By Komal Malik
April 3, 2020 – 3:54 am
DHA Quetta, Smart City is an extraordinary residential plan that offers a world class living space to the people of Balochistan. It is a mega project for the residents of Balochistan to ensure better living standards for everyone. The smart city project offers a wide range of Farmhouse, Residential, and Commercial plots in a serene and beautiful location. DHAQ in a very short time had been able to acquire, adequate the land for execution of the smart city mega project. After the successful inauguration, DHA Quetta conducted its 1st Balloting ceremony on 14th March 2020 and invited all the stake holders from Balochistan and all over the country including: people from the Government, public servents, members of chambers of commerce, shuhada families and general public. Governor Balochistan Justice (R) Amanullah Khan Yasinzai was the chief guest of the ceremony. Before the ballot event DHA Quetta received an overwhelming response from the fervent people of Balochistan in particular and Pakistan in general and got as many as thousands of applications in various categories.
Responsivity Continuum: Emerging cornerstone of Pakistan Navy’s capability development and operation direction
By Salman Javed
March 26, 2020 – 6:02 pm
Responsivity, in generic terms, means a degree to which something is responsive,
By Huma Khawar
March 21, 2020 – 10:00 am
When history of Corvid-19 will be written, remotely located Taftan in Balochistan will always be mentioned as the entry point to receive and report cases of Corona virus.However, we are aware that in no time numbers multiplied and every province and areas throughout Pakistan started reporting emergence of the virus that is still very complicated to understand with no preventive or curative vaccine in sight. Critics would say, the situation could have been better handled if the entry point was in any other province of Pakistan.
By Mavra Bari
March 16, 2020 – 1:43 am
Sadoori, her mother and her daughter sit on a charpai underneath the shade of a tree, all three women of three generations, fanning themselves and each other. Sadoori’s mother is proud of her daughter for getting involved in community activities, especially since being part of the village organisation has given them financial benefits such as grants to fund income-generating ideas and healthcare. “When I needed a knee surgery, we were desperate but we got financial support because of Sadoori,” she comments.
By Mavra Bari
March 14, 2020 – 2:56 am
When women in Rural Sindh are pregnant, they pray for a son. When a woman’s livestock is pregnant, they pray for a daughter. Women farmers in villages across Sindh are inadvertently aware that gender plays an integral role in socio-economic mobility when it comes to humans and livestock. Yet despite the role they play, their work often goes unacknowledged and unrewarded. According to the United Nations’s Food and Agricultural Organisation report, women play a bigger role than men in crop production, livestock and dairy. Meanwhile, they are also chiefly responsible for home-making and child-rearing.