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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 | Today's Paper

Banning carbonated drinks

By Editorial

March 18, 2019 – 7:00 am

The Balochistan Food Authority has taken a right decision to banned sale and consumption of carbonated drinks in educational institutions and decided not to allow sale of Ajinomoto salt in Balochistan, declaring it harmful for health.

Combating counterfeit medicines

By Editorial

March 16, 2019 – 7:00 am

As the country’s drug markets are flooded with counterfeit and substandard medicines sold and threatening the health of hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of people in those nations and consumers in more advanced nations as well.

Protect rights and resources

By Editorial

March 15, 2019 – 7:00 am

The crisis in Balochistan should be the top priority of the any government. The Balochistan is backward, poor and marginalized merely because it was denied a decent infrastructure since the British colonial days. There is a lot of trust insufficiency between the federation and the province of Balochistan. Terrorism, militancy or extremism is the biggest problem of the province. Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan has said the flawed policies of the previous provincial governments provided enemies the opportunity to lure the youth into picking up arms against the state.

National Action Plan in Balochistan

By Editorial

March 14, 2019 – 7:00 am

The need for a National Action Plan (NAP) would have made more sense if the original one had been implemented in letter and spirit and still found wanting in Balochistan. It was pretty clear that the previous government in Centre and Province just did not have the political will and resolve to implement the vital plan.

Afghanistan Bleeding despite dialogue

By Editorial

March 13, 2019 – 7:00 am

The remembrance of the 24th death anniversary of Shiite Hazara Leader Abdul Ali Mazari in Kabul Afghanistan was interrupted with mortars which caused death of more than 3 persons and injuring multiple folds. Right, when the former lower house speaker Mohammad Younus Qanooni was assuring that the attack was happening at a distant location, urging them to maintain calm a second mortar fell nearby which caused panic and people gushed toward the exit.