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زبان ءِ ارزشت ءُ بلوچی

نبشته کار قمبر مالک بلوچ خورشید کریم بلوچ بنی آدم ءِ بنکّی ارزشت چاگرد ءَ گوں بندوک انت ءُ چاگرد ءَ لہتیں دودمانی میار مہکم ءُ توانا کننت۔ ہمے دودمانی میاراں چه درستاں گیشتر توانا زبان انت۔ زبان ءِ بندات ءُ آئی ءِ دیمروئی ءِ سرا بازیں گمان ءُ مپروزہ …

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At 40, Iran’s decaying Islamic Republic is showing its age

By Jason Rezaian Global Opinions writer On Feb. 11, 1979, an aging Shiite cleric, who had returned from long exile just 10 days earlier, seized power in Tehran. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s founding of the Islamic Republic of Iran ushered in a new phase of tumult, confusion and terror in the Middle East …

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Unemployment in Balochistan

By: Sana Samad THE Pakistan Bureau of Statistics estimates that the unemployment rate in Balochistan is 4pc. The main reason for unemployment is lack of awareness, poverty and poor education system. According to a report, each year nearly 25,000 people graduate from Balochistan. Unfortunately, hardly around 2,000 of them can secure …

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Gwadar: Trade Hub Or Military Asset? – Analysis

By Gateway House China’s ostensible intentions are to turn Gwadar port into a focal point of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor. But the geography of the region is a major stumbling block in the realisation of these ambitions and raises questions about the project’s underlying motives. By Amit Bhandari and Aashna …

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Remembering the sane voice from Balochistan

By Shehzad Baloch Today marks the first anniversary of veteran journalist, senior political economist and democrat Siddiq Baloch who died of pancreatic cancer last year in Karachi at the age of 78. Baloch was an undisputed authority in Balochistan with a voice, deeply missed in the province today when it comes …

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What does Iran want in Afghanistan?

Tehran would favour a heterogeneous, if not divided, government in post-withdrawal Afghanistan. by Maysam Behravesh Unprecedented negotiations in Qatar between US special envoy to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad and the Taliban have created cautious optimism for lasting reconciliation. “We made significant progress on vital issues,” Khalilzad wrote on Twitter, adding: “Nothing is agreed until everything …

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Balochistan in the backdrop of strengthening Sino-Pak ties

Yousuf Murad Baloch This article was first published in German magazine Pogrom. It has been translated from the German by the writer himself. It is one of China´s boldest steps to shape economic globalization towards a Chinese model and there cannot be a better partner than Pakistan on this front. …

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Concern over Saudis stirring up strife on the Pak-Iran border

While Pakistan is upbeat about huge Saudi investment in Gwadar port, some political observers fear it could be followed by a rise in sectarian strife with its neighbor Iran By F.M. SHAKIL Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman will arrive in Islamabad in several weeks to sign a huge Memorandum of …

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Players’ Skewed Maps complicate Eurasia’s 21st Century Great Game – Dr. James M Dorsey

Dr. James Dorsey The United States and China are playing Eurasia’s 21st-century Great Game from different but equally skewed maps. While the US map appears to be outdated, the Chinese map portrays a reality that is imagined. If the skewed realities of both China and the United States have one …

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Inside the Beltway: Iran hardliners vs Iran hardliners

– James M. Dorsey Alarm bells went off last September in Washington’s corridors of power when John Bolton’s national security council asked the Pentagon for options for military strikes against Iran. The council’s request was in response to three missiles fired by an Iranian-backed militia that landed in an empty lot …

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