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Why Vote For Waja Janmahmad Dashti?

Qambar Malik Baloch The participation of public in general elections held in Balochistan since early 2000s, has to a great deal been influenced by the Baloch nationalists’ divide about taking part in the parliamentary institution of the state. A section of the Baloch nationalists parting its way from the then …

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Strengthening poll monitoring

I.A. Rehman THE caretaker government’s expression of resolve to ensure the holding of free and fair elections can only be welcomed and one hopes the requisites of a genuine and democratic election are not being taken for granted. The need for elections to be democratic is generally not fully appreciated. …

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” پنجگور; کل اور آج”

تحریر؛ قمبر مالک بلوچ معاشروں کی تشکیل و ترقی کا عمل انسانی تجربات اور شعور کی دین ہیں. بنی انسان کو اندھیروں سے روشنی تک کے اس سفر میں قدامت پسند خیالات کا مقابلہ اور کئی ادوار کا فاصلہ طے کرنا پڑا ہے. پنجگور بھی اپنے سماج کی تعمیر میں …

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Primary schools need proper planning in Balochistan

By: Mannan Samad It is very embarrassing to ponder about the bright future of Balochistan as the conditions of primary schools in the province is highly deplorable in spite of being the most resource-rich province of the country. Lamentably, there is no any total environment for learning that optimises the …

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جان محمد دشتی ُُء مکران ِء سیاسی سنچ

شہمراد میرانزئی اے وہدَء بلوچستانِء مہلوکَء درائیں پاکستانَء اے اعزار حاصل انت کہ اے صوبہِء مردم چہ پاکستانِء ایندگہ صوبہانی مردماں چے گیش سیاسی سنچُُء بودِء واہند انتُُء اگان بلوچستانُُء سیاسی منظر نامہ چارگ بہ بیت گڑا گندگَء کیت کہ بلوچستانِء مردمانی تہا مکرانِء مردم سیاسی حسابَء چہ بلوچستانِء ایندگہ …

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Election to test Pakistan democracy amid allegations of military meddling

Reuters ISLAMABAD: Intensifying allegations of military interference threaten to cast a shadow over Pakistan’s general election on July 25, a historic event that will mark only the country’s second ever democratic transition of power. On Friday the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party handed over power to a technocratic caretaker …

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“The more you get hurt, the more you scream”

An Interview with Balochistan’s former Chief Minister Sardar Attaullah Mengal. Shah Meer Baloch Balochistan’s first chief minister, Sardar Attaullah Mengal, is said to be the fourth pillar of Baloch nationalism, and the only one alive today. The other pillars were Mir Ghaus Baksh Bizenjo, Nawab Khair Baksh Marri and Nawab …

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Elections in Pakistan and the Baloch dilemma

              Balochistan Awami Party; Old wine in a new bottle   By Imdad Baloch   The security establishment of Pakistan continues to be the key actor in shaping the socio-political dynamics of Balochistan. With over 70 years of indirect rule on Balochistan, the security establishment’s control runs deep in the …

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جام کمال ۔۔ نئی جماعت ‘‘باپ’‘ کے صدر

جلال نُُورزئی بلوچستان کے اندر ابن الوقت سیاست دانوں کی کوئی کمی نہیں، جن کی نظریں خالصتاً اقتدار اور مفادات پر جمی رہتی ہیں۔ بدعہدی، دغا اور چال بازیوں کو سیاست، جمہوری اصول اور روایات کا نام دیا جاتا ہے۔ یہ لوگ مقتدر حلقوں کے اشاروں پر اپنا قبلہ تبدیل …

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Deep in the Desert, Iran Quietly Advances Missile Technology

By Max Fisher May 23, 2018 When an explosion nearly razed Iran’s long-range missile research facility in 2011 — and killed the military scientist who ran it — many Western intelligence analysts viewed it as devastating to Tehran’s technological ambitions. Since then, there has been little indication of Iranian work …

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