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University of Balochistan: state surveillance for blackmailing

Editorial  By: Qambar Malik Baloch The people of Balochistan have been at the receiving end of a 15 years’ war of attrition that the state has unleashed upon the region which has manifested itself in a variety of ways. The recent scandal involving the surveillance cameras installed by the security …

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ترکی ءِ کردستان ءِ سر اُرش

نبشتہ کار: ابدلستار بگٹی گْوستگین تومشان ءِ ماہ ءَ ترکی ءِ لُچّ ءُ رستریں پاگواجہ تیب اردگان ماں میان اُستمانی گَل یو این الباریں مجلس ءَ پہ گیدی ءِ مسلماناں ارس گْوارگ ءَ ات کہ مسلمانانی سر ءَ کَھر ءُ زورانسری بوگ ءَ انت، یمن ءُ کشمیر ءَ بِہ گِر …

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Creating a nation from refugees: the Sindhi nemesis

By: Dr. Naseer Dashti Centuries ago, the Greek historian Thucydides wrote that “The strong do what they can, the weak suffer what they must”. In the past, a powerful colonial power did something that not only damaged Sindhi national interests but the fate of many other nations in the region …

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Dismembered Pakistan: Implications for India

Brig Vijay Sagar Dheman PM Imran Khan’s speech at UN general assembly on 27 Sep 19 has disturbed the hornets’ nest amongst people all over the world. At the UN general assembly, he vocalised a rant on Kashmir to express his undying love for six million Kashmiris. His justification of …

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Balochistan’s wretched labour

I A Rehman THE view that Balochistan is still a neglected federating unit means that a preponderant majority of its citizens cannot enjoy their basic rights. But they are not equal in misery as many suffer more than others. The worst off include the workers belonging to government departments who …

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سی پیک منصوبوں پر عملدرآمد سست روی کا شکار ہے؟

وزیرِاعظم عمران خان کے حالیہ دورہ چین سے عین قبل سی پیک اتھارٹی کا بذریعہ صدارتی آرڈیننس قیام اس بات کی عکاسی کرتا ہے کہ اسلام آباد کی جانب سے چینی حکام کو ایک مرتبہ پھر یقین دہانی کروائی گئی ہے کہ سی پیک کے منصوبوں پر عملدرآمد کو سست …

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BHRC PUBLISHES A BOOK, “BALOCHISTAN OF PAKISTAN: A BRIEF ON THE MISERIES AND SUFFERINGS OF A PEOPLE”

Abstract:  The colonial powers in order to safeguard their interests in regions where they had ruled, divided nations, and created artificial states. As a consequence of this policy, several regions of Asia and Africa became zones of never-ending conflicts and turmoil. The Baloch are among the largest national entities (only …

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Efforts Ramping Up to Resolve Yemen Conflict Following Saudi Attacks

By: Dale Gavlak AMMAN – Efforts to resolve the nearly five-year conflict in Yemen are increasing following drone and missile attacks on Saudi oil facilities last month. Despite Houthi rebel claims of carrying out the sophisticated airstrikes, most Gulf observers believe the highly coordinated attacks on the Abqaiq and Khurais …

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Poverty and Misery, the Achievements of Iran’s Regime

By: Hamideh Taati  Iran is among the richest countries in the world, with a wealth of mineral resources, oil, gas, and a diverse eco-system, but the majority of its people live under the poverty line. So what is the origin of this problem? Is it the United States’ sanctions on Iran? …

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China, India, Pakistan: who’s really pulling the strings in Jammu and Kashmir?

The threat of a nuclear conflict between Islamabad and New Delhi might have made global headlines, but Beijing is right at the heart of the territorial dispute in the Himalayan region, Brahma Chellaney writes Brahma Chellaney The media spotlight on India-Pakistan tensions over the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir …

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