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Now Sajid, Who’s Next?

Noroz Hayat Baloch At times, I reflect on past experiences that have left a lasting impact on my life. Although a long time has passed, the emotional wounds often feel just as I felt them eleven years ago. There is a bloody trail of incidents that continue to haunt me. …

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Balochistan under the occupation of the religious state of Iran

Jamshaid Amiri Balochistan like many other countries in the region was not immune to the British colonial ambitions. It lost its independence to the advancing British empire in the mid-19th century and subsequently, it was divided and a major part of the Baloch land was handed over to Persians who were …

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Editorial: 27 March 1948: the fall of the Baloch state

The Baloch throughout the world are marking the 27th of March as a black day. They consider this as a day when their 300 years old independent or semi-independent Khanate of Kalat finally disappeared from the map of the earth. Balochistan known as the Khanate of Kalat had a tortuous history …

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How is the Balochistan Government responding to Coronavirus pandemic?

Sami Parvez The outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19, that began in the Wuhan city of China, has nearly spread out to the entire world by now. On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the rapidly spreading out virus a pandemic. According to the statistics provided by the agency, …

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Genocide in Balochistan and the role of the International Community

Hassan Hamdam During the fall of the British Empire in the 1950s, various nation-states emerged on the map of the contemporary world where the decolonization brought hope and freedom for various nations. It also brought destruction and long-running disputes in various corners of the newly emerging world. The most disastrous …

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ہمارے سیاسی رویے

ڈاکٹر خورشید کریم گزشتہ چند دہائیوں کی بلوچ سیاست میں جو تقسیم کا رویہ چلا آتا رہا ہے، اس میں کچھ ایسے عوامل شامل ہیں جو ہر تقسیم میں متواتر دیکھائی دیتے ہیں جیسا کہ عدمِ برداشت، بد نیّتی، ذاتی مفاد اور رومانیت وغیرہ وغیرہ۔ ان عوامل میں کچھ زیادہ …

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Editorial: Pakistan wins GSP+ EU loses its moral standing

The European Union (EU) has exceptionally furnished Pakistan with a two years extension in the Generalised Scheme of Preferences GSP+ status in clear violation of its set criterion based on which a state is granted this favour. The GSP+ is an economic incentive arrangement granted, by the EU, to the …

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Editorial: The Dera Bugti Massacre & the spectacle of a rogue state

The massacre of Dera Bugti that took place on, 17 March 2005, has stayed in the collective memory of the Baloch, as one of the darkest days since the forceful annexation of their country into Pakistan. On this date, the troops of the Frontier Corps and the regular army, in …

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Editorial: International Women’s Day and the Baloch women

Balochistan is caught in a web of repressive policies and strategies designed by the state leading its people down the way of destruction. Amidst this process, women remain the most suffered section of the Baloch society. Traditionally, the Baloch women had a more prominent role in the routine affairs of …

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Baloch Women and Aurat March

MIR MOHAMMAD ALI TALPUR The ‘Aurat March’ here on the 8th of March coincides with the ‘International Women’s Day’ which is observed as a Civil awareness day for Women and girls and also as Anti-sexism day and Anti-Discrimination Day. Celebrating such ideals should not have been a source of threat …

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