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Historical relations of India and Balochistan: A Shared Cultural Map/Written by Navina Jafa in English daily Indian Express

Rate This Much more than politics and security links Balochistan and India The geopolitics around the Indian Ocean has placed Gwadar and Chabahar at the centrestage of an engaging chess game of power. The two ports also have the potential to become part of Indian soft-power diplomacy. The cultural ecology of Gwadar and Chabahar, defined… Keep Reading

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Pakistan in clutches of Chinese modern slavery :In CPEC talks, Chinese drive a hard bargain with Pakistan/ByKhaleeq Kiani

Updated December 13, 2017     58 ISLAMABAD: Pakistan appea­red to have been pushed hard by the Chinese side to give in more than it secured in return during the recently held 7th joint cooperation committee (JCC) meeting of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Upgrading the main line rail link from Karachi to Peshawar is the single largest project… Keep Reading

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Two injured in Kohlu explosion

QUETTA: At least two men were wounded in a landmine explosion early Monday morning in the Kohlu district of Balochistan. According to the Balochistan Levies, the blast occurred in the Bareli area of Mawand Tehsil injuring Muhammad Naseem and Zakariya Mari. Meanwhile, Azad Baloch, the official spokesperson of the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) informed media… Keep Reading

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From bloody to terror-free Karachi ? By Mazhar Abbas

Listen London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who recently visited Pakistan, also visited Pakistan’s mega city Karachi and made very significant remarks, if we really understand. While referring to Karachi and its growing population, he said, “Planning not growing population is a problem. It’s a positive sign if city expands and people are coming,” he said, adding… Keep Reading

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Balochistan: house demolished, four civilians abducted by military

 0  0  0  0  by hakkpaan ,  December 11, 2017 As per reports from Gedo area of Gichk district Panjgur, on 02 December 2017, one house was completely destroyed by Pakistani military bombardment. As per local sources, a large number of military personnel still present in  Gichk and the area is still under military control. The destroyed house… Keep Reading

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International Day of Human Rights in Karachi, Sindh: ‘Enforced disappearances are a threat to democratic order’

Even though a democratic order exists in the country and the courts, parliament and other state institutions are functional, the draconian and extrajudicial practice of enforced disappearances still prevails in Pakistan. This was stated by Nasir Mansoor, deputy secretary general of the National Trade Union Federation (NTUF), at a protest rally held in the city… Keep Reading

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