil deeds such as gambling, drinking wine, stealing ...

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Letter: Donations for cancer patient Hammal Akbar

The appreciated volunteers have started a campaign to collect donations for a thirteen years old Hammal Akbar who is suffering from blood cancer and currently admitted in Agha Khan Hospital Karachi. The estimated amount for his treatment is four to six million which is affordable amount for his family. The affected patient’s family already belongs to a poor family which ...

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