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Shezad Baloch The lack of women journalists in the newsrooms of conservative Pakistan is depriving more than half the country of representation and a voice in the media. In larger metropolitan areas, you will come across a few women journalists,...
Last week, Punjab University announced a major decision that went almost unnoticed due to the election fervour. The university administration reduced the quota allocated to Baloch students from 100 seats to 53, a reduction of almost 50 percent. Moreover,...
Shezad Baloch The worst-ever results in the history of Balochistan’s intermediate and secondary board exams throw the spotlight on major flaws in the provincial education system and underscore the poor quality of education in the province in general. A mere...
The Alchemist is one of the most motivational and inspirational books by Paulo Coelho, published in 1988. It has been translated in eighty languages, with over 150 million copies sold and it is one of the most read books...
Balochi embroidery is one of the oldest in the history. Balochi female dresses are very famous because of their unique embroidery patterns adopted from the very native land. One of the most popular arts and crafts of the world is...
Balochistan’s insurgency movement is surviving and nurturing with the tacit and unintended soft support. The insurgents are fueling their movements with the covert soft and hard support extracted from the inhabitants of insurgency-hit surrounding...
Pakistan has been confronting manifold hurdles of child labour for long. In the country, the children are engaged in various forms of child labour as the constitution and Labor Laws prohibit the employment of children before the age of...
Balochi is spoken in south-western Pakistan, south-eastern Iran, southern Afghanistan, the Gulf States and Turkmenistan. There are also communities of Baloch in East Africa and India, as well as in several countries of the West, e.g. UK and the...
Sabah Rind is the fourth generation descendant of a Baluch Afghan cameleer who came to Australia in the late 19th century and married an Aboriginal woman. Sabah Rind is a descendant of a Baluch Afghan cameleer and a Badimaya-Yamatji Aboriginal...
BALOCHISTAN’S political history shows that nationalists have traditionally been against each other — except in the 1970s when the National Awami Party was making strides. The Baloch — politically speaking — can be divided into three categories: those who work...

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