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Karachi: Entering Karachi’s oldest and most densely populated neighbourhood, Lyari, requires a lot from a pedestrian. Jumping over small heaps of rubbish, leaping over potholes, and dodging cars travelling the wrong way on the district’s narrow streets makes finally reaching one’s destination feel like a small prize. Lyari is full of people and noise. The …

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 Note: PML-N is sharing the coalition government in Balochistan therefore TT has used PML’s symbol. Promise In the run-up to the May 11 general election, the incumbent ruling party in Balochistan province – National Party (NP) – promised that if people voted NP to power, it would increasing education funding in the province. Unveiling the …

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  Promise Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf promised to introduce a uniform system of education in the province if voted to power by the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Source: (PTI Manifesto) The Plan Speaking to Truth Tracker, the Provincial Minister for education, Atif Khan, said the PTI-led coalition in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had already initiated work on …

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  The Promise During his campaign for May 11 elections, Nasir Khan Afridi, then an independent candidate for NA-46 constituency of Tehsil Bara in Khyber agency, promised to provide laptop computers to all students in his constituency if he was elected as Member of the National Assembly. Afridi has since been elected to the National …

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The Promise Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz (PMLN) on page 35 of its election manifesto 2013 promises that a “National Education Emergency will be declared to eradicate illiteracy on war footing basis.”  The Plan An educationist and Federal Minister for Planning and Development, Ahsan Iqbal, reiterated in an interview with Truth Tracker that the PML-N government …

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