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The US-China Cold War is now playing out in Pakistan

Johann Chacko On Sept. 01, days before US secretary of state Mike Pompeo and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, Gen. Joseph Dunford, were due to arrive in Islamabad, a Pentagon spokesman announced that the department of defense intended to permanently cut $300 million from funds allocated to support …

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بلوچ جدوجہد کی علامات کی کردار کشی – قمبر مالک بلوچ

قمبر مالک بلوچ مظلوم اقوام کی قومی جدوجہد ہمیشہ سے ایک الجھا ہوا رجحان رہی ہے. اور اس کا شمار پیچیدہ ترین انسانی سرگرمیوں میں ہوتا ہے. یہ اپنے طے شدہ مقاصد کے حصول کی راہ میں متوقع طور پر لامحدود چیلنجوں سے گزرتا ہے. اس عمل کے دوران کئی …

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Quetta’s water crisis

Balochistan’s government has declared a state of ‘water emergency’ in Quetta. This announcement should not surprise anyone keeping an eye on recent developments in the province. Many parts of the capital have been without water for months. Households have to rely on costly private tankers, which are known to exploit …

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Demeaning the icons of the Baloch struggle – Qambar Malik Baloch

Qambar Malik Baloch The national struggle of an oppressed people has always been a complex phenomenon and one of the most intricate human activities. It runs into endless challenges in its course towards the set aspirations. In the process, a number of political figures emerge whose footsteps and teachings are …

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Remembering Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti – Qambar Malik Baloch

Qambar Malik Baloch            Baloch from various corners of the globe commemorated the martyrdom of Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti who embraced death on 26 August 2006 in a battle with security forces of Pakistan. On the 12th death anniversary of one of the towering figures of the Baloch national struggle, the Baloch …

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What’s next for Balochistan?

Adnan Aamir Weeks after the July 25 general elections were held, Balochistan also has a new government in place. On August 19, Jam Kamal took oath as the chief minister of Balochistan. He heads the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP)-led government with the support of the PTI, the ANP, the BNP-Awami, …

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Balochistan’s budget deficit quandary

Nasir Jamal FINANCING its large budget deficit of approximately Rs62 billion for the present financial year remains the main concern of the new Jam Kamal Khan government in Balochistan, says a senior provincial official. “We are facing a big hole in our planned public development investment for the ongoing fiscal …

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بی این پی کے 6 نُکات اور لاپتہ افراد کا مسئلہ

 قمبر مالک بلوچ  بلوچستان میں جاری تنازعہ کے پرامن حل کی جانب راہ ہموار کرنے کی سعی میں بلوچستان نیشنل پارٹی کے سربراہ اختر مینگل نے 2012 میں سپریم کورٹ آف پاکستان کے سامنے 6 نکات پیش کئیے. متعلقہ سول اور ملٹری قوتوں کی جانب سے پیش کردہ تدابیر کو …

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BNP’s six points and the issue of Missing Persons

The issue of missing persons in Balochistan is a long-standing humanitarian crisis that remains unresolved, it is the most nerve-racking, draconian experience that thousands of families have fallen victim to. Qambar Malik Baloch In order to pave the way for a peaceful resolution of the conflict in Balochistan, Akhtar Mengal, …

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What is your Balochistan agenda Mr PM?

Baloch concerns regarding control over their natural and coastal resources must be addressed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has emerged as the single largest party in the National Assembly (NA) amid allegations of massive pre-poll political engineering and post-poll rigging. While the controversy around elections is likely to drag on for a …

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