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Natural gas production in Balochistan

By Sher Jan Shohaz Balochistan produces 17% of natural gas and consumed only two percent.Balochistan, one of the four provinces of Pakistan, produces the largest share of natural gas in the country. The province lights all stoves countywide but unfortunately, itself lacks access to kindle its own. It is believed …

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Dengue in Turbat

These days the cases of dengue virus have been reported in Turbat and its spreading. Within the last three days, approximately 27 people have been infected by the virus. The most effected areas are Dr Colony, B&R Colony and Singanisar where most of the cases have been reported. Approximately, more …

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Balochistan survives the cataclysm of out of school children

By Sher Jan Shohaz The issue of out of school children is seemed a bigger threat than terrorism and insurgency to the country. It boasts the grievance and incognizance of our new generation by nurturing them rich to perform every related aspect of ignorance that results us face the deep …

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Gender Discrimination

By Waqas Gullab Despite the presence of equality laws all across the globe, women are treated unequally. In the world of technological advancement, the plague of gender discrimination remains. Gender discrimination not only lies in the underdeveloped countries but also prevails in the developed ones. It is sad to see …

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Are precognition and deja vu same? (Part 1)

By Rutaba People usually confuse precognition with deja vu as they seem to be same. However, there is a prominent difference between them. Precognition (from the Latin prae-, “before” and cognitio, “acquiring knowledge”), is defined as a foreknowledge of an event, especially as a form of extrasensory perception. Deja vu, …

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Balochistan education crisis prevails

By Zeeshan Nasir Balochistan’s education crisis still prevails it is in fact increased in place of decreasing. Despite knowing this fact, there is a whopping illiteracy rate, which has not only devastated the province but also our future-the youth. According to statistical data, 5.02 million girls and boys aging between …

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