Fuel crisis – a serious issue
Students come from remote areas to Government Girls Degree College, Turbat. Currently, severe petrol crisis has significantly impacted transportation availability. The college has only four buses, yet none can be used due to petrol shortage. Students are facing tremendous difficulties when commuting to the college.
Students have made numerous appeals to the principal, urging him to secure funding for purchasing petrol for the buses. Unfortunately, their pleas have fallen on deaf ears. This persistent problem takes a toll on their academic journey, impairing their ability to attend classes regularly.
It is requested that the caretaker government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Kakar, promptly takes action to address this issue.
Jalashk Balach, Dasht
At long last a cover story close to my heart! I simply loved Fashion frenzy – discovering trends in 2024 (Compiled by SG, 19 January issue). The pictures were great, too. Ed, the interview of Aina Asif was a cherry on the top; she is a very good actor and since she is still young, I am sure she will be a great actor. All in all, a superb issue. Keep it up, please!
Dania Asghar, Karachi
In the issue of 19 January, I enjoyed perusing In case you missed it by S.A. I had missed just two of the books that made to S.A’s list, and am planning to get them as soon as possible. In the ‘Poets’ Corner’, Zahra Akbar’s poem, Black, was very good. I haven’t seen Amna Amer’s poems in a bit, and am missing her poems. It was a good issue with a very good blend of entertainment and information.
Umer Aslam, Lahore
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