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بلوچ قومی سیاست میں جڑ پکڑتے منفی رویے

قمبر مالک بلوچ بلوچ قومی تحریک سے وابستہ سیاسی تنظیموں کی گزشتہ ایک دہائی پر مشتمل بیانات (جو مختلف زرائع ابلاغ سے بلوچ تک پہنچتے آرہے ہیں) اور خصوصاً سوشل میڈیا پر بحث مباحثہ اور تحریروں میں منفی رویوں کا جائزہ لینے کے بعد جو کچھ سامنے آجاتا ہے وہ …

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Berlin Conference Declaration: the humanitarian challenges in Balochistan

Berlin Conference Declaration: This document summarizes the conclusion of the conference on the Humanitarian challenges in Balochistan held on 11 December 2019 in Berlin by the Human rights organizations working for the protection and promotion of the rights of the people of Balochistan. The organizers of the conference were the …

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Human Development Index 2019: Pakistan ranks lower than all South Asian countries

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s ranking on the Human Development Index (HDI) 2019 fell one notch more and stood at 152nd position out of the total 189 countries. Most alarmingly, Pakistan’s ranking was lower than all comparable regional countries of South Asia. “Pakistan’s ranking stood at 13 percent below the average HDI of …

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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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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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74pc of adolescents in Balochistan found anaemic; 50pc of population facing food insecurity

In Balochistan, 73.7 per cent of adolescent girls and boys are suffering from anaemia [a medical condition caused by iron-deficiency], according to the National Nutrition Survey 2018. The findings of the survey were presented by Dr Professor Zulfiqar Bhutta during a ceremony in Quetta today. The survey also revealed that 61.3pc of …

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Nexus between population growth and food insecurity-Perspective from Balochistan

Safi Ullah Shahwani Food insecurity, according to the third quarterly report on state of economy released by State Bank of Pakistan on 14th, July, 2019, hits Balochistan the most. About half of its population faces mild to severe food insecurity. Similarly, the Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (PDHS) 2017-18 reveals …

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Desert Locust situation update 20 June 2019

Hatching and band formation starts in Yemen while risk of swarms arriving in summer breeding areas remains high Although control operations have treated nearly 200 000 ha so far this month, all countries should remain vigilant and be prepared for any swarms that might arrive in Sudan and along the …

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