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Remembering Mir Gul Khan Naseer

Dr Naseer Dashti Early decades of the 20th century was the period when the Baloch horizons were engulfed in the dark shadows of despair, frustration and a growing sense of total defeat and helplessness. It was the period when the Baloch resistance against the British and its ally the Persians, had …

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Baloch Nationalism and its​ Regional and International Implications

Dr. Mohammad Hassan Hosseinbor, LL.B., MA, LL.M., Ph.D. Balochistan: A Historical Perspective Until the advent of British Colonialism and division of Balochistan in Mid- 19th century, Balochistan maintained its independence, for the most part, from the surrounding empires. This is reflected in the fact that the pre-division period is known …

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بلوچستان بارے بی ایچ آر سی کی جانب سے کتاب شائع

بی ایچ آر سی کی جانب سے شائع ہونے والے کتاب  “پاکستان کے زیر کنٹرول بلوچستان: ایک قوم کو درپیش تکالیف اور مصائب کا مختصر حوالہ کے نام سے ہے۔  ٹی بی پی سوشل میڈیا مانیٹرنگ ڈیسک کے مطابق بی ایچ آر سی کی جانب سے شائع ہونے والے کتاب …

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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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A Treasure in Ruins: Ancient Mehrgarh Lost to Thieves and Violence

Mehrgarh is an archaeological site situated in the Balochistan, in the southwestern part of Pakistan. In the native Balochi language, ‘mehr’ is said to mean ‘love’, and ‘garh’ means heaven. Thus, the name of the site may be taken to mean ‘the heaven of love’.  Mehrgarh is considered one of the …

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The Baloch And Pashtun Nationalist Movements In Pakistan: Colonial Legacy And The Failure Of State Policy – Analysis

Observer Research Foundation By Kriti M. Shah Introduction The border lands between Afghanistan and Pakistan have been a hotbed for global terrorism and jihad for the last four decades. The causes are rooted in colonial legacy and the impact of British rule on the region. In the late 1800s, the …

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بلوچ تاریک ءِ سرا ڈاکٹر نصیر دشتی ءَ گوں گپ ءُ ترانے۔

تران گوں شمس الدین شمس ءٓ⁠ بلوچ راجدپتر بلوچ کئے انت ؟ ءٌ کجا چے اھتگ ؟بلوچ ء راجدپتر چنچو کوھن انت ؟ بلوچ ء اسل اوریجن چی انت ؟ اولی ریاست کدی او چے پیم جوڑ بوت ؟اںگریزانی دست مان جنی کدی او کجام کساس ء تک گوں بلوچ او بلوچستان …

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‘9000-year-old Mehrgarh needs to be preserved’

QUETTA:  Mehrgarh in Balochistan is one of the most important Neolithic sites in archaeology and evidence show that it was one of earliest human settlements in the world where farming and husbandry started, anthropologist Ayoub Baloch said on Sunday. “We can only preserve our historical sites when we accept them …

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Sistan & Baluchestan; Home to Ancient Culture, Civilisation

By Fatemeh Askarieh Sistan and Baluchestan province in south-eastern Iran is where one of the world’s oldest cultures and civilizations has been formed and developed. The province is the origin of the first advanced human civilisation and the centre of urban communities. The 5,000-year-old Burnt City, the mythological heroic stories of Rostam …

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Koch as Brahui

Naseer Dashti Naming a group of the Baloch tribes as Brahui probably began during the Arab encounters with the Baloch. However, it was during the Buyids and Seljuqs periods that some of the Baloch tribes from Barez Mountains of Kerman were forced to migrate and were identified first as Barezui. …

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