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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.

Stories are perhaps the most valued heritage of any literature in the world. It’s the folk tales, lore and poems that tell us about the early histories of nation across the globe. The Baloch, too, come to know about...
Balochistan...! The land of mountains, deserts and love is widely known for its political worsening situations, terrorist attacks, rich mineral resources (Copper, Gold, Oil, Gas) and the CPEC that connects Gwadar to Kashgar. But the immense and historical traditions...
Despite being part of tribal society, women of Balochistan have been expressing themselves through the medium of folk and wedding songs, said speakers at a one-day seminar on “Women and Literature in Balochistan." “Wedding songs and folk lores are a...
In November last year, a Swedish woman stood in front of a dominantly Swedish audience in Stockholm urging them to vote in favour of a presentation about a ‘dying language’ they had probably never heard of. She is Carina Jahani,...
AK Baloch One of the most prominent and integral part of Baloch cultural heritage is the Balochi Women dress which for years has been the center of attraction due to its uniqueness and beauty. The basic elements in Balochi Doch...
In the western part of Balochistan in Kohistan there is no any Baloch who is not aware about the story of Tawkali mast and Sammo. Tawkali who fall in love with Sammo  belongs to the marri tribe. He was born...
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...
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...
Jan Muhammad The poet-politician gave a new meanings and form to Balochi poetry. The concept of freedom and sovereignty were beautifully portrayed. He opposes Balochistan losing its independence. The degrading poverty His poetry is the greatest manifestation and the most profound expression...
It is estimated that Balochi speakers are more than 20 million and most of them reside in Pakistani Balochistan, Iranian Balochistan, Afghanistan and other parts of the Asia and Europe. They have got different dialects of Balochi speaking living...

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