Even herdsmen will not be spared by the climate changes

Safiullah Shahwani QUETTA: Nasir Marri, Balaach Marri and their cousins strive hard to mint a livelihood for themselves and other members of their family at a very young and tender age in the scorching heat of the day near Shahbaz Town of the Provincial Capital of Baluchistan, the territorially largest but ironically the poorest province of Pakistan. Perhaps, More...

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By Editor On Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
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Quetta valley to face the brunt of rising temperature

Nadir Jailani QUETTA: Quetta once known as the little London and Fruit Garden of Pakistan is unfortunately losing its features of chilly weather and pleasant climate due to rise in temperature, draught and climate More...

By Editor On Thursday, August 14th, 2014
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Monsoon and vulnerability of food-insecure Balochistan

By Safiullah Shahwani QUETTA, BALOCHISTAN: Natural disasters have caused more damage to mankind in the 21st century than ever before, triggering unimaginable crisis of food security worldwide. Monsoon Contingency More...

By Editor On Sunday, August 3rd, 2014
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Even herdsmen will feel effects of climate change

Safiullah Shahwani QUETTA, BALOCHISTAN: Nasir Marri, Balaach Marri and their cousins strive hard to mint a livelihood for themselves and other members of their family at a very young and tender age in the scorching More...