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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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Education and Dilemmas facing the students

By: Qambar Malik Baloch Two students of Bolan Medical College (BMC) Younis Ellahi and Farhad Karim have gone on hunger strike unto death since 13 August 2018, accusing the faculty of BMC of practicing racism and discrimination against students that has resulted in the loss of a whole academic year …

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تبدیلی اور بلوچستان

طاہر حسنی ھم پاکستان میں متوقع تحریک انصاف کی حکومت اور اس کے حامیوں کو مبارک باد پیش کرتے ہیں اس امید کے ساتھ کہ خان صاحب جس تبدیلی کا نعرہ  لے کر اقتدار میں آئے ہیں – وہ جلد وقوع پذیر ھو اور ھم جیتی جاگتی آنکھوں سے ایک …

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Balochistan’s missing healthcare system and future hopes

Balochistan is one of the worst places for children in the world. They routinely die from preventable diseases, such as hepatitis, malaria and measles. The rate of children dying during childhood is also high due to lack of proper healthcare facilities. It’s almost as though people here are living in …

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Despite concerns, China sees a potential ally in Pakistan’s Imran Khan

  James M. Dorsey Pakistani prime minister-in waiting Imran Khan’s ability to chart his own course as well as his relationship with the country’s powerful military is likely to be tested the moment he walks into his new office. Pakistan’s most fundamental problems loom large and are likely to demand his immediate …

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China’s policies spur Central Asians to cautiously chart independent course

  James M. Dorsey China’s brutal crackdown in its north-western province of Xinjiang and growing questions about the dark side of some of its Belt and Road investments is fuelling anti-Chinese sentiment, prompting some countries to explore ways to chart an independent course, and feeding into the narratives of rising populist leaders. The incarceration of up …

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After Iran and North Korea; Now Hold Pakistan’s Feet to the Fire

Trump’s declarations regarding Pakistan have diminished U.S. influence in South Asia. by Francesca Silvestri Over the past year, nuclear non-proliferation diplomacy has succumbed to divergent pressures, including: – global moves via the United Nations and led by the United States to halt North Korea’s development of nuclear weapons (and missile …

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بلوچستان نیشنل پارٹی کے آپشنز انتخابات کے تناظر میں

قمبر مالک بلوچ  بلوچستان میں منعقدہ حالیہ انتخابات کے نتائج سے پیدا ہونے والی سیاسی صورتحال غور طلب ہے. سیکورٹی اسٹیبلشمنٹ کی جانب سے بدستور اپنی آئینی حدود سے تجاوز کرنا اور حذب روایت انتخابات میں مداخلت نے جہاں عوام کی حق رائے دہندگی کو پامال کیا، اسکا پیشگی ذکر …

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Reconstruction of politics

I.A. Rehman THIS year’s general election has changed some of the assumptions on which Pakistan’s politics has traditionally been based, though not necessarily in the sense the word ‘change’ has been used by different parties. The success of political parties will depend on how well they can adjust themselves to …

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IMF and CPEC debts

Khurram Husain AND so it begins. The outlines of the shape of things to come are now appearing before us, starting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s latest remarks given in an interview that IMF “tax dollars” should not be used to bail out Pakistan’s Chinese lenders. On the …

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