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” پنجگور; کل اور آج”

تحریر؛ قمبر مالک بلوچ معاشروں کی تشکیل و ترقی کا عمل انسانی تجربات اور شعور کی دین ہیں. بنی انسان کو اندھیروں سے روشنی تک کے اس سفر میں قدامت پسند خیالات کا مقابلہ اور کئی ادوار کا فاصلہ طے کرنا پڑا ہے. پنجگور بھی اپنے سماج کی تعمیر میں …

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Primary schools need proper planning in Balochistan

By: Mannan Samad It is very embarrassing to ponder about the bright future of Balochistan as the conditions of primary schools in the province is highly deplorable in spite of being the most resource-rich province of the country. Lamentably, there is no any total environment for learning that optimises the …

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“The more you get hurt, the more you scream”

An Interview with Balochistan’s former Chief Minister Sardar Attaullah Mengal. Shah Meer Baloch Balochistan’s first chief minister, Sardar Attaullah Mengal, is said to be the fourth pillar of Baloch nationalism, and the only one alive today. The other pillars were Mir Ghaus Baksh Bizenjo, Nawab Khair Baksh Marri and Nawab …

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In Balochistan, Hindus Under Threat in the Face of State Indifference

Targeted killings, robberies aim to weaken the community’s business influence. Veengas Karachi (Pakistan): Minorities face threats and have been under attack in Balochistan, the southwestern province of Pakistan. The province is struggling with an insurgency and Christians, Shias, Hazaras and Hindus are unsafe. Recently, reports claimed that Christian and Hazara …

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Beleaguered Nawaz Sharif Rattles Pakistan Army’s Cage

With a not-so-subtle jab, the former prime minister has virtually indicted the country’s powerful army for a disastrous national security policy that has turned Pakistan into an international pariah. Mohammad Taqi The three-time former prime minister of Pakistan Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif took a not-so-subtle jab at the Pakistan army’s …

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Why Iran and Israel Are Clashing in Syria

By Sewell Chan May 10, 2018 A simmering conflict between Israel and Iran escalated overnight when Israeli jets struck dozens of Iranian targets in neighboring Syria. The strikes came after what the Israeli military described as an Iranian rocket attack against its forces in the Golan Heights. The Israelis said …

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Are we ignoring the political dynamics in Balochistan?

Last month, Balochistan saw a strange bit of political theatre whose echoes reverberated in the corridors of power in Islamabad and Lahore. For a province neglected by the mainstream media and a people numbed by more than a decade of ethnic and sectarian violence, it presented a tragicomic distraction. The …

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CPEC: “Iron Brothers,” Unequal Partners

Publication: China Brief Volume: 18 Issue: 1 By: Sudha Ramachandran Serious differences have come to the fore between China and Pakistan over the $60-billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). At a Joint Working Group (JWG) meeting at Islamabad in November 2017, China announced its decision to suspend funding for at least three …

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What does the next phase of CPEC look like?

Almost all provincial, regional govts have submitted feasibility studies, except Balochistan. WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM THE JCC? By: Khaleeq Kiani The two-day Joint Cooperation Committee (JCC) meeting of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) sets the stage for the second phase of the multibillion-dollar cooperation between the two nations. It …

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Why Saudi Arabia and Iran are bitter rivals

Saudi Arabia and Iran are at loggerheads. They have long been rivals, but it’s all recently got a lot more tense. Here’s why. How come Saudi Arabia and Iran don’t get along? Saudi Arabia and Iran – two powerful neighbours – are locked in a fierce struggle for regional dominance. …

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