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    Conserve water

    The water crisis in the country has alarmed everyone. Since our economy is agro-based, we have to come up with methods to ensure water conservation at... Read More

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    Mind your language

    The use of indecent language in the ongoing elections campaigns has disappointed a large number of people. Hurling baseless accusations at each other ... Read More

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    Without power

    This is to draw the attention of the Wapda authorities to the suffering of residents of Iqbal Town, Rawalpindi. Despite regular complaints, a defectiv... Read More

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    A surge in urea prices

    This is to clear the controversy that was sparked after the news relating to the surge in urea prices surfaced. In 2016, the government reduced urea p... Read More

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    Vote for me

    The election season is at its peak with political leaders leading their election campaigns with full force and rigour. The one thing which is common i... Read More

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    Rain delays

    The Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA) entrance test 2018, organised by Khyber Medical University (KMU) in Peshawar, was scheduled to be... Read More

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    Postponed

    Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan has postponed the BA/BSc exams and will conduct them on a date that has yet to be announced. The University of Pesh... Read More

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    Stuck in traffic

    Long gridlocks at Kacheri Chowk, Rawalpindi have now become a daily occurrence. Cars that travel along Jhelum Road to Katchery Chowk are badly affecte... Read More

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    Watch your language

    It is sad to witness Imran Khan getting carried away and calling people, who in their wisdom thought it appropriate to show solidarity with former PM ... Read More

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    No honour in killing

    Hundreds of women have been killed in our country in the name of ‘honour’. There is no justification for such practices. Women shouldn&rsq... Read More

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    What about the test?

    The tests that were conducted to fill the Tehsil Municipal Officer (TMO) post were laced with so many irregularities. The question paper was copied ve... Read More

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    Deprived of basic rights

    Residents of Larkana are deprived of basic necessities. The electricity crisis in the city has paralysed the lives of residents. In addition, heaps of... Read More

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    After the polls

    It is good to see that many political parties are taking an active part in election campaigns. Large banners with candidates’ pictures on it hav... Read More

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    Late departure

    This is to draw the attention of the KP authorities to the issue of Gomal University’s transport system. While students of almost all the depart... Read More

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    What?s on TV?

    The media is an essential mode of communication, and a judicious media conveys political narratives to people so that they can form unbiased opinions.... Read More

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    Stand firm

    The MMA, a conglomerate of six Islamic groups, was formed in 2002, and from its formation it has been restored many times. It formed its government in... Read More

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    Reality check

    Heaps of garbage near a hospital in Model Town, Lahore is an environmental threat. The revolting stench that comes from the garbage makes it impossibl... Read More

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    Act now

    The PPP and the PML-N have always remained strong contenders during the elections. But it is pitiful that both of them miserably failed in delivering ... Read More

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    No to child marriages

    Bringing an end to the practice of child marriage is one of the sustainable development goals of the UN. To achieve the targeted pace of development, ... Read More

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    Digital boards

    Unlike other cities, Larkana is far behind in terms of education. Beside other technological inventions, digital boards have been introduced in educat... Read More

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    Vote wisely

    This refers to the letter ‘Actions speak louder’ (July 13) by Hira Kiran. The writer has rightly said that politicians need to deliver on ... Read More

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    Lights out

    This is to draw the attention of the Wapda authorities to the prolonged power outages. It has been noticed that even minor faults would lead to the po... Read More

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    Animal care

    The shortage of medicines at animal hospitals in Turbat poses serious problems for people. Recently, I took my goat to the only animal hospital in the... Read More

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    Roads are blocked

    It is a common sight to see the authorities blocking roads for public until the convoy of higher officials is passed smoothly. This creates a lot of p... Read More

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    Genuine medicines

    This refers to the letter ‘Affordable treatment’ (July 13) by Shayan Raza. It is the sad truth that the healthcare sector of the country i... Read More

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    A leader?s death

    The death of ANP leader Haroon Bilour in a suicide blast in Peshawar has been a shocking incident. Haroon was a young and energetic leader and was lik... Read More

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    Better late than ever

    The country’s first-ever mechanical heart transplant was carried out at the National Institute of Cardio Vascular Diseases (NICVD) on Monday (Ju... Read More

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    When darkness falls

    The relevant authorities should do something about the lack of streetlights in Turbat. After the sun sets, the city’s streets are bathed in dark... Read More

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    Work in progress

    This refers to the letter ‘After the explosion’ (July 7) by Ashfaq Sharif. K-Electric would like to explain that unannounced loadshedding ... Read More

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    Actions speak louder

    For many, the elections season is the dream period. This is because it is only during this season when leaders visit people and listen to the problems... Read More

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    It?s their fault too

    This refers to the letter ‘Tough exams’ (July 10) by Iqbal Qureshi. The writer has correctly pointed out the faults that lie in our educat... Read More

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    A letter for Pesco

    The Peshawar Electric Supply Company (Pesco) authorities must draw attention to the Ijaz Abad Gulbahar area which is facing an acute shortage of elect... Read More

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    Without power

    Two weeks back, a 100Kva transformer in Memon Muhallah Wagno Gate, Shikarpur broke down. However, the relevant authorities haven’t started repai... Read More

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    The old familiar faces

    If we examine the list of prospective candidates for Election 2018, it becomes amply clear that the same old names are featured on the lists. These ca... Read More

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    Ghost teachers

    Corrupt practices are quite common in our country. Everyone is out there to use unfair means to get ahead in life. A few years back. a government scho... Read More

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    Politics of electables

    For many years now, there has been an intense debate in both print and electronic media regarding poor governance and rampant corruption in the countr... Read More

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    Stuck on our way

    Getting stuck in a traffic jam so that a VIP protocol can pass is a common occurrence across the country. For a few influential personalities, people ... Read More

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    Straight to the bank

    Previously, government pensioners would receive payment either through the presentation of pension books or directly into their accounts. Now, the gov... Read More

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    The curious case of fake profiles

    Hidden behind the fake ID, troll accounts on social media enjoy the freedom to post controversial stuff that is bound to cause chaos. These accounts a... Read More

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    Running without controls

    For the last few years, we have been listening to the loud voices that are protesting against widespread corruption in the country. While it is a posi... Read More

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    Time to act

    This refers to the letter ‘Out on the streets’ by Imran (July 07). The National Savings Organisation employees are on a countrywide strike... Read More

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    Out on the streets

    This is to draw the attention of the higher authorities to the plight of employees of National Savings Organisation. Those who have been working in th... Read More

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    Speak up

    This refers to the letter ‘Early marriages’ by Hira Hassan (July 6). I totally agree with the writer and would like to add that the author... Read More

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    Qualified teachers

    Under-qualified staff at Khairabad High School is one of the major issues being faced by students. Inexperienced teachers fail to teach a subject in a... Read More

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    How to prevent future catastrophes

    The recent torrential rains in Lahore have demanded the urgent attention of road builders who should now look for ways to bring much-needed changes to... Read More

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    The best is yet to come

    It is a matter of great pride that large numbers of students are showing interest in joining civil services. However, the disappointing CSS results sh... Read More

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    Not again

    Politicians can be seen travelling from one place to another with their entourage, visiting people residing in their constituency. These former minist... Read More

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    False promises

    Since the elections, all politicians can be seen busy in their election campaigns, making all sorts of false promises regarding issues that they don&r... Read More

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    The CSS results

    The 2017 CSS results were declared last week. This year too only 3.3 percent of candidates managed to pass the exams. Out of the 9,391 people who appe... Read More

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    Reserved for a few

    The election season has started. Now, politicians and leaders of political parties can be seen visiting different areas in the city in an attempt to e... Read More

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    We care about education

    In their election campaigns, many politicians have claimed that they have worked for the revival of the education sector. However, the truth is that ... Read More

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    Attack in Maryland

    The Maryland attack (June 28) which is being billed as one of the deadliest attacks on American journalists show the vulnerability of journalists acro... Read More

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    Traffic rules

    The National Highways and Motorway Police (NH&MP) has directed its officers to take strict legal action against the vehicles involved in traffic viola... Read More

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    No service, no bill

    This refers to the letter ‘Service disruptions’ (June 29) by Aqib Hussain. I totally agree with the views expressed by the writer. I am al... Read More

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    One more road to go

    Summer brings hundreds of tourists to Abbottabad and Mansehra. This gives goosebumps and nightmares to residents because for the next two or three mon... Read More

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    Service disruptions

    Many people have been fed up with the poor performance of PTCL. Our landline remains out of order for long periods. Despite calling the PTCL helpline ... Read More

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    Traffic violations

    The traffic authorities in KP should take notice of underage motorcyclists roaming busy roads. School-going boys as young as 12 ride motorcycles witho... Read More

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    There?s no light

    The electricity crisis in the country has taken a toll on the lives of citizens. Power remains out for hours, bringing residents’ routine lives ... Read More

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    Increase in rice exports

    It was heartening to note that rice exports have registered an increase of 29.15 percent during the first eleven months of the outgoing financial year... Read More

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    The wind of change

    That the party who entered the country’s political sphere with the slogan of ‘change’ has opened its doors for electables has shocke... Read More

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    Follow the rules

    This refers to the letter ‘Drive carefully’ (June 23) by Shakeel Khan. I agree with the writer and would like to add that the problem of r... Read More

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    After the exam

    The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Public Service Commission (KPPSC) holds annual examination for aspirants who have a dream of entering Civil Services. The last ... Read More

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    Medical waste

    The unsafe collection and disposal of medical waste is a threat to public health. Syringes and blood bags that are not disposed of in a proper manner ... Read More

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    Weak backbone

    According to some media reports, wheat and sugar consumers in the country have to pay far higher prices for domestically-produced wheat and sugar beca... Read More

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    No work, no vote

    The way the two PML-N lawmakers, Jamal Leghari and Sikandar Bosan, were treated by angry voters from their constituencies rings alarm bells for candid... Read More

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    Women?s health

    This refers to the letter ‘Women stand alone’ (June 22) by Laiba Khan. The writer has rightly pointed out that women are left alone to dea... Read More

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    Atrocities in Kashmir

    The UN report on human-rights situation in Kashmir has highlighted the ugly face of the ‘world’s greatest democracy’. There is no de... Read More

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    Where are the teachers?

    When we talk about the problems that are being faced by the country, we often forget to pay attention the issue of ghost teachers in schools. The reas... Read More

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    Don?t isolate them

    This refers to the letter ‘Are they not human?’ (June 22) by Muhammad Aqil Khan. The writer questioned us what makes children who are tran... Read More

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    Child labour

    Seeing an underage child working at workshops or roadside stalls has always caused me immense pain. Isn’t the responsibility of the government t... Read More

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    Celebrations without fire

    Celebratory gunfire has become a common trend at wedding ceremonies, birthday parties and other festivals. However, there has been a number of inciden... Read More

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    Expensive trips

    This Eid, my friends and I planned to visit Gorakh Hill station. However, the trip didn’t turn out to be as great as we had expected. The bigges... Read More

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    Women at work

    Recently, the National Commission on the Status of Women (NCSW) urged the government to provide adequate protection and foolproof security to women at... Read More

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    Your right to vote

    The 2018 general elections are around the corner. Many leaders are now busy visiting their constituency and meeting people to listen to their problems... Read More

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    Ode to opulence

    For a country created by Quaid-e-Azam – who was known to not waste state funds – it is shocking to see the opulent lifestyle led by its pa... Read More

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    Are they not human?

    Why are transgender children driven out of their homes by their own parents? Does our constitution not contain any law against this criminal practice?... Read More

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    Substance abuse

    The open supply of narcotics in Umerkot is the primary cause for the increasing rate of drug addicts. Drug supply/addiction remains unreported crime i... Read More

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    Caged in the zoo

    Animals that are kept in zoos across the country are in a deplorable condition. They are underfed and are confined in small cages, which do not have e... Read More

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    Fake medicines

    The Drug Regulatory Authority is responsible for ensuring that all the medicines available in markets are of good quality. However, during the past fe... Read More

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    Saving water

    That the country has adopted the National Water Policy (NWP) to deal with its water crisis is a positive step taken in the right direction. Both feder... Read More

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    Speak for the weak

    This refers to the editorial ‘Children at risk’ (June 15). The editorial has rightly pointed out the dangerous working environment in whic... Read More

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    Safe water

    Residents of Awaran have been facing many problems due to the water shortage. In addition, water that is supplied in homes is laced with impurities an... Read More

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    Death race

    In Larkana, Eid was celebrated with fervour and zest. Groups of young men were seen having a good time with their friends in the streets. However, the... Read More

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    No littering

    I visited Benazir Park during the Eid holidays and was shocked to see people littering at the recreational space. The ground was littered with shopper... Read More

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    Down the drain

    After Gwadar and Pasni, Turbat has also fallen in the grips of an acute water shortage. The daily activities of people have come to a halt because of ... Read More

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    City of broken roads

    Caretaker Prime Minister Nasirul Mulk has, in addition to ensuring the transparent general elections, a special duty towards the people of Swat. The c... Read More

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    Our economy

    There is some inconsistency between the actual state of the economy and the government’s claims that suggests that the country had an economic g... Read More

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    Pay teachers well

    This refers to the letter ‘Schools for business?’ (June 13) by Aurangzeb Gujjar. There is no doubt that private schools are providing qual... Read More

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    From transit to turmoil

    The former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government had spent a sum of about Rs4 billion on widening, improving and beautifying the existing road from Hayatabad ... Read More

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    Haste makes waste

    The Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) project is a large public interest project that will facilitate a large number of commuters travelling from one end of P... Read More

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    No shades of green

    The issue of climate change calls for the authorities to take effective measures in a timely manner. It is unfortunate that there is little or no gree... Read More

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    A climate of crisis

    With the challenges of global warming assuming centre-stage, the significance of plants and trees has increased manifold. Rapid industrialisation, nuc... Read More

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    Justice for 23 stabs

    There is a common saying that goes as follows: “Written laws are like spiders’ webs, and will, like them, only entangle and hold the poor ... Read More

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    Where are the long arms of the law?

    A few days ago, a young man was shot dead in Mardan over a domestic dispute. The initial investigation shows that the man was killed by one of his rel... Read More

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    Think before you slander

    If we look towards the politics being practiced in past, we see that it was based on moral values and ethics and the criticism of the opponent party w... Read More

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    Terrors of tobacco

    That tobacco use has been resulting in the deaths of more than seven million people across the world is worrying. Of the seven million people, 890,000... Read More

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    Road damage

    A sum of Rs22 million have been spent on repairing Skardu Road. However, the relevant authorities have failed to perform repair work on the road as ef... Read More

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    Additional charges

    For the last four months, residents of Markhpur in Dadu have been receiving unjustified charges under the deduction charges head in their Sui gas bill... Read More

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    This is no justice

    Khadija Siddiqui, a young lawyer, was stabbed 23 times in broad daylight. The culprit, Shah Hussain, was initially sentenced for seven years. The puni... Read More

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    When the power goes out

    While the problem of loadshedding still persists, it is important to give credit where it is due. The former PML-N government took some laudable steps... Read More

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