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Tuesday, April 23, 2019 | Today's Paper

Hybrid warfare – Emerging challenges for police

By Ikram Sehgal

April 22, 2019 – 3:16 am

The newest entrant in the lexicon of war, Hybrid warfare, has spread to almost all parts of the world today. While it is a challenge for the military and the civilian bureaucracy, increasingly the frontline in both kinetic and non-kinetic warfare is the prime civilian law enforcement agencies (LEAs), the police service. This new generation warfare has only become popular after Crimea was annexed by Russia in 2014. Earlier, the US had used the mobs in the “Orange Revolution” to topple the government in Ukraine. Its historical pedigree goes back to the fifth century BC when Sparta went to war with Athens, consider also the Arthashastra written about 2400 years ago.


Balochistan Economic Report in 2008 and then………?

By Manzoor Mosiani

April 22, 2019 – 2:25 am

‘’A number of cross-cutting issues limit the ability of Baluchistan’s public administration to deliver good services, including the size and structure of bureaucracy, the extent of merit based recruitment, the quality of career management, the degree of administrative devolution, political fragmentation and tribal identity.


Growing unemployment in Balochistan

By Yousaf Ajab Baloch

April 16, 2019 – 12:36 am

Saeed Ahmed, 28, was one of the toppers among National Testing Candidate’s for teaching posts in Union Council Chatkan of Panjgur district, in 2015. Allegedly he was refused to be posted as a teacher, due to the non-availability of vacant post at his UC. This did not happen only in district Panjgur, however, almost in all districts of Balochistan various toppers in UCs were refused to be given their rights to be appointed as a teacher. The denial to almost 332 candidates resulted in peaceful protests in all districts of Balochistan.


How limited resources affect quality education in Balochistan

By Haleem Baloch

April 16, 2019 – 12:25 am

Education is very important for everyone therefore it is very hard to imagine a prosperous and educated world without schools or educational institutions. The importance of education in our life is a well-known fact. The value of schools, colleges and universities prove the reality that they play a great role in success of individuals and communities. Thus, education provides better changes in life to always go ahead and easy ways in life to get success.


Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet, what is in the name

By Manzoor Mosiani

April 15, 2019 – 1:02 am

Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) born in Stratford – Upon – Avon, Warwickshire in England. He wrote 37 plays from 1590 to 1613, known as the bard of England as well. Interestingly, after a passage of four hundred years his plays are still relevant and read as enthralling, hilarious, thoughtful piece of fiction, either in the form of tragedies or comedies.