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Balochistan portion of The Baloch News focuses on the Baloch personalities who have contributed greatly in Balochi and Brahvi languages or they have worked for the betterment of Baloch and Balochistan in political, literary and social platforms. It also includes the Balochi folk stories that have much popularity in Baloch nation and the Baloch ancestors used to tell those stories to the young generation so that the centuries old stories remain alive in the hearts of Baloch nation.

Faiz Mohammad Baloch, the Woody Guthrie of the desert. Born in Iranian Balochistan in 1900, he migrated to Indian Baluchistan as a young boy. Karachi’s bazaars and workshops drew his father to Lyari where Faiz, like hundreds of thousands other...
Fazal Baloch One of the finest contemporary Balochi poets, Munir Momin is widely revered for his sublime art of poetry. Meticulously crafted images, fresh metaphors, linguistic finesse and his profound aesthetic sense earned him a distinguished place in Balochi literature. His...
Hani Baloch, a young and talent Baloch girl from Karachi, has been interviewed and filmed by Russian film makers. She was interviewed for her Lyari school as she has been actively working for the promotion of education. During her interview,...
Brahvi is one of the oldest languages of the Indian Sub-continent and Brahvi speaking people are found in Balochistan, Sindh, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Iran. There are many theories about the origin of Brahvi language. Some people claim that brahvi...
It takes lots of courage for anyone to stand firm to free himself from the out dated norms and morals of an ordinary society and if a society possess Islamic roots and traditions it becomes even harder. It is...
It’s the first-ever comprehensive profile of prominent Baloch leader, Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti, written by Sajid Hussain. Despite his scandalous politics, Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti is the most talked-about person in Baloch society. With his twirling moustache, keenly trimmed beard,...
The education system in Balochistan is moving downwards instead of improvement and like other parts of Balochistan, Sabhab area of district Panjgoor has the worst system of education. Sabhab is a town, located 4km far from Panjgoor city with a population...
Fazal Baloch Born in Shikarpur, Sindh in 1938, Akbar Barakzai ranks amongst the stalwarts of modern Balochi literature. Akbar Barakzai’s poetry mainly traverses along two somewhat unparalleled lines. Themes like love and intimacy, pleasure of union and agony of separation are...
Gulsher Daad Historical palaces and antique pieces are admired and studied due to their intricacy nature. However, it has been a herculean task for the people in Pakistan to prevent the destruction of the historical heritage which face a serious...
Sherbaz Mazari had been refusing offers for interviews from television channels and top journalists. But when I and my friend, Hakeem Baloch, left him a message that we were two young Baloch and wanted to understand our recent political...

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