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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.

Balochistan, the richest province of Pakistan, shockingly, is facing the days of having witnessed the worst standard of living in the twenty-first century. In an era, where electricity, gas, health, education etc are deemed the basic requirements of a simple...
The Rich Baloch Culture Baloch culture is rich, varied and deep-rooted. There are certain characteristics which have become the hallmark and the distinguishing traits of the Baloch. Some of these characteristics are: bravery, fearlessness, honesty, loyalty, friendship, righteousness, sincerity, integrity...
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...
Shazia Akhter Baloch, who serves as a human right activist and teacher by profession, hails from Turbat. She received her master’s degree in “Gender Development Studies” from Balochistan University, Quetta. She is also the Cultural Ambassador for the United...
Sidrah Baloch  11 Things You Didn’t Know About This Sanctuary In Balochistan Contrary to popular belief, Balochistan is not a deserted area. It is so much more. From lofty mountain ranges and salt mines to lakes and waterfalls – the province is...
Study of human history can enlighten us about many beings whose inspirational thoughts have mesmerized many people, paved the way for their success, and then taken them out from the loneliness and given them real sense of life. A name...
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...
Bejjari is a great tradition in Baloch society coming from generation to generation, which means support. Before starting of a Balochi wedding the parents of the boy go for Bejjari to their close relatives. The kith and Kin of groom’s...
Concealed within the desolate, rocky, landscape of the Makran coastline of Southern Balochistan, Pakistan, is an architectural gem that has gone unnoticed and unexplored for centuries. The Balochistan Sphinx, as it is popularly called, came into the public eye...
Janzaat mountain is one of the biggest mountains in Makran region which has a great structure for the tourists. The janzaat mountain is located in Karki village of district Kech. It is 50 kilometers far from Karki village. According...

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